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The late Middle Ages witnessed the growing prosperity of the upper Calder valley as a result of a major expansion of the cloth trade, and this prosperity is reflected in a number of surviving domestic buildings from this period, though the medieval…

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Once the home of the 19th century feminist diarist Ann Lister.

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The late Middle Ages witnessed the growing prosperity of the upper Calder valley as a result of a major expansion of the cloth trade, and this prosperity is reflected in a number of surviving domestic buildings from this period, though the medieval…

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Once the home of the 19th century feminist diarist Ann Lister.

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Bankfield was previously the home of noted industrialist Edward Akroyd.

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Once the home of Edward Akroyd (owner of the mill at Dean Clough and also MP for Halifax for 10 years) this building was later a library and is now a museum.

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The back of the Old Grammar School, now a museum, is on the left.

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The plaque above the doorway is dated 1642. The building now houses Heptonstall Museum operated by Calderdale Council.
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