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  Esholt, near Bradford, West Yorkshire - former setting of Yorkshire TV's Emmerdale
Esholt is a small village in the Aire Valley, just outside Bradford and near Shipley, Baildon and Guiseley in West Yorkshire's Bronte Country.
Esholt is most famous for having been used for some of the exterior location filming of Yorkshire TV's popular soap opera "Emmerdale Farm" (now known simply as "Emmerdale") - even though the fictional village is actually set in the far more rural Yorkshire Dales region further to the north.
Although the village is no longer used for filming (the crew having now moved to a purpose built set near Harrogate), Esholt is still popular with Emmerdale fans who are visiting West Yorkshire's Bronte Country and who want to see the pub formerly used as the Woolpack Inn, and other buildings associated with the series.
www.bronte-country.com /esholt.html   (0 words)

  
  Esholt Conservation Area
Esholt is situated in the base of the Aire Valley on the north bank of the River Aire c.5 miles to the north of Bradford.
The first known documentary evidence relating to occupation at Esholt dates to the 12th century when Simon Warde granted the whole estate of Esholt to the nuns of Syningthwaite Priory, this grant was confirmed by his son in 1172 and 1185.
Esholt Old Hall (distinct from Esholt Hall), on the west side of Church Lane, is probably the earliest surviving building in the village and stands on a former moated (and possible manorial) site.
www.arch.wyjs.org.uk /AdvSrv/ConsEsh.htm   (670 words)

  
 Esholt
Esholt is a village in the county of West Yorkshire, England, near Guiseley.
In the 12th century, there was a priory here, but now the priory site is occupied by Esholt Hall[?], a Queen Anne style historic house, completed in 1709.
Esholt is best known for being the location for the Yorkshire TV drama series Emmerdale.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/es/Esholt.html   (65 words)

  
 Houses of Cistercians nuns: Priory of Esholt | British History Online
Houses of Cistercians nuns: Priory of Esholt
Leonard at Esholt, in the parish of Guiseley, is said to have been founded at the latter part of the reign of Henry II or the beginning of that of Richard I by Geoffrey Haget or Simon Ward.
By the gift of Margaret Clifford, widow, the house of Esholt became possessed of the church of Belton, in the Isle of Axholme, and this gift was confirmed by Richard II on 1 June 1379.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=36245   (893 words)

  
 BBC - Bradford and West Yorkshire - A Sense of Place - Hidden History: Esholt
Esholt is said to take its name from the nature which is found in the area: Esche or Ash and Holt or wood: Ash Wood.
The Esholt estate is home to the Esholt Sprint, a timed motorcycle sprint up the long avenue on the estate.
Although the council could claim he was part of the problem, as he owned a number of mills that poured waste from cleaning and dying into the Aire, he was granted an interim injunction ordering the Corporation to improve the sewage system in order not to pollute the Beck.
www.bbc.co.uk /bradford/sense_of_place/hidden_esholt_2.shtml   (408 words)

  
 Wikipedia: Esholt
Esholt is a village in the county of West Yorkshire, England, near Guiseley.
In the 12th century, there was a priory here, but now the priory site is occupied by Esholt Hall, a Queen Anne style historic house, completed in 1709.
Esholt is best known for being the location for the Yorkshire TV drama series Emmerdale.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/e/es/esholt.html   (86 words)

  
 Esholt Cricket Club
In 1915 Esholt were readmitted to the Bradford League to take over the second team fixtures of Bowling Old Lane, who had replaced the Bradford club at short notice, as Park Avenue was no longer available.
The club was able to field two first teams of equal strength known as Esholt A and Esholt B. The former won the League Championship in 1947, while the B team secured the Mathieson Cup, an exceptional achievement which indicates the strength in depth the club had available at that time.
Esholt transferred in 1956 to the new and enlarged Dales Council, where the club remained for a further 29 years.
bradfordcricketleague.org /esholtcc.html   (0 words)

  
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Ian Beesley was born in Bradford in 1954.
Besides treating domestic sewage Esholt was specializing in extracting wool grease from woollen mills' waste waters.
Ian was photographing in Esholt during several years in the latter part of the seventies.
www.saunalahti.fi /ketholen/ianbeesleypage   (1857 words)

  
 Esholt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The name "Esholt" indicates that the village was first established in a heavily wooded area of ash trees.
In the 12th century, there was a priory there, but now the priory site is occupied by Esholt Hall, a Queen Anne style historic house, completed in 1709.
Esholt is best known for being the location for many years of the Yorkshire Television drama series Emmerdale.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Esholt   (160 words)

