Heavy Woollen

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Pub and Club Guides

Whatpub is an interactive national pub guide including all pubs and some clubs in the Heavy Woollen area.
See below for the local summary of all current real ale outlets

  • Batley
    • Cellar Bar 51 Station Road Batley WF17 5SU Telephone(01924) 444178

      This atmospheric bar in the basement of a Grade II-listed building has an exquisite ornate carved stone exterior in a historic area which has been used as a film set. It has a mixture of comfortable seating and a fine ambience. There is regular live music and charity fundraising events. The upstairs function room seats up to 40. It is the easternmost pub on the Transpennine Rail Ale Trail.

    • Crafty Tipple 678 Bradford Road Batley WF17 8ND Telephone(01924) 359938

      Inside the thriving Jemspeed motorcycle dealership, closer to Birstall than Batley, downstairs is a popular diner and a fascinating street scene with quirky shops, a hairdresser, tattoo artist and the Crafty Tipple. There are two craft keg fonts plus a good selection of quality canned and bottled beers and a few ciders. Comfy seating, pool table. Food is available from the diner in the same building.

    • Irish Democratic League Club Churchfield Street Batley WF17 5DL Telephone(01924) 475960

      Friendly, spacious club with many activities. Irish character, welcome to all. Large concert room, games/snooker room and lounge areas. Black Sheep Bitter at a low price. Interesting guest beers via Clark's.

    • Rose Of York 466 Bradford Road Batley WF17 5LW

      Enter up the steps, revealing two large drinking areas - one by the bar and another with pool table. Outside drinking area through the patio doors. Recently redecorated and refurbished. Parking on nearby streets or across the road at Tesco. Beer garden and wheelchair access through the archway. Close to bus station. Rugby photos and memorabilia expected soon as Neil, the new manager, is a former professional player for teams including Castleford and Sheffield Eagles. Real ale might not be available.

    • Taproom 4 Commercial Street Batley WF17 5HH Telephone(01924) 473223

      The Wilton Arms reopened in May 2012 as The Taproom, featuring real ales, fine wine and live music where quality rules over volume. Local musicians entertain in the left bar Thursday-Saturday nights or you can relax on comfy sofas in the right hand room. Barstow's Snug function room celebrates local characters. Wednesday quiz. Four guest beers come mainly from Yorkshire and usually include a dark mild or a stout. 20p / pint discount for CAMRA members.

    • Union Rooms 4 Hick Lane Batley WF17 5HW Telephone(01924) 448990

      Tall windows and ceiling in the main room, deep sofas in the small lounge, area at the rear leading to a small patio in Wetherspoon conversion of a grand old Union Bank/Barclays Bank building. Guest beers usually include local independents. No alcohol before 9am.

  • Batley Carr
    • Woodman Inn 6 Hartley Street Batley Carr WF13 2BJ Telephone(01924) 463825

      Featuring a memorial stone marked 1680, this is thought to be the town's oldest pub. Formerly owned by Edward Roberts & Son of Farnley Tyas and then Bentley's Yorkshire Breweries, it was a free house from 1984 for 20 years, then bought by Punch. Rear bar has many sporting team pictures and memorabilia while the L-shaped lounge featuring open fires provides a cosy atmosphere.

  • Battyeford
    • Pear Tree 259 Huddersfield Road Battyeford WF14 9DL Telephone(01924) 491360

      A popular, warm and inviting pub boasting an excellent riverside beer garden with free overnight boat moorings. Winner of the CAMRA Pub of the Season in 2010, 2016 & 2018, it is situated on the main A644 road, a mile from Mirfield town centre and railway station. The relaxed and cosy atmosphere combined with its home-cooked food served lunchtimes and evenings is appealing to locals and visitors alike, featuring four Real Ales. Thursday is quiz night from 9pm and on Sunday evenings an acoustic jam session is held.

  • Birkenshaw
    • Birkenshaw Liberal Club 10 Croft Street Birkenshaw BD11 2HT Telephone(01274) 681330

      A friendly private members' club serving the local community. Upstairs snooker room, downstairs concert lounge, bar lounge and conservatory, all comfortable and tasteful. Guests may be signed in my a member. CIU affiliated. Access via unadopted road. Occasional guest beer, mainly sourced from Clark's. Popular quiz on Tuesdays, 7 rugby teams catering for all ages.

    • George IV 770 Bradford Road Birkenshaw BD11 2AH Telephone(01274) 684383

      Busy free house appealing to all ages. Comfortable, pleasant lounge, popular games/tap room. Bar snacks available 3-7 Sun-Thur, Sunday lunch 12-3. Up to three guest beers from near and far, mainly from small local breweries, best choice from Thursday evening. Some are requested by the regulars. One Cider on most of the time. Usually Lilley's., sometimes Weston's. Piano played Thursday lunchtimes.

    • Golden Fleece 23 Whitehall Road East, Birkenshaw BD11 2EQ Telephone(01274) 686354

      Spacious former club, regaining its original name. Major refurbishment completed 2015 as a gastropub with up to five ales available. Comfortable seating, stone fireplaces and homely decor. Guest beers come mainly from Yorkshire breweries including some rarely seen in the district. Tuesday quiz, open mic occasional Thursdays, tap takeovers. Annual August beer festival.

    • Halfway House 1 Whitehall Road East Birkenshaw BD11 2EQ Telephone(01274) 680614

      Busy crossroads traditional ex-Tetley local pub with homely lounge. Tuesday pool and poker, karaoke Friday/Saturday nights. Two guests beers are usually from Yorkshire breweries. Bar snacks, curry night Thursday 5-8.

    • Heathfield Farm Whitehall 26 Business Park, Heathfield Lane Birkenshaw BD11 2HW Telephone(01274) 449974

      A "Farmhouse Inn" opened 19th September 2016, specialising in family dining, with carvery, cakes and ice cream. Very popular, with queues at peak times, such that customers are generally greeted to be seated, however drinkers should feel comfortable outside of peak dining times. Good facilities for children including indoor play area. Carvery until 9pm daily. Thursday quiz night, Friday live entertainment usually consists of tribute acts.

