coming down off the M6 and round that sharp right turn, with the valley stretched out before me, and the Howgills greet me – a glorious set of mountains. The road bends sharply so I always treat myself to slow down and enjoy the view – what a drive in!” Mark Richards, writer & broadcaster
In September 2015 Sheepfest celebrated the Chinese year of the sheep with over 80 wonderful sheep created by the people of Sedbergh for the Sheep Trail throughout Sedbergh and Farfield Mill and staged a range of Chinese and sheep related events and activities.
Hugging a lovely spot between the Howgill Fells, the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.
Sedbergh’s rivers provide the opportunity to relax, canoe or fish.
Sedbergh was mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Book towns tend to be small towns or villages located mostly in rural areas – and Sedbergh is no exception.
Sedbergh was granted a market charter by Henry III in 1251
Sedbergh School was founded in 1525
Commemoration Service, Faure Requiem