Hawthorns Monthly Roundup: January Hawthorns Monthly Roundup: January

Hawthorns Monthly Roundup: January

We found ourselves in a winter wonderland over December, when a fresh snowfall showed off the Park in a light we only see once or twice a year – but it’s always welcome when it comes.

snow drive

2016 was an eventful year for many, and we were pleased to be able to offer our guests a calm place to stay whenever they wanted to get away from it all or to enjoy a quiet celebration.

We look forward to seeing you all again in your homes away from home for your next break!

If you’re looking for something to do across January, why not give some of the local events consideration?

As always, Cartmel Walking for Health takes place on every Tuesday at 10:45, beginning from the Cartmel Racecourse entrance. These hour-long walks provide gentle exercise and a chance to get to know people with similar interests.

Running from the 4th to the 7th of January, between 9:30 and 4:30 every day, at the Lakeland Motor Museum is a Donald Campbell Special Display, paying tribute to the record breaker fifty years on.

To benefit the Hawkshead Parish Church, local explorer John Gunner is starting a series of illustrated talks about his adventures. The first, titled ‘On the Ice: Camping & Fieldwork near the South Pole’ will take place at the Hawkshead Lower Market Hall on Thursday the 12th of January between 7:30 and 8:30pm, with admission at £5 per person.

On Friday the 13th, the UK’s longest running Rat Pack show arrives in Morecambe with Anita Harris. Music, merriment and more are all on tap!

Across the 14th and 15th, Beetham Nurseries are holding an Orchid Weekend. This free weekend provides access to orchid experts for your questions as well as special tutorials. You can find the Nurseries a mile south of Milnthorpe on the A6, and events run between 10:30 and 4:30 on both days.

On the 23rd of January, the Sun Inn in Kirkby Lonsdale will host the first of this year’s Posh Noshers events. The theme this time is Classic French Wines, and the event is built around a four-course dinner with four specially selected wines. The meal starts at 7:30pm and costs £59 per person.

Northcote hotel in Blackburn celebrates an astonishing 17-day culinary festival beginning on the 20th of January and running into February, with multiple guest chefs offering Obsession Menus on their own nights. If you’ve ever wanted to indulge yourself, Obsession is the perfect opportunity.

Lastly, see out the end of the month in Morecambe’s Old Station Building for a New Year Viennese Concert from the Promenade Concert Orchestra. Taking place on Sunday the 29th at 3:00pm, it looks like a festive event to remember.

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