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Visit Cumbria and the Lakes for breathtaking scenery and fine cuisine using local ingredients. We’ve got everything you need to know about this foodie haven.

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Cumbria's finest walks are not confined to the Lake District. Travel beyond the national park and explore the county's often less crowded coast, towns and historic sites. Mike Innerdale of National Trust Cumbria chooses his favourites

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These are the four best walks in the Lake District, England, including day walks from Windermere, Grasmere, the Langdale Valleys and Scafell Pike.

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Here's a selection of things to do in Kirkby Lonsdale, a pretty market town in Cumbria. It covers food and drink, shops, walks and more.

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Name: Grange Lido Location: Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria Current status: Closed Date built: 1932 Architect: Bernard Smith (the council surveyor) Listed building status: Grade II Lead organisation: Save Grange Lido Description A very fine intact Art Deco mushroom shaped lido in a stunning setting on the edge of Morecambe Bay just south of the Lake District National Park. Facilities The pool is 50m long and bordered by an entrance block with upper viewing gallery and attached sun decks, detached changing wings, terraces, pump house, paddling pool and a stepped diving stage. Notable facts Grange-over-Sands was transformed from a fishing village to a popular resort following the arrival of the railway in 1857. In the 1930s every self-respecting seaside town had a Lido but almost all of them have been demolished – Grange Lido is the only one of its type left in the North of England. The lido closed in 1993 and its fate has hung by a thread ever since. Current plans Local people overwhelmingly support the re-opening of Grange Lido. Save Grange Lido formed in 2011 and secured the listing of the Lido. It has a clear vision and Business Plan which demonstrates how the lido could benefit local residents, visitors to the area and the local economy. The next stage is to convince the local council that an operating Lido is preferable to filling it in. The Council has earmarked £1.8m for restoration of the site and further funding is being sought. Website www.savegrangelido.co.uk Find this pool Click to open Google Maps in a new window Postcode: LA11 7DS

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In the 17th century the Lowther family, who controlled coalmining in Cumberland, started building a port at Whitehaven to develop the industry. Over the next few decades the Lowthers would ... Read more

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Part of Cumbria, the modern county founded in 1974 from Cumberland, Westmorland and parts of neighbouring Yorkshire and Lancashire, the Lake District has lo

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With winding lanes, slate houses and stunning scenery here's your complete guide to the cutest villages and towns in the Lake District...

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Coniston The most notable feature of Coniston Village is The Old Man of Coniston, rising dramatically behind the houses when seen from the village centre.

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