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Cumbrian beach could be struck off list of approved bathing waters
A beach at one of Cumbria's most popular seaside destinations could be struck off the list of designated bathing waters.

The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged

 The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
Places to go and things to do in Cumbria this summer - for £25 or less
A guide to the best days out and activities that you and your family can enjoy in Cumbria for £25 or less this summer

The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged

 The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
Places to go and things to do in Cumbria this summer - for £25 or less
OUR Free Family Fun columnist CAT PARK has been busy preparing for the school holidays, and has discovered dozens of money-saving ideas for the summer. This handy guide pulls together the best days out and activities that you and your family can enjoy in Cumbria for £25 or less.
Boy rescued by lifeboat crew after drifting out to sea on dinghy
Lifeboat crews saved the life of a child who drifted out to sea on a dinghy.
Second building site burglary in West Cumbrian village
A West Cumbrian village has been hit by its second building site burglary in just over a week.
Equipment taken in west Cumbrian village burglary
Building and electrical equipment were stolen in a burglary in a west Cumbrian village.

Proposed England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby

Natural England

 Proposed England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby
Natural England
Proposed England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby
Objections against plans for section of England Coast Path in Cumbria
Protestors are objecting to plans for a footpath through Cumbria which could be come part of the longest coastal path in the world.

Maryport Bellcare support worker Aileen McKnight makes service user Stephen Whitehead a cup of coffee at his Maryport home.

 Maryport Bellcare support worker Aileen McKnight makes service user Stephen Whitehead a cup of coffee at his Maryport home.
Maryport Bellcare support worker Aileen McKnight makes service user Stephen Whitehead a cup of coffee at his Maryport home.
Vacancies with Bellcare
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Barrow Lifeboat

 Barrow Lifeboat
Barrow Lifeboat
Men die following rescue mission off Solway coast
Emergency services involved in an attempted sea rescue last weekend have confirmed that two men have died.

Shelagh and Bob Barron outside Beech House in Langrigg

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK. MARKET PLACE. Beech House in Langrigg near Aspatria owned by Shelagh and Bob Barron. Bedroom/spare room/office TUESDAY 2nd MAY 2017. DAVID HOLLINS

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK. MARKET PLACE. Beech House in Langrigg near Aspatria owned by Shelagh and Bob Barron. Bathroom TUESDAY 2nd MAY 2017. DAVID HOLLINS

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK. MARKET PLACE. Beech House in Langrigg near Aspatria owned by Shelagh and Bob Barron. TUESDAY 2nd MAY 2017. DAVID HOLLINS

Feel at home in Langrigg longhouse
House felt right from the very first look, says owner who has added modern extension to former village shop.

Katie Farley

 Katie Farley
Katie Farley
Rising canoe polo star helps team win Helmond tournament in Holland
For any 16 year old, juggling a social life and revising for exams can prove to be a difficult challenge.

Kirsty Rudd

 Kirsty Rudd
Kirsty Rudd
Cumbrian nursing student in line for national award
A Moorclose student nurse has been shortlisted for a national award.

Kieron Graham at The Filling Station, Keswick.

 Kieron Graham at The Filling Station, Keswick.
Kieron Graham at The Filling Station, Keswick.
Popular Cumbrian café to be sold
A POPULAR Cumbrian cafe in is being put up for sale.

Tony Markley

 Tony Markley
Tony Markley
Cumbrian coastal bus route facing the axe saved at 11th hour
A bus route along the Solway Coast which was due to be axed later this month has been saved at the 11th hour.
Thief disturbed during West Cumbria burglary
A thief was disturbed during a burglary in a West Cumbrian village in the early hours of yesterday.

Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017

 Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017
Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017
Warning for overnight snow and ice across Cumbria and SW Scotland
CUMBRIA'S road gritting teams are heading out to treat priority routes in the county following a fresh warning of overnight ice and snow.
Drunken west Cumbrian thug jailed for race attack on Romanian neighbour
A drunken thug who racially abused his Romanian neighbour after smashing through his front door has been jailed.

Living nativity at the Lake District Wildlife Park, with children from Allonby School SUB PIC: 29/11/2016

Lake District Wildlife Park staff in a stable waiting for the manger.

 Living nativity at the Lake District Wildlife Park, with children from Allonby School SUB PIC: 29/11/2016
Living nativity at the Lake District Wildlife Park, with children from Allonby School SUB PIC: 29/11/2016
Cumbrian youngsters take on the nativity – complete with donkeys
The donkey proved to be the star of the show as Cumbrian primary school children stepped into a real life nativity.
Missing pensioner found in west Cumbria
A pensioner who had been missing for almost 48 hours has been found.

Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School

 Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School
Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School
Primary school league tables: Cumbrian schools below national average
The latest primary school league tables published today show that Cumbrian schools are performing below the national average.

