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Threlkeld Village. Threlkeld is a small village four miles east of Keswick, under the shadow of Blencathra fell. The history of Threlkeld goes back over 800 years. The name derives from Norse meaning ‘The well of the thrall’ – a thrall being a medieval term for a man bound in service to his lord, though there is no record of there having been a lord.
Threlkeld is a village and civil parish in the north of the Lake District in Cumbria, England, to the east of Keswick.It lies at the southern foot of Blencathra, one of the more prominent fells in the northern Lake District, and to the north of the River Glenderamackin
Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum – Come and experience Lakelands industrial heritage.
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Threlkeld. The village of Threlkeld is situated at the foot of the mighty Blencathra looking towards St John's in the Vale and Clough Head at the Northern end of the Helvellyn range It is located 4 miles to the east of Keswick just off the A66 which runs between Keswick and Penrith.
Other nearby towns & villages.. Castlerigg (10 Pictures). in the county of Cumbria (3.0 miles, 4.8 km, direction SW of Threlkeld) Castlerigg is a favoured destination for tourists, it is easily accessible from the market town of Keswick and is within easy reach of the snaking waters of the pretty River Greta, picturesque becks and fells...
Oscar George Threlkeld (born 15 February 1994) is an English professional footballer who plays for League Two club Salford City.. Originally a centre-half, Threlkeld's versatility has also seen him play as a full-back and a defensive midfielder
A Very Warm Welcome... The Horse and Farrier which for centuries has been welcoming customers lies just off the A66 to the East of Keswick under spectacular Blencathera. . Recently refurbished on both the ground floor and in the bedrooms it has retain the quirky charm of this old building whilst bringing the facilities up to the standards expected in the 21st cen
The following is taken principally from the "Story of Threlkeld" prepared by Prof. Samuel G. Oliphant of Beloit, Wisconsin, for Prof. William Logan Threlkeld of Lexington, Kentucky, at the latter's expense.
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