If you’re planning a stay in one of our sites in Carnforth, it can be helpful to know what things there are to do. Our static caravan sites are located in an ideal location, offering easy travel across Lancashire and Cumbria.
Here at McCarthy Caravan Parks we’ve put together a helpful guide on all the events that are happening across Lancashire during January.
Kendal Rambler’s Walk
Taking place on Thursday 10, this walk starts at Ash Landing National Trust car park at 10 am or the B&Q car park in Kendal at 9 am. In total the Kendal Rambler’s Walk will be 7 miles (11 km) with some ascents.
For more about the walk over Moss Eccles Tarn and Claife Heights, visit the Kendal Rambler’s programmes.
Hard Hat Tours – Fell Foot, Newby Bridge
As a National Trust event, the Hard Hat Tours at Fell Foot in Newby Bridge offer an insight into the local boathouses. Conservation work is currently being undertaken here and these events give you the chance to see this happening.
Booking is essential and tours are a maximum of 10 people. The tours take place on Wednesday 16 and Wednesday 23 January, run from 10 am until 12 pm and cost £12.50 pp. Gates will be open at 9 am to meet for breakfast (included in the price) at the Potting Shed Café.
For more details, call Emma Hawley today on 015395 31273 or email on email@example.com.
Journaling for Wellbeing – Kendal
If you’re interested in learning more about your emotions and experiences, then this workshop is ideal for you. It’s being run by CADAS and the Goodness Consciousness Movement and will go through the process of journaling.
The workshop will take place on Wednesday 16 January between 2.30pm and 4 pm at The Pennington Room in Kendal Library. The event is free and for more details you should contact Lois Sparling on 01539 731737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Model Railway Exhibition – Kendal
Based at the Leisure Centre on Burton Road in Kendal, this exhibition will have more than 12 layouts in attendance. It will run on Saturday 26 between 10 am and 5 pm and on Sunday 27 from 10 am until 4.30 pm.
For more details, visit the Kendal Model Railway Club’s website.
An Evening with Alice Roberts – Morecambe
On January 30 well-known author, anthropologist and TV presenter Alice Roberts will be holding a talk at The Platform in Morecambe. Starting at 7.30 pm, she will be talking about the country’s past.
For more, book tickets at £22.50 or £18.50 for concessions.
If you would like more details about the holiday and residential parks we have across Lancashire, please do not hesitate to contact us today on 07784815876 or 01524 720949. You can also fill in our contact form and we will be back in touch as soon as possible.