  • Birstall
    • Black Bull 5 Kirkgate Birstall WF17 9HE Telephone(01274) 973203

      An important part of the local community since the 17th century, with a well-preserved courtroom upstairs which held its last trial in 1839 and is now used for functions, this grade 2 listed pub has several cosy areas including a separate snug. Extensive, tasteful refurbishment has provided a welcoming, cosy atmosphere. Guest beers from various breweries change frequently, also usually at least one real cider on handpull. Motown on 1st friday of alternate months. No food at present.

    • Greyhound 100 Huddersfield Road Birstall WF17 9BA Telephone(01924) 474519

      Traditional style open plan main road free house inn with respectable atmosphere. Good quality and value Sunday lunches. November 2019 new tenant. Quiz night Wednesdays, free pool Thursdays. Well-behaved children welcome before 6pm.

    • Horse & Jockey 97 Low Lane Birstall WF17 9HB Telephone(01924) 472559

      A country-style pub first licensed in the 1750s, which lies west of the village centre. The open-plan bar divided into four areas has half-panelled walls and beamed ceilings. Photos show it as once a Kirkstall Brewery house. Darts, dominoes and pool are played, on Thursdays there is a music & knowledge quiz and on Saturdays karaoke. Guest beers come mainly from independent breweries. Outside is a patio with a flower display which has won it the Birstall in Bloom award for several years. Last admission 11pm. 20p/pint CAMRA discount except on John Smith's. The seven pumps include a real cider occasionally

    • Irish Democratic Leage Club 15 High Street Birstall WF17 9ES Telephone(01924) 472869

      Comfortable, popular, well-maintained, three-roomed club. Guests to be signed in by a member, membership £10/year. Varied guest beers with increasingly renowned small breweries from around the country, e.g. Parkway from the southwest. Quiz Friday, bingo Sunday. Live music also 4th Sunday in month.

    • Pheasant Gelderd Road Birstall WF17 9LP Telephone(01924) 473022

      Enlarged main road pub with light, airy extension. Comfortably furnished, catering for families, diners and drinkers as well as pool (free on Mondays) and darts players. Good value food every day from 12-9pm. Six pumps often include Greene King specials and usually one or two good quality guests from far and wide. Sports TV fans tend to use the north side of the pub leaving plenty of space for those who prefer a quiet drink. 10% discount on ales every Thursday, plus a loyalty card offers every sixth pint free. Quiz night on Tuesdays. May close a little early on quiet weekdays. Heavy Woollen Pub of the Season Summer 2019.

    • Scotland Inn 1115 Bradford Road Birstall WF17 9HZ Telephone(01924) 477926

      Old pub with L shaped open plan lounge. Bay window overlooks large play area on former bowling green. Ancient, rebuilt dry archway in garden, now in a decked area. Abundance of flowers, hanging baskets on front and beds in rear. Pubs in bloom award winner. Popular quiz.

  • Briestfield
    • Shoulder Of Mutton Briestfield Road Briestfield WF12 0PA Telephone(01924) 840981

      A thoroughly refurbished country pub of character in the heart of a farming hamlet. Several drinking areas with real fires, including a taproom where board games may be played and a restaurant serving great quality food. The restaurant may be booked for functions. Tuesday quiz. 20 minutes walk from 128 and 128A bus routes, daytime only. Wheelchair ramp.

  • Carlinghow
    • Victoria Hotel 519 Bradford Road Carlinghow WF17 8LL Telephone(01924) 501160

      Partly opened-out multi roomed ex-Tetley then Thwaites pub, privately owned and associated with Partners Brewery since July 2012, with fine fireplaces and cosy corners helping to create a good atmosphere. Old Batley photos in the left lounge while a homely, cosy snug displays Tetley memorabilia. Decked rear patio. 10-space car park accessed a few yards right of the pub. Typically 1 or 2 Partners' ales.

  • Cleckheaton
    • Cleckheaton & District Golf Club 483 Bradford Road Cleckheaton BD19 6BU Telephone(01274) 851266

      Golf club with excellent grounds and several rooms including a snooker room with two tables. Vehicle entry by automatic barrier then ask staff for the code for the exit sliding gate.

    • Cleckheaton Sports Club Bradford Road Cleckheaton BD19 3UD Telephone(01274) 873410

      Smart, comfortable, tastefully refurbished clubhouse overlooking several sports grounds catering for players of cricket, bowls and rugby. Cricket pitch dates back to 1864. Versatile 150 seat function room. CAMRA members and non-members welcome; club members pay discounted prices. Local branch Club of the Year 2013,2014,2015. 268/268A Bradford-Dewsbury bus passes by. At busy times, up to 7 pumps may be in use.

    • George's Bistro & Bar Parkside Cleckheaton BD19 3RA Telephone(01274) 873084

      Grade 2 listed building with bar and bistro downstairs and a large, period function room upstairs. Gradual reopening started under new ownership in December 2017 with tastefully decorated George's Bistro; the wine bar with real ale opened in November 2018. The new owners have invested heavily in revitalising this fine building and excellent beer garden. Food times shown are for meals in the Bistro; freshly baked pizzas are available in the bar. Close to Bus Station.

    • Horncastle 177 Bradford Road Cleckheaton BD19 3TT Telephone(01274) 861372

      Comfortable L shaped lounge. Small, separate tap room dominated by pool table. Happy hour 12-6 Mon-Thu. Usually one ale at once, delivered in pins to maintain quality.

