Low Wood Bay hosts Big Chill Swim 2016 on Windermere

Low Wood Bay has a long history of encouraging visitors to enjoy the waters of lake Windermere – either by boat or open water swimming. Continue reading “Low Wood Bay hosts Big Chill Swim 2016 on Windermere”

Business as Usual at English Lakes

Over the weekend Storm Desmond hit Northern Ireland, north Wales, southern Scotland and especially north-west England. Record-breaking amounts of rain fell in Cumbria resulting in localised flooding and power outages that affected the operation of all five English Lake properties and the surrounding area. Continue reading “Business as Usual at English Lakes”

Wakesurf Windermere at Low Wood Bay Watersports

On August Bank Holiday weekend, we hosted MasterCraft Wakesurf Windermere at Low Wood Bay Watersports, and we captured some great photos from the event.

Showcasing the new X20 & NXT20 boats, MasterCraft invited people to wake surf & wakeboard on Windermere throughout the day. Continue reading “Wakesurf Windermere at Low Wood Bay Watersports”

Health Professionals, Cancer Survivors and Dragons at Low Wood Bay

Now in their eighth season, Paddlers for Life will host the North West Cancer Survivorship Conference at Low Wood Bay on Saturday, 12th September and the spectacular Charity Dragon Boat Regatta the following day.

This is an opportunity for GPs and health professionals, cancer rehabilitation specialists, cancer survivors and supporters to get together in the heart of the beautiful Lake District, discovering together what the future can hold for cancer survivors and to build a greater understanding of the eclectic nature of the physical, social and practical needs of cancer survivors in order to drive practice improvement.   Continue reading “Health Professionals, Cancer Survivors and Dragons at Low Wood Bay”

Cassie Patten’s Training advice for the next Great North Swim

In the final video of our series filmed at Low Wood Bay, Cassie Patten talks to Kate, Anna and Rachel about training in preparation for next years Great North Swim. Continue reading “Cassie Patten’s Training advice for the next Great North Swim”

Great North Swim Tips with Cassie Patten: Confidence

Following on from our previous Great North Swim Video with Cassie Patten where we covered Sighting, Kate, Anna and Rachel ask for some tips to build their confidence in the open water. Continue reading “Great North Swim Tips with Cassie Patten: Confidence”

Great North Swim Tips with Cassie Patten: Sighting

In the second of our video blogs in the lead up to the Great North Swim, Cassie Patten, open water Olympic Bronze and two times World Silver Medalist talks to Kate Cameron, Anna Rogerson and Rachel Amner, a group of three women who are signed up to do the 2 mile race at the Great North Swim and who have all caught the open water swimming ‘bug’. Continue reading “Great North Swim Tips with Cassie Patten: Sighting”