The Rat Pack: Chinese New Year at Tullie House

The Rat Pack: Chinese New Year at Tullie House Saturday 25th January 10.00am – 5.00pm Families will get a taste of Chinese culture as part of the Chinese New Year celebration taking place at Tullie House Museum and Carlisle City Centre. This Saturday 25 January, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery is marking the beginning […]

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Local musicians and poets celebrate the 250th anniversary of The Cumberland Bard

Local musicians and poets celebrate the 250th anniversary of The Cumberland Bard Saturday 1 February marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of The Cumberland Bard: Robert Anderson.  Born in Carlisle in 1770, Anderson published his most famous collection, Ballads in the Cumberland Dialect in 1805. This volume included many of his best-known poems and […]

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Scottish comedian Gary Meikle comes to Old Fire Station on Sunday 14th June

Scottish comedian Gary Meikle announces 2020 UK Tour As featured in The List’s ‘COMEDY HOT 100’ for 2019 Following a 2019 sell-out UK tour, award winning Scottish stand-up comedian and viral sensation, Gary Meikle, has announced he’ll be returning to stages with a brand-new tour across the UK in 2020, called Surreal; a title that perfectly describes Meikle’s […]

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Simone Armstrong – New Music

Simone Armstrong – New Music Simone Armstrong was brought up in Workington but has spent last year in Liverpool studying at university. She used to seek out backing tracks she could sing along to at home but decided to teach herself guitar to provide her own accompaniment, which is where she found a love of […]

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Dens, Daisies & Discoveries takes learning Outside

Dens, Daisies & Discoveries takes learning Outside Primary School Teacher, Josie Carding, has left the classroom, to take learning outdoors. After teaching in an inner city, Carlisle school, Josie has taken the leap to set up her own business ‘Dens, Daisies & Discoveries’, in order to get children more active and reconnected with the natural […]

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The Blues Band comes to Brewery Arts Centre 14th Feb

The Blues Band  –  
 
Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Tom McGuinness, Rob Townsend and Gary Fletcher Many of the Blues Band’s 21st century fans weren’t even born when these five virtuosos, already music industry veterans, decided to fly in the face of musical fashion in 1979 and form a band ‘just to play the blues’. No one […]

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Burns Night Recipes

Burns night is just around the corner and while tradition fayre would tend to be Haggis, Neeps and Tatties we don’t all have the time address the the Haggis, peel the spuds and mash a swede. Wee Beasties of the Glen  But have found the perfect dish that’s traditional, tasty and quick to prepare.  Enjoy. […]

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New Support Service for over 55’s in Millom and surrounding areas

“Giving our older generation the opportunity to live fulfilled and independent lives, through providing personalised advice and support”. Copeland Age and Advice Service (CAAS) recently announced a formal launch of its brand new, not for profit, Social Enterprise in Millom. The service provides a home visiting service to provide information, advice and guidance to over […]

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Tomato Arancini with Henderson’s Relish

Tomato Arancini with Henderson’s Relish We’re aware that we should eat less meat if we’re serious about helping the environment and we want to show you that vegan food can be exciting and tasty. Arancini are deep-fried stuffed risotto balls. They hail from Italy and take their name from the ‘little oranges’ which they resemble […]

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Keep Your Pets Active This Winter

Keep Your Pets Active This Winter Oak Tree Animals’ Charity has some great ways to help you and your dog through the winter months. Adverse winter weather can prevent owners from providing their dog with their usual level of exercise and mental stimulation – but fear not, Oak Tree is on hand with some tips […]

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