Following the Cumbria floods, the Lake District National Park is part of a county-wide flood recovery programme and we are currently helping to assess the impact on our communities. We'll be working with partner organisations to set about tackling recovery to restore our National Park.
Posted: 29 May 2016
The future of two of the country’s most significant historic copper mines in Coniston, Cumbria, is secure, thanks to a £450,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Posted: 24 May 2016
This year’s Keswick Mountain Festival (Friday May 20) will mark the start of a rally call to all who love the region to unite in their support for the Lake District World Heritage bid by declaring ‘I’ve herd’.
Posted: 19 May 2016
Cyclists, horse riders and walkers in the Lake District can now benefit from a safer, smoother way to enjoy the spectacular scenery through the centre of the national park thanks to the creation of a new multi-user route alongside the A591.
Posted: 29 April 2016
Communities and businesses around the Lake District’s Ullswater Valley are celebrating the launch of a brand new walking route – the Ullswater Way - around what many believe to be England’s most beautiful lake. The new, 20-mile walking route connects the spectacular scenery along the shores of Ullswater and surrounding mountains, with the picturesque villages and attractions, meaning visitors can enjoy even more of this special corner of the Lake District.
Posted: 25 April 2016
Local dancers, singers, model plane pilots and even croquet players are being offered an exciting opportunity to be part of a performance that celebrates our desire to fly and the importance of Cumbrian aviation history during World War One.
Posted: 21 April 2016
Keswick visitors and locals joined Town Crier, Bob Bryden, today (18 Mar) to celebrate the reopening of the raised boardwalk section of the Railway Path, ahead of the busy Easter period.
Posted: 18 March 2016
The English Lake District has become the UK’s latest nomination for World Heritage site status following confirmation of the bid being received by UNESCO, the United Nations’ cultural agency.
Posted: 08 March 2016
The Lake District National Park has now completed the sale of Blea Brows, Coniston to The Rawdon Smith Trust charity. This is an ideal new owner who will care for the land in a sympathetic manner and will continue to provide access for the enjoyment of the wider public.
Posted: 02 March 2016
At today’s Authority meeting the Lake District National Park decided not to adopt the Boat Safety Scheme (BSS) following the Marine Accident Investigation Board’s (MAIB) recommendation, as the scheme is not an effective comprehensive method of addressing the important issue of boat safety.
Posted: 25 February 2016