Little Salkeld
Its Norse name means "a spring in the willows"

River Eden near Lacy's Cave
The River Eden near Lacy's Cave

Little Salkeld is just a mile or so from Langwathby. The small village is home to the Watermill - a tea shop and mill that serves food based on its own stone milled flour. In close proximity are the River Eden, Lacy's Caves and a Druid Circle.

Long Meg & her daughters.

This is one of the largest and most impressive Neolithic stone circles in England. It contains 65 stones and is about 100 paces in diameter. The larger stones are found at the points of the compass. The largest stone is called Long Meg, it is 15ft high and dates from 2,500BC.

Addingham Church

Addingham Church is just outside the pretty village of Glassonby (2m from Little Salkeld). It is a 16th century building with an external bell tower and hammerhead cross. It replaces an earlier church which was washed away centuries earlier.
The village is named after a Viking - Glasson.

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