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Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our survey recently, we really appreciate the feedback! We have picked a winner of our prize draw and will be contacting them shortly so be sure to check your inboxes/voicemails.
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South Lakeland DC Aug 9
Please help to avoid scenes like this and keep and the tidy by taking your litter home. Thank you.
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Sean Banks Aug 9
over Village Hall this evening
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YY125 15h
🌩⚡ Amazing views from my conservstory tonight!
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Wild Haweswater 13m
Great feedback from this weekend's Badger Hide guests! They enjoyed brilliant views of two badgers foraging for an hour, had a visit from a cautious fox 🦊 and even spotted some hares! 📸 Photos kindly shared by Paul Glasby
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Bard of Cumberland 5h
: Castle Howe. Some children were digging on the hill when they uncovered a tiny house with a slate roof. When they returned to the same spot a few hours later, the house had disappeared. Reminds me of the elf (Huldufólk) houses on Iceland.
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Stephan Brzozowski Aug 9
Beating the heat with an early morning walk in complete solitude along the wonderful section of the , over the Dun Fells to Cross Fell, via Crowdundle Beck.
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Lee Schofield Aug 4
Some epic river restoration going on in right now.
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Dickie Felton Aug 10
Greetings from sunny Arnside . Like just don’t walk the extra 50 yards to the next bin which is empty...
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KevMorgans Aug 9
A beautiful pony standing tall on a remote Cumbrian fell.
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NW&NEAAF Aug 9
Cub Hunting is despicable it’s ilegal...cruel beyond belief. Terrier men & Fell Packs have been known, in the past, to capture Cubs. Even building false earths to keep them in to kill in the hunt.... how cruel is this? 5years in jail if caught. Bet thet happens...NOT
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Oliver Hodgson 13h
A dramatic video shared by locals in West Cumbria shows a house being struck by lightning.
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David Morris Aug 8
Counted over 50 flowering spikes of Broad-leaved Helleborine, Epipactis helleborine in Miltonrigg Woods, this morning. Nice range of colour variation too.
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