    • Marsh 28 Bradford Road Cleckheaton BD19 5BJ Telephone(01274) 872104

      All ages are drawn to this triangular-shaped pub in Old Mill's house style, extended with a conservatory restaurant, booking advised, while retaining the character of the existing pub. The popular games room has exposed brickwork decorated with embedded bottles. The lounge has a dais and some attractive woodwork and glass. Darts, dominoes, pool and the Wednesday quiz are well supported while sports teams include football and tennis. Located away from the bustle of the town centre yet very handy for the bus station. Meals 12-7:30 Mon-Thur; 12-9 Fri,Sat; 12-6:30 Sun

    • Mill Valley Brewery Tap Woodroyd Mills, South Parade Cleckheaton BD19 3AF Telephone07565 229560

      This brewery tap, tucked away in a courtyard, is open every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Beers are of a good variety of styles from Mill Valley Brewery in cask and from others in craft keg. Other drinks available include a range of gins, other popular spirits, wines and cider. See facebook page for pictures and videos.

    • Moorland Bradford Road Cleckheaton BD19 3SU Telephone(01274) 873808

      Pool, snooker, juke box. Host to several societies including 4x4 Volunteers. All are welcome; discount club members get an extra 10% off the price fo a £15 subscription. Real ale not always available.

    • New Pack Horse 198 Moorside Cleckheaton BD19 6LN Telephone(01274) 271157

      Comfortable, recently refurbished pub with partially opened-out rooms and dining room. Five Real ales plus a selection of quality continental and bottled beers. The operate their own Loyalty Discount scheme on Real Ales. A fine, unique mural adorns one wall while the decor continues to develop. Guest beers from both Local and Regional Breweries such as Salamander, Copper Dragon, Old Bear, Elland and Moorhouse's. Live, acoustic music Saturdays, quiz on Thursdays. Pub of the Season Spring 2018

    • Obediah Brooke 19 Bradford Road Cleckheaton BD19 3JH Telephone(01274) 860700

      Pastel coloured modern Wetherspoon pub, with a wide selection of ales from national and local breweries, including collaboration beers. Large forecourt looking across to the fine town hall. No alcohol before 9am. New extension added Sept 2018

    • Priory Whitechapel Road Cleckheaton BD19 6HR Telephone(01274) 874108

      White painted stone built pub, parts of which are of obvious age, next to Whitechapel Parish Church. . Internally little evidence of the pub's age remains with a large open plan central lounge/bar. Croppers Folk Club meets every Friday and birthdays and anniversaries are often celebrated here.

    • Rose & Crown 6 Westgate Cleckheaton BD19 5ET Telephone(01274) 861530

      Originally a renowned town centre Tetley house,it was bought by Haworth Steam Brewery in 2014 who began brewingin the back yard, under that name, and sporting the Brand name "Whitechapel". The pub re-opened after a major refurbishment to a high standard in September 2015, with lots of woodwork, quality upholstery and some excellent enlarged old photos with a brewing theme. Expect one or two varying beers from the brewery plus four rotating guests including Ossett and other fine Yorkshire brews. Great quality food is available thought out the week. Parking is in the adjacent public car parks.

    • Station Tavern Railway Street Cleckheaton BD19 3HR Telephone(01274) 872720

      Town centre pub with comfortable lounge and lively games room/bar with pool table. Active ladies darts and Dom's some Wednesdays, and Tuesday pool. New function room available for parties etc.

    • Wickham Arms 15 St Peg Lane Cleckheaton BD19 3SA Telephone(01274) 873936

      Multi-roomed ex-Tetley hotel suits a variety of tastes, catering for drinkers, traditional pub games players, daytime diners and shoppers. The coffee bar with good coffee and breakfasts opens from 9am Mon-Sat. Evening meals available by prior arrangement. A 40-seat function room is available and there are 9 en-suite bedrooms. One or two ales served slightly chilled.

  • Crackenedge
    • Crackenedge Hotel 112 Crackenedge Lane Crackenedge WF13 1RW Telephone(01924) 461160

      Traditional country-style pub with games area and comfortable lounge leading from bar servery. Brasses and copper kettles adorn the lounge while the garden is a good fine weather retreat. One well-kept rotating guest from various sources including Cross Bay, Pennine, Saltaire and Marston's. Farm shop pies sometimes available. Half a mile uphill from Dewsbury railway station.

  • Dewsbury
    • Black Bull 11 Market Place Dewsbury WF13 1AE Telephone(01924) 455148

      Striking appearance outside, grade 2 listed, interior opened out long ago. After 4 years of closure, prior to which the building suffered years of neglect, the pub has been superbly refurbished to restore character and charm, opened October 2019. Photo needs updating. Ale range may vary according to demand. 400m from bus and rail stations.

    • Dewsbury Socialist Club 67 Bradford Road Dewsbury WF13 2EG Telephone(01924) 464134

      Small club, seating recently tastefully refurbished, with live bands on Saturday nights. Despite being open weekends only, beers are well-kept and the guest is carefully chosen for quality and usually sourced in 36-pint pins to ensure freshness. Runner-up Club of the Year 2013. Guests welcome. Open to new membership.

    • John F Kennedy Webster Hill Dewsbury WF13 1JA Telephone(01924) 455828

      The legendary John F Kennedy, with Ted behind the bar since 6th October 1969, is a Dewsbury institution - if it didn't exist you would certainly want to invent it! It remains an island of stability amongst the rat race of refurbishment and closures that seems to go on daily in the rest of town. Might have only a handful of regulars but small groups of strangers are welcome to come and have a chat. Great selection on the jukebox (although broken on our last visit). Within short walking distance of bus and rail stations. Opens at other times for special occasions. Beer pulled via autovac is well-kept and low-priced.

    • Leggers Calder Valley Marina, Savile Town Wharf, Mill Street East. Dewsbury WF12 9BD Telephone(01924) 488153

      Once the hayloft above stables by the canal basin, low beams, a powerful stove, deep seating and quirky items on display make for a unique atmosphere. Six beers listed on the school blackboard include ale from Moorhouse's, plus a real cider. Outside, a large decked area is excellent in summer and has a new children's play area. Light meals are served all day until 8pm and there is a pool table and a function room. Bus and rail stations are within a mile.

