The road continued up the dale, and ahead were the farms of Goosemire and Grove Brae near the foot of the steep slope over which the Hopgill Beck tumbled down the rocks.
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Chapel Bridge crossed the Mardale Beck and then bearing right a few hundred yards later the road arrived at the Dun Bull Inn. From the inn a walled track continued which led over the Nan Bield Pass to Kentmere or, turning left, over the Gatesgarth Pass into Longsleddale. About Publish Join Sign In.
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Readers Benefits of registering Where are my ebooks? Ask it above. The public school in Mardale also known as Whelter School Mardale Church and its yew trees About a mile up the valley at Mardale Green, beyond Riggindale, was the church and its tower only twenty nine and a half feet high, with six yew trees which had grown higher than the church to the left of the road, and opposite a cluster of buildings on a little eminence known as Chapel Hill, lying close under the steep wooded side of the Rigg. Page 9 of These cookies help us understand user behavior within our services.
Click here. A detailed and well researched glimpse of the characters, the customs, the social life, the hunts and hound trails that took place before the valley became a reservoir in the s.
The Mardale Hunt: Chapters 11 and 12
The annual Mardale Shepherds' Meet is probably the best known of all the 'meets' of the Lakeland Fell Packs, yet there does not appear to have been a book written about it before. This book sets out to put the hunt and its impact on the small valley and the occupants into some kind of perspective.
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