Monthly Archives: February 2014

Discover Sedbergh

The charming Dales town of Sedbergh lies a few miles to the East of Kendal. For those not familiar with the town don’t tempted to say Saidburg as it is actually pronounced Saidburr (and Sebber to locals no-one else!)

Once part of the West Riding of Yorkshire the town became part of the county of Cumbria in 1974 but still remains in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

As you travel eastwards along the A684 you will see where the Yorkshire Dales National Park begins and shortly after start the steep descent down Black Horse hill into the town.

Passing close-by remote Firbank where George Fox, the famous Quaker, preached at Fox’s Pulpit in 1652.

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