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Carlisle Civic Centre

Alston police station

Carlisle Civic Centre

Egremont Police Station

The former Maryport Police Station building

Keswick police station

The former Welsh Road police station in Harraby, Carlisle

Wigton Police Station and houses

Eric Martlew

Chief Constable of Cumbria Jerry Graham

Police Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall

 Carlisle Civic Centre
Carlisle Civic Centre
Budget cuts prompt wave of police station closures in Cumbria
Budget cuts have led to the closure of 18 police stations or bases in Cumbria in just over five years.

Leanne Cromwell and three-week-old daughter Jessica Frost

 Leanne Cromwell and three-week-old daughter Jessica Frost
Leanne Cromwell and three-week-old daughter Jessica Frost
Mum 'scared to be in house' after burglars stole newborn baby's savings
A new mum says she is scared to be in her house without the doors locked, after callous thieves stole a fund for her newborn baby.

All action: In the thick of it during the Harraby Catholic Club Football Festival

Harraby: Back, from left, Ben Green, Matty Williamson, Charlie Lomas, William Cowell, Olfa Lason, Coach Ali Stewart

Front, Ben Troughear, Matthew Scott, Gareth Holmes, Tyler Welsh-Graham, Charlie Costello

Abbeytown Under-14s: Back, from left, Tom Lattimer, Jack Coyne, Nathan Lightfoot, Thomas Skinner, Luke Bennett.

Front, Jed Graham, Daniel Raven, Jack Hodgson, Callum Reveley, Matthew Irving

Unisun Under-14s: Back, from left, Luke Sjurseth, Thomas Dixon, Owen Reid, Jack Hetherington, Shaun Kinnear.

Front, Matthew Davidson, Declan McArdle, Liam Fontana, George Beattie, David Turner

Edenvale Falcons Under-14s: Back, from left, Charlie Halliday, Oscar Roberts, Dom Burns, Alfie Batty, Ashton Tyers and Jack Shannan.

Front, Finn Halford, James Harding, Freddie Rawling, Cameron Carter, Alex Halford, Jake Nicholson

Dalston JBR Under-14s: Back, from left, Isaac Whitfield, Josh Minns, James Swainson, Liam Brown and Alex Todhunter.

Front, Alfie Irving, Taylor Phillips, Joe Pilmer, James Dixon

 All action: In the thick of it during the Harraby Catholic Club Football Festival
All action: In the thick of it during the Harraby Catholic Club Football Festival
Harraby Catholic Club football festival a huge success
David Allen Financial Services sponsored the two-day Harraby Catholic Club event which was held at the Harraby Community Complex.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum. Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 16th August 2017

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

 Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria
Jeremy Corbyn visited Copeland in a visit that was hailed as the start of Labour’s “fight back” in the constituency.

Great Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn

 Great Corbyn
Great Corbyn
Cumbrian village 'renamed' ahead of Jeremy Corbyn's county visit
As Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn prepares to visit Cumbria, the county has pulled out all the stops - even naming a village after him.

The Staffordshire Boxer Cross dog

The Staffordshire Boxer Cross dog

 The Staffordshire Boxer Cross dog
The Staffordshire Boxer Cross dog
Animal expert's shock at state of dog found in Cumbria
A starving dog was found barely alive, with one animal expert describing it as one of the most shocking cases he'd seen.

Jeremy Corbyn at The County Hotel Carlisle. 4 June 2017. pics Jim Davis. 50088084F001.jpg

 Jeremy Corbyn at The County Hotel Carlisle. 4 June 2017. pics Jim Davis. 50088084F001.jpg
Jeremy Corbyn at The County Hotel Carlisle. 4 June 2017. pics Jim Davis. 50088084F001.jpg
Jeremy Corbyn to visit West Cumbria
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to visit Keswick tomorrow as part of a country-wide tour.

COSC members with the hearts they have made.

Some of the hearts made by COSC members.

 COSC members with the hearts they have made.
COSC members with the hearts they have made.
West Cumbrian town is all heart...
A caring group has created decorative hearts to give Cleator Moor town centre a bit of TLC.

