Arnside to Hincaster Railway:The Arnside to Hincaster railway line, of which Sandside cutting is part, was completed in 1876 and remained open until 1963.The
‘The Crack’ – Kendal:
This very narrow entrance to Kirkbarrow is known locally as ‘The Crack’ or ‘T’Crack’.
This ancient pathway runs from Kirkland (opposite
Serpentine Woods – Kendal:Serpentine Woods and Fell Common Lands were gifted to Kendal in 1767.
Romney’s Kendal Mint Cake:
Kendal has become renowned for its Mint cake, a sweet concoction of glucose and peppermint that gives a much-needed sugar
Kendal Canal – the Black and White Canal:
The Kendal canal was opened in 1819 as an extension to the Preston to Lancaster canal.
Whitbarrow Scar On A Clear Day:As you travel towards Grange-over-Sands along the A590, you pass an impressive rock face on the right.Just past the
The Topiary Gardens and Levens Hall:
Levens Hall is situated just off the A6 near Levens village and two miles south of Sizergh Castle.
The Kendal Calling summer music scene is now an annual fixture on the festival circuit.The three-day Kendal Calling is an indie, dance and music fest
The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal is very much at the heart of South Lakeland’s cultural and creative life.
It is one of the country’s
The Leyland Clock Kendal:This Leyland Clock stood proudly for many years at the Jungle transport cafe on the A6 close to Shap.In 1973, after