The smallest church near the deepest lake and the highest mountain in England.
In the churchyard are graves of many climbers who have died on the surrounding fells. The roof beams are thought to have come from Viking ships. The churchwarden’s staves have a Herdwick ram’s head on one and the ewe’s head on the other.
Spectacular stained glass
Social heritage stories
Level access to the main areas
Car park at church
Café within 500m
Walkers & cyclists welcome
Space to secure your bike
* Open daily dawn to dusk.
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