Cartmel is an exciting community in many different ways, the people living in it being an important one. We thought it appropriate to interview some of these people either because their presence and activity has a direct impact on village life, or because of their knowledge, memories and experiences.
The interviews range in length but once you click on the video link you can see the length in minutes and seconds on the bottom left hand corner.
We hope you enjoy these interviews and invite you to suggest interviews (on film or audio) with people that you believe the archive should include.
Cartmel Art Society (exhibition August 2015) Joan Payne, Organiser
Joan talks about the Cartmel Art Society's annual event at the Cartmel Village Hall
Cartmel Art Society (exhibition August 2015) Margaret Auger, Artist
Margaret talks as an artist about her work shown at this exhibition
Cartmel Art Society (exhibition August 2015) Margaret Auger, Chair
Margaret, Chairperson of the Cartmel Art Society talks about the society's history, evolution and this year's exhibition
Cartmel In Bloom (Cumbria In Bloom judging 11 July 2015) Andrew
Andrew who helps run the Royal Oak and Kings Arms pubs talks about the mutual benefits between Cartmel In Bloom and their business
Cartmel In Bloom (Cumbria In Bloom judging 11 July 2015) David Unsworth
David talks about Unsworths Yard (winners of Cumbria In Bloom) why it is important for the space to look good and the impact of Cartmel In Bloom
Cartmel In Bloom (Cumbria In Bloom judging 11 July 2015) Gill Bates
CiB Group member and allotment holder Gill Bates talks to the judges about the allotments (history, activities, ethos)