Category: November

A WORD WITH: Lee Sherriff

From scary bedsits as a teenager to white-knuckle visits to Palestine, Lee Sherriff is determined to get the most out of life

ATTITUDE: Leeann Gradwell

Helping young people through her work and learning to play rugby is making the mum-in-training happy and healthy

SOCIAL PAGES

15 pages of socials including the Eden Valley Hospice Ball

REVIEW: The Crown Inn

In this issue, Sara Valentin enjoys big flavours and a fantastic atmosphere at a unique country pub at a lonely crossroads south of Carlisle

TEST DRIVE: Lexus RC 300h Coupé

In the November issue of Carlisle Living, Malcolm Bobbitt test drives a sports coupé that combines sophistication, innovation and performance

RECIPE: Venison and chestnut pie

In the November issue of Carlisle Living, Chris Hogg, owner and chef at Skitby House, shares his recipe for Venison and chestnut pie with Puy lentil mash and Madeira and wild mushroom sauce

INTERIORS: History hall

John and Pauline Gavan are the latest owners of Clarghyll Hall near Alston to leave their mark during the property’s eventful 500-year history. They explain why they’re reluctantly selling the imposing house

MYSPACE: Andrew Pattinson

Funky Gums founder Andrew Pattinson says there is no now, but he’s going to make the most of it anyway, writes Eleanor Jary in this month’s issue of Carlisle Living. Andrew and his partner Lesa Boland run Funky Gums, makers…

ONE TO WATCH: Katie Farley

The 16-year-old is making waves in international canoe polo after competing in the world championships

BITE: Keith Jackson

The University researcher is drawing up a food map of Carlisle, loves simple honest food and is master of the family kitchen at Christmas

Don’t look back

It’s a year since the former Border TV presenter Jonathan Willoughby completed the journey to becoming India Willoughby – and there’s no looking back, writes Eleanor Jary in the November issue of Carlisle Living

The magnificent muesli boys

Childhood mates Luke Christian and Tim Cottingham go from causing havoc to cooking up toasted artisan muesli, writes Eleanor Jary in this month’s issue of Carlisle Living.