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The name Windermere or Windermer was used of the parish that had clearly taken its name from the water.
The poet Norman Nicholson comments on the use of the phrase 'Lake Windermere': "a certain excuse for the tautology can be made in the case of Windermere, since we need to differentiate between the lake and the town, though it would be better to speak of 'Windermere Lake' and Windermere Town', but no one can excuse such ridiculous clumsiness as 'Lake Derwentwater' and 'Lake Ullswater." The extensive parish included most of Undermilnbeck (that is, excepting Winster and the part of Crook chapelry that lay west of the Gilpin, which were part of Kirkby Kendal parish), Applethwaite, Troutbeck and Ambleside-below-Stock, that is, the part of Ambleside that lay south of Stock Beck. Windermere is long and narrow, like many other ribbon lakes.
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All routes are over fell land where in places the full course rises to over 700 metres and for long sections continues at over 600 metres.
Askham is a Furness Peninsula village next to a long sandy beach on the edge of the Duddon Estuary not far from Barrow in an area well known for its wide variety of wildlife. It starts and finishes at Braithwaite Institute near Keswick where the non-refundable registration fee of £120 per team will begin from 6am.
The fee is inclusive of a “Grab and Go” breakfast of fruit, light snacks and a coffee at the start; snacks and water at Buttermere Village Hall; refreshments on arrival at the finish line; a “Hospice at Home Challenge T-Shirt”, and full support en-route including return transport to Braithwaite if required. June 4th – Blue Skies Hospitals Fund Morecambe Bay Walk One of the Lake District & Cumbria's most popular walking events of about 8 miles welcomes family, friends, children, dogs (on a lead) and groups to the iconic Cross Bay Walk from Arnside Promenade to Kent's Bank.
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