We have only a few months to go before the spring sets in and the world turns once again. It may seem that until that time actually arrives, there’s not much you can do about your garden and while that’s true in terms of planting and working the soil, it couldn’t be...

This autumn Lakes Culture brings you a colourful and creative season of art about comics, colour and the environment, theatre about Cumbria, China and...
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 vibrant group of Cumbrian heritage attractions is today (Monday July 18) launching an exciting ‘Mystery Objects Week’, which is aiming to engage all the family in a competitive challenge to...
The full wealth of emotions and death you would expect from a Greek tragedy are beautifully presented in Anne Carson's translation of Elektra at Theatre by the Lake's Studio this summer season,...
The Lake District, Cumbria, is officially the most popular destination for walking in Britain, according to a new nationwide survey just released by Ordnance Survey. Their OS Maps service analysed...
You can see why David Hare was voted one of the top 10 playwrights of the 20th century when you listen to his poetic lines of reasoning in The Vertical Hour writes Karen Morley-Chesworth.