  
 Esholt Park   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The meeting at Esholt Park offers a new challenge in the sport of sprinting for those who think sprinting is easy, ie, just driving in a straight line.
Esholt Park throws all that out of the window.
Setting a new record of 13.82 now means that all track records are now in the 13 second bracket, our aim now is to set them in the twelves so watch this space.
www.100-mph-lambretta.com /news/esholt.htm   (559 words)

  
 Esholt Sports
Esholt Sports Club is a rapidly developing club with a family atmosphere.
Everybody who visits comments on how welcome they are made to feel.
If you would like more information please click on one of the options on the left of your screen or please feel free to drop in at the club.
www.esholtsports.co.uk   (92 words)

  
 Esholt Cricket Club - JCT600 Bradford Cricket League - Division 2
Esholt Cricket Club - JCT600 Bradford Cricket League - Division 2
Esholt Cricket Club was formed in 1895 (read our History) and is currently has teams in the JCT600 Bradford Cricket League and the Dales Council Cricket League.
The 1st team reside in division 2 of the JCT600 Bradford League where as the 2nd eleven play in the first division after gaining promotion in 2005.
www.esholtcc.com   (0 words)

  
 Spen Victoria V Esholt
Spen were put into bat but could only manage 98 all out in their 30 overs woth only MAtt Speck, Chris Elstub, Stuart Cope, Jonothan Rudge making double figures.
Spen did not make any impact with the ball as Esholt reached 76 before Joel Pollard removed Richard Whitehurst who made 57 in just 39 balls.
Esholt finally won the game with still 15 overs to go.
www.spenvictoria.com /1stmatchreports01.htm   (102 words)

  
 Civ. Eng. Pages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A pilot-scale waste stabilisation pond system is being operated at Esholt STW (located in the north of Bradford and owned by Yorkshire Water) which is designed to determine the best operational regime for facultative and maturation ponds to achieve consent level discharge requirements throughout the year.
Esholt sewage treatment works is situated north of Bradford and approximately 1 mile south-east of Guiseley, Yorkshire.
Take the A65 from Leeds, turn left on to Apperley Lane (A658) and turn right into The Avenue (a printable map is available) and follow the road to the works.
www.leeds.ac.uk /civil/ceri/water/ukponds/research/esholt/esholt.html   (375 words)

  
 Yorkshire Water :: Esholt
Over the next four years, we’ll be investing £62 million at Esholt, and over £227 million throughout the Yorkshire region, to comply with the European Freshwater Fish Directive.
Esholt is Yorkshire Water’s largest waste water treatment works and is spread over 300 hectares.
The work is taking place within the Esholt site but local residents may notice an increase in traffic to and from the site.
www.yorkshirewater.com /?OBH=2971   (433 words)

  
 Local bus, coach and rail information for Esholt
Esholt is in the West Yorkshire council area (Postcode: BD17).
A map of Esholt can be found here.
Information on hotels near Esholt is available here, holiday cottages are available in this area and other holiday accommodation.
www.carlberry.co.uk /rfnshowl.asp?L1=ESH003   (238 words)

  
 The Lou Vincent Site   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Esholt's overseas star Lou Vincent produced the highest individual score of the season as he helped them to secure an emphatic 136-run victory over Keighley.
Vincent made an unbeaten 137 - an innings which contained six sixes and 18 fours - as Esholt raced to a total of 260 for three and declared after 41 overs.
Keighley had no answer to the onslaught and quickly plunged into trouble at 16 for three when they replied.
www.geocities.com /louvincent2001/article011.html   (267 words)

  
 Guiseley with Esholt Saint Paul's church
The church was built in 1839 by William Rookes Crompton-Stansfield for use as a private family chapel.
T.H. and F. Healey of Bradford, and the faculty records that the estimated cost would be £259.
With effect from 1st June 1983 the parish merged with that of Guiseley to become the Parish of Guiseley with Esholt.
www.guiseley.supanet.com /saintpaul.htm   (0 words)

  
 Esholt - Ask.com UK Image Search
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Derivation of name The name "Esholt" indicates that the village was first established in a heavily wooded area of ash trees.
History In the 12th century, the Esholt estate was owned by Syningthwaite...
images.uk.ask.com /pictures?o=0&pstart=&qsrc=6&l=dir&q=Esholt   (64 words)

