‘What’s On in July 2019’
‘What’s On in July 2019′
A Selection Local Events and Activities
Further information available at www.visiteden.co.uk, www.cumbriaslivingheritage.co.uk and www.golakes.co.uk
Theatre by the Lake, Lakeside, Keswick CA12 5DJ
Did you know that The Rowley Estates are an Ambassador of Theatre by the Lake? You can get £3 off each ticket you book at the theatre.*
Discount code: 86926
Go to www.theatrebythelake.com to book your tickets online. Enter the code above in your ticket basket before proceeding to payment and the discount will be applied.
Please note – If you choose an ‘Over 60’ or ‘Student’ discount, you cannot also choose an Ambassador discount. Ambassador discounts only apply to full price tickets. If you have any problems please call the Box Office on 017687 74411
*Not applicable to some shows; terms and conditions apply – seewww.theatrebythelake.com/terms-and-conditions for details.
Rheged Centre, Redhills, Penrith, CA11 0DQ
The Rheged Centre is an award winning visitor attraction just outside Penrith on the A66.
Throughout July there are a number of events and activities taking place including;
Cultural Events – Arts & Crafts
Family theatre – Exhibitions
Cookery classes – Story Telling
Cinema / film club – Lots of interactive workshops
All these things along with soft-play, shops and cafes. There literally is something for everyone!
Films at Rheged
Our huge, full-colour 3D cinema screen is the largest north of Manchester. With comfortable tiered seating, surround sound and excellent wheelchair access, it provides a unique experience. Our daily films might be documentaries exploring nature, wild places or rural life, children’s movies, or specially-made films which connect to where we are. Traditional sweets, locally made ice cream and drinks are all available to enjoy with your film..
For further information and tickets and all other films and live streamings see:
Lowther Castle and Gardens, Penrith CA10 2HH
Of the many treasures waiting to be discovered in the English Lake District, Lowther Castle is a particular gem. Built at the turn of the 19th century, on the site of two previous houses, the castle was a grand affair boasting a room for every day of the year. Its gardens were the envy of the north. But in 1957 the castle was demolished. Just the façade and outer walls remained standing and for over half a century, the place was empty – home only to chickens, pigs and the odd bat. The gardens were lost to wilderness.
Seventy years on from its demolition, Lowther Castle is now one of the most intriguing visitor attractions in the country. Dramatic ruins, gardens within gardens, an adventure playground to rival the best in the land. For visitors young and old (and four-legged), Lowther Castle offers plenty to enjoy.
The Lost Castle – Huge Adventure Playground at Lowther Castle, Penrith CA10 2HH
Designed so that families can enjoy playing together in the great outdoors. Built from over 18,000 metres of sustainably grown timber, the structure is an echo of Lowther Castle itself, with the addition of turrets, zipwires, walkways and slides. Close by, you will find the into the woods café where you can buy hot and cold snacks and drinks. All in all, somewhere to enjoy a wonderful day out.
The National Trust, Cumbria
The National Trusts properties in Cumbria host a wealth of events and activities throughout the year.
Visit their website and search for things to do in Cumbria. There’s something for all ages and abilities including;
Beatrix Potter associated events – House and Garden Tours
Treasure Trails – Guided Walks
William Wordsworth associated events – Outdoor activities
For further details see:
Ullswater Steamers, Pooley Bridge CA10 2NN
Ullswater ‘Steamers’ is an award winning environmentally accredited Lake District attraction celebrating over 150 years of operating cruises on England’s most beautiful lake. Operating one of the largest heritage vessel fleets in the world, offering visitors an experience they will never forget for 363 days a year. Cruises connect to some of the most famous and iconic walking routes in the UNESCO World Heitage site, the Lake District National Park, with views of Wordsworth’s Daffodils on the west shore in Spring. Excellent facilities onboard include open deck and covered upper deck seating areas in addition to covered downstairs saloons, licensed bars and toilets. Excellent facilities also located at the Pier Houses including free Wi-Fi.
Ullswater runs a serpentine course for eight miles through expansive vistas of Lakeland’s highest mountains. Helvellyn at 3,117ft (950m) crowns Ullswater, at the South-Western end of the valley, standing on a mighty plateau approximately 9 miles (14.5km) in length and 4.5 miles (7km) wide. The ‘Steamers’ operate an all year service with varying timetable connections between Glenridding, Howtown, Pooley Bridge Piers and between Glenridding and National Trust Aira Force Pier. Cruise times vary from 20 – 120 minutes.
Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens, Penrith CA11 0HB
“Dalemain is a house that needs to be full of people. This is as true today as it always has been and as much as it is a home to my wife, myself and our children, it is a living, working entity that is of much wider importance and interest to the many people whose lives come into contact with it in one way or another. We love it as our home, a very special house with an extraordinarily warm and welcoming atmosphere, and it is our pleasure to share it with the many visitors and friends who chance upon it. We are home to ‘The World’s Original Marmalade Awards & Festival’ held annually in March at Dalemain”
Lakes culture brings together and showcases some of the Lake District’s cultural highlights festivals and events.
for further details see:
Icon Beauty in The Lakes
We offer a bespoke and luxurious beauty and holistic services for guests staying in The Rowley Estates cottages provided by Icon Beauty in the Lakes. Icon Beauty in the Lakes beauty and massage therapists will come to our cottages to provide treatments for individuals or guest parties and will bring their lovely treatment beds and REN clear skin product range to the cottages for these sessions.
