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Welcome to St Bees

St Bees is a village just south of St Bees Head, the most westerly point on the Cumbrian coast, 50 miles from the Scottish border. It's a small, friendly community with a population of about 1,800.

It's well known for the Norman Priory dating from 1120 dedicated to our own Saint Bega (seen on our logo above), for the 400 year-old St Bees School, and to countless walkers as the start of the Wainwright Coast to Coast Walk.

It's also been a popular holiday destination for over 150 years. There is a large sandy beach and nearby are the towering red sandstone cliffs of St Bees Head, which is the only Heritage Coast between Scotland and Wales and a nationally important seabird reserve.

Only a few miles from the Lake District National Park, St Bees enjoys easy access to the the Lakes without the crowds of the more popular areas. It's an ideal base from which to tour both the Western Lakes and the many attractions along the west coast.

The menu items on the top left give quick access to the more popular pages on the web site. The other menus on the left go to 400 web pages and 600 images.....This is one of the biggest community websites in Cumbria.....read on.

See the Go Lakes video here.... Find us on Google maps here ..... See us on facebook here.

Clicking on the images below takes you to our quick access pages. Below them is our scrolling newsbox.

St Bees - Beach from Tomlin head
St Bees School in snow
St Bees - View from Whitehaven Road
St Bees Priory Dragon stone

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Easter Saturday 19th April, 7.30 p.m. Priory Church Choir, Faure Requiem, ..................St.Bees Triers finished the ¬†Everest Challenge on 22nd March..... 95 runners and 19 dogs took part over the 24 hours with the dogs achieving nearly two "Everests" while the runners were just short of nine. (40 ascents of Dent equals one Everest).....Chris Robson represented the Triers at Downing Street reception this week........work now started on £138k Seacote Beach play area managed by St Bees Parish Council...............parish car park at Seamill Lane now back in service .................see pictures and video below of storms......

St Bees Triers - represented at Downing Street reception for Sport Relief - March 2014

With the Prime Minister are Jon Raymond (L) and Chris Robson.



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