Three Shires Inn Blog

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Wedding Cars by Coppermines

Family Wedding - Saturday 24th September

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We are delighted to be celebrating the wedding of our daughter Jessica to Sam, on Saturday 24th September. Please read on for food and drink arrangement over the weekend of 23/24 September.

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Three Shires Fell Race Day

Autumn is on the way

Posted in fell race, running, lake district sports

We have had avery busy summer and it has been lovely to have had so many visitors in the Lake District.

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Three Shires Inn Little Langdale

Simple Pleasures at Little Langdale

Posted in Summer Holidays

Looking for some simple pleasures over the school summer holidays? Here at the Three Shires, we're surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery and a whole host of attractions....and free too!

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Slater Bridge in the foreground with the Greenburn Horseshoe behind.

The Other Greenburn Horseshoe Walk

Posted in Local Walks

The Greenburn Horseshoe walk is a ten mile hike that starts and finishes at the Three Shires. Get packed up and prepare for a ten mile hike with 3000 feet of ascent, with stunning views across Little Langdale.

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Locally brewed ales

Beer, Glorious Beer

Posted in Locally brewed ales

We're surrounded by a plethora of excellent independent breweries who supply an extraordinary range of superlative and award-winning beers. Here's what's hot...

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The crash site of the Halifax LL505, nicknamed 'S for Sugar'

S for Sugar

Posted in Little Langdale History

Read our story about how eight young men, on a navigation training flight in 1944, met their fate above Little Langdale and where parts of the plane still lie today.

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Josephina Alys Hermes de Vasconcellos Reconciliation

Josephina Who?

Posted in Local History

Judging by her name, you'd be quite right to suspect that Josephina Alys Hermes de Vasconcellos was not a native of Little Langdale; and in all likelihood your initial response this Spanish tongue-twister will be 'who?'

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Greenburn Copper Mines

Greenburn Copper Mines

Posted in Greenburn Copper Mines, Local History

If you ever fancy a leisurely and fascinating snoop around a remarkable piece of Britain's industrial heritage without being plagued by guidebooks, interpretive audio tours, 'keep of the grass' signs and the ubiquitous gift shop, all combined with a gentle walk surrounded by the breath taking Little Langdale scenery, then we've got a great recommendation for you.


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Ting Mound Little Langdale

Is it Thing Mound, Thing Mount, Ting Mound or Ting Moot?

Posted in Local History

So what is this strange mound in a field nearby to the Three Shires? It's actually more of an interesting story than you think!

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Fred Whitton Challenge

The Fred Whitton Challenge

Posted in fred whitton challenge, cycling

If you're at all interested in cycling, or you'd just like to witness one of the most extraordinary feats of fitness and endurance, then come along to the Three Shires Inn on Sunday 8th May.

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