Carlisle Castle is situated in Carlisle, in the English county of Cumbria, near the ruins of Hadrian's Wall. The castle is over 900 years old and has been the scene of many historical episodes in British history. Given the proximity of Carlisle to the border between England and Scotland, it has been the centre of many wars and invasions.
The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, otherwise called Carlisle Cathedral, is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Carlisle. It is in Carlisle, in Cumbria, North West England. It was founded as an Augustinian priory and became a cathedral in 1133.
Historic Carlisle - Dixon's Chimney (GC6D78F) was created by kiya1994 on 3/13/2016. It's a Micro size geocache, with difficulty of 1, terrain of 1. It's located in North West England, United Kingdom.A local landmark and visble reminder of Carlisle's textile history Dixon’s chimney is one of Carlisle’s famous landmarks; a reminder of its textile history.
An ancient Proclamation dating back to 1352 will mark the end of a restoration project on the Market Cross in the centre of Carlisle. Carlisle Cross The Proclamation is a declaration of the City Council’s rights to hold an annual Fair in August, originally granted to the citizens of Carlisle in 1352 by Edward III.
Its junction with the River Caldew in north Carlisle marks the point where Hadrian's Wall crosses the Eden, only five miles before both reach their end at the tidal flats. It enters the Solway Firth near the mouth of the River Esk after a total distance of approximately 81 miles (130 km).
The Solway Aviation Museum, based at Carlisle Airport, is home to a collection of aircraft, aviation artefacts and displays reflecting Britain’s position as a world leader in aircraft design and innovation at the dawn of the jet age. The museums’ primary objective is the preservation of our Aviation heritage, it’s display and interpretation.
The Church stands not east-west but square to the Roman Road north through Carlisle (the A6, in town Blackfriars St). It is therefore of early foundation, perhaps before St Cuthbert's visit to Carlisle in 685. The present Church, probably the fourth on the site, dates from 1778.
From our website you can find useful information on St Mary’s Church including its original patron Sarah Losh, historical details on The Church itself, a brief guide to the Symbolism and language around the church, details of The Sarah Losh Heritage Centre, the Village Trail and Wreay Woods Walk, information for School Visits, including a Teacher Information Pack, details of The Friends of St Mary’s Church, plus Visiting and Contact Information.
English St, Carlisle, CA3 8NA. The immense and impressive oval towers that dominate the southern entrance to the City of Carlisle, have a complex history. The two bastions known as The Citadel housed, until recently, the civil courts in the East Tower, and the criminal courts in the West Tower.
Visit Museum Inn on Facebook; Opening Times. 12-11 Mon-Fri; 11-Midnight Sat; 11-10.30 Sun. Meal Times. 12-8. Owner. Greene King. About the Pub . Large pub close to Carlisle bypass on western edge of town. One large room has feel of three separate rooms. Popular quiz every Tuesday at 9pm. Serves usual bar food.
Despite our very sad occasion the Gatehouse Cafe team made our small family gathering feel very welcome with copious amounts of delicious pastries, sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee. They were sympat... hetic, friendly, helpful and chatty and have left us with fond memories.
The Sands Centre, Cumbria and South West Scotland's premier venue for sport and entertainment. The centre caters to over 735,000 customers per year and plays host to international orchestras, theatre companies, opera and ballet groups, international recording artists and comedians, past and present.
Tullie House Garden is a pleasant courtyard style garden set within the historic heart of Carlisle City, close to the central shopping area. The garden is situated within the grounds of the historic Jacobean House, and is laid out in a style to reflect the era.
Wetheral is a village, civil parish and electoral ward in Cumbria, England. The village serves mostly as a dormitory town for nearby Carlisle. At the 2001 census, the population of the Wetheral Ward was 4,039, The civil parish of Wetheral is slightly larger, with a population of 5,203.