When Kevin Tickle left one of the region’s most prestigious kitchens to focus on his family, little did he realise he would be getting a new baby along with his new pub and restaurant.
There is always something surprising in this old Lancashire village which attracts visitors from across the world
A new breed of entrepreneur is heading for Cartmel, one of old Lancashire’s loveliest villages. Mike Glover reports.
Super chef Simon Rogan has had success in Manchester and London but his first love is still a village in old Lancashire. He spoke exclusively to Mike Glover. Pictures by Sandy Kitching
A Lake District food institution, beloved by many, marks a milestone this month. Mike Glover reports
Striking Friesian horses may be big but they are also graceful and fleet of foot and they will be coming to Lancashire this month. Mike Glover met one owner. Photography by Sandy Kitching
Cartmel is famous for sticky toffee pudding and for having one of the country’s most beautiful racecourses but few people connect it with one of the great moment in our history - the signing of Magna Carta.
Just what is it about this Lancashire village that makes the New York Times put it on its worldwide ‘must visit’ list? Roger Borrell investigates
After planting thousands of trees and miles of hedgerow Julian Lambton is preparing to bring hares back to Hare Hill, as Sue Riley reports
Cartmel's reputation as a centre of high quality food and drink just keeps on growing. WORDS BY PAUL MACKENZIE PHOTOGRAPHY BY KIRSTY THOMPSON
It's one of north Lancashire's most picturesque villages and it just gets better, writes Mike Glover Photography by Kirsty Thompson and John Cocks
People have been flocking to Cartmel, a village overrun with a host of colourful, woolly characters as Amanda Griffiths discovers <br/>Photography by John Cocks