Walney Channel and Bridge:For those who don’t know the Furness Peninsula, Walney Channel separates Barrow-in-Furness from Walney Island.Walney Island protects Barrow itself from the
Cumbria To Host Tour of Britain Stage in 2021:
Cumbria will once again host a stage of UK’s elite road cycling race – the Tour
Cast Iron Shop Front in Dalton-in-Furness:
Hartley’s Restaurant at 51, Market Street in Dalton-in-Furness has its own individual identity from other shops in the
Old Park Wood and Leven Estuary
Old Park Wood is an ancient woodland situated on the Holker Estate.
The area is managed for wildlife
Dalton was historically the capital of Furness and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Dalton Castle is a 14th-century Pele tower built to assert the
It’s been a pleasure visiting the Safari Zoo in Dalton today.
There has been a massive amount of negative publicity in the press over the
Beautiful St Peter’s Church – Field Broughton:The original church on the site was a chapel of ease to Cartmel Priory built-in 1745.In 1875 Field
A Spectacular Greenodd Sunrise:
A perfect sunrise in Greenodd first thing on January 20th 2015.
Dalton Safari Zoo:
The South Lakes Wild Animal Park near Dalton in Furness is Europe’s most interactive animal park.
It is renowned for just how
Haverthwaite Sign – One way or another I’m gonna find ya:
The gale-force winds last Wednesday night certainly made navigating interesting around Haverthwaite.