    • Old Turk 31 Wellington Road Dewsbury WF13 1HL Telephone(01924) 450404

      Was the Turks Head many years ago. Simple, tidy L shaped bar. Rumoured to have a ghost of a former landlady, Nellie Carrigill whose life ended when a barrel fell. Refurbished pub operated as a weekend music bar; now in common ownership with West Riding Refreshment Rooms. Enthusiastic followers. Real ale not always available due to limited opening hours.

    • Timepiece 11 Northgate Dewsbury WF13 1DS Telephone(01924) 460051

      New build Wetherspoon on site of Co-op jewelers. Limited range of beers available currently, usually at least 5 guests including local breweries. No alcohol before 9am. Meals all day until 10pm. Pub is up for sale and may change ownership shortly

    • West Riding Refreshment Rooms Dewsbury Railway Station, Wellington Road Dewsbury WF13 1HF Telephone(01924) 459193

      Multi-award winning pub in a Grade II listed station building. The eclectic range of nine real ales always includes many colours and flavours. Real cider and a range of speciality bottled beers are sold. Live music plays outside in summer and occasional beer festivals are held. Good meals are served daily plus pizzas until 8pm and curry on Wednesday teatimes. The pub is a mainstay of the Transpennine Rail Ale Trail, hence Saturdays can be busy. There are monthly “Meet the Brewer” sessions. Autovac.

  • Dewsbury Moor
    • George Hotel 76 Moor End Lane Dewsbury Moor WF13 4PD Telephone(01924) 405860

      Unpretentious traditional local, partially opened out. Lounge area has collections of opera masks, water jugs and a pair of lamps converted into a fish tank and 'bottle garden' respectively. Another area is set aside for dominoes.

  • East Bierley
    • East Bierley Cricket Club South View Road East Bierley BD4 6PJ Telephone(01274) 681488

      Spacious lounge bar with great views. Non-members welcome. Wednesdays quiz with bingo. Cricket teams for under-8,9,11,13 and adults, 8 teams in total. Rotating guest beers with good turnover. Meals available in cricket season only.

    • New Inn 170 South View Road East Bierley BD4 6PP Telephone(01274) 680150

      Homely village pub with front bar, snug lounge, rear lounge and tasteful, airy extension overlooking golf course. Tuesday quiz 9:30 with Play your Cards Right. Plans include fortnightly Wednesday "bring your vinyl" nights. See facebook for updates.

  • Gomersal
    • Bankfield 8 Bleak Street Gomersal BD19 4RD

      Two roomed community free house given a major refurbishment early 2015 including revealing a fine, imposing fireplace. Occasional Friday karaoke. Free pool; darts and dominoes played. Catering for small functions available. 2 channels of BT and Sky Sports. Very keen prices; always one guest, sometimes two.

    • Bulls Head Quarry Road, Gomersal Gomersal BD19 4HX Telephone(01274) 861964

      Recently Re-opened again 9th Sept 2019- Old established inn of character, popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. Tastefully refurnished, clean and tidy. Bar sometimes available for meetings or small functions. No food available at this time PUB DETAILS STILL BEING UPDATED - Please report any updates via Whatpub.com feedback form below.

    • Gomersal Cricket Club Oxford Road Gomersal BD19 4RQ Telephone(01274) 874100

      A very popular club with frequent functions, open to both Members and non-members. There is a regular rotating guest real ale in addition to a large selection of lagers and bottled drinks. Bingo Thursdays, private parties welcome and popular.

    • Spen Victoria CB & AC Spen Lane Gomersal BD19 4PJ Telephone(01274) 874355

      Established 1865, has two bowling greens, a football pitch and a cricket pitch plus a smart, comfortable, spacious lounge. May stay open longer on Sundays according to demand. Non-members welcome. Caters for junior and senior cricketers. Monday quiz in Winter.

    • West End 1 West Street, Latham Lane Gomersal BD19 4JU Telephone(01274) 871809

      ex Beverley's then Wilson's pub (see the black and white photos on the wall) behind Red House Museum. Stone ram's head above the fire place. Popular, separate tap room off to the right, comfortable main and rear lounges, both with soothing real fires. A fine, smart community pub with a good, enclosed garden. Quiz Tuesdays 9pm, Poker Thursdays 8pm. Sunday league football team. Beer range changes occasionally. Usually one cider on handpull plus two under the counter.

    • Wheatsheaf 95 Gomersal Lane Gomersal BD19 4HY Telephone(01274) 878638

      Multi roomed pub specialising in fresh, home cooked, reasonably priced food; booking advisable. Families welcome; safe, enclosed garden. Busy with diners during service times but drinkers welcomed. Well-behaved dogs allowed in the garden and in the pub when food not being served. New management since April 2018.

  • Hanging Heaton
    • Fox & Hounds Bennett Lane Hanging Heaton WF17 6DB Telephone(01924) 437000

      Popular, roomy community pub, recently given a major refurbishment. Large lounge linked to traditional tap room. Tuesday curry and quiz night, Friday DJ or karaoke or similar, Saturday usually live music.

    • Hanging Heaton Cricket Club Bennett Lane Hanging Heaton WF17 6DB Telephone(01924) 461804

      Spacious, homely clubhouse with large windows overlooking cricket pitch and beyond. Everyone welcome. Several areas including 2-table snooker room. Large kitchen caters for functions, also lunches on Saturdays & Sunday (cricket season ONLY). 10% Discount on beer for club members and for CAMRA members. Two real ciders, usually Weston's. Rotating guest beer sourced from local distributor is often a local brew. Camping 1 mile away near Huntsman Inn. 1km walk from Batley station but mostly uphill. Club of the Year 2016, runner up 2017.

