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Reflections on Windermere
A programme to improve the landscape and water quality is under way at Windermere Reflections.
Projects involving conservation, training, and increasing public awareness are part of the scheme which is backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Key partners are the Lake District National Park Authority, the National Trust, the University of Cumbria and the Environment Agency.
And Windermere Reflections - along with Head to the Hills Open Water Swimming Club - are the latest sponsors of the 2013 Lakeland Cake of the Year contest.
Spirit of Wordsworth in Ambleside restaurant
William Wordsworth's great great great grand-daughter presented the prizes to local young poets in a contest in Ambleside. William Crisp, 15, was named Young Lakes Poet in the competition organised by Stampers restaurant where Wordsworth once worked, and sponsored by the poet's home at Rydal Mount.
From Ambleside to Kenya
A fishing boat has been launched on Lake Turkana in northern Kenya named after the Ambleside church, Mater Amabilis, which raised funds for the Missionary community to become more self sufficient.
Lakes and cakes
Maggie Pearce, pictured below, from Ulverston was the winner of the Lakeland Cake of the Year contest at the Briery Wood Hotel and will help judge this year's contest on June 1. Here's how Lancashire Life reported the event. Entry forms for this year's contest can be found here.