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Your Visit

Holmfirth has some narrow streets, steps and cobbles in places and it can be difficult for people with limited mobility to get around. If you have any particular needs and you think we can help please email and we will do our best to make suitable arrangements for you.


Holmfirth’s Tourist Information Centre can provide full information on a range of accommodation options in the local area, from bed and breakfasts to self catering and camping. Call Holmfirth Library and Tourist Information Centre on 01484 414868, or visit the Holmfirth tourist information centre here

Venues and Accessibility

Barnaby’s Nursery

Mearhouse Farm, Sheffield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 7HA
Not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.

Choppards Mission

Choppards Bank Road, Holmfirth, HD9 2DA
There are several steps up to the door, with a handrail.

Holy Trinity Church (Hepworth)

Dean Bridge Lane, Hepworth, HD9 1TR
Fully accessible.

Holy Trinity Church (Holmfirth)

Towngate, Holmfirth, HD9 1HA
There are two steps from the pavement into the church courtyard. A ramp is provided to provide wheelchair access to the church – stewards will assist you.


Market Walk, Holmfirth, HD9 7DA
Fully accessible.

Tap House

3a Victoria Square, Holmfirth, HD9 2DN
Stairs to upstairs workshop space (no lift)

Up Country (upstairs)

58 Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 3AZ
Stairs to upstairs area.

Victoria Park

Off Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth (behind Library and Tourist Information Centre)
Fully accessible but steep climb either through park or up Cooper Lane

Links to other local events

Holmfirth Festival of Folk (11th-13th May 2018) – takes place in the local pubs and on the streets of Holmfirth, most events are free but collections will be taken. The only paid events are the concerts in the Old Bridge function room and the Ceilidh. The line-up will include old festival favourites and lots of new or local talent. 

Holmfirth Film Festival – presents an exciting programme of this year’s films from both here and abroad, award winning movies, the great films from last year that escaped attention, the lost gems of British cinema and those that we simply believe you have got to see. Events take place in quirky venues throughout the area, including major talks on film.

Holmfirth Artweek (1st – 7th July 2018) is a local event with a national reputation. The majority of the exhibitors are from this area but large numbers of visitors come from all over the country to view and to buy.  Holmfirth Artweek is a fundraising event, with all proceeds being donated to Macmillan Cancer Support.

For more information on Holmfirth and its many festivals and events, visit the Holmfirth Events site.