It will be another busy year here in Keswick with all the events that are taking place.

The 20th Keswick Film Festival - 28th Feb - 3rd March

Words by the Water Literary Festival - 8th-17th March

Keswick Half Marathon - 5th May

Keswick Jazz & Blues Festival - 9th-12th May

Keswick Mountain Festival - 17th-19th May

Keswick Beer Festival - 7th-8th June - a favourite of Steves!

The Lakesman Triathlon - 16th June

10in10 Walking Challenge - 22nd June

Keswick Mid-Summer Festival - 28th/29th/30th June (Rock Concert, Proms in the Park and Scruffs)

Derwentwater Regatta - 6th-7th July

Keswick Christian Convention - 13th July-2nd August

Keswick Agricultural Show - 26th August

Derwentwater Lakeland Trials - 7th September

Family 5in5 Walking Challenge - 28th September

Derwentwater 10 - 3rd November is for the energetic of you. A 10 mile run around Derwentwater on the roads, starting in Keswick.

Keswick Christmas Lights Switch On - 22nd November Market Square has all the action during the build up to the switch on. I don’t know who will be throwing the switch this year but when we find out we will let you know. The Christmas lights have been really good over the last 3 years and we will no doubt have a good display this year.

The Keswick Victorian Fayre - 1st December 10.30am - 4pm. Free live entertainment on stage in the Market Place and Packhorse Court, including bands, choirs, morris dancers and more. There will be charity stalls selling a selection of Christmas homemade crafts, produce, festive food and drink. The Fayre offers the opportunity for local charities and good causes to raise money and their profile.

Keswick Live Advent - 1st - 24th December. Keswick Tourism Association, supported by Allerdale Borough Council, bring you the Keswick live advent, now in its sixth year. A festive themed window is illuminated in a business each day around Keswick from the 1st to the 24th, accompanied by a programme featuring a combination of pop-up and annual favourite events. The illuminated windows stay lit until early January, forming a magical and festive window trail around town which visitors and residents can follow and enjoy.