St Anthony’s Floral Celebration:
St Anthony’s Floral Celebration This unique church was built in 1504 by local farmers who didn’t wish to make the long journey to Cartmel Priory.
Inside you will find a three-decker pulpit for the 17th-century and from the 16th-century box pews and the east window.
Arthur Ransome lived nearby at Low Ludderburn from 1925-35 at the time he wrote Swallows and Amazon.
If you have time this bank holiday weekend, why not visit St Anthony’s Church on Cartmel Fell.
There is a wonderful display of flowers for the ‘Floral Celebration of Children’s Literature’.
The festival is on from 10am until 4 pm Saturday, Sunday & Monday.
Directions are signposted from the Crown Inn at High Newton.
You won’t be disappointed.