Monkhill, Cumbria


 

Monkhill is a small village in the civil parish of Beaumont, in City of Carlisle District, in the county of Cumbria, England. Nearby settlements include the small city of Carlisle and the villages of Burgh by Sands and Kirkandrews-on-Eden. Monkhill has a pub called the Drovers Rest Inn and a Methodist Chapel with adjoining School Room which holds local village events. The village is situated on the course of a vallum associated with Hadrian's Wall and is near the narrowest point of the River Eden, the site was a crossing point for Roman troops, Scottish border raiders, and cattle drovers. Monkhill, today, is a quiet little hamlet.

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Converted windmill, Monkhill

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Drovers Rest, Monkhill, Carlisle - March 2017 (1)

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Drovers Rest, Monkhill, Carlisle - March 2017 (3)

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Monkhill Methodist Church

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Crossroads at Monkhill

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The Drovers Rest Public House - Monkhill

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