Hartsop Across Brother's Water

Greeting Cards


Leeds, United Kingdom

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  • Digitally printed cards on heavyweight stock
  • Uncoated blank interior provides a superior writing surface
  • Each card comes with a kraft envelope for mailing or gifting


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Made up of 17th century grey stone cottages, Hartsop retains its historic image. Like a number of other small Cumbrian villages, it had houses with spinning galleries.

Hartsop lies in Patterdale within what was once a royal forest set aside for deer hunting. Red squirrels, badgers, birds and other wildlife like this peaceful valley spot.

The National Trust owns Hartsop Hall, located on the othe side of the valley from where the village is. The hall dates from the 16th century. A hundred years after it was built it passed into the ownership of Sir John Lowther who was the first Lord Lonsdale. It then was used as an ordinary farmhouse.

Hartsop is located on a minor road off the A592 north-east of Brothers Water in the Lake District, Cumbria.

Artwork Comments

  • southernvice
  • John  Kowalski
  • Sonya Byrne
  • philjimi
  • Andrew Leighton
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