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Bike Sharing System To Start In Jurong Lake District

Bike Sharing System To Start In Jurong Lake District The first ever bike-sharing system will take place in Jurong Lake District by end next year, 2017. There will be 100 docking stations and 1,000 bikes. Two other places – one...
by New Condo Launch online on Jul 31, 2016

The Shepherd’s Life by James Rebanks

 Source: Library Shortlisted for 2016 Wainwright’s Prize Five words from the blurb: Lake District, farming, generations, sheep, land James Rebanks is a farmer in the Lake District and his family have kept sheep on the fells for generations. Th...
by Farm Lane Books Blog on Jul 13, 2016

BEANS MEANZ NO SANDWICHES

Ever walked up or climbed a mountain? Continue reading →...
by Sitting Comfortably? on Apr 27, 2016

Jurong Lake Garden To Be Transformed

Jurong Lake Garden To Be Transformed   A tender has been called by the National Parks Board (NParks) to turn Jurong Lake Garden (JLG) into a new green lung for the largest regional centre outside the city. Consultants will be...
by New Condo Launch online on Mar 8, 2016

A weekend of culture in the Lake District (or what to do if it rains)

by Heather on her travels on Feb 24, 2016

For those gays who love gay birding & birdwatching in Patagonia

 Among all the various gay friendly birding trips available this one was designed to cover all the seven (7) natural regions that make up Patagonia.  For those gays who love gay birding & birdwatching in Patagonia These regions are...

10 Tempat Wisata di Inggris yang Wajib Dikunjungi

London, London… Ingin ku ke sana London, London… Pergi menyusulnya Sebenernya bukan The Changcuters saja sih yang ingin pergi ke London, karena banyak dari Anda para traveler yang pasti pengen menginjakkan kaki di London. London sendiri seolah me...
by Aneka Tempat Wisata on Feb 13, 2016

Small Beer, Smaller World

Parched and dry, you sat patiently, eagerly willing the aged barmaid, hip joints creaking and groaning, to make it in one piece; while your pint glasses slid drunkenly from one end of the tray to the other as she negotiated her way past sleeping dogs...
by Sitting Comfortably? on Jan 12, 2016

The Wolf Border by Sarah Hall

Five words from the blurb: Lake District, wolves, eccentric, project, family Haweswater is one of my favourite books so I was looking forward to reading this one. Sarah Hall perfectly captures the atmosphere of the Lake District and this book is no...
by Farm Lane Books Blog on May 7, 2015

Caravaning With Cake

Last week we were lucky enough to be able to take a trip up to the Lakes for Easter Half Term. Just before we left we received a fabulous parcel courtesy of BritMums and Mr Kipling... ....3 delicious boxes of cakes! We packed them in to the car a...
by Second Time Mummy on Apr 17, 2015

Kendal Calling SOLD OUT 19 Weeks In Advance

Kendal Calling SOLD OUT 19 Weeks In AdvanceKendal Calling festival is humbled to announce that its 10th anniversary show has sold out 19 weeks before the festival takes place in the Lake District.  With hundreds of fantastic artists taking to th...
by MusicMafiaUK on Mar 19, 2015

Holiday photos and scattering of Coco's ashes.

We took Coco's ashes away on holiday with us and scattered them at Coniston water on Christmas day It's one of Sheba's favourite places for a swim and is nice and quiet with beautiful scenery so Sheba and Cody will be joining Coco when there time com...
by Sheba's Life Story on Jan 4, 2015

Cumberland Pencil Museum

The Cumberland Pencil Museum in Keswick in the Lake District is one of England's quirkier museums.The discovery of graphite in the area led to Keswick becoming an important pencil-making town and the Cumberland Pencil Museum tells this story. Pencils...
by Devon Visitor on Dec 8, 2014

Dove Cottage

A must-see attraction in the Lake District especially for poetry fans is William Wordsworth's Dove Cottage, where he wrote his classic "I wandered Lonely as a Cloud."This quaint whitewashed house near Grasmere was Wordsworth's first home in the...
by Devon Visitor on Nov 16, 2014

The Lake District Murder by John Bude

Five words from the blurb: body, garage, puzzle, 1930s, village I used to live near Cockermouth, Cumbria so when I saw Margaret’s post on The Lake District Murder I immediately reserved a copy from the library. I’m so pleased I did as it...
by Farm Lane Books Blog on Nov 15, 2014

#FindJasper.

Instead of sharing an adoptable dog I'm going to share Jasper who's been missing since the 2nd November in the hope we can get him reunited with his owner. Jasper is nearly 5  years old and microchipped.Adam Nolan‎Striding Edge - www.stridinge...
by Sheba's Life Story on Nov 4, 2014

A New Zealander’s View of Britain

Hello, everyone! I just got back from my Grand Tour of Europe, so I’ve finally got time to write some new posts. As you may know, I spent the last three months travelling with my Kiwi boyfriend, starting in my native Britain. In the last post I wro...
by POMS AWAY! on Oct 20, 2014

The Lake District, England.

The Lake District, also commonly known as The Lakes or (particularly as an adjective) Lakeland, is a mountainous region in North West England. A popular holiday destination, it is famous not only for its lakes, forests and mountains (or fells), but a...
by Simple.Interesting on Jul 16, 2014

Back to Blighty, or Poms Away Up Top

I’m so excited. I’m about to go to Europe for three months and my first stop is England. My home. I haven’t seen it in six years. I moved to New Zealand when I was ten. I’m twenty-three now and, in thirteen years, I’ve only been back to Eng...
by POMS AWAY! on Jul 2, 2014

Holiday photos of #Tarn Hows.

This is one of our favourite places and walks in the Lake District Tarn Hows when we are up in the Lakes on holiday we always pay a visit.Follow me I know the way.Looking down on Tarn Hows from the top road.The views and scenery are breathtaking.The...
by Sheba's Life Story on Jun 26, 2014


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