History of the Village
Colton as you enter the village.
The number of residents is very little changed as we have had no houses built in the village in the last 5 years.
Colton today is a small rural village with very few amenities. There is still a school, a church, two pubs and a village hall but no shops. Most residents work in the surrounding towns.
There is a thriving community however with lots of activities and events organised by the village including the history society!
For an insight into the village today go to Colton Parish Website.
|A Short History of the Village
People and events that have played a part in Colton's long history. (click here)
|Bronze Age Evidence in Colton
Local finds reveal evidence of Bronze Age activity. (click here)
|Saxon and Norman Colton
What the Domesday book had to say about Colton. (click here)
What we know went on in the middle ages in Colton. (click here)
|The Manors of Colton
Who were the lords of the manor? (click here)
|Colton in the 17th. & 18th. centuries
Some interesting incidents involving Colton residents. (click here)
|Colton in the 19th. & 20th. centuries
Victorian times and Colton through two World Wars. (click here)
Colton now and its hopes for the future. (click here)