Lake District hills reflecting on a lake

Reflecting On The Lakes

We collaborated with leading northern poet Tony Walsh to create this unique short film and poem, ‘Reflecting On The Lakes’. This inspirational film celebrates what it’s like to live, work and love the National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site, and will inspire viewers to help us protect and care for this truly special place.

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Competition - now closed

In celebration of 'Reflecting On The Lakes', we are giving you the chance to win a special stay in the Lake District National Park!

One lucky winner can bring a friend to enjoy an afternoon tea at The Gaddum, an overnight stay plus breakfast and access to the Spa at The Langdale Hotel and Spa, a boat trip on Windermere and a guided walk with a Lake District expert!

To enter, simply watch the video and tell us how many fell ponies you can spot in the comments on our Facebook post here

Terms and conditions apply.

Spread the love of the Lake District and share this short film with your friends and family.

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We maintain more than 3,100km of paths and bridleways. Millions of visitors, combined with our Cumbrian climate, means we are constantly carrying out improvements and maintenance.

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English Lake District World Heritage Site

The English Lake District World Heritage Site

The Lake District became a World Heritage Site in July 2017 and joined iconic locations such as the Taj Mahal, the Great Barrier Reef and Grand Canyon as a place of international acclaim.

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