Wakefield is twinned with several towns and cities including:
- Castres, France
- Hénin-Beaumont, France
- Herne, Germany
- Belgorod, Russia
- Konin, Poland
- Alfeld (Leine), Germany
- Castrop-Rauxel, Germany
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