  
 Esholt STW Installation of ChannelMag
The following pictures show the 2 x CM24" flat electromagnetic open channel Flowmeter being installed at Esholt STW.
The meter was required as the exisiting flume - whilst accurate under normal flow - would back-up if there was a downstream obstruction, the level would rise without flow, which was then seen as a high flow rate and the plant would be overtreated.
The Warren Jones system had just been verified.
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 The Old School House, Esholt   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Development and improvements to the village of Esholt occurred in 18th or early 19th century and many of the estate dwellings within the village date from this period.
The church of St Peter, the Church School, and Wesleyan Chapel were built around the mid-19th century.
Many brides who were married at Esholt will have passed through this lichgate on their way to the little church of St. Peter which is just along the path.
www.brianlambert.btinternet.co.uk /pic77.htm   (101 words)

  
 TrustWatch Search
Esholt, near Bradford, West Yorkshire - former setting of Yorkshire...
Esholt, near Bradford, West Yorkshire - former setting of Yorkshire TV's Emmerdale...
The name "Esholt" indicates that the village was first established in a heavily wooded area of ash trees.
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 Flowers Delivery Esholt UK | Florists in Esholt UK| Send Flowers Esholt UK | Flower Shop Esholt UK | Wedding Bouquets | ...
Monday to Friday we can take orders for flowers, chocolates, wine, balloons and teddies for next day delivery to Esholt, Yorkshire up to 5pm on the day prior to delivery (with some exclusions).
For Saturday deliveries to Esholt, Yorkshire there is a small surcharge, to cover the surcharges charged to us by our distribution partner.
So if you want to send Valentine’s Day flowers to Esholt, Yorkshire or maybe to make your mother in Esholt, Yorkshire feel special with our Mother’s Day flowers then we’d love to help.
www.arenaflowers.com /flower_delivery/florists_in_esholt_yorkshire_england_uk   (718 words)

  
 Esholt (United Kingdom) map - nona.net
Esholt is a populated place in United Kingdom.
An overview map of the region around Esholt is displayed below.
download a GPX waypoint file of Esholt for your GPS receiver
nona.net /features/map/placedetail.626506/Esholt   (87 words)

  
 edie news centre - Flat Electromagnetic Flowmeter Solves Flume Problems at Esholt STW
It was installed in a 3 mtrs wide inlet channel at the Esholt STW for Yorkshire Water in less than 4 hours from full to full again.
ChannelMag was installed despite Esholt STW having an accurate flume in the inlet channel.
The flume however gave incorrect data when the effluent backed up due to a downstream blockage.
www.edie.net /news/news_story.asp?id=8682   (418 words)

  
 Yeadon: History and Court Rolls CD rom
“The Court Rolls of Yeadon and Esholt Priory 1361 to 1476” is an English translation of the surviving 107 records of the courts held in Yeadon, charters, deeds and rentals for this late medieval period.
They provide an excellent primary source for the study of a small, densely wooded township dominated by the Prioresses of the local convent.
The Introduction to “The Court Rolls of Yeadon and Esholt Priory 1361 to 1476”
blunham.com /CDroms/Descriptions/Yeadon.html   (223 words)

  
 BusinessHeader
The text was agreed and once the end-of-year financial report was prepared the document would be circulated to all members in early November.
(i) Esholt SC required additional financial support and would be holding an EGM, with the proposal that all members (and those of affiliated clubs) pay a £10 capitation fee for the use of the Esholt facilities.
(v) Despite uncertainty over fees to Esholt SC and the capitation fee to the successor of the NoEAA, membership fees for 2006 would remain as for 2005.
www.stbedesac.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk /Business.htm   (1438 words)

  
 lettingsearch Property to Rent in Esholt renting property in Esholt Property Rentals in Esholt rent property in Esholt
We have complete property listings - These contain detailed information about the available properties to rent in Esholt and it's surrounding area, all of which have been added and regularly updated by the letting agents in and around Esholt.
Welcome to Esholt a national directory of houses and property to rent, collecting rental data from local letting agents.
Using Esholt letting will help you find acommodation in your area.
www.lettingsearch.co.uk /west_yorkshire/property_rent_esholt.php   (417 words)

  
 The Art Fund - Esholt Priory Charter
Made for Margaret, Lady Clifford; by descent to Colonel Crompton-Stansfield, Esholt Hall, 1880; Sotheby's 19/6/1990, lot 70.
The document is a licence under letters patent of Richard III permitting Margaret Clifford to give the advowson of the church of Belton-in-Axholme, Lincolnshire, to the Priory of Esholt, with power for the Priory to appropriate the revenues of the living.
But to help others explore Art Saved, add your own ArtWord.
www.artfund.org /artwork/4435/esholt-priory-charter   (108 words)

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