Film Screening Saturday 12th March at 8.30pm
Tomorrowland (2015) PG | 2h 10min
This film event is free – recommended donation to Mountain Rescue £2
Director: Brad Bird
Starring: George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie
Action, Adventure, Family
Bound by a shared destiny, a teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory.
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Guardian Review – Steve Rose – ****
George Clooney is Mr Incredible in world-saver adventure. Brad Bird’s new Disney film may not kickstart a whole new franchise, but it’s enormous fun as it hurtles through space, time, and other dimensions
Film starts 8.30pm – free admission – recommended donation to Mountain Rescue £2
Joining us for food – we have our main weekend evening menu options available from £10.95 or £14.95 for 2 courses– please book ahead.
Accommodation also available –
More film information here – Tomorrowland (2015) -IDMB
3 January 2011
We had our first family trip to Thorney How today. This was the first time that two of our daughters, Julia and Laurie had had the opportunity to look around and to get to know the house. After the New Year weekend there were no groups booked in so we had access to the whole property and grounds.
We were keen to find out what winter problems there had been – yes a few pipes burst and no rubbish collections. This was also a good opportunity to measure up a few important rooms, mainly those that we intend to use for our personal space.
I also wanted to get a good look around the grounds and to take some more photographs.
This was my favourite view standing on top of the rocky mound called Thorney How looking up and across to Helm Crag in the background beyond the house.
Heading back we stopped off in Ambleside for Cornish pasties and then went to see The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The Dawn Treader in 3D at The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal as a family New Year cinema treat.
3 January 2011
This will be our last Christmas and New Year at Old Forge Cottage in Kentmere, this has been our family home for the last 15 years since we moved here in 1995.
We were very surprised, yet pleased to sell so quickly. We have loved living here very much and hope that the new owners enjoy it equally as much. As Wainright’s Outlying Fells Guide quote says; from Green Quarter it is “one of the most beautiful views in Lakeland”
See our Hackney & Leigh property details here.
We wish everyone a prosperous and happy new year in 2011.
31 December 2010
Hi, this is the start of a new blog initially charting our progress moving from Old Forge Cottage in Kentmere to Thorney How in Grasmere.
Two first steps:
- establishing this blog
- starting the major task of organising (and rationalising) all of our stuff.
We don’t have a move date yet. But we are expecting this to be early to mid February 2011.
We are the Nuttall family. Taylor, Carolyn and Laurie. Emma and Julia currently live away from home.