One of my to-dos when I can figure out the scheduling with work and kids is to do a tour of non-league grounds in West Yorkshire, so I can identify. Hopefully Halifax Town will be off the list by the time I do it, but I doubt it.
LTF, if you're looking for a role model, you could do a lot worse than Harry Pearson's The Far Corner: A Mazy Dribble Through North-East Football. He hits Newcastle, Boro, and Sunderland, of course, but a lot of time is spent in small non-league grounds. I liked it so much I bought (and really enjoyed) his similar book on travels to agricultural fairs in Northeast England, Racing Pigs and Giant Marrows. It looks like he has one on cricket now, too, so I guess I have an addition to my reading list (which is currently a three-foot stack of books in the corner of my bedroom).
Halifax Town are in the Conference North playoffs and looking for their third promotion in four years to get back to the Conference, which is where they were when they went bust. Unfortunately, Chester (another phoenix club) lapped the league this year with a team that might have won the Conference if they'd been up there. Chester, incidentally, are almost certain to finish more than 100 points above Hinckley United, which must be some kind of record.