NEWLANDS Adventure Centre, near Keswick, was one of the three winners in the Cumbria Rural Enterprise Agency’s 2012 Cumbria Business Environmental Excellence Awards which were announced on Tuesday night at a ceremony in Kendal.
WINNERS: Debbie and Rik Beament, from Newlands Adventure Centre, with Cumbria Rural Enterprise Agency chief executive Lynne Fox (centre) and representatives from Forge Europa and Roland Hill, who won CBEN Excellence Awards.
KESWICK tourism operators have been learning about crime prevention measures.
KESWICK couple Jim and Audrey Askew received a service recognition award from Keswick Rotary Club at a lunchtime meeting.
COMEDY, drama and song will feature in April at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake.
KESWICK Leisure Pool reopened today after being closed during January and February for essential maintenance work to be carried out.
SIMON Jackson, the current deputy headteacher of Keswick School, has been appointed headteacher.
SHADES OF SUMMER: Enjoying the March sunshine (left to right) are Jenna Hall, Amy Trafford and Kelly Brown, of Keswick.
KEEPING COOL: George Hacker, the former Bishop of Penrith, enjoying an ice cream with his wife, June, on the lakeshore.
Dressed as Smurfs for the Sport Relief event at Newton Rigg, near Penrith, at the weekend (left to right) are Jim Trotman, John Trotman and Adam Jackson. Fiona Alder, of Keswick, (above) and her husband, John, president of Keswick Lions Club, chose to run in more conventional gear.
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