1986 South Hiendley

   South Hiendley has a population of  
 1,738.The village has 4 shops,2 pubs  
 (The Fox &The Sun) 1 church,1 chapel,2
 W.M.Cs and a parish hall which is used
 for activities of the village such    
 as: Derby & Joan club,youth club,     
 disco, Mother & Toddlers, Brownies,   
 'keep-fit'classes and brass band.     
   The 2 pubs,between them,run a       
 fishing club,an allotment society and 
 quiz and dart league teams.           
  There is a 1st school which has 105  
 children and a nursery class of 39.   
 Mrs.Devonport is one of 7 labour      
 councillors.In S.Hiendley council     
 meetings are held at the Parish Hall. 
  The old vicarage is a hostel for     
 unemployed men with 27 residents and  
 7 rooms.A bus runs every 1/2 hour into
 Wakefield.The mobile library visits   
 every Tuesday.There is one surgery    
 with 4 doctors.                       

Map of the area

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