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Hello Everyone,

I watched a delightful programme on TV, last night about a year in the life of The Lake District. I have always loved the area and it prompted me to have a look in my archives for memories of trips there.

The first I found were images from Grasmere.
The name Grasmere is thought to evolve from
Old Norse "gres", meaning grass, and Mere - meaning lake or pool.

It is a popular village within the Lake District and is famous for its association with the Lake Poets, one of whom, William Wordsworth, lived in Grasmere for 14 years and called it "the loveliest spot that man hath ever found".

There are many walks starting from the village, of varying degrees of difficulty but all anding with stunning views across the hills and lakes or tarns.

Take care and keep safe,
Bev :-)

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