LOCAL INFORMATION AND LINKS

 Bentham is at the junction of three counties - North Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. Scroll down this page to find links to all sorts of useful and up-to-date info about the town and surrounding area, the Local Heritage Initiative who have funded the trails, the Artist whose work this is, and the design and construction of this website.

GETTING HERE:
By Road:
Bentham is about 12 miles East of Junction 34 (Lancaster / Morecambe) on the M6, and a few miles south of the A65 at Ingleton and Clapham - just follow the signs. The B6478 from Clitheroe, northwards across the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (turn left at Slaidburn for Bentham) is one of the most spectacularly wild roads in England. Just beware of the sheep.
By Rail: Bentham Station is on the Leeds to Morecambe Line, passing through Bradford & Skipton, with connections at Lancaster for Manchester, London Euston, Carlisle and Glasgow. A regular BUS SERVICE runs from Lancaster, Ingleton & Kirkby Lonsdale. There is also ample FREE PARKING in Bentham.

 

 For more INFORMATION about BENTHAM and the area, including accommodation and restaurants, and exciting events round the year, go to:

www.bentham.net.

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All Artwork, text and design on this website, and the Heritage trail itself, is by
GILL BARRON
To see more of her work go to:
www.ipaint.org.uk.

Website construction by
TOM BARRON
www.stonecarve.com

 

 To learn more about the LOCAL HERITAGE INITIATIVE