Collingham and Linton Heritage Trail

As you walk through Collingham and Linton  you will find over 

100 Blue Plaques 

These tell the story of our villages 100 years ago

Please stop and see who lived in each house - All plaques are being positioned so that they can be read from the road or pavement so please respect home-owners privacy and don't  stray into gardens and driveways.  


Research for Linton is now complete.  Blue plaques are beginning to appear, so stop and see who lived in your village 100 years ago!

HERITAGE  TRAIL  - Collingham

See if your house had been built by 1914.  Are you able to provide more of the story from deeds and documents?  Do you have pictures or photos?  Do these facts agree with what you know? This is your story so please add to the archive.  email:

Main Street

Known as Front Street at the time of WW1, which makes sense when you know that School Lane was Back Street.

School Lane, formerly Back Lane

Church Lane, formerly Church Street

Harewood Road

The Station  -  Station Cottages were demolished when the station site was redeveloped.

Langwith Avenue

Green Lane

South  View

Langwith Park, now the Avenue

Jewitt Lane and Compton

HERITAGE TRAIL  - Micklethwaite 

Wetherby Grange



Collingham and Linton Remembers Project would be impossible without the support of our many partners including:

The Heritage Lottery Fund
Collingham with Linton Parish Council
The British Legion
Leeds Inspired
Community Web Kit provided free by BT