The Jennings Brewery, Cockermouth.

Welcome to Jennings Brewery. The Lake District brewer and pub operator, To enter this site you must be of a legal drinking age

Cockermouth castle - beautiful ruin & particularly stunning in the sunshine today #Cumbria

Cockermouth castle - beautiful ruin & particularly stunning in the sunshine today

Vintage postcard of Cockermouth Castle in Cockermouth, Cumbria, England.

Vintage postcard of Cockermouth Castle in Cockermouth, Cumbria, England.

1912 Print Ancient Norman Cockermouth Castle Ruins Lake District Cumbria XGCA7

1912 Print Ancient Norman Cockermouth Castle Ruins Lake District Cumbria XGCA7

Castle Ruins, Historical Romance, Lake District, Fortification, Cumbria, Norman, Castles, Lakes, Chateaus

The Cockermouth castle played a significant role in the Wars of the Roses, and in the Civil War, when it was badly damaged. It is owned by Leconfield Estate, which is in the process of trying to prevent the ancient castle from toppling into the river

Ancient Norman castle crumbling thanks to Storm Desmond floods

Cockermouth Castle, built by the Normans with stone sourced from a Roman site, is balanced precariously on a hill beside the junction of the Rivers Cocker and Derwent in Cumbria.

Cockermouth Castle is in the town of Cockermouth in Cumbria on a site by the junction of the rivers Cocker and Derwent. The first castle on this site was built by the Normans in 1134. Significant additions were made in the 13th and 14th centuries. The castle played a significant role in the War of the Roses, and in the Civil War, when it was badly damaged. Although it was partly restored in the 19th century, much of it is still in ruins. My grandmothers ancestors lived here 1300s

Information About Cockermouth Castle - Location - Visiting - History

The North-West View of Cockermouth Castle, in the County of Cumberland

The North-West View of Cockermouth Castle, in the County of Cumberland

Castle ruins on the banks of the river Derwent Cockermouth, Cumbria , UK.

Castle ruins on the banks of the river Derwent Cockermouth, Cumbria , UK.

Cockermouth Castle, c.1810 - Joseph Mallord William Turner - www.william-turner.org

Trademark Fine Art Cockermouth Castle Canvas Wall Art by Joseph Turner, Size: 22 x Multicolor

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