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PEAK VIEWS… Wasdale Fell at Wastwater
in the Lake District
It is also home to more than 16 lakes and 200 fells and mountains as well as the World''s Biggest Liar Competition (politicians and lawyers are banned from entry!) www.santonbridgeinn.com/liar 2 Britain's Favourite View Britain's official favourite view is of Wastwater
in the Wasdale Valley chosen by thousands of viewers in an ITV programme.
Simon Stephens returns in April with "Wastwater
," directed by Katie Mitchell, a triptych of seemingly separate stories that turn out to be linked by past events.
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. Environmentalist 19: 61-65.
"She moved with the family between Nunsmere and their other homes in Sloane Street, London, and Irton Hall at Wastwater
It owes its rugged landscape to massive glaciers that melted thousands of years ago, carving out huge valleys in the process and leaving behind a series of lakes - including Wastwater
, the deepest at 74 metres.
The captions beneath the sketches, which indicate in a short phrase the scene represented (as in the Lakeland narrative's "Morning Mist on Wastwater
," "Going to church in the rain, Wasdale Head," or "Horse in Buttermere"), function as triggers of blends the reader is invited to launch between English landscapes and Chinese painting techniques.
"After time for lunch we embark on the famous steam railway journey through Eskdale, and onwards to Wasdale and England's deepest lake, Wastwater
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Clive Anderson waxes lyrical about Hadrian's Wall; Meera Syal soaks up the view from Waterloo Bridge; Corrie's Sally Whittaker visits the Lake District's Wastwater
, and Charles Kennedy revels in Loch Coruisk in the Isle of Skye.
Anderson said she wants to see through a planned wastwater
system, sidewalk and drainage improvements.