This elevated village stands at 1000ft above sea level a mile and a half from the steel town of Stocksbridge. A medieval manor overlooked the deep valley; its porter's lodge and archway remain. All around here there were clay mines used for the steel furnaces. Here on the left is Sundial Cottage (1830), once the post office. The village pump has been taken away, but the old smithy (centre), later a hearse house, remains. St Mary's churchyard contains the original Bolder Stone. The lychgate was erected in 1897 to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
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