Wednesday, 07 October 2015

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Matt visits hospice

Collabro star Matthew Pagan raised spirits when he popped into one of Cumbria’s best-loved charities, the Eden Valley Hospice in Carlisle

Romesh dates

Romesh Ranganathan Comedy star Romesh Ranganathan is set to storm Cumbria when he performs three stand-up shows in the region

Charmed prince

ptnelliemaimain1 An inspirational young Cumbrian girl charmed Prince Harry as he rewarded her bravery

Tickets touted

Rod Stewart photo Tickets for Rod Stewart's Carlisle gig are being touted for more than £2,000 a pair (1 comment)

Charity gig

Robert Plant Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant has agreed to play a one-off charity gig in west Cumbria as a favour for a friend

Golden Apples

CN Group awards photo Excellence in education and peoples' determination to succeed were celebrated at the Golden Apples Awards

Run heroes

cumbrianrun5 Thousands of people took part in the Great Cumbrian Run, raising tens of thousands of pounds for charities

Abandoned dogs

ptstraydogsssss Shock figures have revealed the numbers of dogs abandoned in Cumbria – and the tens of thousands they cost councils (2 comments)

Dare devil rides out

ptguymartinnnnnnn Celebrity speed king Guy Martin got on his bike and joined a race held in honour of a cyclist left paralysed after an accident (1 comment)

Carlisle United latest

Loan ace Alex wants to stay at Carlisle United

af Alex Gilliead 710 1 Loan ace Alex Gilliead is ready for international action tonight having indicated he wants to stay at Carlisle United for longer.

Sport latest

Victory puts Workington Reds back on track

ptredsceleb1 Workington Reds boss Derek Townsley praised his side for their second-half performance which clinched a 3-1 win over Whitby Town.

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