Our Location
Map of Skelmanthorpe

Morley, Rhodes and Wainwright is located in the scenic village of Skelmanthorpe, West Yorkshire. Situated in the rural heartland of three main townships of Huddersfield, Wakefield and Barnsley, the location is ideal to serve both countryfolk and city dwellers. With Dewsbury, Bradford, Halifax, Leeds and Sheffield all within close proximity Morley, Rhodes and Wainwright is capable of making funeral services convenient to clients in all outlying areas.

Our Chapel of Rest is extremely private, set behind some of the oldest cottages in the area. With small gardens to the front of the chapel, it is a tranquil place to visit and reflect.

Car parking is sparse due to the location of the Chapel, but parking is available in the small car park at the bottom of the lane on Cumberworth Road or at the bottom of Radcliffe Street itself, just yards from the Chapel.


From the M1, Junction 39

Exit the Cedar Court roundabout, following signs for A636 Denby Dale.

Continue on the A636 until the roundabout at West Bretton. Take the 2nd exit continuing on the A636, following signs for Denby Dale.

Continue forward onto A636 Wakefield Road entering Clayton West.

Proceed through Scissett, turning right onto the B6116 after St. Augustine's Church, following signs for Kirkburton.

Continue forward onto B6116 Commercial Road and through Skelmanthorpe village centre.

Bear left after The Grove public house onto Cumberworth Road.

Take the first left into Radcliffe Street and the Chapel is after the old school building on the right.

From Huddersfield

From Shorehead Roundabout on the ring road, follow signs for A629 Sheffield.

Continue on the A629 until Waterloo. The road separates into the A642 Wakefield Road on the left and the A629 Penistone Road bears right. Continue following the signs for A629 Sheffield.

Travel through Fenay Bridge and bear left at Kirkburton onto the B6116 North Road.

Continue on the B6116 through Kirkburton and Shelley, with Shelley College on the right before Skelmanthorpe. Enter Skelmanthorpe village centre and take the first sharp right into Cumberworth Road, following signs for St Aidan's Parish Church.

Take the first left into Radcliffe Street and the Chapel is after the old school building on the right.

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