From 28 October 2012, the bus service 546 Halifax-Warley will operate via Hopwood Lane rather than Parkinson Lane. It will take the anti-clockwise route through Warley as it did prior to the change in 2010. The service will be operated by Centrebus.
There is now a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) on the woodland site at Blackwall Lane.
This is as a result of local community action initiated by former councillor Keith Hutson and the Warley Community Association and presentations to Calderdale Council by local resident Steve Tomlinson and Councillor David Draycott.
It is now illegal for any cutting or pruning of the trees in this area and if it were to occur then this should be reported to the police as it is a criminal offence.
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.
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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.