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The Lakeland Festival of Light 2019

May 4, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm UTC+0

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Returning for a 5th year, The Lakeland Festival of Light will be happening on the 4th May.

At the moment the plan is quite ambitious and will require some thinking through. We will also require some permissions, so as a result we are unable to say where or what! Please bear with us as we will let you know as soon as we can what will be happening – but expect the biggest yet!!!

The chosen charity for 2019 is to be the Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Dogs which we’re super excited about supporting.

Details about meet points and timings will be confirmed nearer the time, but the event will take place on Catbells and will start from Keswick. It is NOT A TICKETED EVENT, you can just turn up. We ask that everyone donates £20 either on the night or to the link that will be provided nearer the time. A full list of FAQ’s can be seen here: https://www.lakelandmountainguides.co.uk/single-post/2018/11/17/Lakeland-Festival-of-Light-FAQs

You can also find out more about the event here: https://www.lakelandmountainguides.co.uk/the-lakeland-festival-of-light

This event is brought to you by the Lakeland Festival of Light team. This is made up of:

Matt Le Voi – Lakeland Mountain Guides
Tom Mcnally – Tom Mcnally Photography
Carmen Norman – Carmen Norman Photography
Nick Landells – Lakeland Photo Walks
Harry Baker – Harry Baker Photography.

Over just 4 years the LFOL team have raised in excess of £46,000 for charities who operate in Nepal and have helped with the 2015 earthquake relief effort. The team also snaps the ‘Striding Edge by Torchlight’ for Lakes based Mountain Rescue teams.



May 4, 2019
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm UTC+0
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