Pete Hartley discovered he was ‘quite good’ at fell running in the 1970’s. Often running with his camera, he was always ready to capture the unusual shot. Unfortunately, a car accident put an end to his running career in the early 90’s, but his passion for both photography and fell running allowed him to continue to remain involved with the sport.
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.