St. Andrew’s Church is in Coniston, Cumbria. It sits in the centre of the village with fabulous views of the Coniston Old Man which overlooks Coniston Water. Coniston hails two local heroes, John Ruskin, who lived at Brantwood from 1872 to 1900 and Donald Campbell who tragically died in a 1967 world water speed record attempt when his boat, the Bluebird capsized going 300 miles per hour. John Ruskin is buried in the old church yard and Donald Campbell is buried in the church yard across the road.
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