The King's Head pub in Kettlewell is said to have at one time been the village's workhouse. Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 43 in number, representing its 41 constituent parishes and townships as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one): West Riding of Yorkshire: Addingham, Appletreewick, Bank Newton, Barden, Barnoldswick, Bolton Abbey, Bradleys Both, Bracewell, Brogden with Admergill, Broughton with Elslack, Buckden, Burnsall with Thorpe, Calton, Carlton, Coates, Cold Coniston, Conistone with Kilnsay, Cracoe, Draughton, East Halton, Embsay with Eastby, Eshton, Farnhill with Cononley, Flasby with Winterburn, Gargrave, Glusburn, Grassington, Hartlington, Hazlewood with Storiths, Hebden, Hetton with Bordley, Kettlewell with Starbotton, Kildwick, Linton, Marton Both, Rilston, Salterforth, Skipton (3), Stirton with Thorlby, Thornton, Threshfield.
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All our Fat Badgers originate from the 'Forbes' clan - an ancient order of Badgers who's sett, located in Badger Lane, Badger has been established for over three centuries.
Over the years various Badgers have moved on to new territories to sniff out the best eating and drinking establishments.
It was inhabited until around 1910, then subsequently used as a practice venue by the village band, thus becoming known as the "Band 'Ole".
The previously derelict building has recently (2009) been refurbished and extended.
Industry is concentrated in the towns of Luton, Dunstable, and Bedford.