For the local rural community of Sebergham, Cumbria

Sebergham & Welton Parish Website

The Parish of Sebergham is situated in Cumbria bordering the northern edge of the Lake District National Park. With a population of 365 (2011 census), it is made up of the villages of Welton and Sebergham, together with the hamlets of Nether-Welton, Churchtown and Warnell.

Dominated by pleasant rural landscapes and straddling the River Caldew, the parish is flanked on the South by the spectacular Caldbeck fells, with the ancient Inglewood Forest to the East , the Solway Plain to the West and Northwest and the historic city of Carlisle to the North. See the map below for the area covered.

This website is available for use by local residents and organisations to advertise events and to inform the community about any appropriate matters of local interest. Click here for more details.

Vacancy in the Office of Parish Councillor

Due to the resignation of Marie Chesters-Bouma, a casual vacancy is open in the Office of Councillor for the Parish.

For more details please contact the Clerk.

Click here for the official ‘Notice of Vacancy’


Parish Boundary

Below is an interactive Google map of the parish boundary. You can drag it around, zoom in and out and switch to satellite view.