Colden is a district of Calderdale west of Heptonstall.
The name is recorded as Coldenynge , Coldenstokkbridge , Colden , and Colden Banck .
The name may mean coal valley, cold valley, place where charcoal was burnt, charcoal valley, or valley with a bridge – see Hebble, Valley.
The Great House at Colden is mentioned in 1439.
The stone slab bridge is dated to 1???, and lies along the Calderdale Way and the Pennine Way.
There were a mediæval manorial corn mill, woollen mills, and cotton mills along Colden Water here.
|Some sites, sights and other entries for Colden|
Arvon Foundation, Colden Bob Mill, Lower Colden Broadstone Baptist Church, Colden Broadstone, Heptonstall Colden Company Limited Colden Junior & Infant School Colden Manufacturing Company Limited Colden Mechanics' Institute Colden restaurant Colden Water Colden Wesleyan Chapel Colden Wesleyan School Egypt Farm, Colden Great House, Colden Hebble Hole Bridge, Colden High Gate House, Colden High Lumb Mill, Colden Hudson Fold Hall, Colden Lady Willy's Tea Rooms Land Mill, Colden
Land, Colden Less Colden Farm, Heptonstall Little Lear Ings, Colden Lower Lumb Mill, Colden May's Farm Shop, Colden Milking Bridge, Colden New Delight, Colden Noah Dale Dam, Colden Noah Dale, Colden Pad Laithe, Colden Rodmer Clough Mill, Colden Rodmer Clough, Colden Salt Pie, Colden Savile Mill, Colden School Land Farm, Colden Spink House, Colden Spinks House, Colden Sportsman, Hebden Bridge Strines bridge Whittaker Dyke Bridge, Colden
Revised 17:22 /13th March 2020 / mmc149 / 5549
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