Ambleside


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Ambleside

a town in NW England, in Cumbria: a tourist centre for the Lake District. Pop.: 3064 (2001)
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Many of Luke's friends will be raising money for his fund by running in the Bosworth Half Marathon on May 10 and by taking part in a charity match at Ambleside two weeks later.
So, if peace, perfect peace and back to nature is your thing on holiday, then you'll love this unspoiled park, about a mile from Ambleside.
They are also involved in staging a Family Fun Day at Ambleside on May 24, which will feature a game between players from the club's Saturday and Sunday teams and others Luke played alongside, as well as a barbecue, bouncy castle, children's slides and an evening disco.
Tom Dennes, head of Bigwood Country Homes, said visitors will be seduced by the views that Ambleside enjoys from its hilltop perch as well as the grounds.
This year, instead of following the crowds to Windemere, my boyfriend and I stayed in Ambleside.
STREETLY swing bowler Craig Moore claimed figures of eight for 45 as Ambleside were bowled out for 103 in the only meaningful Warwickshire League action to take place on an otherwise rain-ruined weekend.
He ate at the Glass house Restaurant, Rydal Road, Ambleside (015394 32137) and Lucy's on a Plate, Church Street, Ambleside (015394 32288)
Two men are being sought by police over a suspected cash machine fraud in Ambleside, Cumbria.
He died after feeling unwell while playing for Ambleside in a Coventry Alliance Premier Division fixture at the Sphinx club in Coventry.