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But what Wordsworth and Coleridge tore apart, Postman Pat put back together again...There was a 'wow' moment about ten minutes after leaving the M6. You turn a corner and suddenly the full majesty of the Lake District unfolds before you. Imagine a
A group of friends in Croydon, south London, last week issued a challenge that combined cheek with chutzpah: they asked the Cumbrian Tourism Office to stop referring to its territory as The Lake District. Apart from Lake Bassenthwaite, they said, the
This question is the basis of a unlikely demand being made by a group of people from south London. Cumbria's lakes is actually a lake, and the rest are meres, tarns or waters. In an email to the county's tourist board, Cumbria Tourism, it says it has
23 Click to rate Rating (0) And this folks is what you're paying your taxes for... Steve , Brazil, 03/4/2013 17:23 Click to rate Rating (0) You would think by looking at the photos that Croydon would keep its gob shut.
Lakeside 'litter pick' clean up turned into art work 3 March 2013 Last updated at 04:10 ET Hundreds of scuba divers have taken part in a litter pick in Windermere, in Cumbria's Lake District. The clean-up, the largest of its kind in Britain, took
Edward Davey said Cumbria's withdrawal will not stop the waste management programme being successful Britain's long-term nuclear plans have been thrown into disarray after the only county willing to store radioactive waste pulled out of the running.
Britain needs to find a site for the long-term underground storage of high-level radioactive waste...At its smallest, it would be about the size of Workington or Whitehaven; at its biggest, larger than Carlisle. Waste would be stored in underground
High House at Seathwaite, Borrowdale, belongs to the K Fellfarers club from Kendal. Photograph: Tony Greenbank Lakeland's climbing huts, much like the Hornli hut on the Matterhorn, let club members get to grips with rock and ice from close quarters.
Maryport, West Cumbria, is a possible site for underground storage of radioactive waste. Photograph: Christopher Thomond From the soaring crags of Scafell Pike to the black depths of Wastwater, the Lake District is one of Britain's most beguiling
Queenstown Lakes District Council, Fuseworks January 10, 2013, 9:44 am As forecast, the Queenstown Lakes District Council is not anticipating any problems resulting from high lake levels in the district today. The Otago Regional Council has advised