Evening walk up Helvellyn

After our trip to London last week, we thought to counter balance this with a nice gentle walk in the Lake District. Yesterday, we were seeing Sarah and Graham Chaplin-Brice, at Low Bridge End Farm in St. John’s in the Vale to discuss the new website we’re building them (incidentally they were unfortunately affected in the December floods, with the bridge that gives access to their house and farm damaged beyond repair by the flood). On the way up the recently opened A591 (hurrah!!!) at Dunmail Raise we started chatting about Helvellyn, mainly around walking it one evening whilst the nights are still so light.


Friday Photo – A selection of Autumn Leaves

Given that it’s a been a good few weeks since my last post (that old chestnut of work getting in the way…) I thought I’d share a selection of photos I’ve been taking of the Autumn leaves that have blown in around the steps by St George’s Church in Kendal.

It’s interesting to see in the space of 2 weeks the changes in colour, plus the odd bit of rubbish that’s blown through. Much like the seasons we’ve seen our business change rapidly since we first started out since what seems like only last week.