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Love letter to Cumbria's lost language

Sun-scald, which means ‘a patch of bright sunlight on the surface of water’. Credit: R&J Macfarlane

An exhibition celebrating the relationship between the language used by Cumbrians, and the landscapes in which they live, has opened at Wordsworth House.

The Word-Hoard: Love letters to our land has beenguest-curated by award-winning author Robert Macfarlane, and features images by his parents, Cumbrian-based photographers Rosamund and John.

The photos appear alongside endangered local words, and our reporter Katie Hunter went to see if people in Carlisle had any idea what they meant:

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