If you need solicitors in Holmfirth, O’Donnell Solicitors is your go-to team. We’re a no-nonsense group of solicitors who provide a broad range of legal services to families, individuals, and businesses in Holmfirth and the surrounding areas.
Our highly skilled team of award-winning solicitors in Holmfirth will offer you practical and clear guidance, regardless of your legal issue. We’ll also tailor our services to suit your budget and help you achieve a favourable outcome.
Working with our solicitors
We have three offices located in Grasscroft and two in Uppermill village, all conveniently situated for clients in Holmfirth. If you prefer, we also offer online consultations to accommodate your needs better.
At O’Donnell Solicitors, we understand the importance of managing costs, especially in today’s economy. That’s why we offer personalised services that can be tailored to meet your specific requirements and budget. We aim to assist you with your legal needs while ensuring reasonable costs.
Why choose O’Donnell Solicitors in Holmfirth?
If you need honest and comprehensive support for your legal needs in business, family, or private client law, trust the team at O’Donnell Solicitors. We’re dedicated to providing straightforward advice and all-encompassing assistance to help you achieve your goals.
Our firm has a strong connection with Holmfirth and the surrounding areas, and we’re committed to actively participating in the local community. We support grassroots sports teams and local charities and employ local people wherever possible.
The local area
Holmfirth is a small town in the Holme Valley of the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees in West Yorkshire, England. It is approximately 6 miles south of Huddersfield and 20 miles northeast of Manchester.
Holmfirth is known for its picturesque countryside, traditional stone cottages, and charming village atmosphere. It is a popular destination for tourists, particularly those interested in outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horseback riding. Sparth Reservoir is a man-made reservoir constructed in the 19th century as a part of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal system, built to transport goods between Manchester and Huddersfield. Picturesque hills surround the reservoir, a popular spot for walking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. The reservoir and its surrounding area are home to various species of wildlife, including several species of birds, fish, and insects. Due to its geological significance, it is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
The town is also famous for being the filming location of the long-running British television series “Last of the Summer Wine.” Compo’s Fish and Chip Restaurant is a favourite eatery in the area, named after the character Compo from the popular TV show. As such, Compo’s has become something of a pilgrimage spot for fans of the show who come to visit the town and soak up its nostalgic charm. Other popular local restaurants include Catch, Devoir and the Dyehouse.
The food production scene in Holmfirth is particularly vibrant. The Holmfirth Vineyard was established in 2007 and has become a popular destination for wine lovers and tourists. The vineyard boasts more than 7,000 vines growing on the south-facing slopes of the Pennines. Holmfirth Vineyard offers a range of activities for visitors, including vineyard tours, wine tastings, and cellar door sales. The vineyard also has a restaurant that serves food made from locally sourced ingredients and a shop where visitors can purchase wine and other gifts. In addition to producing wine, Holmfirth Vineyard hosts events throughout the year, including wine-pairing dinners, music events, and seasonal festivals. The vineyard is also available for private events, such as weddings, corporate events, and team-building activities.
Holmfirth is also home to the family-owned dairy farm and dairy products manufacturer Longley Farm. Established in 1948 by brothers Joseph and Edgar Dickinson and now run by the third generation of the family, the farm produces a range of dairy products, including yoghurts, butter, cream, and cheeses. All the products are made using traditional methods, using milk from their herd of cows, which graze in the surrounding fields. The farm has won several product awards, including the prestigious Gold Award at the World Cheese Awards. It is also accredited by several organisations, including the Soil Association and the Organic Food Federation, for its commitment to sustainable and ethical farming practices. Longley Farm has a farm shop on site, where customers can purchase their products directly from the source. They also offer guided farm and dairy tours, allowing visitors to see how their products are made and learn more about sustainable farming practices.
Holmfirth has a rich cultural heritage and vibrant arts scene, with numerous galleries and theatres and festivals throughout the year. Holmfirth hosts an annual beer festival called the Holmfirth Festival of Folk, held in May yearly. The festival celebrates traditional music, dance, and beer and features performances from local and national folk musicians and dancers. There are a variety of beers and ciders available from local breweries and cideries, as well as food stalls serving local produce. The festival occurs across several venues in Holmfirth, including pubs and outdoor spaces, and attracts thousands of visitors annually. It’s a popular event in the Holmfirth community and a great way to enjoy the local culture and drink scene.
How to contact us
To learn more about our legal services, including conveyancing, family matters, lasting powers of attorney, wills, commercial and litigation, please call the local Saddleworth office on 01457 761 320 or fill in our online form to book an appointment today! Or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will give you a callback.