The general location of the
meeting is the northwest
Ian and Brigitte, at Cornerbeech Hotel,
have offered to
prepare meals that have a distinctly local ‘flavour’ using
ingredients and produce. Hopefully, you will enjoy meals that you would
otherwise experience in other parts of the
Listed below is the final,
‘provisional’ agenda for the workshop. Please let me know as soon as
if I have the wrong title to your paper so that it can be corrected. I
waiting for the documentation to arrive from COST but have not heard
to assume that it will not. Once it arrives, I will forward it to you .
If you have not already
done so, could you let
In case of any uncertainties, please contact Ian. I will be travelling up to Grange on Wednesday (arriving mid-afternoon) and Ian will be able to relay any messages to me far easier than it might be for you to contact me on my mobile. The contact details are on the website Ian has set up for the meeting: www.cost.beechware.co.uk
If you have any uncertainties
connections, check in the first place the links to the journey planner
website. However, do contact me if there are any problems, either with
Similarly, if we know your
departure time we arrange
to take you to the station.
The provisional programme is as follows:
Wednesday, 16th March, evening: Dinner at Cornerbeech
· Grange to Cartmel, with a stop at Cartmel for about 30 minutes to look at the priory. Cartmel was the administrative centre for this region.
· Cartmel to Ambleside, with a short stop of about 30 minutes.
· Ambleside towards Townhead to view the watershed and implications of general boundaries on a mountain landscape.
· Townhead to Dungeon Ghyll, Greater Langdale: Here we will go for a short walk to look at how the general boundary has evolved through the past 500 years (or more) in this region.
· Finally, to Brantwood and our evening meal.