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Ulverston in Cumbria

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Ulverston, Cumbria, is a market town for the district, and lies between green fells and the sea. The lighthouse on The Hoad is a monument to Sir John Barrow (1764.-1848. founder of the Royal Geographical Society), and Barrow Sound is named after him. Swarthmoor Hall was the home of Margaret Fell. She was the wife of Judge Fell (died 1658) and was converted to the Quaker faith by George Fox, its founder. Margaret Fell opened her house to the Society of Friends' preachers, became one of their leaders, and was imprisoned after her husband's death. She married George Fox in 1669 and died in 1702. She is buried nearby at Sunbrick, together with some 200 other Friends. The Quaker Meeting House at Rake Head was given by George Fox. St Mary's Church is supposed to have been founded in 1111 but has been much rebuilt since. The Norman doorway is the oldest part, but has a modern porch. The tower was built in Tudor times. Bardsea is a village on the coast road 3 miles from Ulverston; a lane leads up to the Stone Circle on Birkrigg Common, where Bronze Age implements were found. Colton is a tiny village North of Ulverston. Its church has a bell more than 500 years old and a silver paten dated 1671. Below the church is the holy well of St Cuthbert where this 7th-century missionary is said to have won converts and baptized children.

Nearby islands: Isle of Walney

Nearby towns: Barrow-in-Furness, Broughton-in-Furness, Dalton-in-Furness, Grange-over-sands, Millom, Windermere

Nearby villages: Aldingham, Askam in Furness, Bardsea, Baycliff, Bowland Bridge, Broughton in Furness, Cark, Cartmel, Coniston, Flookburgh, Gleaston, Great Urswick, Greenodd, Grizebeck, Grizedale, Haverigg, Haverthwaite, High Nibthwaite, Higher Newton, Hodbarrow, Holker, Ireleth, Kents Bank, Kirksanton, Lake Side, Leece, Lindal in Furness, Lindale, Morecambe, Newby Bridge, Roose, Rusland, Scales, Silecroft, Soutergate, Ulpha, Vickerstown

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