Roadworks on Warwick Road, Carlisle with the corner of Greystone Road causing tailbacks for drivers.
A member of staff holds a first issue of The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter which has been sold for £43,400. Featuring 41 full-page line drawings, it was printed privately by Potter in 1901 after several children's book publishers turned her down. Photo credit: Lauren Hurley/PA
Barras House in Dalston
The Magistrates' Court in Carlisle.
A piper leads the funeral procession
Terry Parry and Stuart Milne
Team at the White Mare at Beckermet. The venue has been named as a national finalist in the prestigious Great British Pub Awards 2016.
David Morton with his guide dog Volley
Graham Jardine has left the business.
The lynx effect won't be felt here
Carlisle United's Andy Hall
Luke Joyce: Putting in the pre-season effort that he hopes will earn him a start against Portsmouth in the opening League Two fixture
CUOSC chairman Norman Steel
Sally Reed, 24, and Hannah Beard, 22, of Plumbland at Aspatria Music Festival
Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme
Haven's Craig Calvert on the attack
Cumbria County Council Leader Stewart Young is shown around Newman Catholic School's temporay site in Harraby
World of Beatrix Potter Attraction
Andy Brown from the Environment Agency at Holmehead Bay, Denton Holme where work to remove gravel will take place this summer
Tullie House museum gallery assistant Max Loth-Hill
The historic Magpie Inn in Botcherby, Carlisle