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Ilkley

/ ˈɪlklɪ /

noun

  1. a town in N England, in Bradford unitary authority, West Yorkshire: nearby is Ilkley Moor (to the south). Pop: 13 472 (2001)


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Yet he was a good workman, and when he returned to Ilkley he was readily engaged by the farmers to plough, mow, and reap for them.

In winter he employed himself in wool-combing at a place called The Castle, near Ilkley.

He was employed as a labourer by the farmers round Ilkley; but afterwards went to live at Whitkirk, near Leeds.

In the churchyard at Ilkley are the shafts of crosses, very rudely sculptured, and undoubtedly very ancient.

Ilkley has contrived to keep an old well-house, where the water's purity is its chief attraction.

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