Keswick


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Keswick

a market town in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District: tourist centre. Pop.: 4984 (2001)
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Mat Williams was a steady influence during the middle overs as Dumfries lost a few wickets to rash shots as batsmen attacked the Keswick bowling.
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Venue: Blencathra Centre, Threlkeld, Nr Keswick, CA12 4SG.
Learning lessons from the game against Durham, they were able to put their skills to the test in a closer match against Keswick School, although they were defeated 14-10.
Honley Hikers and Frothblowers Fraternity raised PS413.68 for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) during their autumn fundraising walk in and around Keswick
Keswick was also repeatedly heckled during the AGM, with his dismissive tone, his insistence that Kroenke Sr would not be talking, and his pointblank refusal to answer questions fuelling fans' anger.
THE market town of Keswick - nestling between mountains and the banks of Derwent Water in Lake District - is a good base for exploring the northern Lakes and the beautiful valleys of Borrowdale, Buttermere and Newlands.
UNDER-15 CRICKET DURHAM eased to victory by 41 runs in a low-scoring ECB County Cup affair at Keswick Cricket Club, writes SAM BLACKLOCK.