Welcome to the Parish of Langcliffe situated at the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The area is frequently visited by walkers, cyclists, and cavers, it is an area of beauty for both the residents of the Parish and those who seek to visit.
Langcliffe has a long history, starting with the prehistoric occupation of Victoria Cave in the limestone cliffs above the village, it is mentioned in the Domesday Book and in charters of Sawley Abbey in mediaeval days.
When visiting the village please take time to view the information board situated in front of the old vicarage to learn about the village and it's buildings.
This site aims to provide a wealth of information and news for the community who live and work here as well as being a source of useful information for all our visitors. Langcliffe is a treasure trove for places of interest.