Welcome to Brighouse Online...
We aim to give you an up-to-date guide about Brighouse. It includes Travel information, hotel reviews, pubs, school information, maps and even local weather for the area. All our authors live with close range of the town and have local knowledge of the area. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Brighouse is situated just off the M62 on junction 25. The town is extremely well placed with links to other large towns such as Halifax and Huddersfield. Manchester and Leeds are just 30 minutes and 15 minutes away respectively. The town has developed well and last year it was announced that house prices raised more than any other place in the country.
The town center is home to over 170 business with many high street shops including, Boots, Superdrug and Wilkinsons. It also includes several traditional shops selling anything from special cheeses to pet supplies.
Parking is easy with many parking places available everyday, so if you are in the area why not visit for an afternoon out?
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Brighouse in the News
Local News from the local newspaper, the Brighouse Echo.
An action-packed week of music, theatre and the arts has begun following the opening of the 2014 Brighouse Festival.
Head Lines with Jonny Mitchell: Say ‘nae way’ to losing our Scotland!
Thornhill Community Academy’s straight-talking headteacher Jonny Mitchell showed the world what life in the classroom is really like in the award-winning TV documentary series Educating Yorkshire.
Security firm delighted with Brighouse base
No Entry Security Limited is thrilled to announce it has relocated its business premises from Leeds to Victoria Works, Calder Street, Brighouse.
Police’s cost-cutting expert has contract ended after six months
A consultancy contract given by West Yorkshire Police to a former colleague of suspended chief constable Mark Gilmore as part of its controversial cost-cutting scheme has been ended after just six months.
Librarian Ben has a story to tell to Westminster
Ben Lawrence has been sharing the joy of stories, songs and rhymes as Calderdale Council’s Early Years Librarian and Bookstart Co-ordinator to Westminster