Looking for something different to give this Christmas? We know how difficult it can be to give a really special gift, especially ones that Don’t Cost the Earth. Here’s some inspiration…
Continue reading “8 Christmas Gifts Ideas that Don’t Cost the Earth”
“Because it’s there” has been called the most famous 3 words in mountaineering. That was, of course, the response of the English mountaineer George Mallory, when he was asked why he wanted to climb Everest. Continue reading “10 Highest Lake District Mountains and 10 Top Mountain Facts”
“I’m bored”, “There’s nothing to do”, “This is boring!” All familiar phrases in homes up and down our land. Why not take a look at what’s going on in museums, parks and stately homes around your area – many are free or relatively inexpensive.
For our visitors to the Lake District, we’ve highlighted five activities for you to choose from this October half-term. Continue reading “Creating Happy Memories: 5 Half-Term Lake District Activities for Children”
Janet Smedley, physiotherapist at Low Wood Club, will be on the finish line of the gruelling Stage 5 of the Aviva Tour of Britain cycle race to help and support the cyclists with their tired and aching limbs. Continue reading “Low Wood Club Physiotherapist at Tour of Britain Cycle Race”
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”
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”
There’s plenty of literature around these days that can make motorists feel that they are gas guzzling galumphs bent on desecrating the landscape. Especially in places of outstanding beauty like the Lake District. It’s refreshing, therefore, to find a publication that is dedicated simply to the wonder of what can be discovered when using bus, bicycle, boat and boots – without lashings of guilt trip on the side. Continue reading “Holiday Book Review – See More”