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Batley is a city located in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, about 11 kilometers from Bradford. It’s inhabited by circa 38 000 people. In doomsday book (Transcript written by the order of the William The Conquerer) original name for the city was bataleia.

Batley’s biggest hypermarket is Tesco, which is a British chain of shops. There was also The Boots the Chemist, a chain store, which unfortunately was closed in May 2015. Another one was Woolworth’s but it transformed into a small pound shop (JBM bargains). Batley’s a house for a textile mills, which is a renovated retail mill and factory outlet. Establishing this place affected positively the town’s economy and created new vacancies. Lot of independent and national fashion and homeware entrepreneurs cooperate sell their merchandise there.

Batley’s local rugby team is Batley RLFC and a junior football club called Batley Juniors F.C. The Wilton Park located in the town center is a home for Batley & Spenborough Astronomical Society and Bagshaw museum. The museum has two local history exhibitions, designed by John Lidster. The gallery contains a lot of exhibits like death masks, ethnographic artefacts and bona fide antiquities. There are also textiles collection of Japanese, Chinese and Asian origin.

Lots of notable people are associated with Batley. Like Joseph Priestley, a chemist and cleric which is responsible for the discovery of oxygen. Theodore Taylor was born in Batley, a pioneer of profit sharing and a businessman. Also, Robert Palmer a pop artist born in 1949. His biggest hit is “Addicted to Love”. Robert G. Edwards co-author of in-vitro fertalisation.

The Batley Ladies of Townswomen’s Guild played in musicals and in reenactments of historical battles. In a British surreal comedy series “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” were sketches of these acts. Also in Batley “My Spy Family” was shot. It was a British live action comedy dedicated to Children. “My Son the Fanatic” was partially shot in Wilton Park.


Where to buy cotton face masks in Batley?

We recommend ordering the cotton face masks from our online shop. We supply ordered products from our warehouse in UK.

 

How quickly should i get the ordered Cotton face masks?

Shipment is done by RoyalMail. We sent orders the same day or next workday. They’re normally provided after 2-3 days.

What are the cotton face masks made of?

Main ingredients of the cotton face masks are high quality cotton and polyester which provides additional filter. The rubber tape allows to put the mask on your ears. The cotton face masks can be launder in 60 Celsius degrees and ironed in 120 Celsius degrees. It’s recommended to iron the product only from the side of the cotton layer to not damage the filter.

 


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