Discover Sarah Taylor’s new art exhibition located on the Ullswater shore, gardens, meadows and trees this autumn.
Playwright and wild swimmer Liz Richardson, discusses her latest show SWIM, and shares a free audio version for a piece of watery escapism.
How do you style a shepherd hut? Here’s our interior design guide for our six shepherd huts designed by Matt Hulme of Dynargh Design.
Sarah Taylor is passionate about “painting animals for people who love animals”. Renowned for her larger-than-life portraits here are 10 things to know about Sarah’s art.
As part of our Art in the Wild series, we caught up with David Felton to chat about his innovative podcasting and publishing work and his lifelong love of walking in the Lake District.
Taking us ‘through the keyhole’ of each unique space, Matt Hulme of Dynargh Design, shares an insight into his design process – revealing the thinking behind the concepts, layouts, textures, colours and furniture.
Keswick-based blogger and wild swim guide Ali Phillips took to Grizedale’s trails and woodland paths in search of artistic inspiration. Taking us on a guided tour, Ali explains why this art in the wild is accessible to all.
After a recent stay we caught up with Jo Whiley around her love of open water swimming. From leaping off a waterfall at to a cross lake challenge, find out why she thinks everyone should give open water a chance.
Landscape architect, Laurel Truscott, has created the vision for ‘Outside’ our new spaces in our grounds. Find out more about how she is blurring the boundaries between outdoors and in with her seaonal planting.
Get back to nature with the Kids’ Zone at Another Place. Ofted registered and run by an experienced team, we’ll give you the chance to take some time for yourself while your children are having fun. Meet Gillian, our forest school qualified Kids’ Zone manager.
Art in the wild is flourishing amongst the fells, valleys and crags. Lace-up your hiking boots and head to the hills for the opportunity to view an outdoor exhibition. The Lake District will surprise you with what it has to offer.
Created in 2016 following Storm Desmond and circumnavigating the lake, the Ullswater Way is probably one of the most popular Lake District walks. Discover artwork and heritage along the 22 mile trail.