Evening talks at Wordsworth House
We have a series of Thursday evening talks linked to ‘This Land is Our Land’, the first of this year’s special exhibitions at Wordsworth House and Garden.
‘This Land is Our Land’ focusses on our relationship with the fragile landscapes that surround us.
On 20 June, National Trust ranger Maurice Pankhurst shares his passion for the trees and woodland forming the beating heart of the ecosystem that sustains us all.
His talk starts at 7.30pm, with coffee, cake and questions afterwards. Tickets cost £5 each, including refreshments.
On 19 September, award-winning author Zoe Gilbert talks about her novel Folk, set in a richly imagined world inspired by the Isle of Man, where people and landscape are bound together by myth and tradition.
On 10 October, farmer James Rebanks, author of acclaimed memoir The Shepherd’s Life, discusses his experience of living and working in the Lakes.
These talks start at 8pm (doors open 7.30pm). Tickets are £10 each including a glass of wine.
Booking is essential for all talks. Get more information and booking details here.