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HALINA KING

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I come from and live in the lovely Pontefract villages of South Elmsall and South Kirkby, both civil parishes in the City of Wakefield See Map; these West Yorkshire villages are situated out in the countryside, somewhere roundabout in the middle of Barnsley, Castleford, Doncaster and Wakefield.

I hope that after visiting my web site, you will want to pay these lovely villages a visit; it's worth a day at least, just to explore the calming local walks and have a picnic.

I was a local hairdresser here for many years, but due to unforseen circumstances I am no longer able to follow this career; however, I have now got a degree in computing from Huddersfield University and have decided to create this website to let people like you, know all about Yorkshire and the area where I live.

So, here is a little bit about where I live: even though South Elmsall and South Kirkby are different villages, they have both grown in size and have near enough merged into one large village, it is now difficult to know where one stops and the other starts; the name “Kirkby” derives from the old English word “Kirk” meaning church and the Old Norse “by” denoting village; thus the word “Kirkby” means village with a church.

According to the Doomsday book of 1086, the records show that South and North Elmsall were separate settlements; South Kirkby, Moorthorpe and Minsthorpe were also settlements, but were probably no more than small farmsteads, that were growing alongside.

The villages remained small agricultural communities for centuries and it's farming changed little from its Saxon origins right up to the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.

North Elmsall has remained small, still no more than a hamlet; although some estates that have been built on the edge of Upton and South Elmsall do fall within its parish boundaries.

However, South Elmsall grew rapidly, but by 1893 it still had only 58 houses, which were mostly occupied by farmers and farm workers; corn milling was one of the main industries in the village, with a windmill on Elmsall Hill and a water mill which stood on the railway's site of the old Railway Hotel; the mills were finally replaced by a steam driven mill.

South Elmsall was largely a small farming settlement until the industrial revolution and the sinking of collieries caused a boom in population and a need for modern housing for the workforce, which left the village with a mixture of stone and brick buildings; before the opening of the collieries, South Elmsall village was centred on Elmsall Hill; even today many of the oldest buildings are found there, the village stretched from the original Chequers Public House; on Barnsley Road, as a long line of limestone cottages to the top of Elmsall Hill.

The village began its change in the late 19th century; in 1866 the Doncaster to Wakefield Railway was completed and this meant that people could reach nearby villages more easily; before this the people of South Elmsall and Kirkby would visit the villages of Doncaster, Wakefield, Pontefract and Barnsley by wagons which went along the pot holed, muddy roads once a week; the bus service into South Elmsall and Kirkby did not begin until the early 20th century.

The opening of Frickley Colliery in 1903 left North Elmsall a quiet backwater, but changed South Elmsall from a quiet rural village into the village that it is today; Frickley Colliery was one of the largest in the whole country; the colliery was named after the nearby village of Frickley in South Yorkshire which continues to be the home of the Warde-Aldham family who owned the coal reseves exploited by the pit.

When Frickley and neighbouring South Kirkby collieries opened the population grew rapidly and the villages spread until, today, South Elmsall, South Kirkby, Moorthorpe and Minsthorpe have no obvious visible boundaries between them and the villages appear more like a small country village.

North Elmsall on the other hand changed very little and it became even quieter, compared to the other villages, when the Doncaster to Wakefield road bypassed the village.

The Frickley and South Kirkby collieries provided the lifeblood to South Elmsall and South Kirkby and as the pits flourished so did the villages; estates were built, as were schools, services and other small businesses, to sustain the ever growing population.

However, in October 1992 the Frickley and South Elmsall colleries were part of those intended to be closed by the government; they were given a temporary reprieve of just 13 months whilst studies showed the pit was one of the most profitable in British Coal, but the miners were forced to vote on closure of the pit in a "No Win" situation in November 1993; so despite having plentiful and easily accessible reserves, the pit closed due to politics on the 26th November 1993.

The closure of Frickley Pit followed the closures of nearby pits like Ferrymoor-Riddings in 1985, Kinsley in 1986, South Kirkby in 1988 and Grimethorpe in1992, leaving massive social and economic problems in the local area; however, the site has now been cleared and has been redeveloped as a country park.

The pits may have closed but memories remain through institutions such as the Frickley Colliery Brass Band.

Today, South Elmsall and South Kirkby are lovely quiet countryside villages with most of the local shopping and a market based around the Main Street; the local market is a central feature of South Elmsall and usually hosts more than 100 trading stalls; the South Elmsall and Moorthorpe Railway stations make train travel easy.


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