    • Hanging Heaton Golf Club White Cross Road Hanging Heaton WF12 7DT Telephone(01924) 461606

      Non-members welcome for Sunday lunches or as guests of members. Survey needed

    • Hanging Heaton Working Mens Club 203 High Street Hanging Heaton WF12 7HF Telephone(01924) 462138

      A fine community club, partly open to all. Snooker and pool tables in open plan members-only lounge, also tap room and function room open to all. Guest beer sourced from Marston's and others. Beer price as low as £2/pint (Nov 2019).

  • Hartshead
    • Gray Ox 15 Hartshead Lane Hartshead WF15 8AL Telephone(01274) 872845

      Quality food oriented pub in rural setting, believed to be established in 1706. Collection of plates. Fantastic views of the Calder Valley and the Kirklees Hall estate. Twice winner of Marston's North-east region food pub of the year. Interesting layout, some comfy chairs, drinkers welcome but gets packed with diners on Friday and Saturday evenings especially so best to pick off-peak times to go for a drink.

    • Hartshead 86 Prospect Road Hartshead WF15 8AY Telephone(01274) 873365

      Attractive club in rural location, founded 1895 (or maybe 1903?) on the site of coalminers' showers. The layout is open plan featuring a large horse shoe bar, comfortable seating, full-size snooker table and a small stage regularly used for live music and open mic sessions on Fridays plus quiz night on Wednesdays. The friendly community club, popular with walkers and ramblers, also serves non-members and has carefully chosen guest beers. There are good views of the South Pennines from the small beer garden. The area has connections with the Bronte family, the three sisters being educated nearby. The grave of the outlaw Robin Hood lies in a small wood about a mile distant. Full-size snooker table. Four pumps, usually three on at once.

  • Heckmondwike
    • Comrades Club 15 Regent Street Heckmondwike WF16 0HD Telephone(01924) 403672

      Traditional workingmen's club. Up the steps then left to the spacious concert room or right to the games and bar area. Real ale is available only for special events and fortnightly music nights run by the Crown of Lights organisation.

    • Heckmondwike Sports Club Cemetery Road Heckmondwike WF16 9ED Telephone(01924) 403701

      Traditional, family club. Good bus connections from town centre bus hub.

    • Six Lane Ends Leeds Road Heckmondwike WF16 9DQ Telephone07833 926425

      Free house converted from a workingmen's club, major refurbishment completed Winter 2013. Games room, lounge and function/concert room. Well-priced ale. Access car park via drive next to houses to the right of Royal Balti on Leeds Old Road.

    • Westgate 23 23 Westgate Heckmondwike WF16 0HE

      Town centre, recently refurbished to a good standard, Free House pub with bar to the front and side of the L shaped room. A discerning ghost called 'George' is said to turn lager and cider taps off. Function Room available.

    • Wike Horse 77 Market Place Heckmondwike WF16 0EZ

      Now part of the Craft Union Branding. Double-fronted, centrally located pub. Lounge to the right, long by narrow bar leading to large pool playing area. Karaoke Sundays. Families welcome until 6pm. Popular with fans of horse racing on TV in small front lounge.

  • Hightown
    • Brew House 589 Halifax Road Hightown WF15 8HQ Telephone(01274) 242854

      Originally a swimming baths, converted to a workingmens club around 1933, and then reopened in 2014 after major refurbishment by Partners Brewery, the Brew House is now owned by Mill Valley Brewery resulting in a cosy bar with a feeling of quality. Eight pumps provide independent guests and Mill Valley beers, brewed on the premises. Craft keg beers d ciders also feature.

    • Cross Keys 283 Halifax Road Hightown WF15 6NE Telephone(01274) 284875

      A comfortable, relaxed open plan pub with several cosy areas, serving two or three varying real ales. Quiz night Wednesday @ 8:30pm with free supper. Bingo Sunday @ 7:30pm followed by noughts & crosses quiz. Disco last Saturday in the month. Extensive enclosed garden and decking with playground. Functions i.e. Funerals, weddings, birthdays catered for.

    • Shears Inn 201 Halifax Road Hightown WF15 6NR Telephone07870 859760

      Pub dates from 1772. The Luddites met here in 1812 to plan the attack on Rawfolds Mill. Large U-shaped lounge with stained glass windows. Rescued from pubco abandonment in 2010, this well-loved historic pub features log fires and stained-glass windows. A room upstairs was used for secret meetings of Luddites as they planned their attacks on local mills 200 years ago. Fine views from the garden. Tuesday quiz, Sunday music quiz and occasional open mic sessions. Popular taproom provides TV, pool and traditional pub games. Three regular Ales plus changing Ales from renowned local and national breweries available. The landlady, Debbie, has recently taken over the helm.

  • Howden Clough
    • Birstall Cricket Club Leeds Road Howden Clough WF17 0EJ Telephone(01924) 473650

      Long-established cricket club with single-room clubhouse and of course outside seating to watch the cricket. Non-members welcome; members get discounted prices. Occasional (monthly) disco and monthly quiz.

  • Hunsworth
    • Hunsworth Whitehall Road Hunsworth BD19 6HG Telephone(01274) 862828

      Modern large Table Table with strong emphasis on family dining. Close to M62 Junction 26. Accommodation at Premier Inn. Also open for breakfasts 6:30-10:30 (7-11 weekends).

    • Savile Arms 174 Hunsworth Lane Hunsworth BD19 4DX Telephone(01274) 851279

      Early 18th century grade II-listed building of character with genuine oak beams and a separate 'snug' lounge, with fine mullioned windows partially obscured by TVs. Lunchtime and early evening good value traditional pub meals - ring for availability.

    • Silver Birch Centurion Way Hunsworth BD19 3QB Telephone(01274) 877632

      Newly built for Marston's, opened April 2012. A large, mostly open plan design with some homely features; aimed primarily at families and diners but still accommodating for drinkers. Very handy for M62 junction 26. Food served 11-10 Mon-Sat, 12-9 Sun.

