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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wyke (population 14,180 - 2001 UK census) is a ward within the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council in the county of West Yorkshire, England, named after the village of Wyke. The population taken at the 2011 Census was 14,958.[1]

As well as the area of Wyke, the ward includes the adjoining hamlet of Lower Wyke, the area around Carr House, known as Carr House Gate, part of Oakenshaw (the main part of which is in Kirklees), and most of Low Moor. It is bordered on the east side by the M606 motorway and extends up to the Staygate roundabout on the north.

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St Mary's Church

Wyke Methodist Church is located at Laverack Field in Wyke.[2] The South Bradford Local History Alliance reports that "the Wesleyan movement held meetings in Wyke in the mid-19th century at a property in Wyke Lane known as Bink’s Cottage, and later at the home of Joseph Clark near the Temperance Hall. The original chapel was built in 1869 and was officially opened in 1871. A Sunday School was added in 1913."[3]

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Councillors

Wyke is represented on Bradford Council by three Labour Party councillors, David Warburton, Sarah Ferriby and Rosie Watson.[4]

Election Councillor Councillor Councillor
2004 David Warburton (Lab) James Graham Lewthwaite (BNP) Max Cummins (Lab)
2006 David Warburton (Lab) James Lewthwaite (BNP) Max Cummins (Lab)
2007 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) Max Cummins (Lab)
2008 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) David Robinson (Lab)
2010 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) David Robinson (Lab)
2011 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) David Robinson (Lab)
2012 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) David Robinson (Lab)
2014 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) David Robinson (Lab)
2015 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) David Robinson (Lab)
2016 David Warburton (Lab) Sarah Ferriby (Lab) Rosie Watson (Lab)

     indicates seat up for re-election.

References

  1. ^ "City of Bradford Ward population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 22 February 2016.
  2. ^ Wyke Methodist Church, accessed 5 August 2016
  3. ^ South Bradford Local History Alliance, Wyke Methodist Church, accessed 5 August 2016
  4. ^ "Your councillors by ward". bradford.moderngov.co.uk. City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Retrieved 28 September 2017.

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