Wakefield is a city in West Yorkshire, England. Wakefield's location, at the heart of England and at the centre of the UK's communications network, offers unsurpassed transport links, providing fast connections by road, rail, and air.
Hebden Bridge is an old mill town in West Yorkshire. It is set in the deep cleft of a heavily wooded steep-sided valley, with a river, Hebden Water, running through it, crossed by the packhorse bridge that gives the town its name.
Heptonstall is a small village within Calderdale in West Yorkshire. Cars, etc; Going from Hebden Bridge, take the Todmorden road and use the signed turning circle then join all other traffic by taking the signed left turn at the lights.
Brontë Country is a compact literature-inspired region of moorland and villages in West Yorkshire, the area in which the three Brontë sisters - Charlotte, Anne and Emily - grew up and from which they drew much of their inspiration.