Welcome to the Parish of Mungrisdale

Set in the northern fells of the English Lake District, the Parish of Mungrisdale is made up of eight hamlets: -  Berrier, Bowscale, Haltcliffe Bridge, Heggle Lane, Hutton Roof, Mosedale, Mungrisdale and Murrah.

Overlooked by the imposing fells of Blencathra (Saddleback), Bowscale and Carrock and complemented by the Caldew and Glenderamakin becks. The parish is predominately a farming community, and is also a very popular with tourists.


Recent News and Events

  • The conservation of ancient ash trees in Eden District For more information about the project and to book a place on one of the remaining 4 workshops please see: http://silviculture.org.uk/ashineden/ Dates for the workshops, to ...
    Posted 16 Apr 2014 11:45 by Steve Woolley
  • Cumbria Wildlife Trust Cumbria Wildlife Trust is trying to purchase Eycott Hill to look after it for wildlife and open it up to visitors. Eycott Hill is on the edge of the Lake ...
    Posted 9 Apr 2014 08:48 by Steve Woolley
  • Concert by Ensemble - "This Month of May" Sunday 11th May - 7:30 pmMungrisdale Village HallCome and enjoy listening toFolk Songs, Part Songs and Songs with HarpHarp Solos by Anna-Kate PearsonTickets on ...
    Posted 4 Apr 2014 01:46 by Steve Woolley
  • Mungrisdale Gets All Jazzed Up Kel Elliott and her Quartet gave a memorable performance in the Hall on Friday March 28th. Kel played double bass and had an impressive big voice, check her out at ...
    Posted 4 Apr 2014 02:06 by Steve Woolley
  • EE 4G Internet Survey Following the launch of the EE 4G Internet service, some properties in the Mungrisdale area will be able to get a service now,If you would like to check to ...
    Posted 17 Mar 2014 05:08 by Mung Mungrisdale
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