Endmoor and Crooklands
Endmoor village is a small village located approximately 5 miles to the South of Kendal close to the A65 at Crooklands roundabout which connects to the M6 motorway at Junction 36 and access to Kirkby Lonsdale.
Endmoor has a vibrant community with shop, social club, bakery, community hall and St Patrick’s C of E School which opened in 1991 and is the “hub” of the village offering pre-school, baby and toddler groups and community classes. The schools of Dallam and Queen Elizabeth Secondary Schools are both serviced by a bus and there is a bus service via the village from Kendal to Lancaster.
The nearby hamlet of Crooklands offers a place to socialise having the Crooklands Hotel with bar and restaurants, popular campsites nearby and the renowned annual Westmorland Show situated on the nearby County Showground, which brings together both the local community, businesses and farmers and attracts tourists from all over the country!
Crooklands is approximately 1 mile from access to Junction 36 of the M6 motorway.
Adjacent Preston Patrick which is closer still and a mile South of Endmoor has a wide smattering of cottages and barns lots of which have an outlook towards St Patricks’ church set on the hillside overlooking the hamlet. Nearby hamlets also include Goose Green and Gatebeck.
The prestigious hamlets of Halfpenny and Stainton, almost equidistant between Kendal and Endmoor. They are both renowned for being picturesque and with a “chocolate box” appeal with Stainton having St Sundays’ beck meandering through.
Having been home to many mills it housed a large volume of mill workers and their families. Certainly classed as a semi rural location they are surrounded by open countryside.
The adjacent hamlet of Crosscrake offers a local church and nearest amenities are to be found in Kendal. The mainline train station at Oxenholme only being approximately 1½ miles away.