The Ancient Village of Torver lies in a beautiful wooded valley close to Coniston Water at the southern end of the Lake District National Park.
The name Torver (originally Thorvergh) owes its origins to the Norwegian Viking settlements of the eighth century onwards. The name means the hill-pasture belonging to Thorsteinn
(and other old stuff)
Coniston and Crake Valley News: This excellent FREE! magazine is available from the porch of St Luke's church.
It would be really appreciated if parishioners who are able to, take a few copies and distribute them to their neighbours.
The publication is also available online here: Coniston and Crake Valley News
Want to know more about Torver?
All in the navigation bar at the top of the page or down the side bar. Or ask Torver's Village Idiot. He'll be sat on a wall somewhere in the village.
Working to protect our native red squirrels. If you spot one please
let them know at:
Tel: 01539 821714
Doggy Poo Posters
Doggy Poo Poster for download and print
While doggies can be prodigal
In matters scatalogical,
It's hard on the community
To dump poo with impoonity.
Gail Hardman's famous guide to 15 country walks from Torver, recently revised.
Available at the Wilson Arms, the Church House Inn, the Old Rectory Country Guest House,
Lakeland Landrover, and Undercrag Studio.
If you're visiting on a walking holiday
you really will be lost without it.
Go to the Torver Walks page for details
Great philosophical thought experiments:
1. If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?
2. If a man in the forest speaks and there are no women around to hear it, is he still wrong?
Cartoons, maps and illustrations by Kai
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