Garsdale has only a few businesses, so please support as many as you can!
The order will be rotated! No preference is implied.
Memories of Garsdale
Hamish Wilson and Rebecca Nouchette have opened "The Garsdale Retreat" at Clough View.
They can be contacted on 01539-234-184 or email@example.com
John Colton of Lucid at Slack House provides an international training service specialising in Fibre Optics.
Their websites are www.Lucidos.co.uk and www.lucidtraining.co.uk and their phone number (015396) 21219
"Country Private Hire" is a taxi sevice run from Moorcock House.
See www.countrytaxis.com for details. Tel: 01969-667-096 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Neville Woodfine at Banks provides excellent building services.
He can be contacted on (015396) 21063
Edward Metcalf at Mudbecks is an expert in local building. He built the award-winning extension at Hawes Junction Chapel.
He can be contacted on (015396) 21048
Garsdale Design Ltd is an architectural and planning consultancy which provides design skills and experience to clients for local & international projects.
They can be contacted on (015396) 20875 and their website is www.Garsdaledesign.co.uk
The Moorcock Inn is now run brilliantly by the Cox family of Mudbecks.
See www.moorcockinn.com Telephone: 01969-667-488 email@example.com
Paul Winn at Aygill provides expert electrical services (and TV and appliances through Tooby's).
He can be contacted on (015396) 21699
Bed & Breakfast is available:
at the Moorcock Inn (see below),
and just through the railway bridge at the top of Garsdale, B & B is available at:
"The Garsdale Luxury Bed and Breakfast": Tel: 01969-667-096 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
see details at: www.thegarsdale.com
There is no public house in Garsdale. In 1851, Garsdale Hall was a coaching inn known as the George & Dragon,
but the nearest places for meals are now:
Sedbergh and Hawes provide a wide range of accommodation and food.
If you know of any Garsdale business not shown on this page, please e-mail :
Should we have a list of farmers?
At present, the site is just in an experimental stage. Suggestions for improvement will be appreciated.