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The M6

George Beveridge

 The M6
The M6
New plan for M6 corridor to boost Cumbrian economy
A developed M6 corridor would create thousands of new jobs in Cumbria, according to a major new report.

Penrith Castle

 Penrith Castle
Penrith Castle
Penrith Castle Park lottery bid on ice
A £2.5 million bid to improve Penrith's Castle Park has been put on ice by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

DA

DA
Drug poisoning deaths rise in Cumbria
Deaths from drugs poisoning have more than doubled in Cumbria during the past decade, according to shocking new national statistics.

C-Art artwork 2017

Beastie

Brian Shields

Sarah Taylor's work at the La'al Ratty

Art Gene & Cumbria Wildlife Trust – ‘Razzle Dazzle’ Hides South Walney Island Nature Reserve

 C-Art artwork 2017
C-Art artwork 2017
C-Art is back with its biggest programme yet
CUMBRIA'S annual county-wide festival of the arts returns next month with the full programme now announced.

Aerial view of The Sheepmount after the 2015 floods

 Aerial view of The Sheepmount after the 2015 floods
Aerial view of The Sheepmount after the 2015 floods
Spring date for Carlisle Sheepmount Stadium's full reopening
Council bosses are hoping to fully reopen Carlisle's flood-hit Sheepmount Stadium by next spring.

Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits

 Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits
Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits
Cumbria's hospital admission rates for alcohol abuse among worst in England
The cost of increasing dependency on alcohol will be paid in the lives of Cumbrians says the boss of a national health organisation.

Refugees from war torn Syria

 Refugees from war torn Syria
Refugees from war torn Syria
Refugees settling well into Cumbrian life
About 32 Syrian refugees are now settling into life in north Cumbria.

Wigton's NatWest bank

Alan Pitcher

David Ferriby

 Wigton's NatWest bank
Wigton's NatWest bank
Bank bosses slammed for closing Cumbrian town's branch
Bank bosses came under fire from Wigton councillors about their decision to close one of the town's only remaining branches.

Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep

Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service

Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep

Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service

Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep

Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service

 Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep
Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service
Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep
Firefighters bring troubled sheep back to dry land
Firefighters ensured a troubled sheep got back to dry land after it got stuck in the River Eden.

Eden District Council

 Eden District Council
Eden District Council
Cumbrian council in bid for more affordable homes
A Cumbrian council is bidding for affordable homes on a new housing development in an effort to meet demand in the local area.
More roadside traffic surveys to take place in Carlisle
Council won't say where so drivers don't change their journeys

Carlisle Unity Festival. Border City Rollers. Clockwise from centre; Garryck Holmes, Rachel Jones, Sophie Edwards, Jag and Gemma Hayman; 8 July 201y. PAULA THANNER

Carlisle Unity Festival. Kate North, equality and diversity leader representing the NHS in Cumbria with James Murray, three, from Carlisle; 8 July 2017. PAULA THANNER

Carlisle and Eden Mind. From left Tessa Tilbe, Caroline Robinson and Madeleine Block with their Pledge Tree.

Duke Jam ukulele band

Abdul Hamid Shihab, centre, with Layla Shihab, four, left and Anwar Shihab, six, right.

Anwar Shihab, six, from Carlisle.

The Mayor of Carlisle, Trish Vasey and mayoress Elaine Donnelly with the festivals organising committee.

Duke's Jam Ukulele Band.

Carlisle Clog and Sword.

Carlisle Clog and Sword.

Duke's Jam Ukulele Band.

Carlisle Clog and Sword.

Student ambassadors Abbie Woodward and Paul Lawlor from the University of Cumbria with Charlotte Ridley, six and Reuben Wilson, five from Carlisle.

Carlisle Clog and Sword.

 Carlisle Unity Festival. Border City Rollers. Clockwise from centre; Garryck Holmes, Rachel Jones, Sophie Edwards, Jag and Gemma Hayman; 8 July 201y. PAULA THANNER
Carlisle Unity Festival. Border City Rollers. Clockwise from centre; Garryck Holmes, Rachel Jones, Sophie Edwards, Jag and Gemma Hayman; 8 July 201y. PAULA THANNER
Carlisle's Unity Festival returned with its important message
THE sun was shining and spirits were high as people came together in Carlisle to celebrate diversity.

Rob Betton on Brunton Crescent

 Rob Betton on Brunton Crescent
Rob Betton on Brunton Crescent
Virgin Media slammed over quality of pavement repairs in Carlisle
Company issued with council improvement notice after poor repairs following work to install superfast broadband.

Appleby in Westmorland - view of Boroughgate shops

 Appleby in Westmorland - view of Boroughgate shops
Appleby in Westmorland - view of Boroughgate shops
Change of venue for Appleby health event
A health and wellbeing day in Appleby next Thursday has changed venue.

