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  • Staincliffe expanded in the 19th century with the growth of the heavy woollen industry.
  • NHS restructuring and the building of a new hospital on the Staincliffe site mean rapid fundraising was needed to build a new studio complex.
  • Created by Cath Staincliffe, who also wrote several episodes, it centres on a single mother of four trying to balance a demanding career with raising her young family.
  • Foxson's mill was on the Halifax road out of Staincliffe.
  • Today Staincliffe has many 19th-century houses, but also contains a couple of council housing estates built during the 1950s, as well as a mix of small shops along Halifax Road.
  • It should not be confused with the hamlet Staincliffe.
  • Staincliffe, also known as Staincliff, was a wapentake of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
  • As the settlement expanded, with the growth of textiles, there was a necessity for its own railway station (Staincliffe and Batley Carr railway station).
  • The Wapentakes of Staincliffe and Ewcross cover Craven but also areas beyond such as Sedburgh to the North.
  • Linton was historically a parish in Staincliffe Wapentake in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
  • Ewcross was split from the Staincliffe and Ewcross wapentake in the nineteenth century.
  • In civic use the name Craven or Cravenshire had given way to that of Staincliffe before 1166 yet the Archdeaconry remained Craven throughout.
  • Regular records requests began in the late 1950s and the station later moved to Batley General Hospital, taking up residence in the attic and also broadcasting to Dewsbury General, Staincliffe Hospital and five care homes.
  • It should not be confused with the Staincliffe (wapentake).
  • Conistone was historically in the large ancient parish of Burnsall, in Staincliffe Wapentake in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
  • The parish was in Staincliffe Wapentake and in the West Riding of Yorkshire until 1974, when it was transferred to North Yorkshire.
  • Staincliffe is part of the West Yorkshire Urban Area 2.4 km north of Dewsbury which is in the Calder valley.
  • Barnoldswick was an ancient parish in Staincliffe Wapentake in the West Riding of Yorkshire (although Blackburnshire in Lancashire sometimes claimed the area).
  • Historically part of the Staincliffe Wapentake of the West Riding of Yorkshire, the village lies 7 miles north-west of Skipton along the A65.
  • Until the 19th century, the hamlet of Staincliffe consisted of Staincliffe Hall (dating from at least the 17th century) a few farms and some 18th century cottages, many of which survive amongst the later developments.
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