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PLACES OF INTEREST TO VISIT WHILE IN OUR AREA

Bruce Loch Nature area and the Pepperpot Folly, Busk Lane.
Cautley Spout, A683 towards Kirkby Stephen:
England's highest waterfall above ground. A beautiful waterfall with panoramic views. Ideal for picnics.
Community Office, 72 Main Street:
Accessible from Joss Lane Car Park. The building houses many organisations and lots of local information.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Community Office: Information on all local natural features.
Dent and Garsdale Railway Stations: Situated on the Historic Carlisle to Settle Railway. Dent is the highest Railway Station in England and is actually up the hill from Cowgill, Dent. The 'Coal Road' links the two stations and gives panoramic views to the two Dales.
Dent Heritage Centre: Situated in Dent village, this 'Living Museum' gives an idea of what life was like in the Dales. There is an entry fee.
Farfield Mill, A684 Garsdale Road: Recently renovated Mill which houses exhibitions and crafts. There is an entry fee.
Fox's Pulpit, Firbank: George Fox preached a thousand people from this rock at the start of Quakerism in 1652.
Golf Club, Catholes, Sedbergh: One of the most scenic Courses in the country. There is an entry fee.
Grisedale:
Barry Cockcroft made a Yorkshire TV documentary on "The Dale That Died".
History Society, Community Office: Delve into the History of the area. Archives to research your ancestors that lived in the area. Probably one of the best Historical Societies in the country.
Langstone Fell, A684 Garsdale Foot: Beautiful views of Sedbergh from 4 miles out.
Motte & Bailey Castle. Castlehaw Lane. One of our links with the past.
Queen's Gardens, Station Road: Ideal for a slow leisurely walk in a natural surroundings. Take time out to watch the Crown Green Bowling in the Gardens.
Winder Fell: Access available from the town. Fantastic views of Sedbergh, The Lakes Fells, Morecambe and (on a good clear day!) Blackpool.
Sedbergh Information Centre, 72 Main Street: Lots of information available to locals and visitors.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Friends Quaker Meeting House, Brigflatts: One of the Oldest Quaker buildings in the world. Well worth a visit. 1 mile out of Sedbergh towards Kirkby Lonsdale.
Holy Trinity Church, Howgill: Church of England Services. Set in beautiful surroundings.
Methodist Church, New Street, Sedbergh: Methodist Church Services.
Methodist Church, The Laning, Dent: Methodist Church Services.
St Andrew's Church, Dent: Church of England Services.
St Andrew's Church, Main Street, Sedbergh: Church of England & Roman Catholic Services.
St. Gregory's Church, Vale of Lune: No longer used for Services but a very nice recently renovated Church with local history. Probably one of the best examples of Stain Glass Windows you will ever see.
St John the Evangelist Church, Cowgill, Dent: Church of England Services.
St John the Evangelist Church, Garsdale: Church of England Services.
St John the Evangelist Church, Firbank: Church of England Services.
St Mark's Church, Cautley: Church of England Services.
United Reformed Church, Main Street:
Church Services. The adjoining Hall is used for the weekly Wednesday Coffee Mornings for all local groups.