Also serving Woodland a beautiful dispersed hamlet lying about 4 miles south west of Torver

See the 'Woodland' page in the site menu

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.

‘Thorvergh’ owes its origins to the Viking Norse incursions of the eighth century when they got tired of all that rapin’ and pillagin’ and decided to settle down. Of course, it was all mud huts back then (‘torf’ and ‘erg’: turf roofed hut) and most of them have gone now, but the Church House Inn dates from 1378.

The First Thousand Years

(and other old stuff)

Visitors

How to get here

Where to stay

What to do

(Tourist Information Centre)


Torver is a

Neighbourhood Watch area.

Read all about it: Torver Watch

Wha's Happenin'?

Village Calendar

Meetings and events in the Schoolroom (village hall) and other happenings in the local area listed for the year ahead

Village News Service

Nobbut Torver

the village Email News Service

Council agendas and minutes, notices, announcements, lost dogs and all.

Email me if you'd like to sign up

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.

Village Hall

Known as The Schoolroom

History - Contact - Booking - 100 Club

A Heritage Lottery Funded project dedicated to preserving Coniston Water, the River Crake and their catchment area.

CC&C website

Future events will be on the Calendar and notified through the Nobbut Email Service.

Westmorland Red Squirrels

Coniston & Torver

District Angling Association

New members welcomed

Working to protect our native red squirrels. If you spot one please

let them know at:

sightings@westmorlandredsquirrels.org.uk

Tel: 01539 821714

Westmorland Red Website

WRS Monthly News

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.

Torver Walks

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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