Sedbergh UK

Sedbergh is located on the Western edge of the Yorkshire Dales in East Cumbria and close to the Lake District National Park. A picturesque market town with a strong rural and traditional influence, Sedbergh’s winding cobbled streets and endless rolling hills offer the perfect place for a relaxing break, or for walking and enjoying the great outdoors.

Local industry has always revolved around farming and milling wool. Previously the town was fairly inaccessible due to the steep hills that surround it but the introduction of the railways brought new industry and economy to the area.

The Church at Sedbergh was built for the first time in the 1100s under the Saxon era but has been repeatedly rebuilt. The remnants of a castle in the town are also believed to have dated back to the Saxon era.
Sedbergh has plenty of shops to explore, with a number of tearooms and cafes from which to take refreshment and rest weary feet. For those who enjoy live music, there’s an annual music festival in June which covers classical, folk and blues.