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It is a memorial to those from the Wadsworth Parish who died in the two World Wars.

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Right of centre the chimneys of Midgehole Upper and Lower Mills just discernible. Right of centre on the hilltop is Pecket Well.

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Situated on Smeakin Hill. Built to commemorate those from Wadsworth who wee killed in the First World War, 34 names. Six further names were added after the Second World War

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The War Memorial at Smeakin Hill to the 33 men of Wadsworth who lost their lives in the war of 1914 – 1918 was unveiled on 23rd September 1923 by Major Robert H. Barker.
Roughly based on Stoodley Pike, it is an obelisk 41 feet high (Stoodley is 120…

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Crimsworth Terrace is towards the left of the picture and Pecket Well at the top.

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30th October 1920. An outing of 37 people from the Robin Hood Inn at Pecket Well to Keighley ended in disaster when their charabanc overturned on a bend coming down from Cock Hill to Oxenhope. Five people were killed and four seriously injured. The…

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Beyond the cluster of cottages is the road to Old town and the old property to the right of that on the brow of the hill is Akroyd.

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Behind the Methodist Church can be seen Pecket Shed, one of the last fustian weaving mills, seems to crowd in on the Methodist Chapel.

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Pecket Shed, one of the last fustian weaving mills, seems to crowd in on the Methodist Chapel.
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