In Mungrisdale we have many groups and clubs, some of them are listed below. Click on the links below to find out more.
Monday mornings 9:30, Mungrisdale Village Hall
Contact Heather Davis for details:
Meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 12 noon, all welcome
For any enquiries and also for transport if experiencing difficulty getting there, please ring Lesley Smith on 017987 79397
The Eden Valley Guild of Spinners, Weavers and Dyers meets in Mungrisdale Village Hall every third Saturday of the month from 10 am - 4 pm.
For information please contact Gwyneth Hunt or Sally Bohling:
Contact Sally Bohling
There is a service here each Sunday at 11 am at which everyone is welcome.
The minister, based at Greystoke rectory, is the Rev'd Bill White on 017684 83293
If we can be of help in any way, just get in touch.
Also, to find out what's happening each month, pick up a copy of the newsletter Together, generally found in the church.
Call in and look around, or spend a few quiet moments here; there is a peace in this place which bears witness to the years of prayer.
Each year, on the 3rd Wednesday in May, the Annual Mungrisdale Swaledale Sheep Show is held in a small field in front of Bannerdale View (Opposite the red Telephone Box near the bridge to The Mill Inn).
Sheep Shows have been a traditional part of Lakeland life for generations and the Mungrisdale Show is no exception. Over 80 annual Shows have been held, although not continuously, due to interruptions such as the war years and foot and mouth outbreaks.
Being the first Show of the season and with prizes and prize money totaling in excess of £1,000, it attracts farmers with their Swaledale sheep and lambs from a wide area of Cumbria, stretching from Appleby in the East, beyond Keswick in the West, and down to Kendal in the South of the County. The first seven Classes in the Show are for "local" exhibitors who live within a 12 mile radius of Mungrisdale and the remaining 18 Classes are open to everyone.
This is not an event with "added visitor attractions" (apart from tea, coffee, sandwiches and excellent home-made cakes) but if you would like to see a traditional local sheep show in a wonderful Lakeland setting and perhaps "have a crack" with one or two exhibitors to learn a bit more about this hardy breed (that's the farmers as well as the Swaledales) you will be very welcome. Needless to say, admission is free!
This year's show is to be held on 20th May 2015 with judging commencing at 1 pm and maybe you want to add if anyone has any queries to contact the Show Secretary, Jo Edwards on 017684 82434 or by email on email@example.com(Back to Top)
Meetings held in Mungrisdale Village Hall on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 pm.
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Meetings for Worship
10:30 am Every Sunday from April to October
Second and fourth Sunday only, November to March
Contact Colin & Lesley Smith 017687 79397
Wednesday nights from 7 pm to 8.30 pm
Commencing 15th January until 19th March
For details ring Mike Bohling: 017687 79602
The Parish's snow plough and gritted is available, contact Alan Bird:
A Community Charity operating in the parishes of Boltons, Caldbeck, Castle Sowerby, Ireby/Uldale, Mungrisdale, Sebergham/Welton and Westward/Rosley
The group offers:
Need help, assistance or advice?
Contact your Village agent, Phillipa Groves
Northern Fells Broadband has been formed as a joint venture between the seven Parishes in the Northern Fells area of Cumbria:
Super Fast Broadband is as important to rural areas as Electricity and Water. It is vital that this community has access to a level of service which will shortly become universally available in urban areas in the UK.
Their aim is to identify and implement an effective Super Fast Broadband solution for the benefit of every household and business within the parishes of the Northern Fells area.
For more details: Click here to visit the Northern Fells Broadband website