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Oxenhope Trail

 
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Marsh Methodist Chapel

Chapel and former Sunday School

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Haworth Free School

Seventeenth century school for educating potential clergymen

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Bents House

The home of the Railway Children in the 1970 film

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Hawksbridge Baptist Chapel

Baptist Sunday School and chapel with striking differences in architectural style

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Brooks Meeting Mill

One of the few mills in the area still in industrial use

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Old Parsonage

The original vicarage built for Joseph Brett Grant, Patrick Brontë’s former curate

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Millennium Way

Long distance footpath connecting Bradford’s beauty spots

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St Mary the Virgin Parish Church

Norman style church that is only just over 160 years old.

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Bay Horse and the Straw Race

Second stopping point on the annual Oxenhope Straw race.

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Upper Town

Mill workers' houses and agricultural cottages from different eras sitting side by side.

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Oxenhope Methodist Church

Chapel built in 1970

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Millennium Green

Wildlife haven in the middle of the village

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Oxenhope Railway Station

Heritage railway station at the top of the Keighley and Worth Valley Line

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