Haile Parish Church – a small church nestling in a vale just outside the village of Haile surrounded by a picturesque church yard and mature trees. The little church at Haile, with no dedication, has Georgian plain arched windows, but the walls are medieval. The West porch was added by Ferguson in 1882, and the Church restoration took place mainly in 1883. A South-East quoin in the nave is part of a Saxon cross-shaft, with scrolls. Outside against the West wall is a monument to John Ponsonby (1670), while the window depicting St George and the dragon, is a memorial to a later Ponsonby, who died in 1952. The Church is linked with the Egremont Team Ministry. The Rev’d┬áSimon Cake (CA)┬átakes lead responsibility for Haile.