The new summer season at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick opens with a traditional British comedy from the 1950s Watch It, Sailor! by writing duo Philip King and Falkland L.Cary writes Karen Morley-Chesworth.

This summer Lakes Culture has a sizzling series of art, theatre and musical performances to inspire and satisfy the biggest cultural appetite in the L...
Environment Minister Rory Stewart is urging all would-be walkers and have-a-go-hikers to visit their nearest National Park or public woodland this Ban...
The Jennings Keswick Jazz Festival celebrates its silver jubilee in 2016 with a four-day jazz extravaganza featuring some of the very best UK and inte...
A Ceilidh for Christian Aid - St. Mary's church in Threlkeld, with the support of Threlkeld Activities Association is again holding a ceilidh to...
Kim Moore, from Barrow in Furness, and Andrew Forster, from Grange over Sands, have had their poetry collections selected for this year’s Read Regiona...
A new open-top bus service is winding its way down the shores of Ullswater – sometimes dubbed as ‘England’s most beautiful lake’ – thanks to support f...
A dog show heading into its second year is set to boost the flood recovery funds of a Kendal charity caught up in the effects of Storm Desmond. Manna House, which works to provide advice, advocacy...
A Workington musician has written and recorded a musical tribute to the county’s oldest trees. Dave Camlin, 51, of Lamplugh Green, wrote Trees to celebrate the Borrowdale yews - celebrated by...
The flood damaged landscapes around Keswick are set to receive some TLC at the Keswick Mountain Festival on Saturday 21 May thanks to conservation charity Friends of the Lake District who will...
A fun-filled family weekend awaits visitors to Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway between April 30 and May 2, with the Railway offering a wide range of activities and things to see and do on a jam-packed...