Black Coombe overlooks the Duddon Estuary

Broughton-in-Furness

Situated in the Duddon Valley on the southern edge of the Lake District and beneath stunning fells lies the idyllic 11thcentury town of Broughton-in-Furness. Largely unspoiled and full of historical interest this quaint little market town has much to offer visitors and tourists. 

The older buildings in the town date back to Saxon times and there is even an entry in the Doomsday Book describing the area. There is an impressive market hall and square selling local fish and produce, and the original fish slabs can still be seen outside. Around three sides of the square there is evidence of its history with its Georgian houses, in the centre of which stands an obelisk dedicated to King George III in his Silver...

 

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