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Ulverston Website

"Ulverston Online"

This delightful town, with its unique charm, friendly independent specialist shops, olde worlde pubs, wide selection of cafes, restaurants and accommodation, fascinating ginnels and cobbled streets hold many surprises.

Caldbeck Website

"Caldbeck Online"

Caldbeck in North Cumbria is one of the most beautiful and peaceful of all the Lakeland villages and is ideally situated for exploring the Lake District, the Scottish Borders, the Eden Valley and the North Pennines. The village and the surrounding area have so much to offer everyone.

Keswick Travel
& Community Guide

"Nestled between the North Lakeland fells and Derwentwater, England's widest and most stunning lake"

Though Keswick is known as a centre of excellence for walkers and climbers, the Lakeland town and surrounding area offer something for everyone.

With Lake District accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, activities for any weather, annual events and diverse businesses,

Keswick is both a fantastic place to visit and a great area to live.

Eden District Council Website

"A lovely destination at any time of year"

Discover the areas dramatic landscapes of Ullswater, Alston and the North Pennines and the Eden Valley.

Close to both the borders of Scotland and the Yorkshire Dales, this secluded and unspoilt destination will inspire, rejuvenate and refresh you at any time of the year.

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Whitehaven Website

"Marra goes on the web"

Comprehensive guide to Whitehaven with local tourist, historic and business information including gigs and bands.

Hawkshead Tourist Information

"The prettiest village in the Lake District"

Hawkshead has flourished since its beginnings as a medieval market town.

Today, with its car-free village centre, it's the perfect place for the visitor to experience the 'real' Lake District.

The cobbled streets, squares and courtyards and the beautiful whitewashed cottages, topped with local Lakeland slate, give this little place a magical feel.


Cumbria Tourism

"The official website of Cumbria Tourism"

Whether you require details on how to get there or how to get around, advice on what to see and do, suggestions of where to stay or even what the weather is going to be like, you will find the information here at your fingertips.

Eden Valley Website

"Just waiting to be discovered"

Imagine a beautiful corner of England unspoiled by industry and almost unknown.

This is the the Eden Valley, where you will find quiet hamlets and villages, dramatic landscapes and the opportunity to escape from the pressures of modern life.

The Arnside Gateway

"Provides online access to resources related to Arnside and its immediate area"

Arnside attracts many tourists and is a popular retirement haven with a thriving and active community life.

Located within the Arnside and Silverdale area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with many interesting and scenic walks.

Dalton-in-Furness Website

"Dalton Community Association website"

Complete guide to Dalton with local tourist and business information including the 'Spirit of Dalton' Community Magazine.

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Tourism Website

"Information for residents and tourists on how to spend leisure time in the area"

The borough of Barrow-in-Furness is situated at the tip of Cumbria, to the north of Morecambe Bay and set against the spectacular backdrop of the English Lake District mountains.

One of the best kept secrets in Britain, barrow is a Victorian built town with a proud heritage of  innovation.

Surrounded by beautiful beaches and inspiring scenery, it is a destination of surprises.

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Kendal Online

"Online Community Website"

The history of Kendal dates back to the pre-Roman times, the last queen of Henry VIII, Katherine Parr was born here in 1512 at Kendal Castle. The ruins of which can still be seen today.

Kendal is also known as the "auld grey town" due to the fact it has many fine old houses and buildings, built in grey limestone.

Kirkby Stephen
Community Website

"Space to breathe, room to grow"

A traditional market town of historic buildings, cobbled yards, quaint corners and interesting shops, it is surrounded by a landscape of pastoral rural scenery and wild uplands.

Being remote from large towns and population centres, Kirkby Stephen has developed a strong and self-sufficient identity and a vibrant sense of community.

Hawkshead Village Website

"Home to Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter"

Set in the magnificent Vale of Esthwaite in the heart of the English Lake District, Hawkshead is a truly historic and wonderfully picturesque village characterised by its cluster of whitewashed houses, archways and alleyways, courtyards and squares.

The centre of Hawkshead is closed to cars which enhances its character and makes wandering around its narrow winding streets especially rewarding.

Carlisle Website

"Council website providing information for tourists and visitors"

Informative guide to Carlisle's places of interest, events, shopping and accommodation etc. Website

"Never fail to be inspired or soothed by it"

On the clean clear lake there are facilities for quiet water sports: sailing, sail-boarding, fishing and cruising, while the surrounding valleys and mountains provide a vast variety of walks from short amble to challenging hill walking.

There are also facilities for other healthy outdoor activities such as horse-riding, cycling, mountain-biking, rock-climbing and many more.

There are villages and hamlets with shops for essentials and souvenirs; inns, cafés and restaurants for refreshments to suit most tastes and budgets.

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