The Artists’ Ensemble Gallery brings together six Cumbrian artists – Alex Jakob-Whitworth, Juliet Whitworth, Carole Clay, Mandy Allan, Polly Marix Evans and Ray Ogden – in one historically interesting C-Art venue. The gallery is on the upper floor of the old butter factory – now Mrs. Miller’s award winning café and tea room – alongside the Settle to Carlisle Railway.

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Drawing,Mixed Media,Painting,Printmaking,Sculpture

From the A66 east of Penrith, take the Temple Sowerby slip road and follow signs for one mile to Culgaith. From Langwathby, take the B6412 Culgaith Road. The garden centre & café are on the outskirts of the village, by the level crossing.


About your venue - Accessibility

On a hill but with disabled access directly outside the side entrance

Slight slope: Firm gravel hard-standing: Gently sloping concrete ramp

Level access from the gallery side entrance: Two short flights with handrail from the café.

Side entrance doors will be open



Wheelchair clearance

Short corridor wide enough for wheelchairs


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