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The club is open weekdays from 7.00pm and on weekends from 12.00 noon. New members are most welcome.

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Established over 120 years ago in 1895, Liversedge Tennis Club has evolved into a modern, forward-looking tennis club with excellent facilities and a friendly atmosphere where players of all standards will find a warm welcome.

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Liversedge is recorded in the Domesday Book as Livresec, a manor belonging to Radulf, a vassal of Ilbert de Lacy. There are two possible etymologies for the name: from the Old English Lēofheres-ecg meaning 'a ridge or edge belonging to Lēofhere';[3][4][5] or, alternatively, the first element could have originally been *Lēfer-, related to the Old English word lifer used in the sense of 'thick clotted water', and the second element secg, 'a bed of reeds or rushes'.[5]

Liversedge Cricket Club would like to welcome all members new and old to our Club. The Club is open 7 days a week.  Tel 01924 403992.

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Liversedge has a Wakefield postcode (WF15). Some areas have a Wakefield dialling code (01924) while others have a Bradford dialling code (01274).

Politically, for Kirklees Council, the Leeds/Huddersfield Road acts as a boundary between electoral wards. Roberttown, Hightown and Littletown are within the Liversedge and Gomersal ward, while Norristhorpe and Flush are part of the Heckmondwike ward.

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There are also many Sunday League football teams in and around Liversedge playing in the Heavy Woollen Sunday League.

Liversedge is a township in the former parish of Birstall,[1] in the metropolitan borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Liversedge lies between Cleckheaton and Heckmondwike. The Kirklees ward is now called Liversedge and Gomersall with a population at the 2011 Census of 19,420.[2]

Liversedge has a church that was built at the time of the Battle of Waterloo. Healds Hall, formerly the Spenborough Museum, is now a hotel. In the days of Charlotte Brontë it was home to Hammond Roberson whom she transformed into the Reverend Matthewman Helstone in her novel Shirley.

Liversedge F.C. are a football club in the football league pyramid, playing in the Northern Counties East Football League Premier Division for the 10–11 season. They play at Clayborn, 1 km from Cleckheaton town centre.

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Liversedge comprises several settlements that are all distinctive. Norristhorpe clings to one side of the Spen Valley, looking over the town of Heckmondwike. Roberttown is on the opposite side of the A62. Millbridge is the geographical centre of Liversedge and, with the neighbouring village of Flush, is the place the mills of the woollen industry stood. Towards Cleckheaton are Hightown, Littletown and Popeley Hill.

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We have 4 all weather courts; 2 of which are floodlit, a recently refurbished clubhouse with changing rooms, showers, bar, lounge and kitchen area. After playing you can relax in the bar where we serve a range of alcoholic and soft drinks, have a game of pool or table tennis.  Most Saturdays there is a post social tennis quiz commencing at 5.30pm

There is only one road sign in the whole area directing motorists towards Liversedge:[citation needed] on the A649 Halifax Road from Bailiff Bridge, with no directions from either the Huddersfield or Dewsbury and Batley sides of the settlement.

Whatever type of tennis you enjoy, then Liversedge has something for you. For competitive players the club has Men’s, Ladies & Junior teams entered in the Huddersfield and Calderdale Leagues. For the social player, courts can be booked for arranged matches or come along on a Saturday afternoon or Wednesday evening and mix-in with other members to play social doubles.

Liversedge Cricket Club play at Roberttown Lane near to the New Inn and play in the Central Yorkshire League.

Tel: 07748 836 848 Email: [email protected]/* */ Address: Richmond Park Avenue Roberttown Lane, Liversedge, WF15 7NZ

Junior tennis is thriving at Liversedge and it is our aim to develop as many young players as possible. Juniors are encouraged to become club members and most do, either individually or as part of a family. However, junior coaching is open to all children between 6 and 18 years of age every Saturday morning throughout the year.