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Discover Cleckheaton

Found in the heart of the Spen Valley, Cleckheaton is a town in the metropolitan borough of Kirklees in West Yorkshire. Well known for its rich industrial history, it’s a town that still boasts much of its Victorian architecture, but with all the modern amenities needed for life today.

From a range of shops, restaurants, pubs and great connections through to the major towns and cities of West Yorkshire, it’s easy to find everything you could possibly need in the town itself or in the places nearby. But it’s not just the cities and towns of West Yorkshire on Cleckheaton’s doorstep, there’s also easy access through to the stunning Yorkshire countryside too. With its great location, bustling town centre and friendly community, it’s the ideal town to call home. 


Arts & Culture
Transport
Food & drink
Shopping
Education

Arts & Culture

There’s no denying that the people of Yorkshire are proud of their history and heritage, and Cleckheaton is no exception! For 34 years, the town has hosted the ‘Cleckheaton Folk Festival’ which celebrates Yorkshire’s rich heritage of folk music and folk dance. The event features a variety of performers, workshops as well as street entertainment and markets.

Transport

Cleckheaton features a bus station in its town centre, with regular services running through to Bradford Interchange. Although the town has two disused railway stations - Cleckheaton Central and Cleckheaton Spen - the nearest railway stations are only short car journeys away, and can be found in Brighouse and Oakenshaw. Cleckheaton is also located within easy distance of major road networks, meaning it couldn’t be simpler getting from point A to B. The Chain Bar roundabout is just minutes away by car, and links up with the M62. A short journey down the M62 will see you in cities such as Wakefield, whilst junction 27 will take you onto the M621 to Leeds. The M606 runs straight through to Bradford, whilst the A58 road runs through to Halifax, meaning the major towns and cities nearby couldn’t be simpler to get to.

Food & drink

There’s plenty of places to choose from when it comes to eating and drinking in Cleckheaton, with a variety of cafes, takeaways and restaurants to choose from. Established in 1983 and still going strong, Aldo’s Pizzeria serves up fresh, authentic Italian food. You’ll find all the classics on their menu, as well as their own signature dishes which have become firm favourites with the locals. They also have their very own prosecco bar too! Wok Ever Palace brings a contemporary feel to Chinese dining. They offer a variety of dishes, and it’s the place the locals choose when it’s Chinese cuisine they’re after. 


Shopping

There’s a variety of shops and restaurants in Cleckheaton, as well as a popular and bustling indoor market. There’s stalls selling fresh fruit and vegetables, a delicatessen and cafe, fashion shops, places selling pet supplies as well as many others. Cleckheaton also hosts a food market, which is held on the first Saturday of each month, making it the perfect time and place to pick up the essentials and have everything you need for a well stocked kitchen.


Education

When it comes to schools, Cleckheaton is home to a number of primary schools, which have all received high praise from Ofsted inspectors. There’s Howard Park Community School, Scholes Village Primary School, Whitechapel Church of England Primary School, Gomersal Primary School and Gomersal St Mary’s CE(C) Primary School. All have received good judgements by Ofsted in recent years. The local secondary school serving the area is Whitcliffe Mount School, which recently converted to academy status in 2022.

What's on the doorstep of Cleckheaton?

Cleckheaton’s location nestled in the centre of the Spen Valley and within easy distances from the major towns and cities in West Yorkshire means you’ll never be far from a wide variety of things to see and do. Just a short journey from Cleckheaton is the town of Halifax, which is home to the Piece Hall. An incredibly unique venue (and building for that matter!), it’s not just a place for shopping and grabbing a bite to eat. 

Here you can experience performances from different artists and bands, and there’s always workshops and a whole host of exciting events taking place. The city of Bradford, also just a short journey from Cleckheaton, is where you’ll find the Victorian model village of Saltaire. Free to enter, the mill is well worth a visit and is just one of the highlights of the village. It features a number of shops inside selling high quality books, artist supplies and homeware, as well as an antiques centre and restaurant.