Morland Village

Morland is a picturesque village on the edge of the Lake District (map), close to the Pennines in the heart of the rural Eden Valley (map).

Morland House (where the Markham family has lived since 1828) is at the centre of the village, next to the ancient Parish Church with its Saxon tower – the oldest structure in Cumbria still in daily use.

Meals at Camp are taken in the village school, which also provides washing facilities to supplement those for the girls at the Village Hall and for the boys on the campsite. Rehearsal facilities are available at the house, hall and school, as well as in the church.

Parents and other supporters are most welcome at the services and concert, and at the final tea/prize-giving when awards are made for the musical and non-musical activities in which the teams have competed.

Information on attractions and activities in the Eden Valley, and Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the area, may be found on the Contacts/Links page.