The Crier of Claiffe.
For centuries ferrymen rowed passengers across Lake Windermere, between Ferry Nab and Sawrey. This 500m crossing saves miles on the journey from Windermere to Hawkshead and beyond.The wooded heights on the west bank of the lake are known as Claiffe Heights and legend has it that in the 15th century this was home to the Claiffe Crier.
Pam the Fiddler.
The tale takes place around Our Ladies Well in Threshfield, near Linton in Craven. The well was looked on as a sure and certain place of safety and refuge from all supernatural visitants, as shown by a certain legend; Pam the Fiddler.
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Tonight we share with you the tale of the Hob from the Old Corpse Road Folklore Collective.
Hobs are mythical creatures of the North York Moors and elsewhere. Surprisingly, there seem to be no hobs in the Yorkshire Dales but some lived near the Yorkshire-Durham borders. One lived at Coniscliffe near Darlington and another was Hob Headless who haunted the lane between Hurworth and Neasham.