Some parts of Boothtown have changed dramatically over the years whilst other parts have stayed the same since the days of Edward Akroyden and before.

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St. Bernards Catholic Church

The Presbytery
Range Lane
West Yorkshire

01422 353 690

All Souls Church

Haley Hill,                                   Halifax, West Yorkshire,


Bankfield Museum 

A Museum since 1887, Bankfield tells the story of Halifax and Calderdale.

This Victorian mansion was the home of local mill owner, philanthropist and MP, Colonel Edward Akroyd.

Boothtown Sports

Akroyden Victoria Bowling Club

Woodlands Road
Halifax   HX3 6HQ

01422 360440

Boothtown Terriers

Ellen Royd Playing Field, Boothtown

Telephone: 01422 356836


Boothtown shops

Flying Dutchman the last remaining pub in Boothtown

This was 'The Friendly'- now housing

John Stirks

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