Little Bampton


Little Bampton is a village in the district of Allerdale in Cumbria, located about 8 miles west of Carlisle. It is part of the Civil Parish of Kirkbampton.

Little Bampton is a village in Cumbria situated 6 miles outside the market town of Wigton and 8 miles west of Carlisle, England. The village itself comprises approximately 40 houses, some dating back to the 18th century. The Village does not have a hall, Church, but its main meeting place is the Pub called 'The Tam O'Shanter'

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House in Little Bampton

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The Tam O' Shanter public house, Little Bampton

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Yew Tree Farm, Little Bampton

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Stone House, Little Bampton

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Stone House

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Entering Little Bampton

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