The water runs out from Stickle Tarn to create Sticle Ghyll. There are paths around the tarn and beyond towards Grasmere.
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This battle took place on 14 April 1471 between Yorkists under the future Edward IV and Lancastrians under Warwick 'The Kingmaker'
Warwick was killed and Edward's 2000 men were victorious
Edward went on to triumph at the Battle of Tewkesbury shortly afterwards
14 December, 1542
James V of Scotland dies
James's death at Falkland meant that his infant daughter Mary was named Queen of Scots
He was killed by his stepmother to put his half-brother on the throne
His stepmother was Ęthelflęd
His half-brother was Aethelred the Unready