Cumbria dating group
Cumbria dating group
Among the town's annual events is the Keswick Convention, an Evangelical gathering attracting visitors from many countries.Keswick became widely known for its association with the poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey.
Jon is a Chartered Engineer, a Chartered Environmentalist and a Fellow of both the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Royal Engineers.
IChem E's Cumbria Members Group invite you to our AGM, where there will be a presentation by Jon Prichard, IChem E.
Whether you are studying at university in your first year studies, pursuing a research career, working in industry or a retired engineer, we want to welcome you in celebrating our achievements this year and to hear about an exciting program of events.
The meeting is a great opportunity to engage with your local committee and to understand the support they can offer you.
Jon Prichard, IChem E CEO will also be attending the meeting and giving a short presentation.
There are many different ways you can get in touch to find out more about the project or to register for updates on our progress.
You can do this through the website, email, phone, mail or in person at our forthcoming events.
The town, in the Lake District National Park, just north of Derwentwater, and 4 miles (6.4 km) from Bassenthwaite, had a population of 4,821 at the time of the 2011 census.
There is considerable evidence of prehistoric occupation of the Keswick area, but the first recorded mention of the town dates from the 13th century, when Edward I of England granted a charter for Keswick's market, which has maintained a continuous 700-year existence.
In Tudor times the town was an important mining area, and from the 18th century onwards it has increasingly been known as a holiday centre; tourism has been its principal industry for more than 150 years.
Its features include the Moot Hall; a modern theatre, the Theatre by the Lake; one of Britain's oldest surviving cinemas, the Alhambra; and the Keswick Museum and Art Gallery in the town's largest open space, Fitz Park.
Together with their fellow Lake Poet William Wordsworth, based at Grasmere, 12 miles (19 km) away, they made the scenic beauty of the area widely known to readers in Britain and beyond.