A wedding vow renewal ceremony is an opportunity for married couples to demonstrate that the vows they took, often many years previously, hold true to the present day. Sometimes it’s a way of marking a significant anniversary, perhaps to celebrate the wedding they never had or to acknowledge coming through one of life’s challenges together.
Low Wood Bay has a long, fruitful and continuing association with Ambleside Sports. As early as 1946, the then Manager became President and in 1979 our previous Chairman and Managing Director, Michael Berry, took the role and became a stalwart contributor, helping to make the event the tour de force it is today. Continue reading “Ambleside Sports – A Long Standing Lake District Tradition”
The Ellebye family – Lars, Theresia and their children David and Rachel, have been regular guests at Low Wood Bay for seven years. They love Christmas in the Lakes and have even brought executives from the pharmaceutical industry in Denmark over for a conference at the hotel. Continue reading “From a Ski Lift to Christmas and Conferences at Low Wood Bay”
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”
Following on from our previous Great North Swim Video with Cassie Patten where we covered Sighting and Confidence Kate, Anna and Rachel ask for some tips on what they should eat before a Great Swim or an Open Water Swimming event. Continue reading “Great North Swim Tips with Cassie Patten: Nutrition”
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”
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”