Being so close to the ground we notice things the humans often miss. This was the case a few days ago when we spotted this Environment Agency benchmark stud in Carlisle.
With commanding views of the River Caldew and beyond a new flood information sculpture has been installed in Carlisle. It features six curved metal fingers fanning out from a central round metal post.
A changeable pattern of weather over the last few days led to quite a bit of localised flooding in north Cumbria on Saturday and disruption to our expedition schedule.
Flood alerts have been issued by the Environment Agency for all of the local area after heavy overnight rain. We were woken up at one point during the sleep time, so we thought we should go and investigate where all the rain goes, so we headed to Bitts Park and the River Eden. We are […]
A free pocket-sized walking and cycling guide for Carlisle was launched recently. Funded by Cumbria County Council, Carlisle City Council, Friends of the Lake District, Capita, the Environment Agency and Carlisle Renaissance, the map is aimed at encouraging people to walk and cycle both as a way of getting to work, school, the shops and […]