Coley is a district lying between Hipperholme, Northowram and Shelf. It was a part of the township of Hipperholme-cum-Brighouse.
The name was originally Coldeley and means cold pasture.
The Rishworth family moved here around 1330.
|Some sites, sights and other entries for Coley|
Birdholme, Coley Brown Horse, Coley Chapel House, Coley Chapel House, Coley Cinder Hill, Coley Coley Beck Coley Chapel Coley Chapel House Coley Church Cricket Team Coley Garden Centre Coley Hall Coley House, Coley Coley Mill Coley Mill House Coley, Parish of Coley School, Lower Shelf Coley stocks Coley Toll Bar Coley Vicarage Coley Walks Farm Rev Oliver Heywood Lumb Brook Mills, Coley
Lumb Brook, Coley Malt Shovel, Coley Morriscot, Coley Norwood Green Parish Council Old Coley Mill Inn, Norwood Green Plane Trees Farm, Coley Saint John the Baptist, Coley Saint John's Well, Coley Saint Matthew's Mission Church, Coley Sawood House, Coley Shoot, Coley Soaper House, Coley Stone Chair Underhill Farm, Coley Woodhead Tavern, Coley The Horton family of Coley
|Beerhouses & Pubs in Coley|
Several beerhouses and public houses have been recorded in and around Coley, including
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