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Westmorland Gazette June 27th
Crosthwaite Strawberry Tea takes place on Sunday July 7th (2-4pm). Tickets Adults £3.50 , children £2 (in advance); adults £4 on the day. Admission includes strawberries and cream, a scone and a drink.
In addition to the usual games, stalls and entertainment, there will be a Scarecrow competition this year. Children are invited to make a scarecrow, which will be displayed and judged on the day, with prizes for the winners. Details and advance tickets from Jim Bownass 015395 68203.
On Thursday June 27th Highways England has organised a Drop In meeting at the Gilpin Bridge Hotel (1pm-7pm). This will set out proposed works for the A590, which will include a possible review of the speed limit as has been proposed by Crosthwaite and Lyth parish council. All are welcome to come along, ask questions and offer their views on the proposals.
Landowners of Crosthwaite and Lyth Summer Walk, Butterflies and other wildlife on Township Plantation, takes place on Saturday June 29th. Meet at 1.30pm at the Millstone, The Howe. The Trustees of the Landowners of Crosthwaite and Lyth are delighted to have Rob Petley-Jones leading the walk. Rob has had his work on butterflies and moths recognised by the national charity Butterfly Conservation.
Whilst butterflies will be the focus, attention will be drawn to other wildlife encountered on the walk.
Dogs on leads welcome, further information from Tony Marshall, 015395 68304.
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