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.
Cavendish, Hugh (Lord)
Baron of Furness
Lord Cavendish talks candidly about some of the influences on his life, Holker Estate, Cartmel Racecourse, how his family and…
Devenish, Nick (Rev.)
Vicar of Cartmel
Rev. Nick Devenish talks to Anna Maria about the Priory, the role that it plays in community life in Cartmel…
Garratt, Jonathan (Cartmel Racecourse Manager)
Jonathan speaks passionately about Cartmel Racecourse, the events hosted on it and its importance for Cartmel
Jonathan Garratt, Manager of Cartmel Race Course is speaking to Anna Maria Ashe about the role and impact of the…
Gasgarth, Barrow (mobile fishmonger customer)
Barrow who lives from Allithwaite comes to Cartmel every Thursday as his mother did before him to buy fish from Fleetwood delivered by Chris Lark
Godwin, Charles (M.B.E)
Charles Godwin talks about Cartmel, the Priory, Green Croft and shares memories of Cartmel and past residents, including Anne Rowbotham….
Lark, Chris (mobile fishmonger)
Chris talks about why he enjoys what he does and its importance to the residents of Cartmel, his route and his merchandise