Passionate About … all things artistic!

English Lakes employs passionate people! Passionate about going the extra mile for our guests. This usually comes from a good work-life balance which allows time for other interests and hobbies.

Meet Debbi Fralick who works at as a Housekeeper. We welcomed Debbi to the Low Wood Bay team in 2013 and very quickly discovered her passion for

… all things artistic! Continue reading

Passionate About … Olympic Biathlon!

English Lakes employs passionate people! Passionate about going the extra mile for our guests. This usually comes from a good work-life balance which allows time for other interests and hobbies.

Ian, Director of Onesimus

Ian, Director of Onesimus

Ian Woods is the Director of Onesimus, our people development and organisational change consultancy, where he is able to apply the same principles as those learned whilst a member of the GB Olympic Biathlon team.

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Passionate About … Taekwondo!

English Lakes employs passionate people! Passionate about going the extra mile for our guests. This usually comes from a good work-life balance which allows time for other interests and hobbies.

James Wilkinson at Low Wood Bay Reception

James Wilkinson at Low Wood Bay Reception

Here, we catch up with James Wilkinson, by day, Head Receptionist at Low Wood Bay … not many people know that James is also a black belt, medal winning taekwondo teacher. Continue reading

Passionate About… Panto

English Lakes employs passionate people! Passionate about going the extra mile for our guests. This usually comes from a good work-life balance which allows time for other interests and hobbies.

See the bottom of this blog to enter our Panto competition.

We catch up with Kate from English Lakes Support office…

Low Wood Bay and the Three Bean Salad!

The famous cow "Daisy" from Jack and the beanstalk

The famous cow “Daisy” from Jack and the beanstalk

“Would you like Beans with that sir?” or indeed “Beans? Maybe?” Or, perhaps… Beans?
By the end of January we will be sick of beans, the thought of them and perhaps the sight of them – plus the never ending thigh slapping jokes and innuendos that are a compulsory addition to the Panto season. Continue reading