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Halifax has benefited from Single Regeneration Budget, European URBAN II and the Home Office’s Community Cohesion Fund money through Action Halifax who have a vision for "a prosperous, vibrant and safe centre where all sections of the community can access opportunities to enhance their quality of life."

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St Mary's Roman Catholic Church is located on the corner of Gibbet Street and Clarence Street, was originally built in 1839, rebuilt in 1864 and extended in 1924.[31]

Rail passenger representation is organised by the local users' group, the Halifax and District Rail Action Group (HADRAG).[17]

The rail line leading from Halifax due north towards Keighley (and thus towards Skipton, Morecambe and Carlisle) with a further branch to Bradford via Queensbury saw its last through services in May 1955, although parts of the route, which was extremely heavily engineered with long tunnels and high, spectacular, viaducts, have now been repaired and revived by Sustrans as a walking and cycle route.

Eureka! The National Children's Museum was inspired and opened by Prince Charles in the summer of 1992 and is in part of the railway station. Once the home of the diarist Anne Lister, Shibden Hall is just outside Halifax in the neighbouring Shibden Valley. Dean Clough, a refurbished worsted spinning mill, is the home of Barrie Rutter's Northern Broadsides Theatre Company and the IOU theatre company as well as providing space for eight art galleries.

        Andover, SP10 1LJ

0345 122 1336 Open Monday to Friday 8:00am – 8:00pm,Saturday 8:00am – 6:00pmSunday 9:00am – 5:00pm General banking & account queries 0345 720 3040Open 24 hours a dayIf you need to call us from abroad, you can also call us on +44(0)113 242 1984..

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As well as the significance of the bank Halifax plc which, since 2008, is part of the Lloyds Banking Group, the town has strong associations with confectionery.

Unlike many British building societies which grew large by acquisitions and mergers, the Society chose an organic form of growth, and proceeded to open branches throughout the UK. By 1913, it was the largest building society in the UK.[2] The first office in London opened in 1924;[2] and the first offices in Scotland in 1928.[2]

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Public bus and train transportation in Halifax is managed and subsidised by the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive. It was announced in January 2009 that Halifax was to have a direct rail link to London after a long campaign backed by many, including the local paper the Courier; the service began to run on 23 May 2010.[15]

Halifax (previously known as Halifax Building Society) is a British bank operating as a trading division of Bank of Scotland, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group. It is the UK's largest provider of residential mortgages and savings accounts and came 5th overall in the British Bank Awards 2016.[1]

Halifax railway station is on the Caldervale Line, with services to Manchester Victoria, York, Selby via Bradford and Leeds; Blackpool North; via Brighouse to Huddersfield and Wakefield Westgate and to London Kings Cross via Wakefield Kirkgate. All but the London service are operated by Northern Rail.

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The town has relatively successful sports clubs. Its rugby league club, Halifax RLFC, plays in the Co-operative Championship. The town's football team, F.C. Halifax Town participates in the National League, the fifth tier of English football.

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0345 732 3436Lines are open 9:00am - 5.30pm, seven days a week. (For use by customers with hearing impairments only)

Halifax is also served by Sowerby Bridge railway station on the southwest edge of the town, just to the south of the River Calder.

The town's 19th century wealth came from the cotton, wool and carpet industries and like most other Yorkshire towns had it had a large number of weaving mills many of which have been lost or converted to alternate use.

A recent survey showed Halifax to have above average levels of drink-related violence and associated issues.[22]

On Boxing Day 2000, Halifax started a successful marketing campaign, which was continued after the creations of HBOS.

The Shay football ground has been the home of the town's football club since 1921. The ground was substantially redeveloped in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, with money provided by the Football Foundation and funds raised or provided by the local community and Calderdale Council.

In December 2006 it was announced that Calderdale College, in partnership with Leeds Beckett University, opened a new higher education institution in January 2007 called 'University Centre Calderdale'.[20]

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There is also an amateur rugby league club at Siddal.[27]


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Calderdale College is a further education college located on Francis Street, just off King Cross Road, in the west of the town. The Maltings College opened in 2013 and offers a range of vocational sixth form courses.

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It is named after the town of Halifax, West Yorkshire where it was founded as a building society in 1853. By 1913 It had developed into the UK's largest building society and continued to grow and prosper and maintained this position within the UK until 1997 when it demutualised.

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Other banks in vicinity are Halifax in Andover on Charlton Place only 0.4 miles away.

As Halifax plc, the new bank was the fifth largest in the UK in terms of market capitalisation. Further expansion took place with the 1996 acquisition of Clerical Medical Fund Managers, a UK life insurance company. In 1999, the Halifax acquired the Birmingham Midshires Building Society[2] and ComparetheLoan. In 2000, Halifax established Intelligent Finance, a telephone and internet based bank.

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