We shall be reflecting on and sharing our experience of an extended Experiment in retreat over the whole weekend. A simple art technique will enable us to physically process both our experience in Experiment and resonances from Swarthmoor Hall’s Quaker heritage and peaceful gardens. We shall then reflect further on the emergence of deeper meanings in the work we produce and share together. No previous art experience is required: materials, assistance and support will be provided. Book via Swarthmoor Hall Office I £333 ensuite I £318 standard Info & bookings: http://www.swarthmoorhall.co.uk/media/Swarthmoor-Hall-booking-form-2017.pdf
This summer sees the return of the Beatrix Potter Musical Adventure. Inspired by the world-famous stories, this unique stage show brings to life Beatrix Potter’s favourite characters in a not-to-be missed visual spectacular. Playing up to 3 times a day from 10th June – 3rd Sept 2017 in the Old Laundry Theatre within the World of Beatrix Potter. Ticket prices: Adults £10, Children £8, Family £33. Meet Peter Rabbit ticket packages and joint show + Attraction tickets available Showings begin at 11:00am and 14:30pm
Whitehaven is a small town and port on the coast of Cumbria, England. Historically a part of Cumberland, it lies equidistant between Cumbria’s two largest settlements, Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness, and is served by the Cumbrian Coast Line and the A595 road. It is the administrative centre of the Borough of Copeland and an unparished area.
New for this year and kindly named by the team at Bike Bible after tackling our inaugural event, by popular demand we bring you the Brathay Brutal. At 58 miles the Brutal may not be the longest ride out there, but with an early season 6,200 feet of climbing it’s no small effort!
With the steeper climbs ranging between 20% and 35% you will certainly have to work for your end of ride meal (which is included by the way). With views over the Duddon Valley, Coniston Water and Windermere it is sure to be a scenic ride.
Building on a combination of our previous route and rides, we bring you a revamped Brathay Belter. Changes to the route following comments from last year result in a 44 mile route with 4,200 feet of climbing, presenting a nice early season challenge for those looking for a start to the 2017 cycling season. Covering a combination of the 2016 route and sections from the Brathay Brutal the route offers those looking for a challenge, but something not quite so “brutal”, the opportunity to enjoy some early spring riding. Including climbs such as Blea Tarn, but steering around Wrynose Pass (unlike the Brutal which
For those new to cycling or just looking for something a bit less challenging, we bring you the Brathay Breeze. Whether you’re new to cycling or want some exercise while waiting for someone on the longer routes, the Brathay Breeze offers an opportunity to launch your cycling season.
The Breeze presents an ideal opportunity for an enjoyable family weekend ride or a something gentle for those looking to take it easy. At 15 miles with a total of 1,400 feet of climbing the Breeze is the ideal chance just to have a go at a cycling sportive while enjoying the stunning Lake District scenery.