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Normanton suffered decline in the years following the miners' strike. The railway station was in such a state of neglect and disrepair that the decision was made to demolish it in 1986; the section of railway line between Goosehill Junction and Crofton Interchange were lifted the year after. Very little now remains of Normanton's railway and mining heritage.

In Normantune there are 10 carucates for geld, which 5 plows can plough. 2 thegns had 2 manors there T.R.E. Now, in the King's hand there are 6 villeins there, and 3 bordars, a priest and a church, with 3 ploughs, 3 acres (12,000 m2) of meadow. Pasturable wood (land) 6 furlongs in length and 1 in breadth. The whole of this land lies in the soc of Wachefelt, except the Church. T.R.E. it was worth 12s: now (it is worth) 10s.[4]

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Normanton is a town and civil parish in the City of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England. It is north-east of Wakefield and south-west of Castleford, and at the time of the 2011 Census, the population was 20,872.[1] The Normanton ward of the Wakefield City Council had a population of 16,220 at the 2011 Census.[2]

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Featherstone.: The Precinct, Station Lane, and surrounding streets. youths gathering, drinking alcohol and causing Anti Social Behaviour from 1600hrs daily.  

The addition and expansion of the Eurolink Industrial Estate at Junction 31 of the M62 attracted national and multi-national corporations to locate their distribution depots to Normanton. Being centrally located within the UK, the town is served by three major motorway networks: the M62 linking Liverpool to Hull (west to east); the M1 linking Leeds to London (North to South); and the North of England via a new link between the M62 and the A1(M) at nearby Ferrybridge.

One of the earliest buildings to survive within the village is Hanson House.[6] This is set back from the church and has a timber frame construction. The building was constructed in the mid-15th century, with a later wing added in the 18th century. A fire has damaged the building, which is being restored and modernised.

The town is home to a cricket club - Normanton St John's CC, and 2 football teams - A.S. Normanton F.C. and Normanton Athletic Juniors. Arguably the biggest sport in the area is Rugby League. Normanton Knights are the town's main amateur club and play in the National Conference League.

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Newland today is kept as a nature reserve, with the remains of the estate overgrown with shrubs and plant life, the remains of Newland Hall still stand in the woodlands as a derelict building that last saw occupancy in 1972.[10] A small fishing area just outside the Newland Estate is used by local fishermen.

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The estate changed hands of ownership a number of times since King Henry VIII sold the land in 1544, with final ownership landing on the Warmfield Company Limited in 1926, who ran brickworks until the mid-20th century.[citation needed]

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All Saints', is the Church of England parish church of Normanton, West Yorkshire. It is believed[by whom?] to have existed since at least 1256 and is built in the perpendicular style.

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Normanton was originally surrounded by a moat, and in Norman times was the site of an enclosed settlement (chosen for its strategic view points across the surrounding area), and became known as 'Norman - tune', or 'Norman - ton'.

Normanton: QED / Cecily Close / Huntmans Way Youths congregating in groups causing ASB towards staff and customers at the parade of shops.Running through gardens and banging on doors at Cecily Close. Evenings from 5pm


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Streethouse: Whinney Lane / George Street Anti-Social Behaviour, local youths gathering, drinking alcohol, causing damage and generally being abusive to residents. Gathering in the train station on Whinney Lane and believed to be taking drugs. Every evening.

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Normanton has become a growing commuter suburb of the Leeds City Region, with relatively cheap housing and efficient transport links. The town is still accessible via Normanton railway station, and is currently served by an unmanned island platform station with regular trains to Leeds, Castleford, Wakefield and Sheffield Meadowhall Interchange.

Altofts:  St Mary's Ave /The Crescent and Churchcroft.The ginnel running along the rear of the properties is being used by local drug addicts and youths drinking alcohol. Evenings between 4pm - 11pm