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Lindley is about 2 miles out from Huddersfield town centre, it hosts a variety of bars and restaurants, a picturesque clock tower and it’s a very desirable place to live, with great motorway links and local amenities.

Lindley hosts a very quaint high-street, with several shops to suit everyone’s needs. It has a wide range of things to do as well, a local gym, serviced office space and a night-life that matches the town centre.

Only 5 minutes away from the town centre and a minute or two away from the M62 network, Lindley boasts great ease for getting to other places.

Huddersfield’s hospital is also based in Lindley, and has been since 1967. It was opened by Huddersfield’s home-grown Prime Minister Harold Wilson. 

When passing through the village of Lindley, it’s hard to miss the Clock Tower, situated on the corner of Lidget Street. The Clock Tower was erected by James Nield Sykes in 1902, a local, who did it for the benefit of his native village.

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