The bustling village of Staveley nestles at the foot of the secluded Kentmere Valley. Its history shaped by two rivers: the fast-flowing river Kent and the smaller river Gowan. An area of rolling countryside interspersed with valleys, woods, hedges and drystone walls.
Wild, open moorlands dominate the uplands, descending through tree-clothed valley sides to low-lying pasture land on the valley bottoms.
|Fri 25 Jul - Wed 31 Dec||Glasgow Style: Arts & Crafts from 1890-1930 at Blackwell, The Arts & Craft House|
|Wed 30 Jul||Drawing in the Gallery at Abbot Hall Art Gallery|
|Wed 30 Jul||Pastels Summer School at Brewery Arts Centre|
|Wed 30 Jul||Pastels with Tricia Lyon at Brewery Arts Centre|