The abbey, an inspiration for both Wordsworth and Turner, was founded in the early 12th century by Stephen, later king of England. By the time Henry VIII ordered its dissolution in 1537 it was the second richest in England.
Thank you to Barrow in Old Photos and all it’s members for sharing their pictures and perhaps bringing back a few memories.
An event not to miss as 22 authors from South Cumbria gather at the Dock Museum in Barrow-in-Furness, to sell their books about the local area.
Medieval Living History Fair on 2nd December at The Abbey Mill Cafe next to Furness Abbey!
Small living history camp, chainmail weighing competition, sword fighting demonstration and more!
Our Walk, Play & Train Programme is a unique, exciting, dog friendly alternative to the more formal methods of training your pet.
Once we develop a personalised programme, we will take your dog out several times each week, to socialise, exercise and most importantly, learn.
BERNARD DEVLIN, FURNESS ABBEY, A LITTLE HISTORY
Future Stars Drama School offers a secure and upbeat environment where young people whom have a great interest in drama can come and enjoy being themselves and meeting others.
I’ve always loved learning languages, not just for the languages themselves but also as a way to learn about the culture, music, food and people.
Not your average Learning and Development Consultant. I combine professional expertise with passion, energy and fun to provide unique training programmes that deliver measurable results in the workplace.