Kids meeting exotic animals at Rheged

 Kids meeting exotic animals at Rheged
Kids meeting exotic animals at Rheged
Kids get up close and personal with mini beasts and a snake
There was a sharp intake of breath when Bella the boa constrictor hissed and slithered across the floor.
Police hunt thug who punched a man in the face
A man was injured after being punched in the face on Saturday night.

The abandoned cat

Where the cat was found

 The abandoned cat
The abandoned cat
Appeal after cat left to die in west Cumbrian woodland
A black cat was trapped inside a container, dumped in woodland in west Cumbria and left to die.
Witnesses sought after attempted break-in at Cleator Moor
Police are appealing for witnesses after an attempted break-in at Coniston Park, Cleator Moor.
Police investigate Cleator Moor assault
Police are investigating an assault in Cleator Moor Square.

Left to right, Rory Pallister, James Kuechel, Darren Adams, Natalie Amkhazzow, Jess Knowles, all fom Cockermouth.

Christine Kelly and David Simpson, from Cleator Moor.

Haven and Hell Music Event at Whitehaven RLFC Recreation Ground. 5 Aug 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Applause.

Hammerhead, from Workington. Centre, Vocalist Steve Woods, left Buzz Elliot.

Haven and Hell Music Event at Whitehaven RLFC Recreation Ground. 5 Aug 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Band. Syteria.

Steve and Stephanie McKenna from Workington. Steve is also in quite a famous band "Ten".

Peace Man, rockers, Ian and Elaine Gibson, from Cockermouth.

John Verity Band.

Band. Sex P****d Dolls. Drew a crowd.

Haven and Hell Music Event at Whitehaven RLFC Recreation Ground. 5 Aug 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Band. Syteria.

Loving the show. Dave Tindling, Glenn Wade, Lou Robinson, Carol Birkett.

Hammerhead, from Workington. Vocalist Steve Woods.

Left to right, Brian Goodwin, Louisa Moon, and Vivek Vilay, all from Whitehaven.

Sex P****d Dolls.

Band. Sex P****d Dolls.

 Left to right, Rory Pallister, James Kuechel, Darren Adams, Natalie Amkhazzow, Jess Knowles, all fom Cockermouth.
Left to right, Rory Pallister, James Kuechel, Darren Adams, Natalie Amkhazzow, Jess Knowles, all fom Cockermouth.
Hundreds turn out to rock event at Whitehaven's Recreation Ground
Hundreds of rock fans turned out to the first-ever Haven and Hell festival at Whitehaven's Recreation Ground.

Billy Redden and Anne Kelly in front of the Ennerdale Water image

 Billy Redden and Anne Kelly in front of the Ennerdale Water image
Billy Redden and Anne Kelly in front of the Ennerdale Water image
Venue launches Lake District weddings in Whitehaven
Couples who dream of getting married in the Lake District can now tie the knot without even venturing outdoors - at the Solway Hall in Whitehaven!

Conrad Atkinson's Donald Trump wallpaper

 Conrad Atkinson's Donald Trump wallpaper
Conrad Atkinson's Donald Trump wallpaper
Cumbrian artist turns Donald Trump into wallpaper
When politicians are portrayed they are most often caricatures - cartoons exaggerating their features, impressionists imitating their voices or until 20 years ago as rubber puppets on Spitting Image.
Man suffers homophobic abuse in Cumbrian town
A man was subjected to homophobic abuse in Whitehaven town centre.

Incoming: Carlisle's James Dawson tries a catch as spectators take evasive action (Photo: Gary McKeating)

 Incoming: Carlisle's James Dawson tries a catch as spectators take evasive action (Photo: Gary McKeating)
Incoming: Carlisle's James Dawson tries a catch as spectators take evasive action (Photo: Gary McKeating)
Carlisle Cricket Club left to rue dropped catches in defeat to champions Workington
Carlisle Cricket Club were left to rue a series of missed opportunities after an unusually indisciplined fielding display let champions Workington off the hook.

The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.

Staff at George Romney.

The Ginger Bakers team.

Geoff Monkman, of Cumbrian Delights.

 The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
Co-op backs Cumbrian producers
The Co-op has launched a local sourcing programme in Cumbria.

