Tony Witt, of Cirencester, snapped this image while visiting Langdale in March 1987. It might have taken Tony nearly thirty years to submit it but at least he’s beaten the bull.
Floods Minister Thérèse Coffey has praised the determination of the people of Kendal to use stunning floral displays to help it recover from the devastation of last winter’s storms.
I recently had the pleasure of scaling Grasmere’s Helm Crag in the company of author and photographer Bill Birkett. We threaded up through bronzed autumnal woodland behind Lancrigg country house in Easedale Road, past now-disused quarries that once provided the rosy-tinged slate stone from which much of the village was built.
Cumbria’s iconic Herdwick sheep is the focus of a high-tech collaboration to safeguard its future at Newton Rigg College in Penrith.
A record number of stalls have doubled the size of this year’s Kendal Wool Gathering, which celebrates the trade on which the town’s wealth was built.