Lodge to Rent in the Lake District: What’s On March
Welcome to our What’s On blog post for March 2018. This month’s What’s On shows just how vibrant and varied the events calendar is in our local area. You’ve chosen your lodge to rent in the Lake District and now you can head out into the national park to make the most of your visit. There’s plenty to do, day and night!
Kendal Jazz Club. Tuesday 13th March
The Jazz Club has found a new home at Mintbridge, Kendal Rugby Club and will present an evening of top quality jazz! Chris Hodder on guitar, Dave Minshull on Drums and Frank Flynn on piano perform a wide ranging set influenced by Errol Garner, Oscar Peterson, Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel and David Bowie. It promises to be a fun and lively evening.
Tickets: £10 for non-members
Create a Textile Landscape with Cumbria Wildlife Trust. Saturday 17th March
Hosted at Cumbria Wildlife’s Trust base at Plumgarths near Kendal, this is a day of creativity fuelled by ‘lashings of tea and homemade cake’. Local artist, Penny Hillier-Evans will be helping you to create a textile landscape using the Cumbrian views as inspiration.
Cost: £30 per place
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1818 Auctioneers. Every Monday
Spend an hour or two enjoying the live auction action at our local antiques and vintage auction house. Based just one junction up the M6 from us, there are auctions starting at 10am every Monday. You might find a real bargain – from ceramics to furniture, military collectables to toys and models, artwork to classic cars, there’s something for all interests. There’s a café on site too so you can combine bidding with a pot of tea and a slice of something nice or a light lunch.
Cost: Free to watch, but we can’t guess how much you might spend if you choose to bid!
Bowness Bay Blues Cruise. Saturday 24th March
Ian Siegal has been voted Acoustic Artist of the year by the British Blues Foundation three times and is one of the most gifted singers and writers in contemporary blues today. He will be playing on this 2 hour cruise around Lake Windermere as part of the Bowness Bay Blues Festival. His live show is awash with wit and attitude.
Cost: £27.50 per person
NGS Open Garden, Holehird. Sunday 25th March
Run by volunteers with the aim of promoting knowledge of plants particularly suited to Lakeland conditions, Holehird is also one of the best labelled gardens in the UK. It’s home to national collections of astilbe, daboecia, polystichum (ferns) and meconopsis. And it’s set up on the fellside with stunning views over Lake Windermere. The walled garden gives protection to mixed borders whilst alpine houses display an always colourful array of tiny gems. The banks of daffodils are also a sight to behold in Spring.
Cost: Entry by donation
We’re looking forward to welcoming you this March!
Sheryl, Paul & the Lakeland Lodges team