Coronavirus news - 26th July 2020

Shops, cafes and pubs in Sedbergh have now reopened and accommodation providers are ready to welcome you. Visit us to explore the quiet and hidden Howgill fells and peaceful river valleys, away from the honeypots of the Lakes and the Dales.

Please respect social distancing and use face coverings in our shops. And please do not leave any litter!

The church remained in the family’s ownership until 1918, and was declared redundant in 1984. It is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust and is open to visitors every day.

The furniture and fittings are of exceptional quality with woodwork by Waring & Gillow of Lancaster.

Interior of St. Gregory's ChurchThe stained glass windows, designed by Frederick George Simon,were installed when the church was altered in the early 1900’s. They are unusual in that, instead of religious themes. most of them depict scenes of nature, including river scenes, trees, plants, and birds and animals found in the surrounding area.

Interior of St. Gregory's ChurchClick on the thumbnail images below to see full size images of some of the windows.