Jim Walker

 Jim Walker
Jim Walker
Temporary MD takes charge at Cumbria Tourism
Jim Walker has taken charge at Cumbria Tourism as the organisation's temporary managing director.

The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.

Colin and Margaret Wadsworth won joint person of the year.

The Carlisle College Choir

Martin Borradaile and Suzanne Armstrong

Christine Monroe and Julia Clifford

Martin Borradaile

Jenny Benson

Rachel Bell and Peter Stafford

Compere John Myers

Bruce Lawson

 The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.
The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.
Community Heroes winners announced
A couple who’ve raised more than £800,000 to support ex-servicemen and women have been honoured for their heroics.

After the work was carried out on Parking Hill Road, near Appleby

 After the work was carried out on Parking Hill Road, near Appleby
After the work was carried out on Parking Hill Road, near Appleby
Untidy Eden house improved after council intervened
A dilapidated and damaged building near Appleby - which was the subject of a number of complaints - has been tidied up.

Eden Arts organises the Winter Droving

 Eden Arts organises the Winter Droving
Eden Arts organises the Winter Droving
Arts Council will give £12m to arts and culture in Cumbria
Cumbria will receive more than £12 million over the next four years to invest in arts and culture.

As part of the Give a Day to the City events volunteers clear land at Cummersdale Holme near Denton Holme Carlisle of invasive Himalayan balsam. Sam Winder clears the weeds

Nick Sands clears the weeds

Himalayan balsam

John Gorrill clears the weeds

 As part of the Give a Day to the City events volunteers clear land at Cummersdale Holme near Denton Holme Carlisle of invasive Himalayan balsam. Sam Winder clears the weeds
As part of the Give a Day to the City events volunteers clear land at Cummersdale Holme near Denton Holme Carlisle of invasive Himalayan balsam. Sam Winder clears the weeds
Army of volunteers tackle alien invaders in Carlisle
Alien invaders are being wiped away by a determined band of volunteers.

Jeremy Corbyn

 Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn's plan to renationalise railways: Cumbria reacts
Jeremy Corbyn's plan to renationalise the UK's railways has met with a mixed response in Cumbria, with predictable responses from both side of politics.

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.

Avian flu outbreak: Amos Hill Farm near Slaggyford

 Avian flu outbreak: Amos Hill Farm near Slaggyford
Avian flu outbreak: Amos Hill Farm near Slaggyford
Risk of Cumbrian bird flu outbreaks remains high
The risk of further outbreaks of devastating bird flu still remains in Cumbria.
Council says sorry for major delays as result of Carlisle traffic survey
A major traffic survey taking place across Carlisle will be suspended at key times to ease congestion.

Picnic time

 Picnic time
Picnic time
Hot weather prompts summer food warning
The hot summer weather has prompted health officials to issue a series of warnings.

Armed Forces Day, Carlisle city centre. RAF cadets take part in the cadet drill competition; 25 June 2016. PAULA THANNER 50084737F009.JPG

 Armed Forces Day, Carlisle city centre. RAF cadets take part in the cadet drill competition; 25 June 2016. PAULA THANNER 50084737F009.JPG
Armed Forces Day, Carlisle city centre. RAF cadets take part in the cadet drill competition; 25 June 2016. PAULA THANNER 50084737F009.JPG
Flags and marches in thanks for forces
Military personnel past and present will gather alongside members of the public to celebrate the role the armed forces play in our communities.
Have we got      anywhere for carers to turn      to in a crisis?
Lack of respite, financial hardship and nowhere to turn in a crisis were just some of the issues being flagged up by carers at a conference in Cumbria this week.

Workers put up the closure sign at Rickerby Park Memorial Bridge

 Workers put up the closure sign at Rickerby Park Memorial Bridge
Workers put up the closure sign at Rickerby Park Memorial Bridge
Carlisle park bridge 'could be closed for months'
A bridge which forms part of a popular walking route in Carlisle could be closed for months, it has emerged.

Malcolm Robinson with his dog Levi

Lynne Caryl

 Malcolm Robinson with his dog Levi
Malcolm Robinson with his dog Levi
Concerns after safety fears close Carlisle bridge
Dog walkers have found their regular route through a Carlisle park cut in two, after safety fears forced the closure of a suspension bridge.

Appleby Horse Fair

 Appleby Horse Fair
Appleby Horse Fair
Dogs rescued from car at Appleby Horse Fair
Two dogs were rescued from a car at Appleby Horse Fair.

The site is at Edenside home of Carlisle Cricket Club

Frank Giecco

 The site is at Edenside home of Carlisle Cricket Club
The site is at Edenside home of Carlisle Cricket Club
Detectors ‘won’t find Carlisle bath-house treasure’
Treasure-hunters with metal detectors have been seen loitering near to the site of a newly-discovered Roman bath-house in Carlisle.
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