Sedbergh … A Place to Breathe

A short film for Sedbergh Market Town – a beautiful gem of a place in the stunning and often overlooked Howgill Fells, grab a brew and dream of the fells

Sedbergh ... A Place to Breathe

Mountain Biking on The Howgill Fells

A short film by Steve Cooling and the students from Sedbergh School showing the Howgill Fells and Mountain Biking

Bikes on The Howgill Fells, Sedbergh

Sedbergh & District Christmas Lights 2020

With the pandemic restrictions making Sedbergh’s traditional Late Night Opening & Light Switching-On Ceremony impossible, we thought it would be fitting to ask some of our key workers and emergency services personnel to turn on various displays around the town instead and share the videos with you.

Flying down the highest cascade waterfall in England

Aerial drone footage of Cautley Spout waterfall which tumbles a total of 650 feet (198 m) in a series of cascades down a cliff face at the head of a wild and bleak glacial valley.

🌄 Flying down THE HIGHEST WATERFALL IN ENGLAND🌄 drone..Cautley Spout

Lowgill and Howgills

Recorded while out on location near Lowgill in the shadow of the Howgills on a stunning sunny day.

The Shepherdess

A short film featuring Alison O’Neill, The Barefoot Shepherdess, filmed over the period of two days in Autumn with the aim to capture the beauty and wildness of the Howgill Fells and Alison’s life in the fells.

Castlehaw motte and bailey castle

Drone footage of the well preserved site of a Norman motte and bailey castle.

🌏Sedbergh Castlehaw Cumbria🌏...HISTORY BY DRONE SERIES....Feb 2019..

Calders and The Calf, a Howgill Fells Walk

Rather than taking the usual route from Sedbergh on to the fells this walk skirts the lower slopes of Winder before walking up Bram Rigg Beck and then ascending on the steep grassy Calders Rigg to Calders and The Calf before returning to Sedbergh via Sickers Fell and Knott.

Calders and The Calf, a Howgill Fells Walk