Category: 2017

It’s a (sweet) wrap

Waffles with a difference and a market stall on wheels are what Buffle Wrap is all about, writes Eleanor Jary

The People’s Dig

A call for volunteers to help experts uncover Carlisle’s Roman past saw ordinary people finding the stuff of archaeologist’s dreams, writes Eleanor Jary


Featuring columnists Roger Lytollis, Sarah Ledger and John Myers

MY SPACE: Jill Jennings

A Brampton family home in a converted 18th-century brewery is where a new business and fresh start is taking shape


January’s issue of Carlisle Living features including Dodd & Co Accountants held a Christmas lunch and networking for local professionals at the firm’s Rosehill office. Plus, another 17 pages covering events from across the city

Family ties

Four generations of the Blaylock family are benefiting from the expertise of Lee Watson and the team at O’Reilly Wealth Management.

Something blue

Luxury Carlisle aparthotel The Halston this month rolls out its latest venture, the restaurant Penny Blue.

RECIPE: Crispy Guineafowl

November’s recipe Crispy Guineafowl with Bubble and Squeak with Bacon Lardoons and Cranberry Redcurrant Sauce. By Lynette Mair and Jimmy Little at The Sally, Irthington

North Korea is lovely this time of year

Mike Lee is the owner of Palace Cycles in Carlisle, yet his love affair with travel has taken him to some of the world’s most inaccessible, dangerous, and fascinating places.


A tiny cottage in the northern fells has been transformed into a luxury holiday cottage thanks to the skills of local couple, Debbie and Paul Bainbridge

ONE TO WATCH: Shaw Lorimer-Bell

The Newcastle Falcons under-18s winger turns out for his home team in Carlisle whenever he can, writes Eleanor Jary in the October issue of Carlisle Living