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Hawksworth Landmarks

Cherry Fold – 2016

The owner of the cottage and donor of the photos Sue Brearley told us that the house is being renovated and these images were taken before work began.

Filter House

Exterior of the filter house building at Hawksworth.

Hawksworth Hall

Hawksworth Hall

Hawksworth Hall was home to the Hawksworth family for centuries, the earliest date evidence to be found in the house is a carved stone marked with the date 1611.

Horncliffe Well

Situated on Hawksworth Moor, this is an ancient healing well, reputedly the water never runs dry.

Lilac Cottage

Lilac Cottage (Windyridge)

This cottage was the setting of the 1912 novel ‘Windyridge’ by William Riley, born in Bradford, he was the author of 39 books.

Main Street

An early view of Main Street, on the right where the cart is parked the building is Hawksworth School.

Methodist Chapel

Land on Odda Lane was leased from Francis Hawksworth Fawkes for 100 years, the Methodist Chapel was built in 1837.

Reva Cross

The Reva Cross is an ancient landmark which forms part of a wall boundary on Hawksworth Moor


Hawksworth is a village 1 mile to the west of Guiseley, south of Menston and North of Baildon. Wikipedia Entry