It's also everyone's story - treats with your nan. It's the high point of chips and gravy in the school canteen on an otherwise grey day. It's the real story of how the British working classes have really lived, loved, eaten, and had fun over the past 40 years.
From wild nights on Harter Fell to meeting Cumbrian legends; from stalking deer in Martindale to documenting Storm Desmond’s fallout; from dawn shoots of golden-hour panoramas to becoming a campaigning voice for Lakeland,
He established the Keswick School of Industrial Arts. He was one of the founders of the National Trsut and was directly responsible for the Trust owning vast tracts of land in the area.
Canon Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley (1851-1920) left his mark on the Lake District. He founded the National Trust and he fought for the conservation of the landscape. He erected monuments and resurrected festivals and established the Keswick School of Industrial Arts. And he was a very energetic, opinionated and influential clergyman and parish priest.