Icon Beauty in the Lakes has a range of treatments from REN bespoke body treatments, hot stone massage treatments, replenishing facials, hand & feet treatments and pamper packages. These have been carefully designed to relax and fulfill guests to ensure you are enveloped in calmness, serenity and relaxation from the moment the therapists arrive at your door…..
Icon Beauty in the Lakes offers packages ranging in duration from 50 minutes up to an afternoon or morning session comprising a menu of mix and match treatment options for a wide variety of parties including for individuals, couples & romantic escapes, mums to be & partner or friends, celebrations and birthdays, corporate groups and events. It’s the perfect way to unwind and enjoy a unique, exclusive activity that allows you to truly relax and soak up the ambiance and atmosphere of the wonderful surroundings during your stay.
Please click through the link below to their website or contact Icon Beauty in the Lakes on the telephone number provided. Bookings with Icon Beauty in the Lakes are made independently by guests though we would be happy to help with recommendations –
Download the treatment menu
Tel: 01228 523412
Windermere Jetty – museum of boats, steam and stories is open!
Museum, shop and café with views over the lake open daily all year round except 25th and 26th December. For further information and admission see www.windermerejetty.org
03,10,24,31/07/19 Fish & Chip Supper Cruise, Ullswater ‘Steamers’, The Pier House, Glenridding, Penrith, CA11 0US
Opening Times: Departs 7pm returns approx. 9pm.
Our famous fish supper cruises returns onboard a two hour evening cruise with musical entertainment from Pete Lashley
Ticket price Adult £20 (Children under 13 £16) includes a two hour evening cruise, fish and chip supper (veggie option available on booking) and live entertainment. Dogs not permitted. Departs from Pooley Bridge Pier.
For further details: Ullswater ‘Steamers’ Enquiries – Telephone: 017684 82229
06/07/19 Skelton Agricultural Show, Hutton in the Forest, Penrith, CA11 9TH
Skelton Show is now to be held on the first Saturday in July in the picturesque setting of Old Park, Hutton-in-the Forest near Penrith, Cumbria. It is a popular traditional Cumbrian Agricultural show with something for all the family. Skelton Show has been running since the late 1800’s and grown from a small local show held in the village to one of the major agricultural shows in Cumbria.
For further details see: http://www.visiteden.co.uk/what-s-on Telephone: 01768 484122
14/07/2019 Tea in Penrith Castle Park, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11Eden Valley Artistic Network Art Trail and Open Studios Appleby Carnival
Opening times 2pm -6pm
Imagine yourself listening to a rock choir within the Castle walls or relaxing on a deck chair enjoying an orchestra playing in the bandstand. Maybe have a glass of prosecco or a cocktail in the Rose Garden whilst being entertained by local musicians. A beer garden can be found by the Station Hotel. In the Children’s Area ‘Action Ants’ will be running activities for the little ones. They can play in the sand or have their faces painted. Tennis coaching will also be available at the tennis courts. You may fancy an afternoon tea in the marquee or take out one of our picnic boxes full of delicious goodies. Come along and enjoy a Sunday afternoon in your local park. Entry is FREE for all.
18/07/2019, Garden Tour at Lowther Castle and Gardens, Lowther, Penrith, CA10 2HH
July is when the Parterre Tapestry Garden comes into its own. Sweeps of summer flowers enclosed by yew, the whole a modern version of an ancient concept. Martin Ogle will guide you plant by plant through the scheme that has made Dan Pearson’s design such a success. Tour begins at 1.30pm and is followed by a Q&A session with Martin in the Lowther Café.
£20 including entry to the Castle, Gardens, Exhibition and tea/coffee plus traybake in the café. £18 including the above but without the traybake.
£11 for annual passholders including tea/coffee plus traybake in the café. £9 for annual passholders including just tea/coffee
Telephone: 01931 712192
20/07/19 Penrith Agricultural Show, Brougham Hall Farm, Brougham, Penrith, CA10 2DE
The Penrith Agricultural Society held the first Penrith Show in 1834. From 2019 this annual celebration will be held on the third Saturday in July each year, this year the 20th July. The show has gathered much momentum in recent years. With a wide spectrum of competition classes for farm livestock, arable, horses, rabbits, poultry, show jumping, industrial and horticulture, to a host of local trade stands, food hall and rural crafts marquee. All of this and the tremendous variation of main ring attractions provide entertainment for all the family and friends.
For further details see: http://www.visiteden.co.uk/what-s-on
26/07 to 28/07/19 Potfest in the Park, Hutton in the Forest, Penrith, CA11 9TH
An amazing day out amongst some of the most creative makers in clay from all over the UK, Europe and beyond in the magnificent surroundings of Hutton-in-the-Forest, near Penrith.
The venue, Hutton-in-the-Forest, is a cultural destination in itself, with its walled garden, topiary terraces and woodland walks. The ceramics festival takes place in and around marquees in front of the castle, with the potter’s competition pieces on the lawn, juxtaposing ancient architecture and modern ceramics.
Hutton-in-the-Forest lies 5 miles northwest of Penrith, Cumbria (M6 junction 41) – on the edge of the stunningly beautiful Lake District National Park.
For further details see: http://www.visiteden.co.uk/what-s-on