3 June 2020
(doors open at 6.00pm)
Free (refreshments available)
What makes a successful rural community? How can community be developed? How can success be measured?
The study is using the South Lakes as a case study, but other experiences or examples are needed. David Jackman is the principal author of the UK National Standards for Sustainability (BS8900/4 series) and the UK lead on International Standards for Sustaiable Cities. He is now scoping a new framework specifically for rural areas that focuses on cohesion, mutality, sense of place and belonging.
Book by Tuesday 2 June.
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[Cancelled] Exhibition about John Ruskin and the geology of the hills, displayed in the Blue Gallery.
18 March 2020
Revisit dramatic mountain rescues from the UK and abroad from the historic collections of the Mountain Heritage Trust.
15 May 2020
This is an interactive workshop, part of a BSI study into how communities can be strengthened or re-built.
3 June 2020
Examine the light traps of Brantwood for an interesting array of summer moth species.
4 July 2020
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