From this Thursday 23rd March, you’ll be able to see full details of the new plan at Cartmel Priory and Cartmel Village Hall. There’s also a link below to view online. ⬇️ ... See MoreSee Less
This year's Cartmel Choral Society Spring Concert takes place at Cartmel Priory on Sunday 2nd April at 3.30pm. The choir will be singing Dvorák's Mass in D, Haydn - Insanae et vanae curae, Schubert - Stabat Mater, and Mozart - Ave verum corpus. They will once again be accompanied by talented organist Andy Plowman.
Music director Adrian Self said: “These pieces are some of the most beautiful in the repertoire. They are all lovely, but Mozart’s 'Ave Verum' dates from his ‘miracle’ year - 1791 - the final year of his life, and I can’t think of a more perfect three pages in all music.“
Entry is £10 by programme at the door, children free. ... See MoreSee Less
From sticky toffee to michelin dining, Cartmel might be well known for its food, but its also a great place to pick up those special gifts for special people. Whether its Mother's Day, a birthday or an anniversary, our range of specialist independent shops are a long way from a busy high street - promising a much more personalised and enjoyable experience.
See you on the Cartmel cobbles! 🛍 ... See MoreSee Less
Bright blue skies over a stunning snow-dusted Cartmel this weekend... prior to today's rain coming in! ❄️
Did anyone else get any snowy Cartmel photos? ❄️☃️ ... See MoreSee Less
CARTMEL PENINSULA LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY – The next meeting will be on Thursday, March 2nd at 7.30pm in Cartmel Village Hall when Chris Tinmouth will talk about the significance of Furness Abbey and its legacy. It is free admission for CPLHS members and £3 entry for visitors. For further information on CPLHS, membership and activities can be found on cplhs.wordpress.com or from Stuart Harling on 015395-36296. ... See MoreSee Less
As it's Valentine's Day, we want you to share what you love most about Cartmel. Could it be our magnificent Cartmel Priory or a fun day out at Cartmel Racecourse? Could it be our outstanding places to eat & drink or maybe our uniquely independent shops? There's so much to love! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
📣SAVE THE DATE📣
Alongside the Cartmel Guild of Traders and Cartmel Priory, planning has started for an exciting celebration of Cartmel's historic and medieval heritage over the weekend of the 30th of September.
Watch this space for more details including a mouthwatering medieval dinner at @Cartmel Racecourse!
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CARTMEL PRIORY - is holding ‘a Celebration for Valentine’s Day in words and music' on Saturday, February 11th at 7.30pm. Tickets can be bought from the Priory Shop or booked through email@example.com at £15 per person or £28 for two. ... See MoreSee Less
CARTMEL WELLBEING WALKS – will continue throughout the New Year meeting every Tuesday at 10.45am in the Racecourse grandstand drive (not the main car park).
Walks are tailored to the ability of walkers and are free. Specialist clothing and footwear are not required but please wear something appropriate for the weather. Further information is available from Ewen Cameron on 07929-833528. ... See MoreSee Less
WARM SPOT LUNCHES – Allithwaite and Cartmel Parish Council is organising Warm Spot Lunches in Cartmel Village Hall’s supper room every Thursday from 10am to 2pm during December, January and February.
Local residents are invited to meet in the 'warm space' for hot drinks and soup with free parking, Wifi, disabled access and toilets. Contact Caroline Johnson on 07891-237230. ... See MoreSee Less