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Workington in Cumbria

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Workington, Cumbria, was Gabrosentum in Roman times and the site of a fort. Anglian invaders settled at some stage of the Anglo-Saxon conquest. In the 9th century the Lindisfarne monks, fleeing from the Danes on the north-east coast of England tried to sail for Ireland from Workington, and the Lindisfarne Gospels (British Museum) were washed overboard. The Curwen family, claiming descent from Malcolm II of Scotland and Etheired the Unready, built Workington Hall (not in use now) in the 14th century. Mary Queen of Scots spent a night there in 1568 after fleeing from the battle of Langside. St Michael's Church, largely rebuilt in 1887 after a fire, is late Decorated Gothic. Cross fragments indicate use of the site from the 8th century. St John's (1823) has a Classical exterior, a replica of St Paul's, Covent Garden. Sir Ninian Comper designed the painted interior with its golden columns in 1931.

Nearby towns: Cockermouth, Egremont, Maryport, Whitehaven

Nearby villages: Allonby, Arlecdon, Aspatria, Branthwaite, Bridekirk, Brigham, Broughton Moor, Buttermere, Camerton, Cleator, Cleator Moor, Crosscanonby, Dearham, Distington, Ellenborough, Flimby, Frizington, Gilcrux, Gilgarran, Kirkland, Lamplugh, Lowca, Loweswater, Mockerkin, Mossbay, Parkside, Plumbland, Rowrah, Siddick, St Bees, Tallentire, Ullock, Winder, Winscales

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  • other Workington accommodation

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Morven Guest House
Morven Guest House, a Victorian villa with paddock, is situated NW of Workington√‘ town centre on A596. Near the start of the c2c cycle route, this is also an ideal stop over point for cyclers on the Reivers Route. Moreover, Hadrian's cycle way runs past our own garden. For walkers we have the Cumbrian Coastal Way.Car park and very secure cycle storage. Leave your car until you return.