Welcome to Burton-in-Lonsdale nestling on
the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, England. Burton has been called both
"the first and last village in Yorkshire", tucked into the
hillside above the River Greta, and at the cusp of the county boundaries
of both Lancashire and Cumbria.
Between 1670 and 1944 Burton was home
to a total of 13 potteries and known locally as 'Black Burton' due to the
smoke from the kilns.
Today the village is home to over 630
residents and holiday makers.
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