News – 27/04/16
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On Monday 21st members of the Sedbergh Parish Council, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Sedbergh and District History Society and the Pepperpot Music Group were invited to Pepperpot to learn how the building can be used by the local community. The visit began in Sedbergh School archive where the group viewed the historical documents recording the history of Pepperpot and the Akay site. During the visit members of the Cumbria Wildlife Trust pointed out the snow drops along the path and identified elements of glacial scenery visible from the first floor of Pepperpot. Members of the Parish council expressed their pleasure in the attractive new community resource. Plans were made for bird watching and sketching events as well as discussion of future music and outdoor ‘play in the park’ style theatre.