Cottontree and Winewall
|Cottontree and Winewall|
The Cotton Tree public house, Winewall Road
|Cottontree and Winewall shown within Lancashire|
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Cottontree and Winewall are two hamlets situated in the civil parish of Trawden Forest in Pendle, Lancashire. They are adjacent to one other located between the town of Colne and the village of Trawden. Cottontree is generally situated in the valley along the road that connects Colne and Trawden. Winewall is generally on the hillside overlooking Cottontree. The road that runs between Cottontree and Winewall connects to Laneshaw Bridge, Wycoller and is an alternative route to Trawden.
- "Inghamite church, Winewall, near Colne, Lancashire". Geograph Britain and Ireland. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
- Mike Baker Website - Info & Photos of Cottontree & Winewall
- Pendle Net - Winewall Webpages
- Pendle Life - Cottontree/Winewall/Trawden
- Trawden Online Website - History of Trawden, Winewall and Cottontree
- The Waddington Family of the area
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