Title: Hebden Bridge - Hawden Hall pre-First World War. - HLS05202
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Hebden Bridge - Hawden Hall pre-First World War. - HLS05202
Agricultural buildings, Agriculture, Animals, Barn, Buildings, Dogs, Farm, Farm house, Farmhouse, Farms, Hall, Hawden Hall, Hawden Hole, Hebden Dale, Hebden Water, Lantern Slide, Male, Man, Men, People, River, Road, Samuel Sutcliffe, Trees, William Holt
HLS05202. Originally Hawden Hole it is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in February 1817. After the First World War it was turned into Hawden Hall Holiday Camp and Tea Rooms by William Holt. The old whitewashed farmhouse has now been demolished and the barn behind it gentrified and now known as Hawdon Hall.
PHDA - Hebden Bridge Local History Society
“Hebden Bridge - Hawden Hall pre-First World War. - HLS05202,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed December 8, 2019, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/6908.