  • Liversedge
    • Black Bull 37 Halifax Road Liversedge WF15 6JR Telephone(01924) 403779

      An excellent, sociable community local with a warm welcome. The first of Ossett Brewery's chain of lovingly restored pubs, it offers a blend of cosy corners and open spaces where groups can mix, including "the chapel" with its high roof and stained glass. Major refurbishment in July 2016 enhanced its space and ambience. Nine pumps dispense a range of beer styles including a mild or dark ale. Quiz night Tuesday is always popular, Monday is darts and dominoes night. Dogs welcome. See facebook page for current guests.

    • Liversedge 64 Leeds Road Liversedge WF15 6HX Telephone(01924) 404911

      Grand house set back from the road, decorated in stained wood and stained glass style with emphasis on food and families, tastefully refurbished and reopened under new name June 2013. Friday quiz. Beers usually from Yorkshire breweries.

    • Lonsdale Hotel 63 Halifax Road Liversedge WF15 6LF

      Pool and darts area separated from rest of house. Pub named after the 'Lonsdale Belt'. Friday karaoke. Has double, twin and single roomed accommodation being brought back into use in the near future. Re-opened after major refurbishment May 2015. Building ale range as demand allows.

    • Millbridge Club Bennett Street Liversedge WF15 7ER Telephone(01924) 402696

      Millbridge WMC has been in existence over 100 years and is an important meeting place for the local community.There is live music every Friday and Saturday night, Bingo on Thursday and Sunday and Jazz night on Monday.The concert room is available for hire for private parties etc.Visitors,guests and affiliated members are always welcome.

    • Old Oak Inn 349 Bradford Road Liversedge WF15 6EW

      A former Tetley house in a landmark stone building, opened out years ago but retaining distinct areas for playing pool, sitting in comfort or standing around the attractive L-shaped bar. Redecorated by new owners in late 2013 and re-opened after a couple of years of closure preceded by neglect. Two handpulls although real ale not always available. Some interesting original tiles remain en route to the refurbished gents. Live music every Saturday night, karaoke Sundays 6-11pm.

  • Lower Hopton
    • Lower Hopton WMC 53 North Street Lower Hopton WF14 8PN Telephone(01924) 492048

      Homely club with good-sized function room and a bar lounge divided into two; also upstairs room with snooker.

  • Mirfield
    • Dewsbury District Golf Club The Pinnacle, Sands Lane Mirfield WF14 8HJ Telephone(01924) 492399

      Built on land know locally as the "Pinnacle", the Dewsbury & District Golf Club opened in 1891. The course has undergone many alterations over the years and is a true test of Golf on a Parkland course. The club house was built about 2002, and the Balcony Bar & Restaurant has been recently refurbished. The club boasts two bars. Downstairs is the "19th", upstairs the Balcony Bar. Both bars open daily to the public. Always one Real Ale, with occasional guests ales. Bar Menu with daily specials

    • Dusty Miller 47 Dunbottle Lane Mirfield WF14 9JJ Telephone(01924) 490178

      A large, recently extended and upgraded family orientated house with all the facilities a big brewer incorporates into such a building these days. It still retains traces of it's origins with the front bar incorporating a sort of snug and a sort of separate drinking area away from the restaurant.

    • Flowerpot 65 Calder Road Mirfield WF14 8NN Telephone(01924) 496939

      Following a typically sensitive major refurbishment by Ossett Brewery, with an impressive tiled flowerpot set in the floor and real fires in each of the 3 rooms the pub has gone from strength to strength. In summer the riverside terrace is popular. Eight ales come from Ossett, Fernandes, Rat, Riverhead plus other independents with a mild or stout normally on offer.

    • Knowl Club 17 Knowl Road Mirfield WF14 8DQ Telephone(01924) 493301

      Celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2013, the Knowl Club (formally The Mirfield Liberal Club) is a place to go for a quiet pint. It is open to both Members and the Public alike as they hold both Club & Public House Licences. It consisting of a single bar occupying a long well furnished room, and a private function room downstairs with a well furnished snooker room upstairs. A small car park at the rear is accessed down a tight lane between the club and the house next door. Up to 4 beers,

    • Little Duck 91 Stocks Bank Road Mirfield WF14 9QB Telephone(01924) 492528

      Small, homely club. Good guest beers.

    • Mirfield Parish Church Cricket Club Wellhouse Lane Mirfield WF14 0PN
    • Moorlands Cricket Club Mirfield Memorial Park, Huddersfield Road Mirfield WF14 9NE

      Lounge recently completely renovated.

    • Navigation Tavern 6 Station Road Mirfield WF14 8NL Telephone(01924) 492476

      Canalside free house with eight regular beers plus up to four guests at keen prices. A registered ambassador for Theakston beers. A popular venue on the Transpennine Rail Ale Trail, it holds two renowned beer festivals annually. Saturday night entertainment includes frequent Motown nights, quiz night Thursday, pool night Tuesday. Home to active sports and pool teams. A large function room and en-suite Bed and Breakfast with stairlift are available while a wood burning stove provides Winter comfort.

    • Office Huddersfield Road Mirfield WF14 8BE Telephone(01924) 495801

      Cafe and wine bar opened late 2017. Sited on various levels with Toilet Facilities down stairs.

    • Old Bank Working Mens Club 89 Old Bank Road Mirfield WF14 0HY Telephone(01924) 492343

      Well-established WMC with bowling green. Weekend live music.

    • Old Colonial Dunbottle Lane Mirfield WF14 9JJ Telephone(01924) 496920

      A former club, with fascinating colonial memorabilia offering a cosy retreat with sofas around the fire. There is a Royal British Legion memorial in the garden and local charities are well supported. The spacious conservatory is popular for functions and meetings. Three to five guests ales, from such as Thwaite's, Lee’s, Marston’s, Stancill and small brewers, are available. 2018 makes it nine consecutive years in the Good Beer Guide. Lunchtime and evening meals are served Thursday to Saturday and the excellent-value Sunday lunch is to be recommended. With a Bus Stop at the bottom of the drive and Mirfield station is one mile away.

