Thrum Hall

Thrum Hall was a rugby league stadium on Hanson Lane in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England. It was the home of Halifax RLFC for 112 years. The site on which the ground stood is now occupied by a supermarket.

Read more about Thrum Hall:  History, Other Uses, Closure

Other articles related to "thrum hall":

Thrum Hall - Closure
... Halifax sold Thrum Hall for £1.5 million to Asda for a supermarket development in 1998, and moved across town to their present home, The Shay Stadium ...
Halifax RLFC - History - Post Second World War
... Halifax remained unbeaten at their home ground of Thrum Hall between December 1952 and November 1956 ... In 1970, a concert was held at Thrum Hall in an attempt to alleviate these financial troubles ... an 82-8 win over Runcorn Highfield at Thrum Hall ...

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