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A little flatter than the normal Yorkshire landscape, the countryside around the villages of Denby Dale, Kirkburton, Shelly, Shepley and Emley is ideal for exploring by bicycle or on foot; and you'll find a range of attractive restaurants and cafes to fuel your exploration. Search for Accommodation around Denby Dale. Search for attractions in Denby Dale.
Welcome to Denby Dale The Denby Dale viaduct is a feat of engineering...
Country House Wonderful country house in the heary of Pennine Yorkshire
Take a break from exploring and enjoy a relaxing trip on the Kirklees Light Railway in Clayton West which offers stunning views of the Dearne Valley, Emley Moor TV mast and Blacker Wood. It has the longest tunnel of a narrow gauge railway in Britain and hosts a range of events for all the family.
Explore a range of unusual gifts and plants at Armitages Pennine Garden Centre in Shelley, then rest your feet in the onsite Café 1842 which offers delicious locally sourced produce and stunning views across the valley. The outlet Springfield Mills has a range of independent shops selling anything from clothing to jewellery and toys to rugs. For an evening treat, wine and dine by the log fire at Thunderbridge's popular Woodman Inn, or the 3Acres at Shelley.
The pretty town was named ‘Pie Village' after the huge pies made to celebrate special events. The tradition began with the baking of a pie to celebrate the recovery of George III from illness. Latterly, a 12-tonne pie was created to celebrate the Millennium. You'll know you're in the right place when you spot the striking stone-built viaduct which spans the Dearne Valley.
Pies on an industrial scale! Around 30,000 got involved with the Millennium Pie...with just the 100kg of John Smith's Best Bitter!
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