- Booth Bridge
- Colne Edge
- East Marton
- Green End
- Lane End
- Park Close
- West Marton
Barnoldswick was mentioned in the Domesday book as “Bernulfesuuic“ in 1086. The name of the town derives from Old English meaning “Dwelling or (dairy) farm of a man named Beornwulf or Bjornulfr”.
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