Floods West Cumbria 2015 - Jeremy Corbyn visits Cockermouth. Jeremy Corbyn leads a chorus of Happy Birthday to Liz Fitton pic Tom Kay Thursday 10th December 2015 50082041T041.JPG

Jo Kirk from Workington whose mum, Liz Fitton, died on November 8 of pancreatic cancer is raising money for Eden Valley Hospice who cared for her mum in her final days. Pic Tom Kay Tuesday 6th December 2016 50086450T028.JPG

Jo Kirk from Workington whose mum, Liz Fitton, died on November 8 of pancreatic cancer is raising money for Eden Valley Hospice who cared for her mum in her final days. Pic Tom Kay Tuesday 6th December 2016 50086450T026.JPG

From left: Anya Fitton-Marshall, Sammy Fitton-Marshall, Liz Fitton, Jo Kirk and Jem Harris.

 Floods West Cumbria 2015 - Jeremy Corbyn visits Cockermouth. Jeremy Corbyn leads a chorus of Happy Birthday to Liz Fitton pic Tom Kay Thursday 10th December 2015 50082041T041.JPG
Floods West Cumbria 2015 - Jeremy Corbyn visits Cockermouth. Jeremy Corbyn leads a chorus of Happy Birthday to Liz Fitton pic Tom Kay Thursday 10th December 2015 50082041T041.JPG
Daughter starts fundraiser for Carlisle hospice
The daughter of a local actress is raising money for the Eden Valley Hospice where her mum was cared for so well in her last days.

Allonby

 Allonby
Allonby
£4.5m scheme improves quality of Allonby bathing waters
A £4.5 million wastewater improvement scheme helped Allonby's bathing waters make the grade.

Dr Brian Irving

Cycle track between Allonby and Maryport

 Dr Brian Irving
Dr Brian Irving
Tourism along Solway coast in line for major boost
Tourism along the Solway coast could be in for a major boost, with Silloth clearing the first hurdle in its bid to land £1.8m of funding.

The Boy With No Brain: Extraordinary People Noah Wall

Noah Wall's brain scan

 The Boy With No Brain: Extraordinary People Noah Wall
The Boy With No Brain: Extraordinary People Noah Wall
Support floods in after inspirational Cumbrian boy's TV documentary
A disabled Cumbrian boy has inspired people around the world, as his remarkable tale of resilience featured in an hour-long documentary.

Shaun Monaghan, chairman of Cumbria Primary Headteachers Association

Alan Rutter, chairman of Cumbria's schools forum

Petition launched to fight proposed £8.3m clawback of schools cash
Action has been stepped up to fight controversial proposals to clawback more than £8.3m from Cumbria's schools.

Wheelchair racing athlete Simon Lawson from Maryport flying the flag for Paralympics GB on today's final day of competition in Rio as he goes in the men's T54 marathon

Leader of Allerdale Council Alan Smith inside Workington's new £11.3m leisure centre and swimming pool complex

 Wheelchair racing athlete Simon Lawson from Maryport flying the flag for Paralympics GB on today's final day of competition in Rio as he goes in the men's T54 marathon
Wheelchair racing athlete Simon Lawson from Maryport flying the flag for Paralympics GB on today's final day of competition in Rio as he goes in the men's T54 marathon
Support for Cumbrian wheelchair racer competing in Rio today
CUMBRIAN wheelchair racer Simon Lawson will help bring the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio to a close on today's final day of competition.

Noah Wall is starting school

Noah Wall

 Noah Wall is starting school
Noah Wall is starting school
First day of school and a milestone for Noah
Thousands of children across Cumbria are preparing to return to school, but for one youngster it marks a special milestone.

Construction of the Allonby wastewater treatment works got under way in 2015

 Construction of the Allonby wastewater treatment works got under way in 2015
Construction of the Allonby wastewater treatment works got under way in 2015
Would-be thief covered himself in mud in bid to hide from police
A balaclava-clad crook covered himself with mud in a bid to hide from police in the dark.

Launch of the Hospice at Home Carlsile and North Lakeland Sunflower Strol

Launch of the Hospice at Home Carlsile and North Lakeland Sunflower Stroll.

 Launch of the Hospice at Home Carlsile and North Lakeland Sunflower Strol
Launch of the Hospice at Home Carlsile and North Lakeland Sunflower Strol
Final call for hospice stroll
A woman whose dying husband was cared for by a Cumbrian charity has urged people to get involved with a fundraising walk.

Hunter Davies

 Hunter Davies
Hunter Davies
Hunter Davies selling Beatrix Potter first editions, Wainwright drawings and Fell paintings
Letters and first editions by Beatrix Potter, original drawings by Wainwright and paintings by Sheila Fell are among the star lots being sold by Hunter Davies.
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