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Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census

Jane Hegedus, who lives behind the Gosling Bridge pub, missed her osteopath appointment

Sheila Johnston


          Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census
Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census
Carlisle traffic survey forced school to delay GCSE exam
A Carlisle school was forced to delay the start of a GCSE exam yesterday as the city ground to a standstill during the morning rush.

Connor Murtagh

 Connor Murtagh
Connor Murtagh
Carlisle teen jockey's Ascot debut
Teen jockey Connor Murtagh has overcome extraordinary odds, defying a life-threatening heart condition to make his first ever appearance at Royal Ascot.

Ellie Taylor with four-year-old Georgina Dean

St Michael's Pre-School Nursery, Dalston, on a visit to Caldew School

 Ellie Taylor with four-year-old Georgina Dean
Ellie Taylor with four-year-old Georgina Dean
Carlisle children toddle to school to make story sacks
Children from a nursery in Dalston waddled their way to their local secondary school for a story session.

Tauranga, Skinburness Road, Silloth

Meadowside, Warnell, Welton

Barras Close, Dalston, Carlisle

 Tauranga, Skinburness Road, Silloth
Tauranga, Skinburness Road, Silloth
3 of the best bungalows
Live your life on the level with this choice of delightful single-storey homes.

Rachel and Emily

 Rachel and Emily
Rachel and Emily
Best foot forward in bid to raise funds for Brain Tumour Charity
Great friends are hard to come by but Emily Parsons and Rachel Cole have a special bond.

Some of the 45 artists who will be showing their work in the Rose Castle Art Exhibition

 Some of the 45 artists who will be showing their work in the Rose Castle Art Exhibition
Some of the 45 artists who will be showing their work in the Rose Castle Art Exhibition
Castle to host art exhibition
One of north Cumbria's landmark buildings will play host to an art exhibition next weekend.
Woman cleared of child cruelty allegations
A woman who denied child cruelty allegations has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

Siobonne Brewster

Siobonne Brewster who has set up a new gym called HitFit Studio

 Siobonne Brewster
Siobonne Brewster
Bijoux gym proves big attraction in north Cumbrian village
A small-scale gym is aiming to give its local community something to feel great about.

Middleton Cup: Pictured are Cumbria’s four winning rinks from Saturday’s Middleton Cup match against Lincolnshire at Wigton. From left, Ryan Prince, Ryan Orchard, Mark Nanson, Ben Sherwen

Middleton Cup masters: From left, Lewis Baxter, John Bell, Stephen Farish, Paul Barlow

Easy does it: From left, Stuart Bowman, Kevin Harrison, Rick Gallagher, Stuart Irwin

Winners: From left, James Park, Paul Coulthard, Paul Wallace, Andrew Baxter

 Middleton Cup: Pictured are Cumbria’s four winning rinks from Saturday’s Middleton Cup match against Lincolnshire at Wigton. From left, Ryan Prince, Ryan Orchard, Mark Nanson, Ben Sherwen
Middleton Cup: Pictured are Cumbria’s four winning rinks from Saturday’s Middleton Cup match against Lincolnshire at Wigton. From left, Ryan Prince, Ryan Orchard, Mark Nanson, Ben Sherwen
Cumbria's Middleton Cup team get back in the groove with a win over Lincolnshire
Cumbria’s Middleton Cup side got back into the groove with a facile 18-4 win over Lincolnshire.

Matthew Perry at work

 Matthew Perry at work
Matthew Perry at work
Apprentice aiming to hit the back of the net for his country at the European Championship for footballers with learning disabilities this week
A young apprentice is hoping to hit the back of the net when he represents his country at the European Championship for footballers with learning disabilities this week.

Olly Murs

Olly Murs

Olly Murs

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

Abigail Rayson and Chloe Rundle

Olly Murss

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

Olly Murs

Olly Murs

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

From left, Megan Earl, Rebecca Bowman, Lucy Reed

Olly Murs concert at Brunton Park

From left, Beth Hammell, Rebecca Tyson, Loiuse Jenkin, Sandra Best, Shirley Hammell, Cath O'Neil

Toni and Emma Cooper

Support act Louisa Johnson

Bride to be Jenna Benson, centre, and her hen party friends

Katy Taylor Hamilton and mum Emma Jane Taylor

Support act Louisa Johnson

Armed police at the concert

 Olly Murs
Olly Murs
Olly Murs: Cumbrian fans are 'legends' after 'phenomenal' Carlisle gig
Olly Murs said his gig at Carlisle was “phenomenal” - and declared his Cumbrian fans “legends”.

Corey Studholme, 11, Euan Jackson, 13, and Aaron Studholme, 13.

 Corey Studholme, 11, Euan Jackson, 13, and Aaron Studholme, 13.
Corey Studholme, 11, Euan Jackson, 13, and Aaron Studholme, 13.
Three children saved others from drowning in Cumbrian river
Three children carried out a courageous river rescue, bravely racing to save a young girl and boy from deep water.

