Woodland is a dispersed hamlet within the civil parish of Broughton West in the Furness region of Cumbria , and is located in the southern part of the Lake District National Park, west of Coniston Water, between Torver and Broughton-in-Furness (Wiki).   Woodland has no identifiable village centre (the traditional cluster of homes around a village shop) but a more beautiful and peaceful setting it would be hard to imagine.  Scattered homes along winding country lanes - conversions, many of them, from the old railway station, the post office, the village school.
Woodland lies about 4 miles south west of Torver.

The Village Hall

Woodland Parish Room
Contact: Hazel Mason
Tel: 01229 716451, 01229 716263

Finding Woodland Hall from Torver. 
        Follow the A593 south to Bracelet Hall (on your right), then into a dip between buildings and look for the left turn to Woodland.  A bit less than a mile along take the right turn to Broughton. Woodland Parish Room is about 300 yards on your left. 
        If you follow the A593 beyond that Woodland turn to the 'K' junction in the dip, take the left turn (almost back on yourself) and follow the road about a mile to find Woodland Parish Room on your right.

Broughton Mills Reading Room
Contact: Mrs Christine Eastham
One of the three venues for the
Mills, Woodland & Foxfield WI.

From Torver: follow the A593 about 5 miles south west to Hawthaite junction - left to Broughton and right to Br. Mills.  Turn right and the Blacksmith's Arms is about a mile along, the Reading Room 50 yards further on the left.
If you go the high route up the Old Rake just beyond Souterstead, simply follow it through to the Br. Mills T junction, turn left and the Reading Room is about 20 yards on your right.

The Hill Village Hall
Millom, LA18 5HG
Contact: Linda Kilburn Tel: 01229 778673
Third venue for BM,W&F WI (March mtg)

From Torver take the A593 south to High Cross Inn - right onto the A595 - left onto the A5093 at Thwaites - through The Green and the hall is on your left just as you enter The Hill.

Woodland Valley

 Broughton Mills,
          Woodland & Foxfield
     Women's Institute
1st Wed. of the month  - 7.30 pm
Reading Room, Broughton Mills
and Woodland Parish Room  (see left)
Dates and venues also shown on the Calendar
Contact: Pam Gillman on 01229 716321
Torver ladies welcome

WI Calendar for 2019
FEB 6th - 7.30pm at Broughton Mills Reading Room
SPEAKER: Woodland Trust - Paul Littlewood

MARCH 6th 7.30pm at The Hill Village Hall
SPEAKER: All Greek To Me - (Open Meeting)

APRIL 3rd 7.30pm at the Parish Room, Woodland
SPEAKER: Chiropractor - Francis Wilson

MAY 1st 7.30pm at the Parish Room, Woodland
SPEAKER - The fascinating World of Family History 
Lynne Pritchard

JUNE 5th 7.30pm at the Parish Room, Woodland
SPEAKER: The Making of Old Hall Farm
Charlotte Sharphouse

JULY 3rd 7.30pm at the Parish Room, Woodland
SPEAKER: Staff of Life - Simon Thomas

AUGUST 7th 7.30pm at the Parish Room, Woodland
SPEAKER: Author Jill Jephson

SEPT 4th 7.30pm - Broughton Mills Reading Room
SPEAKER: Steam Boat Talk - Diane Matthews

OCT 2nd 7.30pm - Broughton Mills Reading Room
SPEAKER: Chocolate Heaven - Sally Lister

NOV 6th 7.30pm - Broughton Mills Reading Room
SPEAKER: Broughton in Bloom... make a Christmas Wreath

DEC 4thTime and place TBC

Downloadable Poster Calendar attached below

Woodland Valley
Footpaths & Bridleways
after following the disused railway
track up from Broughton in Furness
Click on the attachment at the bottom of this page
Upcoming events

The Church

St John the Evangelist's Church, Woodland
The church was built in 1864–65, and was the third church to be built on the site. The earlier churches had been built in 1698 and 1822.  The present church was designed by the Lancaster architect E. G. Paley, having been designed by him in 1862.  It cost nearly £1,000 (equivalent to £90,000 in 2016), and provided seating for 150 people.  In 1868–69 a parsonage was built for the church, which was also designed by Paley.

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