Located in the heart of the beautiful Holme Valley, Holmfirth is a small town that sits just north of the Peak District in West Yorkshire.

The town is better known as the location for the popular BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine, with thousands of fans making the journey every year to visit such locations as Sid's Cafe and Nora Batty's Steps.

Whilst Last of the Summer Wine is a major visitor attraction, it certainly isn't the only reason people visit Holmfirth year in and year out. With it's breathtaking scenery across the Holme Valley, Holmfirth is also popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts alike, and if that isn't enough there are some wonderful attractions to be seen in the town itself.

Holmfirth is also home to a wide range of eating places, including restaurants, wine bars, pubs take-aways that cater for a wide variety of tastes. Holmfirth is one of the most popular and much loved destinations in West Yorkshire, with visitors flocking to the sleepy town all year round.

The Picturedrome is a popular venue for live music with lots of famous bands making appearances.

The Library Walking Room is a room dedicated to local walks and is well worth a visit.

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Wooldale Village

Wooldale has all the amenities you could wish for close by. 

Our local Co-op is only a few steps away at the top of Pell Lane and stocks all the essentials along with freshly baked bread in the mornings and a cashpoint machine. It is open every day from 7.30am until 9pm. Behind the Co-op there is a public footpath through fields which can take you to Holmfirth centre.

The Wooldale Arms Pub is a few steps further along Wooldale Road. It is a friendly local pub that shows live sports and has occasional live music and pub quiz. Unfortunately it doesn't do food but there are loads of restaurants in the area. 

Right next to the pub is the park and kids playground. It belongs to the community who look after the pond which provides a home to various ducks and frogs etc. There are permanent picnic tables provided, a great place to sit and enjoy the view with a pint from the pub. In the summer there is a Party in the Park with hog roast and live music and entertainment.