Cassie Patten became a household name in open water swimming when she won bronze at the 2008 Bejing Olympics.
Just a short time after this victory she went on to take first place at the inaugural Great North Swim in September 2008 hosted at Low Wood Bay, beating her friend and rival Kerri Anne Payne.
With just ten days left until the competitors take to the water for the 2014 Great North Swim, Cassie gives us a few tips and sends her best wishes to each swimmer, whatever their goal.
Put the kettle on and add one more to the 60.2 billion cups of tea we drink in the UK every year! 2014 marks the 250th Anniversary of the birth of Charles Grey, the 2nd Earl Grey.
There was so much more to this man than simply lending his name to a variety of tea, and here at Low Wood Bay throughout the month of June 2014 we commemorate his anniversary …
The second Low Wood No Wood Cardboard Boat Race took place on 17th May 2014. In partnership with Low Wood Bay and Progression Solicitors the event raised £3,845 in aid of the Lake District Calvert Trust. Continue reading