Sockbridge and Tirril is a small civil parish in Eden District, Cumbria comprising the adjoining settlements of Tirril, Sockbridge and Thorpe. All three were once separate places but are now, in effect, a single village. They are near Penrith. The two villages are separated by a river. The parish was formed in 1866 as Sockbridge and was previously a township in the parish of Barton. Tirril had a Quaker Meeting House from 1668-1862.The Meeting house was built by Thomas Wilkinson. From 1902 the building was used as the Village Reading Room and in 1932 sold for £140. It is now a house. Wikipedia
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