About the Village
Welcome to the website for Castle Carrock, a thriving little village nestling at the foot of the Pennines in north eastern corner of Cumbria, on the western edge of the North Pennines AONB. Whether you live here, are visiting, or are just being nosey, you will find a thriving community with a primary school, an award winning pub, The Duke of Cumberland, a village hall and a church, St Peters. We also host an annual award winning music festival, Music on the Marr.
We have a very strong community here – and we have an autumn show, lots of events in the village hall, an annual carnival, a church which has recently been restored, red squirrels, a leek club and all sorts of other village activities go on. Most importantly, people look out for each other. There’s lots to do in the village, there’s really nice accommodation and most importantly, we suggest to everyone – Please dance! Please have a look at our community Facebook page to keep up to date with all goings on in the village.
Carol and Crib Service
7pm. Carol and Crib Service followed by special coffee and mince pies in the Watson Institute and ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’. Everyone is welcome to come to both or just one"