Buttermere


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Buttermere

a lake in NW England, in Cumbria, in the Lake District, southwest of Keswick. Length: 2 km (1.25 miles)
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Pull on your walking boots, pack a hearty picnic and head to Buttermere for one of the best family-friendly circular lakeside walks in the Lake District.
The Buttermere at Plot 46 is priced at PS426,995 and is available with part exchange, with buyers able to choose from either a contribution towards LBTT or carpets.
Vandals broke into this taxi on Buttermere Road in Redcar to steal a BlackJack lolly and a loyalty card
Elsewhere at Broadoaks in Bedlington potential buyers can take a look around the development's Tressell showhome and its 1,502 sq ft Buttermere view home.
Buttermere itself is a tiny village of two pubs, a few farms and clutch of houses but, if you've still got mileage left in you, try the 7km walk around Buttermere Lake.
Figures show 7,399 downloads of the walk were made from their website, making it the most popular walk in the North-West, beating Alderley Edge - 5,828; Tarn Hows - 4,111; Sty Head Pass & Grains Gill - 2,150 and Buttermere - 1,906.
The others are Beachy Head, St Paul's Cathedral, Brancaster, Derwent Edge, Robin Hood's Bay, Buttermere, Chipping Campden and St Boniface Down on the Isle of Wight.
He has also written screenplays of films, including Jesus Christ Superstar and The Maid of Buttermere. In 1992 his first full-length play, King Lear in New York, was premiered at the Chichester Festival.
His mount Tell Nothing was caught close home in the Buttermere Claiming Stakes - beaten a head by Two Steps To Go in a race with no fourth-place prize-money or each-way betting for fourth place.
Shooting dates will depend on whether casting is completed in time for a skedded fall shoot of "The Maid of Buttermere," a $16 million adaptation of the Melvyn Bragg novel produced by new banner Lolafilms U.K.
START at the National Trust car park in Buttermere, Cumbria.