A feast for the senses

A range of inspiring events were held across Cumbria encouraging people to think about how our stunning landscapes can be experienced through taste, emotion, touch, sound and sight.Read more

Why Landscape Matters: Our pledge to ensure a living, working, resilient and sustainable landscape

The launch of our Landscape Charter: “Why Landscape Matters” setting out steps we will take to ensure a living, working, wildlife-friendly, culturally rich, resilient and sustainable landscape.Read more

London Marathon

Run the 2018 London Marathon for Friends of the Lake DistrictRead more

The Dowly Tree

A bare bird pecked stump marks the remnants of the Dowly Tree which once stood solitary and stoic on our property amongst the limestone outcrops of Little Asby Common.Read more

Great Landscapes Week

From Saturday 2nd to Saturday 9th September 2017 Friends of the Lake District is inviting you to come into our great Cumbrian landscapes. A packed programme of events offer the opportunity to get involved and experience the landscape.Read more

Help National Grid prioritise the environment

Despite our success at stopping National Grid running huge pylons across the Lake District National Park, the battle is not over - we need your help again.Read more

Discover a lesser-known wildflower haven in the Lake District

Join us for a guided visit to our wildflower upland hay meadow in tranquil High Borrowdale next week.Read more

New visitors to the Helm

Rare breed cattle return to the Helm, to join the fell ponies and help conservation grazing.Read more

Rain and Gales Couldn’t Stop Conservation Volunteers

They needed their brollies, but rain couldn't stop volunteers at Keswick Mountain Festival Fell Care Day.Read more