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Art For All At The Derwent Pencil Museum

The Derwent Pencil Museum is offering local children and their families huge discounts, in a bid to make art accessible for all.  The local attraction is encouraging creativity in Cumbrian children by giving their family the opportunity to purchase a yearly admission ticket to the Pencil Museum for just £10. The ticket, which includes two […]

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West Cumbrian Attraction Scoops Gold Award

The Lakes Distillery near Cockermouth has been announced today as one of VisitEngland’s 2017 ‘attractions accolades’. The only west Cumbrian attraction to receive an accolade, the distillery and visitors centre scooped a Gold Award in recognition of the quality visitor experiences on offer. Designed to celebrate excellence within the visitor attraction sector, VisitEngland’s Accolades showcase […]

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Half Term Activities at the Beacon Museum

 This  half term, the Beacon Museum will be celebrating cultural heritage in a number of ways. In the centenary year of women’s suffrage, Celebrating Women of Cumbria is a county wide series of exhibitions that puts women that have shaped our history back into the spotlight. Our local hero is medical pioneer Dame Edith Mary […]

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West Cumbria Half-Term Round Up

Not looking forward to a wet week (let’s not kid ourselves) with the kids under your feet? Take some rainy day inspiration from these exciting events, being held by our local venues this half-term. The Beacon Chinese New Year Workshops – Masks and Lanterns All Week Celebrate the start of the Chinese Year of the […]

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Conquer Half-term And Treat The Kids This February

Keswick’s local theatre is taking the hard work out of half-term and helping parents entertain the kids over the holiday week with a fun-filled programme of events. From live music, circus skills and puppetry to creative crafting, interactive theatre and magical illusions, there’s something to suit all ages and interests, keeping imaginations fuelled during the […]

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Burns Night Celebrations at Rosehill Theatre

Rosehill Theatre are celebrating the poetry and life of Robbie Burns on Thursday 25 January at 7pm with Head Chef (and covert Scot) Jon Fell’s delicious Scottish menu in The Green Room restaurant.  Join us for a splendid Burns Night 5-course dinner prepared by the Green Room team; £30 per person BURNS NIGHT DINNER MENU […]

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Have Your Say on the Thirlmere Zip Wire Plan

With the Planning Application for the Thirlmere Activity Hub now submitted, your voice really can make a difference.   The Planning Application for the Thirlmere Activity Hub has now been submitted to the Lake District National Park Authority, who will assess the application and take into account any comments they now receive about the scheme.   […]

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Live life Adventurously At Go Ape

It was a bright but cold day when my colleague Sarah and I we’re let loose out of the office to embark on a tree top quest at no other than Go Ape – to say we were excited about swinging through the trees on a Tuesday morning was a bit of an understatement. Go […]

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Out n About in February Half Term

Out n About this February You may not be fully over the Christmas holidays, but the kids are already about to enjoy some more time off school. After juggling the uniform, the pens and pencils cases, the dark mornings, and everything else that the back-to-school weeks bring, February half-term means some well earned family time. […]

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Copeland Residents Go Free At The Beacon

Copeland Residents Go Free Copeland residents can now enjoy free admission into the Beacon Museum with the reintroduction of the Copeland Pass. Re-launching the initiative during November, The Copeland Pass grants those who reside in the Copeland free entry into the museum during specified periods, and with a number of exciting exhibitions now on display, there […]

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