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Cartmel Fell is a detached area associated with Cartmel near Cark. It is a sublimely beautiful part of the Lake District. Its main historical feature is Cartmel Fell Church (St Anthony) which has its origins around 1505. It has a 17th century, three-decker pulpit, as well as other features including early stained glass.

It is an important wildlife area with extensive local woodland.

Categories & Keywords
Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Countryside
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:1505, cartmel fell, christianity, churches, cumbria, lake district, lancashire, religion, st anthony, trees, winster valley, woodland

HRS 4740 Cartmel Fell Church

HRS 4740 Cartmel Fell Church

HRS 4735 Cartmel Fell Church 2010

HRS 4735 Cartmel Fell Church 2010

HRS 4736 Wild flowers Cartmel Fell Churchyard

HRS 4736 Wild flowers Cartmel Fell Churchyard

HRS 4737 Cartmel Fell Church, Altar

HRS 4737 Cartmel Fell Church, Altar

HRS 4738 Cartmel Fell Church, font 2010

HRS 4738 Cartmel Fell Church, font 2010

HRS 4739 Cartmel Fell Church, lychgate 2010

HRS 4739 Cartmel Fell Church, lychgate 2010

HRS 4743 Footpath rear of Cartmel Fell Church

HRS 4743 Footpath rear of Cartmel Fell Church