Divine Sunset at The Midland

We have seen some amazing photographs taken from The Midland, but this takes some beating. The story behind the photograph makes it even more poignant.

Beautiful sunset from The Midland
Beautiful sunset from The Midland

Midland guest, Chris Peear-Wilson, has been diagnosed with various auto-immune illnesses and a degenerative condition which affects both eyes and has rendered her partially blind. She never has a day free from pain. With the vision she has left she is making every second count. Keen on nature, with a passion for ornithology, flora and fauna, Chris had, until quite recently, made quite a name for herself locally in Denbighshire as an jounalartist who loves to draw birds. Observing them from close quarters, she developed a way of committing their shape and colour to memory, later re-creating the images on paper. Unfortunately, Chris is now no longer able to see well enough to draw.

Indefatigable, Chris has taken up photography and captures nature through the lens whenever possible. She was delighted with this particular shot – the light on Morecambe Bay sands in the shape of a cross echoing her own strong faith.  She calls the photograph ‘Divine Sunset’ and commented,

‘Divine Sunset’ was followed by a ‘divine evening’ that only The Midland could deliver. I hope this photograph encourages and inspires others.

We wish Chris every success in the future as she faces the challenges that her illness brings. Thank you for sharing this magnificent image with us.

Room with a View

The Midland with its Sun Terrace restaurant and bedrooms overlooking Morecambe Bay is the perfect place to experience your own divine evening. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Watching the sun setting with a glass of bubbly
Watching the sun setting with a glass of bubbly

 

 

English Lakes Conferences – Business Need Never Be Boring

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Pasture Promise Milk – The Journey from the Farm to our Hotels

Lancaster House is proud to support local suppliers. This week the FAO (the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations) celebrated World Milk Day so we followed the milk trail from farm to dairy to see first-hand where our milk comes from. Cherrie tells us about their grand day out…

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Morecambe Bay Shrimps at The Midland Seafood Festival

One of The Midland’s most popular dishes, we have the great privilege of living just a stone’s throw from where Morecambe Bay Shrimps arrive on shore. From net to Chef in a matter of hours – there’s nothing that beats the freshness of that daily catch. Continue reading “Morecambe Bay Shrimps at The Midland Seafood Festival”

English Lakes Mascot ‘Sam’ travels to Space

Sam the dog, our mascot has been to some lovely venues around the Lake District, but this adventure is taking  ‘day out’ to a whole new dimension! Here is the full story about this ambitious project to send Sam in to Space. Continue reading “English Lakes Mascot ‘Sam’ travels to Space”

Shakespeare Visits The Midland in Morecambe

Calling all Thespians and those with Shakespearean stamina! There’s a new festival taking centre stage in the town of Morecambe – The Bard by the Beach: Morecambe Shakespeare Festival Continue reading “Shakespeare Visits The Midland in Morecambe”

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”