Morley Town Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed building, which was officially opened in 1895 by the Morley-born MP and future Prime Minister, H. H. Asquith.
The building retains a large amount of original features, including a traditional Victorian concert hall, a courtroom and holding cells, all of which contribute to the building being chosen often as a local filming location. ITV shows Emmerdale and Heartbeat both use the Hall for both interior and exterior shots.
The hall regularly hosts events for the Leeds International Concert Season and is at the heart of community celebrations Halloween, Bonfire Night, Christmas and throughout the year.
Map reference: SE 263277 Lat: 53.74576 Long: -1.60216
By Road: Leave the M621 motorway at junction1 and at the roundabout take the first exit towards the A6110 towards Dewsbury. Continue along the road for aover a mile and the the Ring Road Roundabout at Beeston take the third exit to A643. Continue on this road for two miles to arrive in Gildersome. Carry on this road until you see a turning for the B6127 into church street then after cary on the B2127 until you arrive at Wellington Street on your left.
By Public transport: Morley Town Hall can be accessed by train or by bus. Morley station is less than a mile away and buses numbers 46, 51, 55, 85, 87, 220 and 221 serve Morley.
Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Morley station