wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday 18th July
at the Unitarian Chapel in the Market Place, Kendal.
courtesy of Matthew Emmot
the history and photos of this lovely old chapel see
There is more information at Unitarian Chapel
Unitarian Chapel has no parking facilities and the Market
Place is pedestrianised on Saturdays. There is
limited free parking on New Road but the most convenient
parking will be at the bus station car park (pay on
exit) on Blackhall
Road. See South Lakeland District Council's Kendal
Town Map or,
if you prefer, that by Kendal
can walk undercover from the bus station car park through
the Westmorland Shopping Centre to the Market Place.
Leave by the street exit on the upper shopping
level, into the market place and turn left. You
will find the entrance to the chapel yard at the top
of Branthwaite Brow- immediately after Edwards clothes
shop and before the George and Dragon public house.
reception will be at Emma’s family home, in the garden
at Cracalt House, Natland, Kendal LA9 7QS.
for location. For a printer friendly version of
how to drive from the bus station car park to Cracalt
House, see Directions.
there will be drinks and canapés on the lawn
followed by the formal reception in a marquee, after
which there will be a ceilidh.
you have any special dietary requirements, please let
us know well in advance.
in particular should note that this is a country style
reception and be prepared for inclement weather, slippery
band leader points out that high-heeled stiletto type
shoes can be dangerous for Ceilidh dancing as an ankle
can easily be twisted. He recommends these be
removed before dancing!
and Scott hope to compile a playlist to be used when
the band is not playing. If you have a favourite
track that you would like included, please let them
is very limited at Cracalt House but we hope to have
access to the farm field on the left 50 yards before
our gateway. If you are coming by car, it would
be appreciated if you could use that field for parking.
is a wide range of accommodation locally but, being
in the school holidays, early booking is recommended.The
Cumbria Tourism website has details of all types of
accommodation in the Kendal area. See Accommodation.
do not feel under any obligation to provide a wedding
present. Emma and Scott have not compiled a conventional Wedding
they are saving to buy a Camper Van so if you would
like to contribute to their Camper Van Fund, they would
The official photographer is
if you bring your camera, we would welcome
copies of your favourite digital photos. We plan
to put a medley of photos
from the event on-line on this website. Please send them by .
can see the results of Caroline's pre-wedding shoot
you are planning on making a holiday of it, then please
let us know and perhaps some joint activites could be
If enough people are interested in
a group walk on Sunday 19th July, suitable routes will
be suggested according to fitness levels and weather
Please advise if you are interested and,
if so, in which category you would put yourself:
Up to 5 miles and 1,000 feet of climbing
- Moderate: Up
to 8 miles and 2,000 feet of climbing
- Strenuous: Up to
12 miles and 3,000 feet of climbing
Walkers will require
suitable boots and (hopefully not needed) bad weather
Kendal and Natland
is an old market town in South Lakeland. It lies
just outside the Lake District National Park and as
such has easy access to some of England's finest countryside.
can discover more at the official Kendal,
Gateway to the Lakes
website, or at the excellent, privately maintained Visit
is a village two miles south of Kendal. There
is a lot of information about the village on the Natland
Map of Cracalt House, Natland and the World
View Larger Map
is dedicated to
Scott Anthony Massara
18th July 2009
& Margaret Shore
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& Jenny Massara
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& Scott Massara::
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+49 17 36 95 93 54
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