Barton Civil Parish, Cumbria


Barton is an ancient parish, histoically located in Westmorland, now part of Cumbria. Todays civil parish includes the village of Pooley Bridge and a few hamlets including Barton and Howtown. The ancient parish of was much larger and included the whole of Eamont Bridge, Tirril, Sockbridge, Pooley Bridge, Martindale and Patterdale. Patterdale became a separate parish in 1863 and Martindale became a separate parish in 1882. When the war memorial lych gate for Barton Parish was built in 1920 the parish still included Tirril, Pooley Bridge, Sockbridge, Yanwath and Eamont Bridge. 

Barton, Cumbria
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Barton, Cumbria
- Overview About Barton Map Street View Barton is a hamlet in Cumbria located just over a mile north-east of Ullswater and 2 miles south-west of Penrith. It is part of the ...
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Pooley Bridge
- Overview About Pooley Bridge Map Street View   Pooley Bridge is a village in the Eden District of the northwestern English county of Cumbria, within the traditional borders of Westmorland. ...
Lych Gate War Memorial, St Michael's Church, Barton
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Lych Gate War Memorial, St Michael's Church, Barton
- Overview Map Street View The lych gate at St Michael's Church in Barton, Cumbria, was built to commemorate the local servicemen who lost their lives in the First Word War. ...
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The Ullswater Way
- "The Ullswater Way is a 20-mile walking route around Ullswater. The route can be walked in either direction and from any starting point. Why not walk the route in shorter ...

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