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You were wild once...

You were wild once.

Don’t let them tame you.

- Isadora Duncan


Standing where Wordsworth stood

Allan Bank in Grasmere in the English Lake District is a house where William Wordsworth the poet once lived for a couple of years. Early in the twentieth century it was owned by one of the founders of the… 172 more words


Veteran climber to open Lakes mountain art exhibition

Veteran climber Al Phizacklea is to open a major mountaineering art exhibition in Grasmere next month.

The Lakeland cragsman will officially open Lines of Ascent… 559 more words

Have A Good Walk

I set off this weekend to the Lake District in search of a Good Walk (or preferably a few). Luckily for me, the central region of the Lake District National Park has plenty of hills and valleys that allow for good walks; roads are easily avoidable, there are a huge variety of footpaths, good public transport, lovely views and not too many people! 323 more words

Poetry Reading: Kei Miller & Liz Berry

The latest evening reading brought to the Trust two poets whose work is deeply involved in place and the language of those places. Liz Berry… 969 more words

Candle Moulds, by Adam O'Riordan

From the series ‘Home’, issuing from his residency at The Wordsworth Trust in Grasmere.


Pig fat, goose fat, tallow, they lie like corpses
in their narrow cots, fingers in a drowned… 109 more words

A Poem