19 July 2020Village News
Despite the fact that many regular activities have been put on hold the village is attracting many visitors. The Hearth arts centre cafe is busy, holiday self catering lets in the village are full and people are walking the national trail.
The Lion and Lamb is providIng weekend meals between 5.30pm and 9 pm on Friday and Saturday as well as lunches on Saturday and Sunday. Please book in advance. From August 3rd they are operating the government scheme “Eat out to help out”.
The petition circulating among residents who are concerned about the speed and volume of traffic through the village will be available to sign for an extended period to allow for difficulties in reaching people due to Covid 19.
Horsley children’s playground has reopened with restrictions. Please read the notice on the gate before entering.
Please be aware that rights of way in several directions from the village have cattle grazing often accompanied by a bull. Making a wide birth is advisable. In some fields the right of way has been cut through the crop making an easy walking corridor. Please follow these routes to avoid damaging crops.
The daily summer bus service to Keswick starts again at the end of this month. Please check times and booking details with Wright Bros. coaches.