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    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 11th, 2018
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    As you can see in the picture this is what a bell pit would look like. Bell pits were excavated way back in the 15th hundreds and continued to be excavated up to early 19 hundreds. Back then anyone could dig for coal many people dug coal out of the ground just to heat their […]...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Feb 4th, 2018
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    If you live on any of the street names on this photo You still have time to object to the none sustainable proposed development on Balderstone hall field Land off, Woodward Court, Mirfield drainage, road safety, and access to the retaining walls to the rear of Hepworth close Email Matthew Woodward @ ...
    By pmadmin
    In Bellway Homes
    Nov 25th, 2017
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    The use of consultants will rip and tear the heart out of Mirfield can we really believe what they tell us !!! application to develop Balderstone Hall field The extra 61 homes would create a number of serious issues for nearby residents including pluvial, surface water flood, of many nearby existing ...
    By pmadmin
    In Local to Mirfield
    Jul 10th, 2017
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    Mirfield Arts Festival 2017 On the 14th/15th/16th July, Mirfield will be hosting their second Mirfield Arts Festival in the centre of Mirfield. We have 2 events on the 14th July and 15th July in the evening. On the 14th July, we have a Cinema Night On the 15th July, we have a Cabaret Night There’s [&...
    By pmadmin
    In Local to Mirfield
    May 19th, 2017
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    Castle Hill is a scheduled ancient monument in Almondbury overlooking Huddersfield in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England. The hilltop has been settled for at least 4,000 years. The scheduled monument comprises the remains of a late-Bronze Age or early Iron Age univallate hi...
    By pmadmin
    In Local to Mirfield
    May 17th, 2017
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    By pmadmin
    In Local to Mirfield
    Apr 14th, 2017
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    A word of warning!!! Dangerous open mine shafts Mirifled Please be extra careful when walking the fields of Crossley/ Northorpe Mirfield after abnormal weather conditions this generally weakens the hidden shafts at the surface and it is possible to step on one? To view full Mine Shafts, and working 2...
    By pmadmin
    In Flooding in Mirfield
    Mar 5th, 2017
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    Will Sustainable urban drainage systems “S-U-D-S” triggers sinkholes? What evidence do I have? to prove this fact? You all know that storms in the UK/ and around the world have increased in size/ and are more prolonged depositing vast amounts of water when it rains/ storm cloud burst can ...
    By pmadmin
    In Local to Mirfield
    Feb 18th, 2017
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    70 Survey photos from all angles of the medieval tower at St’, May’s church Mirfield I was asked to do a survey by a nice chap called Rob who is part of the friends of St; Mary’s church of the medieval tower to help their ongoing project to renovate the tower these photos will help ...
    By pmadmin
    In Flooding in Mirfield
    Feb 12th, 2017
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    The starting point headwall for Finching Dyke starts at Portal Crescent cuts across Mirfield botts before entering Spen river crossing under the old railway in-embankment next to ponderosa. The water courses “Dyke” runs over land for 1.7KM....