A region of lakes, waters and mountains found in North West of England
Milnthorpe – This ancient village is located in the south of the Lake District on the B5282 just off the A590, to the north of Beetham and to the south of Kendal.
Millom – Millom is located on the western coast of the Lake District to the north of Barrow-in-Furness.
Maryport – The town of Maryport is located to the north of Workington and was once a thriving port.
Lorton – The village of Lorton is located in the beautiful Vale of Lorton a few miles to south of Cockermouth.
Lindale – This tiny village is located on a hill above Morecambe Bay, just off the A590 and to the north of Grange-over-Sands.
Lamplugh – Lamplugh is located on the western edge of the Lake District National Park just off the A5086, near to Ernnerdale Water and Loweswater.
Glenridding – Glenridding is located on the south western shore of Ullswater, a short drive from Ambleside along the Kirkstone Pass.
Greenodd – This town used to be a bustling port town with access to and from the area by Morecambe Bay.
Grasmere – This beautiful Lake District village dates back to Norse times and used to be an important centre for sheep farming.
Grange-over-Sands – This small Victorian town is located on the shores of Morecambe Bay.