Join Windermere Reflections in celebrating the end of this 3 year environmental programme with an evening of music from folk legends Eliza Carthy and Saul Rose. Also featuring two landscape inspired stories from storyteller Taffy Thomas and debuting Furness Tradition young folk musicians NoJ. You can catch up on all the great work the Windermere Reflections team, partners and volunteers have delivered with short films and exhibitions. All proceeds to Nurture Lakeland to help continue the ‘Love your Lakes’ work they have been delivering with Reflections over the last 3 years. See www.windermere-reflections.org.uk for details.
Venue – Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge, LA23 1HW
Age restrictions – none but all children to be accompanied and supervised by an adult
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Audio Description (AD) is available in Screen 1. Infrared audio system is available in both Cinema Screens 1 and 2. Induction loops (T) are in place in the Theatre, please ask for assistance on the door.
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