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Why it’s time to visit THE LAKES

ARTISTIC NATURE Sunset over Derwentwater

The Lake District has a stark beauty. The wildness of the fells and lakes is thrilling and humbling – you can feel small here. No wonder generations of artists and poets have been inspired by the landscape.

This is a place where talk about weather isn’t just a pleasantry. Misread the clouds and you can put life and limb at risk – as a series of devastating storms proved in the run-up to Christmas last year, when record rainfall washed away bridges and roads and flooded towns and villages throughout Cumbria.

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