The Trevor Stubley Gallery, situated in a former handloom
weaver's house (c1850) on the A635 Greenfield Road in the
Green Belt two mils from the centre of Holmfirth. The A635
is a main Trans Pennine road linking Barnsley with Manchester.
The Gallery is on the 950' contour line near the Ford Inn.
Three separate exhibition areas, the studio and
two galleries totalling 100-120 linear feet of hanging space.
Stubley was a highly prolific artist who since 1960 has illustrated
over 400 children's books and carried out around 500 commissioned
portraits including one of HM the Queen in 1986 for the Institution
of Electrical Engineers.
Parking is available immediately outside the gallery. There
is disabled access throughout.