The Lake District

Lake Windermere

 

Promotional writing (sales speak)

The Lake District is filled with internationally recognised attractions that every year draw large crowds of people from all over the world without fail. In 2007, some of the most popular places were Coniston Water (95,000 visitors), Lake Windermere steam boat project (28,765), Dalemain house and gardens (23,754), Honister slate mine (16,553), Ruskin Museum - Coniston (7,893), Sizergh Castle and Gardens (15,876), and the Wordsworth museum (56,293).

Concise Text

In 2007, seven of the best attended attractions in the Lake District were Coniston Water, Lake Windermere – steam boat project,  Dalemain house and gardens,  Honister slate mine, Ruskin Museum - Coniston, Sizergh Castle and Gardens, and the Wordsworth museum

Scannable layout

The Lake District is filled with internationally recognised attractions that draw large crowds every year.  In 2007 some of the most popular places were:

Objective Language

The Lake District has many attractions. In 2007 some of the most visited places were Coniston Water  (95,000 visitors), Lake Windermere – steam boat project (28,765),  Dalemain house and gardens (23,754),  Honister slate mine (16,553), Ruskin Museum - Coniston (7,893), Sizergh Castle and Gardens (15,876), and the Wordsworth museum (56,293).

Combined Version

In 2007, seven of the most visited places in the Lake District were: