What’s on in June 2018?
08/06 to 10/06/18 Feel Good Festival, Mains Farm, Kirkoswald, CA10 1DH
A weekend of great food, cool music, exciting activities and wellbeing. Come join us in the beautiful Eden Valley on the edge of the Lake District.
The Feel Good Festival gives you the chance to experience a wide variety of wellbeing activities, therapies and entertainment from some of Cumbria’s best practitioners, therapists and musicians. Treat your body and family to a weekend of health and happiness. Limited space available – please book early to avoid disappointment.
Early Bird discounted booking now open – www.feelgoodfest.co.uk
07/06 to 13/06/18 Appleby Horse Fair, Appleby, CA16
A traditional, informal gathering of Gypsies and Travellers. The horse fair offers a lively atmosphere with plenty to see including horses being washed in river, raced down street, stalls etc.
The Fair is an annual gathering of Gypsies and Travellers which takes place on the first week in June, from Thursday to the following Wednesday, but this is essentially a weekend event the main days being the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Horse Fair has taken place since the reign of James II, who granted a Royal charter in 1685 allowing a horse fair “near to the River Eden.”
Appleby Fair is unique in Europe and, as well as attracting around 10,000 Gypsies and Travellers, over 30,000 other visitors attend the Fair, with Sunday being the traditional main visitors’ day.
*Please note this is not an organised event* and visitors attend at their own risk
17/06/18 Dalemain Plant fair with Artisan food & Crafts, Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens, Dalemain, Penrith CA11 0HB
Join us on Sunday 17th June from 10am to 4pm for this Quality Event and Enjoy a Lovely Day celebrating all things gardening in the Beautiful Surroundings of Dalemain Mansion & Award Winning Historic Gardens.
FREE Entry to The Plant Fair with Artisan Foods and Crafts & FREE Gardening Tours and Advice.
Discounted Entry to the Gardens £5, House & Gardens £7 & Children FREE.
Quality plants, artisan foods and crafts. Tel 017684 86450
19/06/18 Penrith Farmers Market, Penrith CA11
Opening times: 09.30am-2.30pm
Penrith farmers market offers a tempting array of local specialities, seasonal produce and distinctive crafts, all within the heart of town. The attractive colourful stalls entice the discerning shopper, keen to buy fresh local food, while learning where it came from and how it was grown or made. The stallholders, a number of whom are award-winning producers, are also keen to offer a wealth of food know-how and recipes for their produce.
With its individual specialist shops, varied eating places and ample parking nearby, a visit to the historic market town of Penrith is well worth adding to your shopping list.
20 and 27/06/18 Fish Supper Cruise with Ullswater ‘Steamers’. The Pier House, Glenridding, Penrith CA11 0US.
Our famous fish supper cruises return on-board a two hour evening cruise with musical entertainment from Pete Lashley. Every Wednesday evening from 20th June to 5th September.
Ticket price Adult £20 (Children under 13 £16) includes two hour evening cruise, fish and chip supper (veggie option available on booking) and live entertainment. Dogs not permitted. Departs Pooley Bridge Pier at 7pm returns approx. 9pm. (Please note 22nd August is Pirate themed with decorations and sea shanty music).
£20 for Adults and £16 for children (under 13 yrs)
Throughout June: Rheged Centre, Redhills, Penith, CA11 0DQ
The Rheged Centre is an award winning visitor attraction just outside Penrith on the A66.
Throughout June 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!
For further details see; www.rheged.com
Throughout June: 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; www.nationaltrust.org.uk