A SPECIAL event takes place in Kirkby Lonsdale later this month to raise funds for Cumbria’s Military Museum.
The Friends of Cumbria’s Military Museum are presenting a Food and History Evening.
The topic is China and the Border Regiment’s connection to Westmorland.
It features Cumbrian Chef John Crouch and Stuart Eastwood, Curator of Cumbria’s Military Museum in Carlisle.
It takes place at the Kirkby Lonsdale Institute, New Road, on Saturday September 21 from 6.30pm.
Mr Eastwood will speak about The Border Regiment’s long connection with Westmorland and its service in China 1841-42.
It was involved in the capture of the famous Imperial Dragon Standard which is displayed in Kendal Parish Church.
Mr Crouch, a local chef, will demonstrate a variety of Chinese dishes and the talks will be followed by a three course buffet.
Tickets must be booked in advance and are £12 per person with all welcome.
For tickets, call Peter Yorke on 015242 76420, or the Museum on 01228 532774.
Cheques can be made payable to Friends of The KORBR Museum and sent to Peter Yorke, Ellers, Middleton, Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria LA6 2LZ, or emai firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, they can go to Cumbria’s Military Museum, The Castle, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8UR.
Tickets may also be collected from Love the Lune, Main Street, Kirkby Lonsdale.
All proceeds will go to help support the work of the Museum and its collections in Carlisle Castle.