    • Plough 65 Shillbank Lane Mirfield WF14 0QA Telephone(01924) 499919

      The Plough is a well-furbished establishment. Entry through the front door leads initially to two rooms with the Bar to the left and a cosy games room with Pool & TV to the right. Straight on leads to a second bar and the restaurant (which is currently being refurbished), part of which can be closed off to allow for private events and meetings. (Under new management by Melissa since Late Feb 2019)- no Cask Ales at present but will have three Cask Ales shortly.

    • Railway 212 Huddersfield Road Mirfield WF14 9PX Telephone(01924) 493299

      With the Railway under new management since June 2016, the pub has reverted to its original name, which it had held for the previous 60 years. The bar is surrounded by a cosy and tastefully decorated drinking area, fronted by a quiet lounge. Fiona and Ellie provide three well kept Real Ales, with plans to add more variety as demand increases. Food is also now available from noon, seven days per week. Conveniently situated close to the main bus stop, near Ings Grove Park, this pub is well worth a visit following their recent refurbishment..

    • Ship Inn Steanard Lane, Shepley Bridge Mirfield WF14 8HB Telephone(01924) 493364

      Large, stylised family and food orientated 'Hungry Horse' with bar. Childrens' play areas (inside and outside), changing rooms and separate access show some thought. Whilst formula based, sufficiently different to merit a visit by the drinker if only to get a decent meal. Varying Greene King and other guest beer are available (Taylor's Landlord when last checked). Re-opened April 2016 after refurbishment following flood damage.

    • Shoulder Of Mutton 59 Lee Green Mirfield WF14 0AE Telephone07916 643767

      A central bar separates a comfortable lounge into two areas, both rooms have their adherents. Adjacent to this is a further lounge which can be closed off for functions or meeting as required. Outside is a large Patio/Garden area and an ample car park in front and to the side. New licensee since 2019. They also operate their own Loyalty Real Ale Discount scheme.

  • Mirfield Moor
    • White Gate 105 Leeds Road Mirfield Moor WF14 0DB Telephone(01924) 495618

      Recently extended and renovated with the addition of a patio area, and situated on a busy road from which it attracts much passing trade, no doubt attracted by the old adage on its pub sign. Majors on food, available 12 noon till 9pm daily. Situated close by a large Garden Centre. Andrew, Lisa and their team are delighted to welcome everyone to the White Gate Inn. The pub is surrounded by countryside and fine views, serving Old Mill traditional ales, plus a guest ale, alongside good food all day, every day.

  • Norristhorpe
    • Norristhorpe WMC 101 Norristhorpe Lane Norristhorpe WF15 7AE Telephone(01924) 403152

      Norristhorpe WMC is a friendly and local establishment. Cheap drinks. Function Room available. Full survey needed.

    • Rising Sun 254 Norristhorpe Lane Norristhorpe WF15 7AN Telephone(01924) 400190

      Reopened December 2014 as a free house under family ownership, this village local has been tastefully refurbished inside and out, featuring cosy lounge areas with exposed brickwork and several real fires plus an open, light and spacious bar area. The seven beers on offer are mainly from Yorkshire. There are fine views across the valley from the attractive beer garden and there is a good smoking area with seating. Quiz Night every Tuesday and Outdoor music and barbecue events are held in Summer. On 221/223 bus route; half mile from 229 route; 1 mile from Heckmondwike centre.

  • Roberttown
    • Liversedge Cricket Club Roberttown Lane Roberttown WF15 7NP Telephone(01924) 403992

      Established 1896, a sports and social club catering for all the family and open to all. Four handpulls, usually two in use, three in Summer. Guests often feature a dark ale. The premises may be rented for functions.

    • New Inn Roberttown Lane Roberttown WF15 7NP Telephone(01924) 402069

      A fine example of an old Webster's house rescued from the clutches of a major pub company. The central part of the property has been a pub since at least 1870. There is a pool room and a function room used for occasional live music and events. Wednesday quiz. Re-opened under keen new management April 2019.

    • Roberttown Roberttown Lane Roberttown WF15 7LT Telephone(01924) 403342

      Friendly, popular, clean and tidy traditional workers' club with three rooms. Membership £10. Functions catered for. Regular events, quiz Tuesday.

    • Star Inn 223 Roberttown Lane Roberttown WF15 7LQ Telephone(01924) 413910

      Luddite John Booth, mortally wounded during the attack on Rawfolds Mill, is said to have kept his secrets and died here in 1812 and haunts still. Spacious with a neatly laid out outdoor area and car park with a fine garden. 50 seat function room. Comfy seating throughout. Thursday quiz. Good quality traditional food with carvery. 2 for 1 meals Mon-Sat.

  • Scholes
    • Hartshead Moor WMC Halifax Road Scholes BD19 6PE Telephone(01274) 873846

      Friendly club with spacious, comfortable main room and function room. Bingo 9:15 Thursdays and Saturdays. Guests to be signed in.

    • Stafford Arms 192 Scholes Lane Scholes BD19 6LS Telephone(01274) 873737

      An attractive pub on the edge of Scholes village, popular with locals and offering a warm, friendly welcome to all, including walkers. Rescued from closure by being bought and refurbished by concerned locals, it features an open plan, comfortable layout with a large central fireplace and traditional decor, with a large beer garden to the rear. Bus 256 passes by while 252,253 and 254 stop a few minutes walk away.

    • Walkers Arms Scholes Lane Scholes BD19 6NR Telephone(01274) 864888

      L shaped lounge plus separate pool room. Original Whitakers' windows on show behind bar. Hot snacks served 12-6pm (not Sun)

  • Shaw Cross
    • Huntsman 1 Walker Cottages, Chidswell Lane Shaw Cross WF12 7SW Telephone(01924) 275700

      Under half a mile from Leeds Road, this is a homely, family-run country pub with a warm atmosphere and a choice of three to six ales, including interesting guests. Excellent views to front and rear. With one large room and one cosy snug with traditional range, the converted farm cottages are decorated in a country style with horse brasses and bric-a-brac. Good value Sunday lunch with proper gravy and homemade Yorkshire puds and wonderful desserts. The garden is often used for functions with a marquee.

