Another day of beautiful Yorkshire scenery, this time in the picturesque Holme valley following the river to Holmfirth, the small market town at the heart of the valley, better known as the location for Last of the Summer Wine, the longest running comedy classic on British TV.
See Compos House, Sid’s café and Nora Batty’s house which now houses the Last of the Summer Wine exhibition and gift shop, as well as other locations used in the youthful antics of Compo, Cleggy and Foggy with Nora Batty. Explore pretty Holmfirth with its interesting shops and friendly locals and see where the river Holme meets the river Ribble on the doorstep of the Peak District National Park.
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Find out more about the Last of the Summer Eine exhibition