Charmed by The Lakeland: Ancient and Historic Landmarks (2/3)

William Wordsworth once said, “I do not know of any tract of country, in which, in so narrow a compass, may be found an equal variety in the influences of light and shadow upon the sublime and beautiful.”  The English poet was, of course, referring to the Lake District National Park which he immortalised in his poetry.  As mentioned in my previous post I was absolutely captivated by The Lakes.  Unarguably, it is the best known part of Cumbria, but there is more to this county than the Lake District.  Continue reading “Charmed by The Lakeland: Ancient and Historic Landmarks (2/3)”