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24th July 2017 to 24th July 2017
It's not unusual to have a great day at Cartmel races - but now you can have a great afternoon at the races followed by a fantastic concert from Tom Jones in the evening too... Yes, it's true. Sir Tom Jones is coming to Cartmel to play on the big stage in the centre of the course during the evening after racing. The first race will take place at 2.20pm and the final race starts at 5.20pm with the musical entertainment starting roughly 45 minutes after the racing activities are completed. First up on the stage will be Into The Ark - the group mentored by Sir Tom Jones during the latest series of The Voice. And then (get knickers ready to throw) it will be time for Sir Tom Jones. The concert will conclude at around 8.30pm and we recommend that any taxis are booked for 9.00pm or after. Tickets can be purchased online now. Advance tickets cost £45 each. If there are any tickets remaining on the day of the event, these will be available at £55 each. As usual, we shall also be offering camping in the racecourse camp-site. There is limited space and while we still have space for tents, the spaces licensed for campervans and caravans have now sold out. Each camping package includes event tickets as well as camping for two nights - on Thursday 29th June and Friday night 30th June. We recommend booking online. It's not unusual to bring a picnic... but please be aware that we shall be discouraging anyone from carrying glass within the concert arena - which will be located in the Course Enclosure. Similarly, we usually welcome dogs at Cartmel and they will be allowed to come with you on the concert day - but they will not be permitted in the front half of the concert arena, where the crowd will be dense and unsuitable for dogs. Open from: 11.00am First Race: 2.20pm Last Race: 5.20pm Cartmel Racecourse, Grange-over-Sands LA11 6QF.
 
24th July 2017, 26th August 2017, 28th August 2017
It's not unusual to have a great day at Cartmel races - but now you can have a great afternoon at the races followed by a fantastic concert from Tom Jones in the evening too... Yes, it's true. Sir Tom Jones is coming to Cartmel to play on the big stage in the centre of the course during the evening after racing. The first race will take place at 2.20pm and the final race starts at 5.20pm with the musical entertainment starting roughly 45 minutes after the racing activities are completed. First up on the stage will be Into The Ark - the group mentored by Sir Tom Jones during the latest series of The Voice. And then (get knickers ready to throw) it will be time for Sir Tom Jones. The concert will conclude at around 8.30pm and we recommend that any taxis are booked for 9.00pm or after. Tickets can be purchased online now. Advance tickets cost £45 each. If there are any tickets remaining on the day of the event, these will be available at £55 each. As usual, we shall also be offering camping in the racecourse camp-site. There is limited space and while we still have space for tents, the spaces licensed for campervans and caravans have now sold out. Each camping package includes event tickets as well as camping for two nights - on Thursday 29th June and Friday night 30th June. We recommend booking online. It's not unusual to bring a picnic... but please be aware that we shall be discouraging anyone from carrying glass within the concert arena - which will be located in the Course Enclosure. Similarly, we usually welcome dogs at Cartmel and they will be allowed to come with you on the concert day - but they will not be permitted in the front half of the concert arena, where the crowd will be dense and unsuitable for dogs. Open from: 11.00am First Race: 2.20pm Last Race: 5.20pm Cartmel Racecourse, Grange-over-Sands LA11 6QF.
 
25th July 2017 to 29th August 2017
Free family schoiol activities every Tuesday during the school holidays. Discover the secrets of the deep dark wood at Grizedale Forest
 
26th July 2017
A traditional agricultural show with cattle, sheep, horses, food marquee, handcrafts, cookery classes and much more! Parking is free and there are also free buses from Ulverston and Barrow, details of which can be found on the website below.
 
29th July 2017 to 30th July 2017
Special attractions already booked include the Broke FMX extreme Moto Cross display team alongside traditional favourites the Sheep Show, the Pantonic All Stars Orchestra, the Morecambe Bay Archers and the all action North West Lawn Mower Racing Association. The temporary sandpit, a popular innovation with the younger visitors last year will return in 2017 along with the Mr Alexanders Travelling Show, entertainment for all the family during the weekend. For the more adventurous, the Clip & Climb climbing wall is sure to prove a hit and if you ever wanted to be close to a bird of prey a visit to Joe`s Owls and mobile zoo will be a must. All this in addition to the traditional displays of preserved machinery and vehicles, working displays, craft exhibition and collections of artefacts and memorabilia from days gone by. When it all gets too much, just relax in the grandstand and admire some of the finest examples of preserved vehicles as they parade around the main arena. The Food Hall will again be packed with all manner of good things from local producers and numerous catering outlets will be located around the rally site. Discounted tickets will be available to purchase on line from February 28th by clicking on the Ticket Sales button on this website.
 
29th July 2017 to 30th July 2017
A loud and action-packed event featuring steam engines and agricultural machinery. Cark Airfield, Flookborough.
 
29th July 2017 to 11th August 2017
Lake District Summer Music is an international arts festival based in South Lakeland, with music at its heart. Hosting over 40 events in venues across the area.
 
2nd August 2017
Cartmel Show is always a firm favourite with both visitors and locals. The Show, held on the first Wednesday in August, offers a profusion of family entertainment packed into the picturesque parkland setting at Cartmel Racecourse. The show has its roots firmly within the agricultural and rural community. Come along, sample the delights of rural life, enjoy the entertainment, something for all the family.
 
2nd August 2017
A traditional country show celebrating the local area's farming traditions, with sheep, horses, poultry, village industry and horticultural exhibitions. Cartmel Show is always a firm favourite with both visitors and locals. The Show, held on the first Wednesday in August, offers a profusion of family entertainment packed into the picturesque parkland setting at Cartmel Racecourse. The show has its roots firmly within the agricultural and rural community. Come along, sample the delights of rural life, enjoy the entertainment, something for all the family.
 
26th August 2017, 28th August 2017
Cartmel Races is back this bank holiday in August with two days of spectacular horse racing. Saturday 26th august sees the Totepool Cup Day which is is the opening day of the August meeting - one of the most popular days. As always, the huge funfair will be in the Course Enclosure and there will be lots of fun for the whole family. Monday 28th August is the final day of the season, the Bank Holiday Celebration Hurdle is sponsored by Coral Bookmakers. The race is the highest class event staged at Cartmel and attracts the top jockeys and trainers as well as highly rated horses. However, for many, this traditional holiday meeting is all about the picnic, the fairground and the family fun. Come and join us for a Grand Finale!
 
8th September 2017 to 10th September 2017
The festival offers a weekend of spectacular happenings in and around Kendal and wider Lake District National Park. In 2016 Lake District National Park presented Lakes Alive which took you to public spaces and hidden places. Visitors experienced vibrant illuminations, digital delights, intimate performances, amazing installations and spectacular happenings.
 
15th September 2017 to 16th September 2017
The theme of Kendal Torchlight 2017 is ‘Fairy Tales’. The Torchlight Carnival takes place on Friday 15th September and Kendal Street Party on Saturday 16th September. ‘Fairy Tales’ will allow imaginations to run wild as both children and adults alike have favourite stories and films which they share together.
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