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In Your Mirfield
Apr 11th, 2021
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The-276 year-old Engraved stone tablet weighing over 3/4 of a ton is Mounted to the Old  Belltower wall, at St Mary’s Church Mirfield the stone tablet measures 92 inches by 44 inches and 2 and a half-inch thick. it is fixed to the stone tower with two cast-iron rods. the stone tablet is now bec...
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In Your Mirfield
Mar 28th, 2021
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Church Lane Mirfield the wall of Spite of the 1920’s Major Ingham. The first person to build a house up Church lane was a chap called MR Morgan of Sands House. When Major Ingham, who owned the land opposite, learned about the house, he was furious; he was adamant that no one would overlock his-...
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In Your Mirfield
Feb 28th, 2021
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It is said that a workman dropped this hammerhead when he was working on the external construction of the tower in 1870, and it embedded itself in this flagstone. Part of the flagstone and the hammerhead was placed here inside St May’s Church in 1981 for safekeeping. Regards Steve...
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In River Calder Mirfield
Feb 14th, 2021
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Soil washed away with heavy constant flooding exposing tree roots, trees almost perched out of the river banks on their roots more than 2 feet of roots uncovered the roots are still active, healthy and absorbing water with no signs of decay I find the images in this blog beautiful and incredible the ...
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In Climate Change
Feb 7th, 2021
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Blog The start of 2021 has been another very wet winter of prolonged heavy rain Pluvial downpours creating heavy runoff, and major Fluvial River flooding, kicking off with heavy rain at the start of the year and Storm Cristoph, hit on the 18th Jan 2021, this should come as no surprise. The very best ...
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In Your Mirfield
Jun 14th, 2020
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Is it not time, to develop the former Mirfield Councill building because it’s giving the wrong impression of Mirfield. The former Mirfield Town Councill Officers were closed by Kirklees back in 2016. Now after 4 years the building could start to send a message that Our town centre is becoming r...
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In Your Mirfield
May 2nd, 2020
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In Your Mirfield
Apr 26th, 2020
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Sunrise photo secrets. The thing about Sunrise is it’s never the same time difference too makes a huge display impact. Cloud is the biggy without them the sunrise would be just a ball of fire I am very lucky to live in a location with a back garden what faces east and with an amazing […]...
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In Your Mirfield
Apr 17th, 2020
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If you would like me to photo record your lockdown via your doorstep as your sat-out watching the world go by “as it is becoming the latest thing” and if you wish you can dress-up, or were your everyday clothes it’s up to you it’s just something different to break up the day f...
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In Your Mirfield
Apr 12th, 2020
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I hope you enjoy these five photos all taken at the same location, however; different camera settings. Regards Steve...
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In Local to Mirfield
Mar 18th, 2020
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Sorry, Dewsbury I am lost for words, but not; the so-called Calder valley greenway that runs through Dewsbury is not so green anymore; Kirklees, as forgotten about it, “forgotten greenway”. Kirklees Councilors should be ashamed, encouraging the greenway to become such a mess and left unke...
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In Your Mirfield
Mar 17th, 2020
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Regards Steve...
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In Flooding in Mirfield
Mar 11th, 2020
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I have been looking into ”Fluvial litter flooding” and where it comes from and why it ends up in a tangled mess on the River Calder banks. Don’t presume for a minute that all the debris and litter left being by floods come’s from Mirfield because it doesn’t most of it comes from upstream ...
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In Your Mirfield
Mar 9th, 2020
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Kirklees Planning Department needs to up their game Let’s take a look at Lidl Mirfield after the floods of 2012, 2015 the environmental agency and Kirklees LLFA had a well-Documented flood map and flood route with ample information for this area. Before planning was past the lower part of the Lidl ca...
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In Your Mirfield
Mar 6th, 2020
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When we are talking about Valance Beck Mirfield, we need to understand the Origin mechanisms that are in place that creat Valance Beck we need to take a view and Analyse the big picture. Let’s take stock of my research. Valance Beck always hits the headline ”if you like” for flooding Granny lan...
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In Your Mirfield
Feb 23rd, 2020
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Regards Steve Benson 2020...
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In Clean air for Mirfield
Feb 22nd, 2020
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The muddy handprints were formed by someone removing the sandbags away from the doors that were placed there to prevent floodwater from entering the Battyford sports club Mirfield left and right-handed muddy handprints, one hand against the wall, as the other hand removed and re-placed the sandbags. ...
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In Your Mirfield
Feb 21st, 2020
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People who live inland of the coast will Relate flooding to the Rivers; this is because most inland flooding occurs from the Rivers and always feature in the news. But what do we know about what feeds the Rivers? We need to challenge more of what we know to make meaningful changes. Look beyond the [&...
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In River Calder Mirfield
Feb 17th, 2020
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2020 Mirfield River Calder flood information Ledgard Bridge Mirfield Environment Agency Calder River Level Gauge Datum GB = 39.763m AOD and EA Bench Mark = 46.471m AOD Storm Ciara 9th February 2020 reached a new recorded River Calder level recorded at Ledgard bridge Mirfield at 4.30 PM 5.4m. Storm De...
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In Climate Change
Feb 16th, 2020
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Two significant STORMS back to back in seven days Kirklees planning committee still passing planning on Mirfield floodplains. Storm Ciara 9th February 2020 reached a new recorded River Calder level recorded at Ledgard bridge Mirfield at 4.30 pM 5.4m. Storm Dennis reaches a gauge level at Ledgard brid...