Aspatria gets its name from the Old Scandinavian and Celtic words for ‘Ash-tree of St Patrick’. Legend has it that St Patrick put his staff in the ground while trying to convert locals to Christianity: his mission took so long that the staff took root and an ash tree grew. Built around a major Roman road, the site is home to great archaeological interest, with the remains of a Viking Chief and many related artefacts unearthed there.
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Aspatria is home to:
- St Kentigern Church
- Sir Wilfred Lawson Memorial
- The Letters Inn
- Aspatria Farmers
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