Its equally as pretty as villages in North Yorkshire or the Cotswolds, but only seems to attract locals.
The village is split into High Bradfield and Lower Bradfield - joined by a very steep hill. The church at the top of the hill has a lovely pub at the side of it. There has been an ice cream van by the village green as long as I can remember.
One of the main attractions for weekend visitors in summer, is the stream that you can paddle in. Its very low at the moment.
We walked to the start of our main walk which was around Dam Flask. The Dam is one of a series in this valley and is owned by Yorkshire Water. In 2002, Yorkshire Water built a footpath all way around it so that you can now do a full circular walk.
We came across this stone that was carved with all the activities that happen on the lake. Rowing, Yachting and Fishing.