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Location of Windermere: Lake District, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom.

Windermere Post Code: LA23

Dialling Code for Windermere: 015394

Population of Windermere: 8,245 (Census 2011)

Windermere Ordnance Survey Map Reference: SD4198

The Twin Town for Windermere is: Diessen am Ammersee (Southern Bavaria, Germany)

Standing in close proximity to and deriving its name from the greatest inland lake in England, the little town of Windermere does not literally touch the banks of the lake, being about a half a mile away, though its neighbour Bowness-on-Windermere certainly does.

Though not the name of the town itself during this period (simply the lake), the 1st documented mention of it had been as "Wynandermer" in the late fourteenth century, with one element of the name being thought to be from the Old Swedish (the personal name Vinandr), and the following component coming from the Old English for pool or lake ("mere").

Windermere - Main RoadSurprising as it seems, the Kendal and Windermere Railway Company were mainly responsible for affording the town its name, since it was beforehand a settlement named Birthwaite, after the train line arrived at the location in the eighteen forties, the railway company made a decision to name it after the celebrated lake rather than the village itself, and so it became "Windermere".

The town and parish these days has got a population of around 8,300 and is situated in the South Lakeland Area of Cumbria, the modern town has well-nigh merged with the nearby Bowness, even though they continue to be two defined towns having their own town centres. The location is huge for tourism with many different visitor attractions and museums, with Lake Windermere itself proving premier draw.

Lake Windermere: With a depth of up to 219 foot (sixty six metres), widths nearly one mile & a length of roughly eleven miles (18km), Lake Windermere is England's biggest natural lake. Since the 1847 arrival of the Kendal & Windermere Railway, it's been an enormous visitor draw, with more than 15 million people each year heading to the Lake District Park as a whole. It's widely used for yachting, course angling, birdwatching, water sports & camping. The lake is a ribbon lake that was shaped in the Ice Age, it boasts eighteen isles in total the largest sized being known as Belle Isle.

A selection of Windermere streets and roads: Queen's Drive, Droomer Lane, Spooner Vale, Robinson Place, Ellerthwaite Road, Moorhowe Road, Woodland Close, Keldwyth Drive, Middle Entrance Drive, Bowfell Crescent, Belle Isle View, Fern Bank, Longlands Road, Langrigge Drive, Fusethwaite Lane, Brook Street, Back Belsfield Road, High Street, School Knott Drive, The Hoo Lane, Birch Street, The Spinney, Bank Terrace, Brantfell Place, Broad Street, Green Lane, Elim Grove, Salisbury Place, Meadow Road, Borrans Lane, Prince's Road, Thornbarrow Road, Rayrigg Rise, Oakthwaite Road, Old College Lane, College Road, Hill Top, Lake Gardens, Oldfield Court, Brook Road, Oak Street, Annisgarth Park, Thornhill, Rectory Road, Applerigg, Greenstile Park, Park Close, Langrigge Howe, Broadfield Close, Promenade, Biskey Howe Park, Droomer Drive, Windermere Park, Fairfield, Nelson Road, Dodd's Lane.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Windermere: Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, Honister Slate Mine, Howe Ridding Wood, King Kong Climbing Centre, High Points, High Adventure Balloon Flights, Wordsworth Museum, Lakeland Motor Museum, The Fun Factory Bowness, Go Ape at Grizedale Forest, Furness Abbey, Treetop Trek Aerial Adventure, Docker Park Farm, Fitz Park BMX Track and Playground, Go Ape Tree Top Junior, Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum, Lakeland Miniature Village, Shap Swimming Pool, Dove Cottage and Wordsworth Museum, Townend - National Trust, Lakes Aquarium, Royalty Cinema, Greenlands Farm Village, Ford Park, Abbott Lodge, Haverthwaite Railway, Dalton Leisure Centre, Cumberland Pencil Museum, Climb 365 , Keswick Climbing Wall, Happy Mount Park, Brockhole Lake District Visitors Centre, Levens Hall, Blackwell, The Keswick Spy Mission Treasure Trail, Lakeland Maze and Farm Park, Sizergh Castle, Holker Hall Gardens, Lakeland Climbing Centre, Askham Outdoor Swimming Pools, The Predator Experience, Ruskin Museum, South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Zeffirellis Cinemas, Grubbins Wood, Brantwood, Windermere Quays Marina, Lake Windermere, Dorothy Farrers Spring Wood, Ambleside Roman Fort, Stagshaw Garden.

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The above factfile ought to be helpful for nearby towns and parishes ie: Ings, Tebay, Shap, Crook, Kentmere, Droomer, Glenridding, Staveley, Burneside, Bowness-on-Windermere, Troutbeck Bridge, Kendal, Far Sawrey, Grasmere, Graythwaite, Oxenholme, Grizedale, Coniston, Hawkshead, Satterthwaite, Borrowdale, Little Langdale, Ambleside, Waterhead, Newby Bridge, Lakeside. GOOGLE MAP - WEATHER

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