Cullingworth - Village

Cullingworth is a village, civil parish, a popular commuter settlement serving the nearby towns, has a maritime climate, the similar rest, is in the eastern foothills of the South Pennines and is served by regular bus services. The village has undergone expansion in recent years, had a population, is Looking to build a new hall and was served by the Queensbury Lines of the Great Northern Railway. Governance Cullingworth is a civil parish with a parish council. Education Parkside School educates local 1,200 pupils from Cullingworth. Transport Cullingworth is situated at the crossroads of the B6144. The railway line route is part of the National Cycle Network. People Cullingworth was home, Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew. The line opened to Keighley goods depot on 1st April, was extended to Keighley, used to pass under the Worth Valley line. Keighley abandoned railway cutting, Phill Davison The half. Diesel locomotives appeared on the line around this time.

Village, Civil parish, Popular commuter settlement serving the nearby towns, Civil parish with a parish council, Eastern foothills of the South Pennines, Home, Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew