Category: May

A WORD WITH: Barrie Day

The English teacher who taught generations a thing or two during more than 30 years in city classrooms

MY CARLISLE: Sarah Waters

We catch up the beauty counter manager, who has another life as an actress and set designer at the Green Room Club

ATTITUDE: Holly Woodhead

We speak to the Lanes’ marketing manager, who is stressed out at the start of the day but relaxes in the spa


10 things to do this month, including a brand new free music event showcasing local music talent


The May issue of Carlisle Living features 15 Social Pages, can you spot your face?

FOOD REVIEW: Michelangelo

In the May issue of Carlisle Living, Jane Loughran revisits an old city favourite in English Damside

INTERIORS: 26 page special

This month’s issue features a bumper 26 page interiors special, featuring the latest trends and projects from local businesses in the area.

RECIPE: Oven-baked escalope of salmon

This month’s recipe is oven-baked escalope of salmon glazed with a fennel, Cumbrian ham & Morecambe Bay brown shrimp butter, by Alan McCarton of Fantails, Wetheral


The Audi A4 has won Car of the Year 2016 and is a finalist  for World Car of the Year. Audi UK sent Malcolm Bobbitt the all-new Ultra to put through its paces for the May issue of Carlisle Living

MY SPACE: Kath Jamieson

In the May issue, we meet card-maker Kath, who’s hours fly by when she’s at her craft table in her Wetheral home


May’s One to Watch is climber Kai Main, who hopes to come away from the national youth climbing series finals with a place in the top 10 for his age


The May issue of Carlisle Living features 30 pages of Wedding inspiration to help you plan your big day, including the real wedding of Emma Jackson and Dayle Armstrong in Dalston

Baptism of water

Only six months after moving from Premier League Sunderland to be sales and marketing director of Carlisle United, Phil King had to deal with the floods which devastated Brunton Park for the second time in 11 years. Now the club is back on…

Faith in the city

Church pastor Andy Fearon is preparing for the second Give a Day event, which will see hundreds of volunteers and dozens of businesses come together to improve Carlisle and the life of its people. Eleanor Jary reports in the May…