The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Jan Fialkowski, Cleator Moor

The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski

The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Jan Fialkowski, Cleator Moor

The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Jan Fialkowski, Cleator Moor

The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Jan Fialkowski, Cleator Moor

La'l Ratty Ravenglass train from Spain

 The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski
Jan Fialkowski, Cleator Moor
The Train from Spain was towed from Carlisle to Ravenglass by Providence, a steam traction engine. Photo: Jan Fialkowski
1920s steam engine and Train from Spain make momentous journey across Cumbria
Puffing along and spluttering a cloud of smoke into the air, a 1920s steam traction engine hauled the Train from Spain across Cumbria.

Road leading to the West Cumberland Hospital closed

 Road leading to the West Cumberland Hospital closed
Road leading to the West Cumberland Hospital closed
West Cumbrian town roadworks begin today
Work to resurface the roads by the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven has begun.

2017 Golden Apple Awards logo.

The Vikings at Westfield school Workington - one of the schools nominated in the 2017 Golden Apple Awards

Emmy Sealey and her husband Roger. Emmy has been nominated in the 2017 Golden Apple Awards

Skills 4 You team up with Citizens Advice Bureau to give advice users. The Skills 4 You initiative has been nominated in the 2017 Golden Apple Awards

 2017 Golden Apple Awards logo.
2017 Golden Apple Awards logo.
One week left to enter 2017 Golden Apple Awards
SCHOOL'S out and if you're not quick you'll miss out on telling us why your classroom and learning heroes should get a top award.

Friendly action: Penrith's Grant Davidson being chased by Carlisle United's Nicky Adams in this month's friendly

Manager: Carlisle City's James Tose

 Friendly action: Penrith's Grant Davidson being chased by Carlisle United's Nicky Adams in this month's friendly
Friendly action: Penrith's Grant Davidson being chased by Carlisle United's Nicky Adams in this month's friendly
Cumbrian managers looking for a competitive match as Penrith AFC play Carlisle City in a friendly
Managers Jim Nichols and James Tose are looking for a competitive match as Penrith AFC travel to play Carlisle City.

Community Choices winners

 Community Choices winners
Community Choices winners
Community Choices winners celebrate
Community groups from across West Cumbria gathered at a celebratory event after winning awards of up to £50,000.

Amol Rajan

 Amol Rajan
Amol Rajan
Last chance to submit entries for in-cumbria Business Awards
Businesses large and small are gearing up to compete for honours in this year's in-cumbria Business Awards.

Old Kiln Farm, by Percy Kelly

Whitehaven Harbour from the Fan House, by Percy Kelly

Newlands Church, by Percy Kelly

Shipping Brow, Maryport, by Percy Kelly

Trumpet Terrace, Cleator Moor by Percy Kelly

Whitehaven Panorama, by Percy Kelly

Maryport Harbour from north pier, by Percy Kelly

Maryport Harbour by Percy Kelly

 Old Kiln Farm, by Percy Kelly
Old Kiln Farm, by Percy Kelly
Cumbrian artist's life work celebrated in comprehensive exhibition
A RETROSPECTIVE exhibition showcasing the work of one of Cumbria's best-known artists of the 20th century will go on display in Carlisle this autumn.

Mike Starkie

 Mike Starkie
Mike Starkie
Scheme to improve town and villages is launched
A £1m scheme has been launched to revitalise parts of Cumbria.

Shaun Monaghan

Shaun Monaghan at the picnic

Shaun Monaghan at the picnic

 Shaun Monaghan
Shaun Monaghan
Picnic to say farewell to popular Whitehaven headteacher
A popular headteacher said farewell to his school with a surprise picnic lunch in the school yard.
Assault man cannot contact former partner for three years - court
A man has been punished for assaulting his ex-partner while subject to a suspended prison term.

Homewood Road, Whitehaven. Photo: Google Streetview

 Homewood Road, Whitehaven. Photo: Google Streetview
Homewood Road, Whitehaven. Photo: Google Streetview
Work to resurface roads near West Cumberland Hospital to begin next week
Work to resurface the roads by the West Cumberland Hospital will begin next week.