After two highly successful years the third Holmfirth Film Festival
begins on Saturday 19 May with over 40 award-winning feature films from around the world, the premier of new films and documentaries, unseen gems from the past, a great series of campaigning films and more film-based events and screenings at new venues throughout the Holme Valley. Programme and full details
Barnsley and Penistone: rambling website
Beaumont Park, near Lockwood
Barnsley Markets, Barnsley
The Cooper Gallery, Barnsley
Cycle Penistone: A cycle hire charity. Bike hire, servicing, repairs, maintenance, themed rides, group rides, corporate events.
Dearne Lea Tea Room & Ice Cream Shop, Shelley near Shepley
Elsecar Heritage Railway
Kirklees Light Railway - Yorkshire's Biggest Little Railway. You can now follow a way marked trail from Shepley Station to access the railway from the Shelley End of the Kirklees Light Railway. Click here to download the map.
The Penistone Paramount
Sheffield Winter Gardens
Sheffield Peace Gardens
Sheffield City Centre tours
Springfield Mills, Denby Dale
Stirley Community Farm
The Penistone Line offers so many walks, whether it be station to station walks, or walks from stations, guided walks, one of the links below will help you find a walk that’s best suited to you!
Walks in Kirklees
Walking in Yorkshire - Huddersfield
Walks in Penistone
Walks in Barnsley
Penistone Line guided walks
Penistone Line Trail
South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival
Wherever you go, please follow the Countryside Code
Walks in the Denby Dale area
The Denby Dale to Shepley Trail
The Pen-Den Trail
Denby & Cumberworth
Denby Dale Parish Walking Group
Denby Dale Walkers are Welcome Steering Group
Download your guide to the Penistone Line, which is bursting with tips and ideas that will inspire you to use the train.
The Penistone Line links Huddersfield and Sheffield, and provides opportunities to discover this often forgotten part of Yorkshire.
Starting your journey at Huddersfield, you will immediately notice that Huddersfield Railway Station has a sense of history. A statue of one of the town’s most famous sons, former Prime Minister Harold Wilson, stands in the recently modernised St George’s Square. A few yards away, The George Hotel hosts the Rugby League Heritage Centre in the same hotel that the professional code founded in 1895. The station which John Betjeman described as 'The finest façade of any such building in the country' maintains its original charm though, at both ends of the building, parcels offices have been replaced with real ale bars.
Trains regularly leave platform 2 heading to Sheffield. The journey takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes and passes through countryside made famous by the TV series, Last of the Summer Wine. There are some great places to visit along the line
Photo: Honley Show Committee Ltd
The Honley Show on Saturday 12th June.
The annual Honley Show
Shepley Spring Festival
Sheffield Music City
Sheffield Children’s Festival
Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival