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Claife Parish Council website - Location


Parish Council Meeting Locations: 
High Wray Village Hall, High Wray, Ambleside, Cumbria  LA22 0JE
(Correspondence address is High Wray Farm, High Wray, Ambleside LA22 0JE)
High Wray Village Hall is situated in the village of High Wray just over 4 miles from Ambleside and just over 2 miles from Hawkshead. From Ambleside take the A593 Coniston Road following signs for Coniston Langdale and Hawkshead. After approximately 1 mile turn left and take the B5286 to Hawkshead. Just over 1½ miles is a left turn signposted Wray and after a further 1½ miles Wray Village Hall is in the centre of High Wray on the left. From Hawkshead take the B5285 Near Sawrey road and after crossing Pool Bridge immediately turn left. The Village hall is on the right in the centre of the village 2 miles from the left turn.

Braithwaite Hall, Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 0LQ

Braithwaite Hall lies on the B5285 in the centre of the village of Far Sawrey and is opposite the Cuckoo Brow Inn. It is approximately 3 miles from the centre of Hawkshead and just over 1 mile from the Windermere ferry terminal at Ferry House.

Conservation Areas:

There are two conservation areas in Claife Parish. Information is available on the Lake District National Park website:

Conservation Areas - General Information

Far Sawrey Conservation Area

Near Sawrey Conservation Area


Far Sawrey - repurposed telephone box opposite Braithwaite Hall (LA22 0LQ)

Near Sawrey - repurposed telephone box at Tarn Hill Playground (LA22 0JZ)


Colthouse - by entrance to Scarhouse Lane (LA22 0JS)

High Wray - attached to High Wray Village Hall (LA22 0JE)

Far Sawrey - opposite Braithwaite Hall (LA22 0LQ)

Near Sawrey - by entrance to Hill Top car park (LA22 0LF)


Tarn Hill Playground, Near Sawrey (LA22 0JZ) - opposite Beechmount B & B.  Small car park adjoining playground.

Tree Preservation Orders:

Some trees within Claife Parish are subject to Tree Preservation Orders.  Information is available on the Lake District National Park website:

General Information - Tree Preservation Orders

Tree Preservation Order - Search


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