Gisburn and Yorkshire’s White Bull

We want it back!

  1. Gisburn is a ‘West Riding’ village in the Ribble Valley on our border with Lancashire. The natural and historic affinity with Yorkshire was usurped during some misguided county reorganisation and Lancashire was given primogenitor.
  2. The quiet and unspoiled village of Gisburn lies in the Ribble Valley but in what many think of as Airedale in the Yorkshire Dales.
  3. In Gisburn Forest and nearby Forest of Bowland there are mountain biking trails located at the western fringe of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
  4. The historic village has a medieval church, St Mary the Virgin which boasts architecture and parish records of great historical interest.


The White Bull Gisburn

  1. An 18th-century coaching inn in the village of Gisburn has been offering me exemplary service and support over a booking during the corvid-19 scare. They and staff deserve a positive mention and a recommendation to visit them when we are able.
  2. This warm Grade II-listed pub with quaint rooms is well located for walking and exploring the local area.
  3. The charming pub features include wood decor, fireplaces, garden with a terrace and great meals.
  4. The White Bull, Cawthorne Barnsley, and the White Bull restaurant at Cannon Hall farm will also be suffering a loss of trade due to corona-virus restrictions so we wish all three establishments well.


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