  • Soothill
    • Soothill WMC 151 Soothill Lane, Soothill, BATLEY Soothill WF17 6HW Telephone(01924) 477974

      Established in 1913 and still remains at the heart of the Soothill and Batley communities. Regular activities throughout the week, bingo Tuesdayand Thursdays and live entertainment some weekends. Available for Birthdays, Special Occasions and Functions. Non Members are welcome. A family orientated establishment with children welcome till 9pm, they provide a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

  • Thornhill
    • Savile Arms 12 Church Lane Thornhill WF12 0JZ Telephone(01924) 463738

      Known as the Church House, this village and community pub dates from 1777. Four handpumps in the beamed bar area often offer beer from breweries in the Heavy Woollen district. A colourful mural depicting Thornhill's history illuminates the lounge. Traditional bar billiards is played in the tap room which stands on the consecrated ground of the parish church. A steep staircase leads to a "secret garden" with picnic tables for barbecues. Saturdays are popular with themed homemade meal evenings. Children are welcome in the large garden. Home-made food available for small and large groups by prior arrangement only.

    • Scarborough The Town Thornhill WF12 0QX Telephone(01924) 463297

      Friendly, traditional village local, built in 1851. Fine lounge and games room with pool table. The large beer garden/children's play area was once a bowling green. Boules/petanque available. Good sized covered patio. Families welcome before 9pm. Quiz Thursday. Frequently changing guest beers usually include a local ale. Burgers, pizza, sandwiches etc. available at times shown.

    • Thornhill Cricket & Bowling Club The Combs Thornhill WF12 0LQ Telephone(01924) 463299

      Bowls, football, tennis and social activities are well established at this club, established in 1887, although cricket is no longer played. There are active walking and cycling clubs. There is a large room available for functions of up to 150 people. Access road is on a bend where The Combs joins Church Lane, to the left of Hall Lane and not accessed via Rectory View. Large car park. Short mat indoor bowls and/or table tennis in Winter. Rotating, well chosen guest beers, usually one session pale and one stronger pale from brewers such as Ossett, Elland, Abbeydale. Opening hours vary, especially in Winter. £6 membership.

  • Thornhill Edge
    • Flatt Top 29 Albion Road Thornhill Edge WF12 0HD Telephone(01924) 462883

      Unusual castle-like building on the edge of a steep slope, affording excellent views. Popular with locals and welcoming to visitors. Two rooms serve as a public bar and a cosy lounge with character. Large patio with excellent views. A dark mild may be available.

  • Thornhill Lees
    • Nelson Inn 145 Slaithwaite Road Thornhill Lees WF12 9DW Telephone(01924) 461685

      Attractive local backing onto Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal. Partially 17th century with some original beams. Front lounge, best/function room, pool and tap areas. Small car park. Baby change room. Saturday free jukebox. Darts and dominoes teams. Free pool on Wednesdays. Meals available daily. Guest beer rotates every week or two and tend to offer light and darker choices.

  • Upper Hopton
    • Travellers Rest Hopton Lane Upper Hopton WF14 8EJ Telephone(01924) 496287

      Historic hillside pub with splendid views across the Heavy Woollen district. The pub is divided into a through snug bar, main bar and restaurant . Entertainment (singers/bands) last Saturday per month; On these Saturdays the restaurant will close earlier. Quiz night Wednesday, cask club Monday. 1 mile uphill from Mirfield railway station.

    • Upper Hopton Club 36 Jackroyd Lane Upper Hopton WF14 8HU Telephone(01924) 492823

      In the present building since 1908. There is a spacious and homely lounge to the left and a tasteful bar to the right with a welcoming real fire. Upstairs is a function room and a snooker room with snooker, pool and darts available. The Club welcomes new members and the general public as guests.

  • Westtown
    • Beer Street Nowells Yard, Boothroyd Lane Westtown WF13 2RE Telephone(01924) 466207

      A multi-roomed pub with excellent atmosphere capturing the feel of an authentic Victorian local. Live ad-hoc music provided by talented regulars. Lovingly maintained; the snug is particularly cosy. Well-kept Tetley £2.55 (Apr 2016). Small secluded beer garden with fine views. Jukebox, active darts and dominoes club.

    • Shepherds Boy 157 Huddersfield Road Westtown WF13 2RP Telephone(01924) 454116

      Attractive ex-Websters house. Ten minutes' walk from the railway station, this Ossett Brewery pub, with its nicely reconstructed interior, has many retained or reinstated original features and four separate, comfortable drinking areas. A trademark brick arch separates the front and rear of the pub. A well-balanced range of beers includes several from the Ossett group; varying local guest beers.

  • White Lee
    • Black Horse Inn White Lee Road White Lee WF17 9AJ Telephone07912 881226

      Taken over by new landlords 1st July 2017 - refurbished and selling Real Ales. Phone, as following info needs update - Smart, low ceilinged, opened out pub with 2 lounge areas and a pool room. Children's play area in garden. Disco/Quiz and bingo every Sunday evening with free supper, Friday/Saturday disco/karaoke. History of the pub since 1838 is recorded on a series of framed documents on the wall alongside sporting memorabilia. Functions catered for.

  • Whitley
    • Woolpack Inn Whitley Road Whitley WF12 0LZ Telephone(01924) 490114

      Refurbished and reopened in June 2016 following a private purchase from former owners Greene King. A small hotel and restaurant complex refurbished in a modern style, yet retains four poster beds in luxury bedrooms. Mainly to cater for diners but drinkers and locals are most welcome. Wedding parties and functions catered for. Please ring if you need to check current facilities; accommodation was not available at time of survey.