AquAid Cumbria, situated in Carlisle, services 24 locales in and around Cumbria and is a region full of fascinating facts.
If you want to be knighted, without having to give money to a political party, then Piel Island, located just off Barrow-in-Furness, is the place to go. If you’re in Carlisle, in just under two hours you can make the drive to Piel Island where the landlord of the Ship Inn is known as the King of Piel Island and he will make you a knight if you buy a round of drinks for everyone present. Plus, if you are ever shipwrecked on the Island, you will be watered and fed for free!
Beatrix Potter, creator of Peter Rabbit, was an award-winning Cumbrian sheep farmer. She was also widely accredited of saving the local Herdwick breed of sheep, and she bequeathed over 4,000 acres of Lake District land to the National Trust following her death.
Enjoy driving? According to quantum physicist Dr Mark Hadley from Warwick University, the A591 between Keswick and Kendal has the right amount of corners and straight sections for the perfect drive.
Owned and managed by the very accomplished Dale Heslop, our AquAid Cumbria & Newcastle branch has been in operation for over 15 years. With depots in Carlisle and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Dale and his team supply an extensive range of innovative and high quality water coolers and dispensers to thousands of customers in offices, medical centres, colleges and schools in and around the areas of Cumbria (& Newcastle).
Areas Covered AquAid Cumbria: Alston, Annan, Appleby in Westmorland, Barrow- in- Furness, Carlisle, Cumbria, Dalbeattie, Dumfries, Egremont, Gretna, Kendal, Kirby Lonsdale, Kirby, Lockerbie, Millom, Moffat, Penrith, Seascale, South West Scotland, Stephen, Stranraer, Whitehaven, Wigton, Workington.
AquAid Cumbria is located at Unit 8, South Mill, Warwick Mill, Warwick Bridge, Carlisle, CA4 8RR.
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