Following his lecture to us earlier this year and subsequent feedback, Bill Shannon has written a paper entitled: The Landscape and People of the Cartmel Peninsula in 1685: the Keurden/ Townley maps C&WAAS CW3, 18, 2018, 201-222.
Allithwaite-A Short History by Phil & Pat Rowland and Barbara Copeland (Free to Members, £1 to non-Members). The booklet is available from Phil Rowland or at Lectures.
The 2019 Lecture programme may be found on the events page.
Summer events (contact Stuart Harling):
13 June – Ken Howarth – a walk on Hampsfell to look at some features in the landscape.
25 July – Pat Rowland – Flax walk around Newton & Barber Green.
1 August – Dan Elsworth and Helen Evans Evening walk around Flookburgh (fully subscribed). It is hoped to organise a 2nd walk.
5 Sept – Alan Cleaver and Lesley Park – The Corpse Roads of Cumbria. Criss-crossing the Cumbrian landscape are many trods, paths, lonnings and other ancient trackways , included among these are several corpse roads. These paths were used until the 18th Century to transport the dead from the remote villages to the ‘mother’ church for burial. Alan and Lesley have written a book about these tracks.
A brief historical over view of Lindale by Sylvia Woodhead
LINDALE -the valley of flax by David Shore
Accidents on Lindale Hill by Pat Rowland
Lindale the bypass that cant come too soon from Lancashire Life
A Picture of Lindale in 1978 by Vic & Joan Greenhalgh
Lindale’s Inns by Sylvia Woodhead
Leisure in Lindale by Sylvia Woodhead
Lindale Corn Mill and Mill Pond by Sylvia Woodhead
Doors of Lindale by Sylvia Woodhead
Woodworking in Lindale by Sylvia Wodhead
Smithy Hill Works by Sylvia Woodhead
Wilkinson Monument Lindale by Pat Rowland
Peat Cutters cottage by Helen Scott
Yew Trees by Sylvia Woodhead
Yew Trees Deeds by Sylvia Woodhead
The Atkinsons of Lindale by Norman Atkinson OBE
A Tale of Peter Allen of Lindale by Sylvia Woodhead & Pat Rowland