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Cumbria4Europe Sep 20
Hey all folk! Who fancies a trip to Manchester on 29 September?
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MrsB Sep 17
I've been photographing sheep recently, a lot of sheep. I'd love to share this with you, if you promise to look at it on a big screen. 'The Gather.' Gathering nearly 1,000 Herdwick sheep in Wasdale, Cumbria for dipping.
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Culter BT 7h
After yesterday’s rain it was great to run about the beach in sunshine ☀️ today
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Stephen G. Rae Sep 22
Burnley-born author and historian Simon Young is organising a ‘census’ of one of England’s most mysterious and fearful supernatural creatures - the boggart. Common in also.
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Ye Olde Fleece Inn, Kendal Sep 19
Shhhh don't tell everyone how good is.
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Meg Procter Sep 19
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philip jackson Sep 16
On the ridge between Silver How and the Langdale Pikes. Looking towards the Pikes which can be seen on the skyline in the distance.
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Paul Bullen Sep 22
Click to view - Greenhow End towering above Deepdale Beck, and one of the many small cascades tumbling down the valley.
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Lizzie Lee 38m
What a find today in
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MintCakeCollective Sep 22
Picked this up yesterday in Appleby. Delicious !!! Kath Earls gingerbread
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Lake District Walker 5h
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Phil Rigby 13h
Happy Monday and autumnal equinox, everyone 😀
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rattycastle 2h
hurry up boys before it rains. sowing in a hurry In
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John Reed Music 22m
Today on the coast, two men and their cameras filmed and photographed everything and anything that moved 😎
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Lakes Business Services 6h
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WildHaweswater Sep 20
Brilliant day reflowering the hills at Mardale yesterday. Our team of got over 600 globeflower, devil's bit scabious, water avens, wood cranesbill & bitter vetch plugs planted, all grown from locally collected seed. It's looking amazing up there!
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Tiana Marie Studios Sep 21
Taking a literary walk from Ambleside to Rydal with fellow students on the MA Literature Romanticism & the Lake District course.
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Ye Olde Fleece Inn, Kendal 2h
The all new CHILLED CASK a first for new for great reviews so far. Great to offer something unique. Installed ready for in Nov.
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Robert Craig Sep 21
Fantastic day to be up on the tops in the Lakes
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Brian Parry 13h
Damp and rainy at Wast Water but nonetheless mesmerising
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