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Derwentwater – Celebrated in Poetry and Photographs

Derwentwater

Derwentwater is the crowning glory of the Lake District town of Keswick. 3 miles long, a mile wide and bordered by fells and woodland, it’s a place of stunning natural beauty from any angle. At the south end, it is surrounded by the impressive Borrowdale Valley. It also holds literary significance, inspiring writers such as William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter, …

A Poetic Landscape – Wainwrights in Verse by John Phoenix Hutchinson

Alfred Wainwright’s popularity shows no sign of slowing down. Nearly 25 years after his death, his guide books continue to sell in vast quantities as walkers follow in his footsteps to become ‘Wainwright baggers.’ Seen as we’ve got a fairly decent reputation for producing poetry in the Lakes, what better way to epitomise these celebrated hills than with a collection …