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Sedbergh Town Information

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The historic Norman market town of Sedbergh has a long tradition of hand-knitting and a public school that dates back as far as 1525.

It is the only village in picturesque Dentdale and lies at a point where four valleys converge.

Dominating the area is Whernside, the highest fell in the National Park, and the spectacular Howgill Fells which, unlike other rocks in the Dales, are smooth and rounded.
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The Howgills Sedbergh Photo © Charles Rawding
The Howgills Sedbergh -
Photo: Charles Rawding CCL

Brigflatts Sedbergh Photo © Carl Bendelow
Brigflatts Sedbergh -
Photo: Carl Bendelow CCL

blank image The Quaker George Fox preached in the town in 1652 and his meeting place in nearby Briggflatts is the second oldest Quaker meeting place in England.

Farfield Mill and Heritage Centre is a refurbished woollen mill housing a permanent exhibition about the woollen industry.