Derwentwater


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Derwentwater

(ˈdɜːwəntˌwɔːtə)
n
(Placename) a lake in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District. Area: about 8 sq km (3 sq miles)
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Officers were on patrol near near Chichester Metro station, in South Shields, last Thursday when they were approached by a resident who told them about suspected suspicious activity at an address on Derwentwater Terrace.
Our two-night stay was in one of the feature rooms, The Derwentwater Room - named after the Earls of Derwentwater, who acquired the Langley estates in 1705.
Derwentwater 10 Jim Godfrey tackled a challenging 10 mile race around the hilly roads that surround Derwentwater in the Lake District last weekend.
IThis beautiful country estate, just outside Portinscale in Cumbria, is situated on the Western Shore of Derwentwater in a stunning location surrounded by incredible views.
The Launch - a popular boat service on Derwentwater - makes a series of stops around the lake.
Located within the Lake District National Park, it winds, swoops and soars to provide unbeatable views of the Lakeland fells, the banks of Lake Windermere and Lake Thirlmere, and finally at the end, with a slight detour, you can go see Derwentwater.
Lanefoot Farm is in Thornthwaite, which lies between the picturesque Bassenthwaite Lake and the majestic Derwentwater and has panoramic views of the surrounding fells.
vvGooglinga runner Derwentwater 3.00 Lingfield One of the principal bodies of water in the Lake District National Park, Derwentwater occupies part of Borrowdale and lies immediately south of Keswick.
COOL Pennines SPEED OF WHITE Bikers in Cumbria SPECTACLE Giant icicles in Co Durham BRAVE Rower on Thames BIRD'S-HIGH VIEW Derwentwater in Lakes
It not only helps settle some important questions about 18th-century Catholicism, but it also raises some new ones--for example, how a mason like Earl Derwentwater could be venerated as a martyr for his faith, or how the communication channels between progressive Catholic communities worked in detail.
After unpacking and admiring the stunning views of the Lake District from our window we headed down to Derwentwater and took a short cruise around the stunning lakes.
Competitors from the Original Mountain Marathon shelter at Cockermouth School, in Cumbria Picture: ANNA GOWTHORPE; A competitor at the fells; A flooded Derwentwater, after the torrents of rain