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A useful guide to some of the best places to eat in this pretty lakeland village.
An interesting new guide to more than 40 galleries situated throughout the county. With an easy to use map showing the location of these galleries in four regions it provides just the right encouragement needed to explore the rich variety of work being displayed. This feature appeared in Issue No.9
The largest section, 72 pages, which takes you from Grasmere and William Wordsworth to Ambleside and then onto the Langdales, Coniston, Staveley, Ings and Bowness,Kendal and Sedbergh.
Keswick is probably the most popular 'all year' destination throughout the year this 36 page section includes a guide to points of interest around the Honister Pass, Bassenthwaite, Uldale and Caldbeck. Also includes Cockermouth.
There are some really unspoilt parts to Cumbria and here you'll find some of them. This 34 page section, starting with Penrith, provides some good ideas of where to find the best places to visit. Take the scenic drive along the A686 from Alston to Penrith and across to Ullswater, Glenridding and Patterdale.
A city with a fascinating history which also excels as a shoppers heaven. Includes a couple of useful maps to help guide you around the city. East of Carlisle is Brampton and an interesting part of the Roman Wall.
A glorious part of the county which is quite and unspoilt, especially around Eskdale and Ravenglass. Starting at Cockermouth this 18 page section provides a good guide to where you'll find some interesting places to visit including Silloth, Allonby, Maryport, Whitehaven and Gosforth.
Tucked away in the south and south west corner of the county there are some interesting places to visit in Barrow, Ulverston, Cartmel, Grange over Sands and Low Newton. And if you're interested in pigs than you must go to Gleaston Water Mill!.