Category: 2017

A WORD WITH: Jake Wigham

The former bricky learned tailoring at london College of Fashion, but says his working life now is not so very different…

ONE TO WATCH: Dayne Massey

The University of Cumbria student is on board with the rugby team he’s loved since childhood

SOCIAL PAGES

This month, there are 23 social pages, featuring The Halston Summer Party, Carlisle, Saturday July 8, 2017

SUMMER WEDDINGS

This month, we have 27 pages of Summer Weddings featuring the wedding of Becky Gallagher and Ian Rudd, who celebrated their marriage at Blathwaite House with a magical outdoor wedding

REVIEW: Sotto

Sara Valentin visits an Italian restaurant where big flavours and good ingredients do all the talking, and a waiter does all the singing

RARE CREATURES

Drawing a different endangered animal for each day of the year is the challenge keeping a Penrith artist busy, writes Eleanor Jary in the August issue of Carlisle Living

MYSPACE: Laura MR Harrison

Lost Lego, a much-loved Scottish music legend and moments of calm can be found in the artist’s city centre studio

Carlisle’s 100 foodie hotspots

More than 1,000 Carlisle Living readers nominated their favourites places to eat and drink in the city for the Carlisle Living Awards.  Before they are whittled down to just 24 finalists across four categories, we’ve listed the city’s Hot 100,…

The cheek of it all

Trinity pupil Jacob McAlindon bowls over the fashion world with his razor-sharp cheekbones

Mock the year

Trump and Farage are among the characters to make an appearance in musical theatre student Jamie Dodd’s first show – 2016 The Musical – at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

TOP HUT

It’s a little hut with a big reputation. In the August issue, Kath Smart discovers a hidden gem known to Hadrian’s Wall aficionados around the world…

High spirit

The pioneering climber Gwen Moffat was Britain’s first female professional mountain guide and forged a second career as a writer of climbing books and detective novels. Still working at 93 from her home near Penrith, she tells Jane Loughran, in…