Dalston Ladies Choir at their Christmas Concert

 Dalston Ladies Choir at their Christmas Concert
Dalston Ladies Choir at their Christmas Concert
Choir to host summer concert in historic Cumbrian castle
Voices and instruments will echo through the halls of a Grade II-listed Cumbrian castle, when it throws its doors open for a fundraising concert.

The Cumberland Show

 The Cumberland Show
The Cumberland Show
Cumberland Show: All you need to know about this year's event
It is the key date in the summer country calendar - and this year, the Cumberland Show includes a number of new features at its new venue.

The Civic Centre in Carlisle.

 The Civic Centre in Carlisle.
The Civic Centre in Carlisle.
Minute's silence for Manchester to be observed in Carlisle
A NATIONAL minute's silence in memory of those who died in the Manchester terror attack will be observed in Carlisle today.

Keswick and Warwickshire county bowlers in Fitz Park. Photo: Ben Challis

 Keswick and Warwickshire county bowlers in Fitz Park. Photo: Ben Challis
Keswick and Warwickshire county bowlers in Fitz Park. Photo: Ben Challis
Subscription and Dalston win with only two Carliol League games played last Thursday
There were only two Carliol League games played last Thursday evening - Wetheral are on tour and some of the Courtfield members still consider football to be a more beautiful game than bowls.

Police drink-driving clampdown. Driver posed by model

 Police drink-driving clampdown. Driver posed by model
Police drink-driving clampdown. Driver posed by model
Police warning after series of drink-drive convictions in north Cumbria
Five people who were caught drink driving have been fined a total of nearly £1,000 and banned from driving for more than eight years.

Police were called to the scene

 Police were called to the scene
Police were called to the scene
Car accident cleared in Dalston
UPDATE: Cumbria Police have now finished dealing with an accident in Dalston.

Northern Rail

 Northern Rail
Northern Rail
Rail disruption between Carlisle and Barrow
Rail passengers are facing disruption between Carlisle and Barrow this evening.

The rural landscape is being pushed up the agenda by pressure groups

 The rural landscape is being pushed up the agenda by pressure groups
The rural landscape is being pushed up the agenda by pressure groups
Healthier landscape plea to Cumbria's General Election candidates
Two countryside pressure groups are sending a strong message to prospective parliamentary candidates in rural seats in Cumbria.

Chris Marsh, a Carlisle fan with his brother Richard Marsh, an Exeter fan

 Chris Marsh, a Carlisle fan with his brother Richard Marsh, an Exeter fan
Chris Marsh, a Carlisle fan with his brother Richard Marsh, an Exeter fan
Carlisle headteacher's football clash with brother in Blues play-off match
Sibling rivalry will be top of the agenda again tonight when Carlisle United take on Exeter in the first leg of the League Two play-off.

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May 10 2017

Eleanor Elliot, of Carleton, Carlisle, marks her 13th birthday today by getting her long hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust and raise funds for the charity

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May 10 2017

Eleanor Elliot, of Carleton, Carlisle, marks her 13th birthday today by getting her long hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust and raise funds for the charity

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May 10 2017

Eleanor Elliot, of Carleton, Carlisle, marks her 13th birthday today by getting her long hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust and raise funds for the charity. She is pictured here with her aunt Julie, who cut her hair

Eleanor Elliot from Carleton, Carlisle. The Caldew School pupil is having her long hair cut off to raise money for The Little Princesses Trust. Eleanor will have this done on her 13th birthday: 27 April 2017 STUART WALKER 50087785F001.JPG

Eleanor Elliot (centre) from Carleton, Carlisle. The Caldew School pupil is having her long hair cut off to raise money for The Little Princesses Trust. Eleanor will have this done on her 13th birthday. Eleanor will be supported by her older sister Morgan Elliot (left) and Grandma Margaret Elliot: 27 April 2017 STUART WALKER 50087785F002.JPG

 SUBMITTED PIC May 10 2017 Eleanor Elliot, of Carleton, Carlisle, marks her 13th birthday today by getting her long hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust and raise funds for the charity
SUBMITTED PIC May 10 2017 Eleanor Elliot, of Carleton, Carlisle, marks her 13th birthday today by getting her long hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust and raise funds for the charity
Eleanor's a cut above the rest
A Carlisle schoolgirl has celebrated becoming a teenager by getting a close shave, raising hundreds for charity.

Point-to-Point at Aspatria

 Point-to-Point at Aspatria
Point-to-Point at Aspatria
Popular Cumbria racing event bows out after 25 years
An event which has been a staple of Cumbria's racing calendar for the last 25 years has been held for the final time.

Presentation of the Mayors Charity Fund

 Presentation of the Mayors Charity Fund
Presentation of the Mayors Charity Fund
Carlisle mayor says thanks after handing out £20,000 to charities
Carlisle's outgoing mayor says he is pleased to have helped raise the profile of charities across north Cumbria during his year in office.

Eleanor Elliot from Carleton, Carlisle

 Eleanor Elliot from Carleton, Carlisle
Eleanor Elliot from Carleton, Carlisle
Eleanor’s birthday gift for youngsters
A Carlisle schoolgirl is to mark a birthday milestone by getting a close shave to help young cancer sufferers.

Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland

 Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Ward-by-ward: Who won which seat on Cumbria County Council
Full list of winners - and losers - from yesterday's election.

Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday

 Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday
Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday
The Roland Starkie May Day triples tournament took place on Monday with 50 teams taking part
The Roland Starkie May Day triples tournament took place on Monday when 50 teams took part on six greens throughout the county.

Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds in Carlisle on the first stage of the rally

Competitors leave the Pirelli factory grounds on the first stage of the rallly

The Mayor and Mayoress of Carlisle, Colin and Ellen Stothard, at the start of the Pirelli International Rally, at the firm's Carlisle tyre making plant

Driver Garry Pearson from Duns, Scottish Borders and co driver Paula Swinscoe from Chorley at the start of the Pirelli International Carlisle Rally

Driver Garry Pearson from Duns, Scottish Borders being interviewed before he set off

Finn Skoler, 11, Annan, takes control of a mini digger with the help from Chris Bell from Story Contracting at the family funday at the Pirelli factory ahead of the start of the rally

Competitors leave the Pirelli factory grounds on the first stage of the rally

Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds on the first stage of the rally. From left; Morag Bell, Hannah Kenyon, Margaret Smethurst and Sarah England

The Pirelli International Rally. Faye Miller-Storey, five, Yewdale, Carlisle, tries her hand on the rodeo bull

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. Winning three teams spray champagne

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. The first three winners. Rally winners Driver Fredrik Ahlin and co-driver Torstein Eriksen with their DMACK Speedline Fuchs Škoda Fabia R5 from Carlisle based team CA1 Sport:

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. Junior champions spray champagne:

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. The first three winners. Rally winners Driver Fredrik Ahlin of DMACK Speedline Fuchs Škoda Fabia R5 with team boss Martin Wilkinson of Carlisle based team CA1 Sport:

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. Winning three teams spray champagne

 Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds in Carlisle on the first stage of the rally
Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds in Carlisle on the first stage of the rally
Home win for Cumbria in Pirelli rally
IT was a home win for Carlisle-based CA1 Sports as the roar of Britain's best rally cars saw north Cumbria host the Pirelli International Rally.

SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Pirelli tyre manufacturing site in Dalston Road, Carlisle

SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 The range of F1 tyres produced by Pirelli on display as part of the family fun day at the Carlisle Pirelli tyre manufacturing plant in the city's Dalston Road, as it hosted the start today of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally (the second stage of the British Rally Championship)

SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 A speed tyre changing challenge at the family fun day organised for families of Pirelli employees from the Carlisle tyre making plant as part of the staging of the start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the site

A Bentley, one of the supercars, at the family fun day organised for families of Pirelli employees from the Carlisle tyre making plant as part of the ceremonial start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the site

A driving simulator at the Pirelli factory in Carlisle, part of the events on site during the start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the site

Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Carlisle Pirelli tyre manufacturing plant on the city's Dalston Road.

Local children were given the chance to wave off individual rally cars at the 11am start today of the Pirelli International Rally at the Carlisle Pirelli factory, Dalston Road, Carlisle.

The first car prepares to start the 2017 Pirelli International Rally from the Pirelli tyre making plant, Dalston Road, Carlisle

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 1. Councillor Colin Stothard, Mayor of Carlisle and Tony di Gravio (Director of Quality at Pirelli) with Eyvind Brynildsen and Anders Fredriksson, Pirelli hopefuls for the Pirelli (International) Carlisle Rally in the grounds of the city's Pirelli tyre making factory at today's ceremonial start of the 2017 rally

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 Councillor Colin Stothard, Mayor of Carlisle and Tony di Gravio (Director of Quality at Pirelli) with Eyvind Brynildsen and Anders Fredriksson, Pirelli hopefuls for the Pirelli (International) Carlisle Rally in the grounds of the city's Pirelli tyre making factory at today's ceremonial start of the 2017 rally

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 Councillor Colin Stothard, Mayor of Carlisle, with Allan Wilson (Engineering Manager at Pirelli) in the flight simulator at the Pirelli family day at the city's Dalston Road tyre making factory, which coincided with the ceremonial start of the 2017 Pirelli International Carlisle Rally

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 Eyvind Brynildsen and Anders Fredriksson leave the Pirelli factory in Carlisle heading for the first stage of the 2017 Pirelli International Carlisle Rally, which is the second stage of the British Rally Championship

 SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Pirelli tyre manufacturing site in Dalston Road, Carlisle
SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Pirelli tyre manufacturing site in Dalston Road, Carlisle
Cumbria welcomes the 2017 Pirelli International Rally
CUMBRIA is playing host to one of the country's biggest motorsport events this weekend - the 2017 Pirelli International Rally.

Flood resilience work is planned for Etterby Road

DAVID HOLLINS

 Flood resilience work is planned for Etterby Road
DAVID HOLLINS
Flood resilience work is planned for Etterby Road
Bid to stop Carlisle road 'falling into River Eden'
A busy residential road is in danger of slipping into a river.