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Marvellous Millom!

The magnificent Millom team have done it again…another new event…another huge success…how do they keep doing it?

There are three main factors to their success… 127 more words

#234 – Rannerdale Knotts, Crummock Water

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It seems odd that, surrounded by hills and mountains as we are in North Wales, Chris and I seemed to have spent more time on Scottish and Lake District mountains this year.  662 more words

Hillwalking

Arnside Break

I posted some pictures from my break in Arnside, so now I shall ramble about said break.

So, Arnside. Arnside is a village that was once a fishing port, and is now reasonably popular among tourists. 1,300 more words

Gorgeous handmade hat's by Rosebea

It’s that time of year again when it’s clear that we have to say goodbye to the summer and  stock up on those essentials to see us through the autumn and winter. 565 more words

Paraplegic woman told by ex she was 'half a woman' becomes a model

A paraplegic woman who was told by an ex-boyfriend that she was ‘half a woman’ has become a model.

Lena McAllister nearly died after she was hit by a 40-tonne lorry in 2009 and suffered a spinal cord injury. 617 more words

News

Castlerigg and Keswick

Nothing quite inspires like the prospect of sitting in a stone circle that is 5000 years old. What was this place? Who came here? What did it actually look like all those years ago? 735 more words

Ancient Monuments

Victorian Tiled Hallway Relaid and Renovated in South Cumbria

A customer who lives in Kendal recently called us out to examine their Victorian tiled hallway which when walked upon, sounded like it was a making a crunching noise. 22 more words

Victorian Posts