Places Of Interest
| Black Hills | Butterfield Homes | Cottingley Bar | Cottingley Beck | Cottingley First School | Cottingley Hall | Cottingley Manor | Cottingley Mill | Cottingley Post Office | Cottingley Town Hall | Cottingley Village | Cottingley Woods | Elsie Wrights' House | Littlelands | March Cote Farm | St. David's Ruin | St. Michael & All Angels Church | The Hut | The Parade | The Rec | The Sun Inn | The War Memorial |

Cottingley Village

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Many parts of Cottingley Village have stood up well to the tests of time. The buildings still exude charm and the roads remain narrow in a style perfectly suited to horses and carts...... not modern day motor vehicles.

Cottingley Beck flows through the heart of the village but unless you are looking for it you will probably pass it by. Running upstream behind the rows of houses eventually leads to the waterfall that so enchanted Elsie and Francis.

If you are visiting remember to ask permission before venturing on to private land and be careful not to drop any litter or cause damage.

As with any other small village, there are many life long inhabitants. Knowledge of the past is often recounted to visitors with a great sense of pride and joy. And rightly so. It was this community spirit that gave rise to the school and Town Hall all those years ago when the Government had no provisions for education.

Tranquil, friendly and very very homely. Cottingley Village in a nutshell.