Morecambe Bay Sky

The sun was trying to break through over the bay earlier today making the shafts of light look as though they are from spotlights.

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Rose Castle

Rose Castle near Dalston in the north of the county is about to be converted into an international Christian centre for reconciliation. The cost of the work to change the…

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Windermere Lake Cruises

Windermere Lake Cruises hosts more than 1.3 million passenger journeys annually on the country’s longest lake.The company operates 16 boats including three steamers, nine waterbuses and their most iconic vessel,…

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Kendal Castle

Kendal’s first castle (a wooden structure) was erected at Castle Howe but was later replaced by this stone-built Kendal Castle on the opposite side of the river where the ruin…

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Carlisle Cathedral

Carlisle Cathedral was founded in 1122 as a priory and became a cathedral in 1132. A daily service has been held here every day for 900 years. It has a…

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Laughing Gravy

The name of Stan and Ollie's dog was 'Laughing Gravy'. Here he is tugging at Ollie's trousers. The statue and Stan Laurel's birthplace can be seen in Ulverston.

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Stan Laurel – Ulverston

Stan Laurel was born in Ulverston, Cumbria on 16th June 1890 at his grand parents’ house at 3 Argyle Street. The property is still there to this day. This bronze…

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