Morland church has the only Anglo Saxon tower in Cumbria which is a remarkable survival and outstanding example of its type, it is probably the oldest building in Cumbria still being used for its original purpose.
The key to open the chapel door is hanging by the front door of the house opposite.
This picturesque and rustic stone chapel is thought to have been the chantry for Shap Abbey originally. It was built around the 16th century and has been used as a cottage and meeting house during its long history.
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Walkers & cyclists welcome
Space to secure your bike
Parking within 250m
On street parking at church
Level access to the main areas