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Dent is an attractive village of cobbled streets in beautiful rural Dentdale, on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It has a history of self-contained independence, with roots possibly in an ancient Celtic Pennine kingdom ruled by a warrior king, Dunawt, from whom Dent gets its name. It is a farming community, though Dent Brewery (based in nearby Cowgill) is famous - its products are sold in the village's two pubs. Dent is also known for 'the terrible knitters of Dent' and as the birthplace of geologist Adam Sedgwick (1785-1873). An annual music and beer festival is held in June. There's a 12th century church and an interesting heritage centre and museum.