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Armathwaite

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  1. a village in the English county of Cumbria

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  2. lies on the River Eden, forms part of Eden district and is served by Armathwaite railway station

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  3. The castle on the west bank of the river was originally a pele tower with a large but undistinguished Edwardian extension

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  4. The Parish Church of Christ and Our Lady was formerly a chapel-of-ease in the parish of Hesket-in-the-Forest and is one of the smallest parish churches in England

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  5. Illustrated guide

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  6. John Skelton, tutor to King Henry VIII, is believed to have been born here

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