ink recyle for great north air ambulance

Ink Recycle for Charity

By Recycling your used ink cartridges here at KCS you will be supporting the Great North Air Ambulance. 100 per cent of profits generated from this recycling activity goes straight back to the charity, meaning you can make a difference and support our local air ambulance in a convenient and environmentally friendly way. None of the items end up in landfill, instead they are given a new lease of life in more than two ways.

New website for Blencathra Artist

Yesterday our KCS Webs Team published a new website they had designed for local Blencathra artist Sue Foster, just in time for her media coverage tonight at 9pm on BBC4 “Life of a Mountain: Blencathra” We are very much looking forward to watching it tonight and seeing the artist in action – and of course the
Merry Christmas from KCS

Seasons Greetings!

Thankfully this December, Keswick is in a much happier (and drier) place than it was 12 months ago when the floods hit. The resilience and strength shown by the locals in such testing times is nothing short of awe-inspiring. We are very proud to be part of the Keswick community and to have been serving
Web and IT Apprentice Keswick Cumbria

Web & IT Apprentice in Keswick, Cumbria

We are searching for an apprentice with passion and enthusiasm to work within our existing IT and Web teams based in our Keswick office. Working with and learning from both the Webs Team and the IT Engineers, the apprentice will obtain a broad understanding of working life in a successful IT company. You will be
Snow overlooking Keswick

Lake District Ski for 64p!

Fancy a set of skis for less than a quid? Peter (our KCS boss-man) met this guy while sledging up on Latrigg in the weekend. Originally from the Himalayas, as a kid he had to walk to school daily up a hill the height of Skiddaw and then ski back home on homemade skis like
Whinlatter Snow

Cumbria in Autumn 2016

This post has nothing to do with IT Solutions, or web design, but everything to do with the stunning scenery that we are lucky enough to be surrounded by here in Keswick. These photos were taken on the 8th and 9th November. We love Cumbria – such a wonderful place to live and work. If