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Lord Birkett Memorial Trophy at Ullswater Yacht Club

Appleby Carnival

Agricultural Shows throughout Eden

Foodie events including Penrith on a Plate. Photo by WittWoo

Freemasonry Exhibition at Penrith and Eden Museum

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Skelton Agricultural Show

Skelton Agricultural Show

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.

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Events In: June 2017

  • Being Human at Base Camp

    Being Human at Base Camp

    In April 2016, Cumbrian artist Derek Eland, became the first ever artist in residence at Everest Base Camp, living in a temporary community with 1000 people.  Many there were climbers and Sherpas preparing to summit; others included trekkers, camp workers, medical teams and rescue team members.  ‘Being Human at Base Camp’, which will fill Rheged’s Gallery, is the first chance to experience Derek’s unique journey, which has been described as extraordinary, moving and surreal.

    Date: 29 April 2017 - 02 July 2017

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  • The History of Freemasonry in Penrith and The East Lakes and 300 Years of the United Grand Lodge of England

    The History of Freemasonry in Penrith and The East Lakes and 300 Years of the United Grand Lodge of England

    Freemasons have made, commissioned and used a range of objects, books and documents which together tell the fascinating story of the fraternity. An intriguing selection of such artefacts owned by the Penrith Masonic Hall Trust is being made available for an exhibition to run at Penrith and Eden Museum from 3 June to 6 August 2017 to mark the tercentenary of the United Grand Lodge of England. On 24 June 1717 four London lodges met at the Goose and Gridiron Tavern near Saint Paul’s Cathedral as a Grand Lodge, and elected a Grand Master to preside over them, and so began the history of modern freemasonry.

    Date: 03 June 2017 - 06 August 2017

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  • Cumbrian Landscapes @ The Old Courthouse, Shap

    Cumbrian Landscapes @ The Old Courthouse, Shap

    Cumbrian Landscapes - an exhibition of work by local photographers at The Old Courthouse, Shap. A collection of beautiful images that showcase the splendour of the Cumbrian landscape throughout the changing seasons of the year.

    Date: 05 June 2017 - 30 June 2017

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  • Jurassic Jubilee

    Jurassic Jubilee

    Children of Kirkby Stephen and surrounding villages have been creating brightly coloured dinosaurs and murals in workshops with artist Sarah Hicks.  These will be hidden in the woods of this nature reserve for local families and visitors to find throughout the summer months. Project inspiration by Kirkby Stephen Walkers are Welcome and Kirkby Stephen Community Arts.  Part funding by Cumbria Community Foundation.  18th June to end September Jubilee Park, South Road, Kirkby Stephen.  FREE.  #JurassicJubilee .

    Date: 18 June 2017 - 29 September 2017

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  • Kirkby Stephen Summer 2017

    If you find yourself in Kirkby Stephen this summer you will see the artistic and quirky nature radiating around the town. Silver Street Gardens have been yarn bombed with knitted flowers  Boots have been planted by children with vegetables, herbs and salad crops to welcome walkers and dotted around the town alongside the usual spectacular floral displays  Jurassic Jubilee: #JurassicJubilee  Pick up a Historic Town Trail Leaflet from the Upper Eden Visitor Centre or download from the Walk Eden website and discover the back alleys of the Conservation Area where history stands still  The Kirkby Stephen Family Adventure 3K Trail has lots to look out for along the route plus a long list of free and inexpensive family activities to keep everyone entertained whatever the weather. The trail starts at an old fashioned sweet shop and finishes at one of two play parks.

    Date: 22 June 2017 - 29 September 2017

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  • Hands On Cobbling day with Adam Beeston

    Hands On Cobbling day with Adam Beeston

    Join Adam Beeston here for a day of cobbling. Adam is very experienced in both teaching and cobbling.

    Date: 28 June 2017 - 29 June 2017

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  • Junior Players: Surgical Sensations at St Sennapods

    Our Juniors present a Surgically Sensational Play!   A top surgeon has disappeared from St Sennapod's Hospital leaving young Dr Boldly in charge of Ward 10. Just the opportunity for the sinister Dr Scalpel to corner the market in spare-part surgery by snipping off spare parts wherever he can! Can Orderly Jim Pill and the hospital staff succeed in foiling Scalpel's dastardly plans?    A fun-filled, fast-moving play - come along for an evening of fun and laughter at St Sennapod's!"  Tickets on sale at Penrith TIC - 01768 867466.

    Date: 28 June 2017 - 30 June 2017

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  • Dawdles Walk plus Dinosaurs

    Dawdles Walk plus Dinosaurs

    This programme uses mainly grass paths, please wear boots or shoes suitable for some uneven surfaces, mud and standing water unless otherwise stated subject to the weather of the day. We will go whatever the weather - please wear suitable clothing and footwear for the day – we will adapt walks when necessary.

    Date: 29 June 2017

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  • Hands On Strip and Build a Bike Day

    Hands On Strip and Build a Bike Day

    Don't know how to mend a puncture? Or do you wish you could service your own bike?  These courses are here to help!  Dan is a qualified Cytech 3 mechanic and owner of Lake District Cycling, a cycling service provider (in association with Virgin Trains at Penrith Station, providing much needed prebookable Cycle Hire from the station platform) as well as guided rides /tours and a cycling information resource for the local areas.  Also from Penrith, Dan is the new British Cycling Sky Ride Ambassador for the Cumbria and the Lake District and planner/ promoter/leader of accessible group rides for Go Lakes (LDNP, CT and CCC) and Active Cumbria. He is also the community cycle officer for Alston Moor and author of Top 10 Family Cycle ride books to the Lake District.  Covering Gears, Brakes, Chains, Cable Replacement, Headsets, Bottom Brackets, Wheels and Hubs.   IMPORTANT...

    Date: 29 June 2017

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  • Conservation work party at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Conservation work party at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Eycott Hill is a fantastic upland landscape consisting of wetlands, woodland and upland meadows. Help Cumbria Wildlife Trust with nature reserve tasks this spring and summer including dry stone walling, fence and boardwalk building, and wildflower plug planting.

    Date: 29 June 2017

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  • Let's Ride: Mardale Head

    Let's Ride: Mardale Head

    This is a there and back ride from Askham to Mardale Head alongside Haweswater. The route is on well surfaced roads.

    Date: 30 June 2017

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  • Adele Tribute Night

    Adele Tribute Night

    We’ve heard a rumour this evening is going to be fantastic, 3 course dinner with coffee, half a bottle of wine per person and entertainment.  To book call Jen Braithwaite, Events Manager on 01768 868111 or email jenbraithwaite@northlakeshotel.co.uk  £35 per person .

    Date: 30 June 2017

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  • Appliqué Relief Tiles in Porcelain with Gwen Bainbridge

    Appliqué Relief Tiles in Porcelain with Gwen Bainbridge

    A day with this very talented ceramics artist to create a tile up to A4 size or a series of three smaller tiles (a tryptych) or indiviudal  pieces to suit your need.   Using beautiful cutters and stamps (bring your own if you have) and incorporating Gwens own signature use of textures and patterns you will learn how to create your own beautiful designs whether drawn freehand, layered, pressed or imprinted, and built up in relief for a lovely effect.   We have a selection of stamps of varying sizes,  you might to incorporate pressed flowers and leaves shapes          (work best when dried and flat).  Once you decide you wish to come on this course pick and press your flowers and bring carefully on the day within the book. Lavender and daisy, ivy leaves, wild strawberry, small leaved geranium all work well.  Colours and definitions may be applied using the same techniques as the Bud Vases course.  Ideas for triptychs (a picture on three panels) are limitless: seasons, flowers, leaves, childrens' book characters,  animals, birds, numbers, stories etc etc.  You will start with a porcelain slab around A4 size and you can create one large relief tile or devide into smaller pieces.  The materials charge for this to include the usual firing which will be £10 payable to Gwen.  Further porcelain will be available at cost pro rata.  Alternatively a triptych comprising 3 panels each roughly 1/3rd of A4 size would be the same.  Panels larger than 1/3rd A4 height are not advisable.

    Date: 30 June 2017

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  • Guided walk at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Guided walk at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve

    Enjoy wonderful views as you learn about Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s fantastic upland nature reserve and the wildlife and geology that make it so special. Sturdy wellington boots recommended as the route is over very wet and uneven ground.

    Date: 30 June 2017

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  • Appleby Horse Fair

    Appleby Horse Fair

    A traditional, informal gathering of Gypsies and Travellers - lively atmosphere with plenty to see - horses being washed in river, raced down street, stalls etc.  The Fair is an annual gathering of Gypsies and Travellers which takes place in June.   In 2018: The Horse Fair will take place from Thursday 7th to Wednesday 13th June  The main days for visitors being Friday 8th, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th June  If you come on the Monday or Tuesday afterwards you may be disappointed as there may be very little to see.  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.  More information is available from Appleby TIC - 017683 51177 or via www.applebyfair.org  Twitter: @ApplebyFair  Facebook: www.facebook.com/ApplebyHorseFair  **Please note: This is not an organised event.**  Visitors attend at their own risk.

    Date: 07 June 2018 - 13 June 2018

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