Making tracks

29th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

Born and brought up in Whitehaven, Tom Tyson became a professional musician at 17. He played bass with some of the pop greats and worked […]

Drawn to nature

29th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

Angie Mitchell is a painter, printmaker and art teacher who lives and works in Kendal and exhibits widely. A member of the Lake Artists Society, […]

Sands of time

29th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

Formed by glaciers, Morecambe Bay has been a major thoroughfare, an industrial powerhouse and a place of tragedy and beauty. Writer and broadcaster Eric Robson […]

A vintage tale

29th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

Wine merchant Julius Barratt’s retirement project, to convert part of the former Low Wood gunpowder mills near Backbarrow into modern offices, was more complex than […]

Grace in favour

29th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

Journalist and broadcaster Grace Dent has taken on her biggest job yet as The Guardian newspaper’s new restaurant critic. The former Carlisle schoolgirl speaks about […]

Splendid isolation

20th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

Its relative remoteness and careful management make South Walney Nature Reserve a haven for migrating birds, grey seals and beautiful flowers, where visitors are welcome.Report […]

As nature intended

4th January 2018 Cumbria Life 0

David and Bekka Corrie-Close of the Horned Beef Company are farming to produce the best tasting meat and the best result for the land where […]