Brighouse (disambiguation)


Brighouse (disambiguation)

Brighouse is a town in West Yorkshire, England. It may also refer to:
* Brighouse High School
* Brighouse railway station
* Brighouse Town FC

People

* Harold Brighouse, an English playwright and author.
* Harry Brighouse, a British political philosopher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
* Tim Brighouse, a British educator and former Schools Commissioner for London.

Places

* Brighouse and Spenborough (UK Parliament constituency), a former British parliamentary constituency.
* Richmond-Brighouse Station, a proposed Rapid transit terminus in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.
* Samuel Brighouse Elementary, a school in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.


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