Pecket Well



Pecket Well is a village in Wadsworth, north of Hebden Bridge and on the road to Keighley, and is a part of the township of Wadsworth.

The name Becket's Well was used in the 19th century.

The name may be derived from Becket of Thomas à Becket.

Until 1998, there was still fustian manufacturing in Pecket Well Shed.

Some sites, sights and other entries for Pecket Well

Allswell Farm, Pecket Well

Bare Clough, Pecket Well
Bedlam Hill, Pecket Well

Co-Op Buildings, Pecket Well
Crimsworth Cottage, Pecket Well
Crimsworth Farm, Pecket Well
Crimsworth Reading & Recreation Room, Pecket Well

Delph End Quarry, Pecket Well
Duck Hill, Wadsworth

Far Bent Head Farm, Pecket Well

Gibraltar Farm, Pecket Well
Grain Farm, Pecket Well

Halfpenny Hole Clough, Pecket Well
Haworth Hall, Pecket Well
High Crag, Pecket Well
Higher Brown Knoll, Wadsworth
Horse Bridge, Pecket Well
Horse-bridge Clough, Pecket Well
Lower Crimsworth Farm, Pecket Well
Lumb Bridge, Pecket Well

E. Moses

Naze Hill, Pecket Well
Near Bent Head Farm, Pecket Well

Pecket Bar, Pecket Well
Pecket Well Cricket Club
Pecket Well Industrial & Co-operative Society
Pecket Well Leek & Onion Club
Pecket Well Methodist Chapel
Pecket Well Mill
Pecket Well War Memorial

Robin Hood, Pecket Well
Roms Hill, Pecket Well

Shackleton Moor
Spa Clough, Pecket Well

Wadsworth War Memorial




© Malcolm Bull 2018
Revised 08:34 /5th March 2018 / mmp34 / 6170

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