The Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership Scheme aims to unlock and reveal the hidden heritage of the Westmorland Dales, enabling more people to connect with, enjoy and benefit from this inspirational landscape. Thanks to National Lottery players it has been supported by a grant from the Heritage Fund.
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Our vision is to unlock and reveal the hidden heritage of the Westmorland Dales, enabling more people to connect with, enjoy and benefit from this inspirational landscape. Read more
Please feel free to download and use our illustrated map of the Westmorland Dales. The map and illustration were produced by Beth Cook. © Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership. Crown copyright and database rights 2021 Ordnance Survey 100023740 Read more
Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnerships Scheme News, Resources for schools, Films, Poetry and Recordings available to view and download Read more
A wonderful social evening for Fell Pony Breeders young and old at Tebay Club with friends and all of you that are passionate about the Cumbrian Fell Pony. Read more
The Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership Scheme has developed a range of free resource and guides that it is now offering to local tourism businesses, residents and visitors to the Westmorland Dales. Read more
One of the ways we achieved this was by running a small grants scheme from 2020 - 2023 called 'Love Your Landscape'. It has enabled local communities and organisations to deliver their own projects to help us meet these aims. Read more
Filmmaker Jon Chappel captures the sites and sounds of an Aeolian sound installation sited atop an ancient ‘drumlin’ at Bowber Head Nature Reserve in Ravenstonedale in a short film released this week. Read more
A small grants scheme, an apprenticeship scheme, infrastructure improvements, tourism partnerships, interpretation and a celebration of the Westmorland Dales Read more
Rich Archaeological Heritage: Four projects will focus on engaging people in a major archaeology survey, community excavations within a village, a project associated with Gamelands Stone Circle and another focussed on scheduled monuments at risk; Pendragon Castle Read more
The natural heritage projects focus on three key areas:
Geological Foundations, A Wealth of Wildlife and Pastoral Farming Read more