A view of Cark – Pat Rowland

Cark-in-Cartmel has two pubs, a village shop and a post office and is relatively unaffected by the high influx of tourism that can crowd the central areas of Lakeland. In the 19th century, Cark-in-Cartmel was a mill village. The first mill in the village was a Corn Mill owned by nearby Cartmel Priory and a fulling mill. Various other water-powered mills followed.

Cark-in-Cartmel bibliography by John Beckett

Cark – on the way to somewhere by Rose Clark

Cark Manor  by Rose Clark

Banking in Cark in Cartmel by Rose Clark

Middle Row at Cark by Les Gilpin

110 to 116 Station Road Cark in Cartmel by Rose Clark

Stockdale Family Tree introduction by Les Gilpin

Stockdale Tree V2 by Les Gilpin

James Stockdale v2 by Pat Rowland

Cark in Cartmel Auction Mart by Rose Clark

William Cavendish and the world class Shorthorn Cattle Herd at Holker Hall by Pat Rowland

The Green Building Recording (desk survey)