Coronavirus News - 22nd July 2021

Government restrictions have now been lifted but there is still a high incidence of COVID-19 in the area. Please continue to observe social distancing, wear face coverings in our shops and use the hand sanitiser provided

St Andrew’s Church building and bells

St Andrew’s Church is the oldest building by far in Sedbergh, dating from around 1130. ... More

Farfield Mill

Farfield Mill is a superb arts and heritage centre reached by a beautiful riverside walk, or a short drive, from Sedbergh. ... More

The Sedbergh Embroidery

Part of the Sedbergh Embroidery

Two fabulous embroideries created by local stitchers, depicting Sedbergh through the ages, are on permanent display in St Andrew’s church ... More

Brigflatts Quaker Meeting House

Brigflatts Quaker Meeting House

1½ miles from Sedbergh and an easy stroll across the fields from Birks, this grade 1 listed Friends’ Meeting House, built in 1675, is said to ... More

St Gregory’s Church

The church,  situated about 1½ miles west of Sedbergh on the A684, was built in the 1860’s by Miss Frances Upton of Ingmire Hall as a chapel ... More

Burns Beck Moss

Burn Beck Moss nature reserve

Burns Beck Moss is a small nature reserve belonging to the Cumbria Wildlife Trust. ... More