is a village and civil parish
in the Ribble Valley
district of Lancashire
. Prior to 1974
the village was part of Bowland Rural District
in the West Riding of Yorkshire
The village is on the Tosside Beck, near its confluence with the River Ribble. The village has a car park, toilet facilities and a tourist information centre, is the starting point for many of the area's walks. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 498.
The village also has two pubs
, the first, the Coach and Horses is situated in the middle of the village and is the centre of village life. The second the Copy Nook is a bar and restaurant and is situated about one minutes drive from the centre of the village.