Profile updated 26/03/23
Having lived in Cumbria for over 25 years, walked all of Wainwright's 214 Fells and visited all its towns and most of the villages, I know Cumbria very well. From where the mountains meet the sea at St Bees in the West to the Pennines and Westmorland Dales in the East, from the vast expanses of Morecambe Bay in the South to Hadrian's Wall in the North, I would love to share my passion for Cumbria, the Lake District and its two UNESCO World Heritage Sites with you.
|Churches & Cathedrals||
Cartmel Priory, Furness Abbey and many of the fascinating churches and chapels across the county
|Food & Drink||
Cumbria's food and drink specialities and great places to eat and drink. Cumbria has eight Michelin Star restaurants, including one 3-Star!
Amazing countryside, dales, valleys and lakeside walks. I have been to the top of all Wainwrights 214 "Fells" so know the landscape very well
With a rich industrial heritage, Cumbria has a lot to offer including the Levens Valley industrial heritage
Towns and Villages as well as country walks, Cartmel, Hawkshead, Grasmere, Keswick
Wordsworth Grasmere (Dove Cottage) home of the Lakes Poet William Wordsworth, Tullie House Carlisle as well as many other sites across the county
The Lake District is defined by its hill farms. Tours can encompass visits to some of them and get you in behind the scenes.
|Stately Homes & Country Houses||
Some amazing history at our most iconic Country Houses such as Holker Hall, Levens Hall, Sizergh Castle and many others besides
If you want to photograph some great views in the Lake District, then let me share some of them with you. Many most tourists won't get to find