I met Emma and Dave for their pre wedding shoot at Cockshot Point Bowness, on a rather windy cool June day. I am looking forward to sharing their wedding day at The Low Wood Bay Resort and Spa in February 2020. Pre Wedding Shoots are a good thing to have if you are camera shy, and can help your wedding day will be less stressful.
Cockshot Point is a small parkland on the Glebe at Bowness which The National Trust own and look after .
Park at the side of Glebe Road, or in one of the car parks next to the road. To begin with follow the road left. When Glebe Road bears to the left, carry straight on through a gate and into fields.
Cockshott Point is a short distance to the right. However because it crosses a grassy field is not easily reached by wheelchair users . Wheelchair users should stay on the surfaced path which emerges from the trees and leads into an open meadow, with lovely lake views. There are benches here, where you can look across to Belle Isle and watch the boats and car ferry.
Carry on to a wide, wheelchair accessible, kissing gate. Continuing south brings you out to Ferry Nab and a hive of boat activity. Head back north to the kissing gate and continue along the smooth path to Glebe Road. Cross this and head into Rectory Road. However this is closed to through traffic and will bring you back past the churchyard to the Information Centre in Bowness.
All photographs from Emma & Dave’s Pre Wedding Shoot Bowness taken by Janet Ridley Photography