Judy Woods

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Judy Woods is approximately 40 Ha, the third largest woodland within Bradford District but with adjoining trees in Calderdale. The whole area reflects the history of the Industrial Revolution. In the woodland, there are a number of bell pits. They are shallow workings that have been dug outwards and are circular in shape, these pits were used to provide coal. All that can be seen now are the remains of depressions left after the roofs have caved in.

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Bus no. 226 from Halifax will drop you off on Station Road. Bus no. 363 from Bradford and Bus nos. 226 & 227 from Halifax will drop you off on Huddersfield Road (A641).

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Never closes

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Free

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Address: Friends of Judy Woods, c/o Wyke Library, Huddersfield Road, Wyke, Bradford, BD12 8HS, UK
Email: sal@royds.org.uk

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