Get Away From It All In Bloomin’ Warley!

Get back to nature and refresh the senses…

Warley Open Gardens is a day of beautiful and inspiring gardens, meandering walks, and refreshments of homemade cakes and drinks to be enjoyed with some spectacular views across Warley village and beyond.

Expect to see grand houses, quaint cottages, cobblestone streets, and pastoral scenes of fields and meadows with grazing horses, cattle, sheep, pigs and hens. All in a traditional village in the Calder Valley and only minutes from the hustle and bustle of Halifax.

Warley Village really is a hidden gem…on your doorstep!

Sunday 1st July 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Entrance is only £4 (under 14’s go free!) for admission to all the gardens. Pay on the day at any of the gardens.

Parking is available in the village car park or the Vandals Rugby Club car park or roadside on Stock Lane or Newlands Road.

(Sat Nav: HX2 7RU)

Warley Community Association Blog

This is the blog of Warley Community Association.

Here you will find a visual diary of the events of Warley Town;  a fine village in the Calder Valley, in the district of Calderdale, in the county of West Yorkshire.

We welcome input and feedback from residents and visitors ~ either in comments at this blog or email via the WCA website.

Visit the official WCA website here for Warley news, history and general information.

photo credit: Steven Gee

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Warley is a historic village and this photograph from the early 1900’s shows landmarks on the Stock Lane road through the village with the Congregational Church in the background then the central lantern and water fountain that marks the village centre and The Institute clubhouse in the foreground. This area of the village remains relatively unchanged.