The existence of a production site was originally suggested by chance discoveries in the s, which were followed by more systematic searching in the s and s by Clare Fell and others. The finds were mainly reject axes, rough-outs and blades created by knapping large lumps of the rock found in the scree or perhaps by simple quarrying or opencast mining. Hammerstones have also been found in the scree and other lithic debitage from the industry such as blades and flakes. The area has outcrops of fine-grained greenstone or hornstone suitable for making polished stone axes. Such axes have been found distributed across Great Britain.
The stunning 'hidden' Lake District Buddhist temple dating back to the 12th Century
Lake District Singles Social Group
Players to watch during the high school boys tennis season: Ethan Hoglund, sr. David Hyun, sr. He made it to the 4A district doubles tournament quarterfinals last season. Joshua Lee, jr.
UK Lake District Tours for Solo / Single Travellers
The Lake District is home to some impressive castles, ruins, abbeys, churches, and priories. Scattered across a stunning Cumbrian landscape, you and your family can travel back as early as the 11th century to learn what it was like to live in the Middle Ages. Whilst a few castles are now ruins, there are many still completely in tact and well maintained.
Ulverston is home to the UK's only temple for world peace. There's no doubt that the Lake District is a destination for those who wish to seek peace and tranquillity. Its breath-taking landscapes are some of the best the country has to offer, with millions visiting every year. The market town of Ulverston boasts some spectacular scenery that offers a peaceful escape to visitors as well as having a history of being the centre of religious activity. This group carried out their worship absent of leaders and simply settled in silence with those who felt moved by the Holy Spirit.