The two biggies are the Cumberland (June 17 at new venue East Park, Brisco) and the Westmorland (September 14) but there are dozens of other village and country shows to support. Bees Head Heritage Coast) Four miles south of Whitehaven, in a deep valley, sits the village of St. Nearby, the rocky promontory of St Bees Head, the westernmost point of Cumbria, is the start of the Coast to Coast walk that ends in Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire.Surely one of the remotest outposts for a Roman soldier. The Taste Cumbria festivals feature producers’ markets, demos and masterclasses galore.
Murs will be wowing the crowd at Brunton Park on June 3.
Jess Glynne will be performing at Carlisle Racecourse on July 8. Or huff and puff, depending on the size of the task!
Guided tours of Carlisle take place on the first Thursday of each month.
Tickets available from Carlisle Tourist Information Centre or visit Lakeland Hauntings float through the streets of Cockermouth and Keswick. Try a homegrown festival, including award-winning Kendal Calling (July 27 to 30); Music on the Marr for music, song and dance at Castle Carrock (July 20 to 23 July); eclectic Solfest near Aspatria (August 25 to 27) and Ireby Festival (May 26 to 27). The sheer quality of the productions performed by Cumbria’s only repertory theatre make us all very lucky to have it in our county.
The next day it snowed, and she was granted the land.
It is thought the nunnery was destroyed by the Danes.
If you’re feeling ambitious, why not complete the Ullswater Way, a 20-mile route around the lake? Find out more about life as a Roman solider at a major new exhibition, Hadrian’s Cavalry, which takes place along the 150-mile length of Hadrian’s Wall (April 8 – September 10) takes place along the length of the 150-mile.
Highlights include a Roman cavalry re-enactment in Bitts Park, Carlisle (July 1 and 2). Do your bit for the local landscape and volunteer for one of Friends of the Lake District’s Fell Care Days.
Who taught, and showed by deeds, that gentler chains Should bind the vassal to his lord's domains? The village sat on one side of the Pow and the church, the college, and the school on the other. Bees School, founded in 1583 by the archbishop of Canterbury, grew in the late 1800's into a large boarding school.
The thoughtful monks intent their God to please, For Christ's dear sake, by human sympathies Poured from the bosom of thy church, St. Before the nineteenth century, the inhabitants of St. The original Elizabethan wing of the school still serves its original purpose.
The legendary fellwalker’s books are an eight-volume love letter to the Lake District.