Recently, a Tesco supermarket has been built on the former site of the areas coal industry's central workshops. This development led to the demolition of the old Conservative Club building but led to the construction of a brand new building, courtesy of the supermarket chain. Nearby are Iceland (supermarket) and Aldi supermarkets and other shops and restaurants. This area of Haydock is now considered the main retail section of Haydock.
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Further ward profile changes in 2007 to those made in 2004 extended the Haydock ward, reducing the Billinge and Seneley Green Ward. Part of the Haydock Royal Air Force site housing development, including Slag Lane along with a section of Liverpool Road, was appropriated to Haydock and Blackbrook wards respectively, for electoral purposes. Seneley Green Parish Council continue to collect the parish precept and have authority on planning issues.
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Enjoy an afternoon of racing action featuring The Last Fling.
See the spectacular surroundings of our unique venue - the perfect place to host your wedding.
King George V playing fields houses a play area, astro-turf pitch and is home to Haydock Juniors and local open age football teams. In 2009, Brazilian Soccer Schools was launched in Haydock for local junior players which grew and became a Football and Futebol de Salao centre for Lancashire and Merseyside.
In 1983 Haydock, along with the town of Newton-le-Willows, was incorporated into the St Helens North Constituency.
We can guarantee an enjoyable experience for both our members and visitors alike. Our aim is to create a modern and vibrant golf club where people feel welcomed and relaxed; you can also celebrate birthdays, weddings and anniversaries in our large function room overlooking the 9th and 18th Green.
Join us for one of the most awaited meetings at Haydock Park
The track is a mostly flat left-handed oval of around 1 mile 5 furlongs with a slight rise on the four and a half furlong run-in. An extension or "chute" to the straight allows sprints of up to six furlongs to be run on a straight course. There are courses for flat racing and National Hunt racing.
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Before nationalisation of the coal industry in 1947, Haydock's collieries were principally operated by Richard Evans & Co, whose name can be found today in two of the village's schools, Richard Evans Infant School and Richard Evans Junior School, which closed in 2006 due to falling pupil numbers. The school is now used as a music centre by the local Valley Brass Band who take their name from the Grange Valley area of Haydock.
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Changing local administrative boundaries in 1933 transferred 16 acres of land to the Ashton in Makerfield civil parish which is, today, one of the seven parishes of St.Helens.
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The placename is from Celtic heidd, meaning "barley, wheat" with the suffix -aco meaning "place". An undated source refers to the name as Heidiog. The village is often referred to by the colloquial name of 'Yick', and its inhabitants may be referred to as 'Yickers'.
A tree lined parkland flat course offers the new and experienced player a challenge for your golfing skills.
Between 1830 and 1983 Haydock was part of the Newton constituency. In 1983 the Newton constituency containing Golborne Urban District, Irlam Urban District, Newton-le-Willows Urban District, Warrington Rural District (containing Winwick) was divided by the Parliamentary Constituencies Act.
Haydock is a village within the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, in Merseyside, England. Historically in Lancashire, it contains all of the Haydock electoral ward and a section of the Blackbrook electoral ward. The village is located roughly midway between Liverpool and Manchester and contains the junction of the M6 motorway and the A580 (East Lancashire Road). At the 2001 Census, the village had a population of 11,962, reducing to 11,416 at the 2011 Census.
Afternoon raceday at Haydock Park with our resident DJ live after racing
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The course is open and in great condition. Would all members and visitors please remember to replace divots, repair pitch marks and rake bunkers.
It was awarded Racecourse of the Year in 1998 and 2000.
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Surrounded by agricultural farmland, much of the village's expansion was due to mining and canal transport. In the early 1900s Haydock had no fewer than three railway stations - Haydock, Ashton-in-Makerfield and Haydock Park - along the line which passed through from St.Helens to Lowton.
Haydock was a township in the parish of Winwick before being made a Civil Parish in 1866. The village was in the Poor Law Union of Warrington in the 19th century before being created an Urban District in 1894.
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Haydock Park Golf Club is located very close to Junction 23 of the M6 and M62 Motorways. A course originally designed by James Braid and the third oldest in Lancashire.
Other schools in the area include Haydock High School, Legh Vale Primary School, St. James' Church of England Primary, Grange Valley Primary School and English Martyrs Primary School. Haydock High School was also previously named Haydock Secondary Modern School. Haydock has many sport facilities including Haydock Park Racecourse, Haydock Cricket Club, Haydock leisure centre. Haydock is also home to Independente Futsal Club the first 5v5 Futsal Club in the county.
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