Churches in the Yorkshire Dales
"Stones that speak of. . ." - Churches in Wharfedale, from Pendle into Skipton and of the Three Peaks
The Leeds Tithe Map Project
"Tracks in Time" - an exciting and ambitious project undertaken by West Yorkshire Archive Service. Its aim to conserve, capture digitally and provide free online access to the historic tithe maps which together span the modern Leeds Metropolitan District, including many parishes in the Wharfedale area.
A guide for residents and visitors; offers news, village history, photographs, council activities, and listings of local businesses, societies and clubs.
Burley In Wharfedale
Community pages for Burley-in-Wharfedale, includes local organisations, business directory, tourist guide and the local Design Statement.
Community pages for Ilkley, includes local organisations, business directory, tourist guide and the local Design Statement.
A wide ranging mix of information and links which is divided into townships for easy navigation, just select the Village or Township that interests you from the navigation buttons to see what information, maps, pictures etc. are available.
Although based on the historic ecclesiastical Parish of Kirkby in Malhamdale, we have also adopted some other townships that fit socially and geographically within the area (Coniston Cold, Eshton, Winterburn and Bordley) and added a Malhamdale page where you can find more general information about the area.
This site covers the history of the district and families around Laycock village and includes: Laycock, Old Braithwaite, Goose Eye, Holme House, Newsholme and all the outlying farms. Over 3,000 web pages include maps, aerial images, documents and photographs of buildings, local families and village social activities.
A Community Website dedicated to Otley and District, providing information about the town of Otley including Maps, Photos, Restaurants, ...
Browse through local information, history and photos, and visit the forum to swap stories and discuss local issues.
Washburn Society & Heritage Centre
The Washburn Heritage Centre was developed by Fewston with Blubberhouses Parochial Church Council at Fewston Church to preserve and promote the unique heritage of the Washburn Valley.