‘One with Cumberland forever’ Nowell Oxland, Cumbria’s Great War poet

Join author Stephen Cooper for a talk on Cumbrian poet and soldier Nowell Oxland

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Join author Stephen Cooper for a talk on Cumbrian poet and soldier Nowell Oxland

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • All £5.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 01900 824805
Accessibility
Wheelchair-accessible toilet in rear courtyard. Lift for access to ground floor of house. First floor of house accessible only by stairs. Free audio tour available from reception for visitors unable to access first floor.
Other
Price includes a glass of wine

Contact Info

Name
Wordsworth House
Email
wordsworthhouse@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01900 824805

Upcoming events

Scree

Sat 21 May 2022
10:00-16:00
Scree is an exhibition that challenges us to rethink the basis of our relationship with the fells, co-created with poet Lucy Burnett.

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Tue 24 May 2022
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Join us for a 30-minute guided house tour and enjoy a personal insight into the family life that forged one of our greatest poets – plus the story of how this special house was saved from demolition.

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Join the servant by the kitchen fire and see what's cooking!

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11:00-15:00
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Thu 23 Jun 2022
19:00-20:00
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‘One with Cumberland forever’ Nowell Oxland, Cumbria’s Great War poet

Wed 29 Jun 2022
19:00-20:00
Join author Stephen Cooper for a talk on Cumbrian poet and soldier Nowell Oxland