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Halfpenny


Halfpenny is a hamlet in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, located about 2½ miles south-east of Kendal. There is a ford over St Sunday's Beck here. There was previously a watermill on the Beck; Halfpenny Mill was processing flax by the mid-19th century; later it was used for coconut matting, paper and sweet manufacture; it closed in the early 20th century.[1] Halfpenny forms part of Stainton Civil Parish.

Cumbria Stainton Beck - St. Sunday's Beck Stainton Civil Parish Old Milepost, A65, Halfpenny
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Cottages at Halfpenny Farm

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Beck, Mill Bridge

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Footbridge at Halfpenny

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Postbox

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Stainton Beck -  St. Sunday's Beck
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Stainton Beck - St. Sunday's Beck
- Stainton Beck is a tributary of the River Bela in Cumbria. It's upper course is know as St Sunday's Beck. The beck is 23.6 km long, with a catchment area ...

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