Abbot Hall Centre
This venue is very close and walkable to the Brewery Arts Centre. From the Brewery Arts Centre turn right onto the High Street and walk approx.150 metres. Turn left onto Dowkers Lane and in 10 metres you will see the Abbot Hall Centre on your right hand side.
Abbot Hall Centre Events
Who named Cumbria’s Mountains? And what was the significance of this world-famous landscape in the past?
What is a cultural landscape and how does climbing history and bouldering venues such as The Bowder Stone reflect our changing attitude to nature?
Over the hills and along the byways of the British Isles, Times columnist and author Christopher Somerville shares his story of a year of walks describing the history, wildlife, changing landscapes and people he passes and reflects upon his childhood and the relationship...
Join Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent on her thrilling and dangerous solo adventure through Arunachal Pradesh, one of the world's least explored places.
In this compelling journey through peaks both real and imaginary, Veronica Della Dora, explores how the history of mountains is deeply interlaced with cultural values and aesthetic tastes, with religious beliefs and scientific practices.
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