The Lake District already has a reputation reaching far and wide for providing walkers, ramblers and adventure seekers with some of the World's most breathtaking views along challenging, varied routes. But the prospect of taking a pushchair to the summit of Scafell Pike might only appeal to the most determined of ratching parents! Most of us would probably rather seek out a pram-friendly route, or an interactive adventure to keep the school-age kids amused, maybe even to forget about their tablets for a while!
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A series of specially commissioned artworks have started appearing across the Lake District in celebration of last year's award of World Heritage Site status to the region by Unesco.
Of six contemporary pieces, the Lakes Ignite festival began this month with four pieces now installed in various locations in the Lakes, available to visit and view between now and this July.
“Lakes Ignite is about bringing together tourism and the arts," said Usha Mistry, from Lakes Culture, the organisation behind the event.
With the festive season drawing near, there's a good chance you're thinking about the special people in your life, and specifically what on earth you're going to get them for Christmas! If socks, chocs and fizz aren't their thing - and they'd rather be walking in the fells than singing jingle bells - a reminder of the wonderful Lake District could be the perfect Christmas treat.
Afternoon Tea with a View