The Rohan Originals collection in Rohan Keswick has developed over the last few years and is now the most comprehensive Rohan Heritage collection in the country. Each new addition to the collection tells the story…Read More
A lot of you may know that here at Rohan Keswick we have a particular fondness for old Rohan kit. We have many Rohan originals on display in the shop dating back to the early days of Rohan.Read More
Keswick Mountain Festival
7th – 10th June 2018
The Festival works with volunteers who are kind enough to give up their time to help with the running of the event.
Volunteering can be a great way to get involved in big events and in previous years our voluntary team have played a huge part in ensuring the Keswick Mountain Festival is a huge success. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy the great festival buzz for the whole weekend!
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TGO Magazine – The Lakeland Festival of Light returns for the third year running.
Raising Money for the Nepal Earthquake Victims
6pm, Saturday 5 May, Keswick (Rawnsley Centre)
The Lakeland Festival of Light is a charity evening to raise vital funds for the people of Nepal who were affected by the massive earthquake that rocked the country in 2015, killing over 9,000 people.
In previous years, the event has seen 150 people scale Blencathra under moonlight, 500 people line the spine of Catbells, and 650 people climb three of the Coledale fells above Braithwaite – and in the process they have raised over £30,000 for various charities that provide aid for the people of Nepal. The chosen charity this year will be Bristol-based Phase Worldwide, who run multiple projects all across Nepal. The overall event is again being sponsored by Little Chamonix Café.
From the blogs – Outdoors fans urged to take 5km challenge to help reinstate flood-hit Lakeland path
For our latest post in our from the blogs series on Rohantime we have highlighted post from Grough – the insider view of outdoor world
Outdoors fans urged to take 5km challenge to help reinstate flood-hit Lakeland path
A charity is asking outdoor enthusiasts to get active to help it raise funds to reinstate a Lake District route that was severely damaged by floods.
The Lake District Foundation wants members of the public to complete a 5km trip and donate £5 to the appeal to reconnect the Keswick to Threlkeld