There is so much to discover in Sedbergh. For a small town, it bustles with activities and community events and there is much to see and do. For all the ‘thrill seekers’ out there, please keep in mind that we can also arrange activities for your stay from archery to bushcraft!
Discover Sedbergh, don’t leave until you’ve…
- Browsed the local guide ‘Look around’ which provides a great read and information about local events and activities. Available from most shops in town.
- Explored the many ginnels, nooks and crannies hiding a wealth history…what are those cannons lying around the town?!
- Tasted the artisan breads and cakes freshly made at ‘early o’clock’ by James and Nina at the Three Hares.
- Watched one of Farfield Mill’s resident textile artists creating something wonderful, bought one of the many beautiful handmade items in the galleries or created your own woolly wonder by joining the ‘Knitters and Natter’ group in the Weavers’ Café.
- Exhilarated yourself with an off track mountain bike trek up Winder.
- Walked a part of the Dales Way and admired the stunning rivers and hills.
- Ridden a bicycle or horse along parts of the Pennine Bridleway or the Dales Way cycle route.
- Explored ‘Castlehaw Tower’ which is a small well preserved motte and bailey castle which more recently used as an air raid look out during World War II.
- Relaxed with a pint of locally brewed beer in one of the many traditional pubs
- Found out more about the early years of the Quakers at Fox’s Pulpit at Firbank and Briggflatts Quaker Meeting House.
- Explored one of the book shops in Sedbergh and discovered a good read or three!
- Selected some treats from the Green Door, a shop lined wall to wall with traditional sweets in all shapes, colour and sizes!
- Visited the craft work shop and Laura’s Loom where bespoke handmade items will make you yearn for everything wooly and natural.
- Relaxed and stilled your mind with a retreat at the Meditation Centre in Dent.
- Taken a train from the country’s highest railway station on the Settle to Carlisle railway.
- Been on a stone carving workshop with Pip Hall in Cowgill and commissioned some work by blacksmith Lucy Sandys-Clarke.
- Bought a hearty plate of Cumberland sausage at the William Peat butchers.
- Admired the magnificent rock formations walking the Sedgwick Geological Trail.
- Explored the stunning countryside on one of the many guided walks during the Dentdale Walking Festival.
- Visited the pub with no beer (from the days of the temperance movement): the Cross Keys Inn at Cautley.
Saturday 7th – Hedge Laying Competition
For further information see www.sedbergh.org.uk.
Monday 20th – Thursday 23rd Stargazing in Sedbergh
Saturday 1st – Sedbergh Spring Show
Saturday 29th – Artisan Markets
Saturday 20th – Artisan Markets
8th – 18th Sedbergh Food & Drink Festival
Friday 23rd – Sunday 27th – Dentdale Music and Beer Festival
Saturday 24th – Artisan Markets
Saturday 1st July – Saturday 2nd July Sedbergh Cycling Festival
Saturday 22nd – Artisan Markets
Saturday 26th – Artisan Markets
Saturday 16th – Artisan Markets
Date TBC – Apple Day (Sedbergh Community Orchard Group)
Wednesday 6th – Christmas Late Night Opening
Discover Sedbergh – Annual Sheepfest Celebration
Moss ‘n’ Molly and Lamb Henry are Howgills Accommodation’s Sheepfest offerings!