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Lee Andrews: Reds joint-boss

 Lee Andrews: Reds joint-boss
Lee Andrews: Reds joint-boss
Fringe players to get a chance as Reds travel to Colne in the Integro League Cup
Workington Reds will be looking to get back into the winning habit when they travel to Colne in the Integro League Cup tonight (7.45pm kick-off).

Allonby ahead of Hurricane Ophelia.

 Allonby ahead of Hurricane Ophelia.
Allonby ahead of Hurricane Ophelia.
Flood alerts issued for Cumbrian coast ahead of Ophelia
EA says coastal defences could be over-topped

Opposite number: Guiseley are managed by former Barrow boss Paul Cox

Shildon assistant manager: Cumbria's Mark Boyd, who had a spell as Celtic Nation's player-manager, is eyeing another FA Cup upset at Guiseley

Player-boss: The Railwaymen's Daniel Moore on the ball playing for Celtic Nation in a game against Penrith, played in 2014

Former Blue: Matty Robson also plays for the Dean Street outfit

Recent addition: Martyn Coleman joined Shildon from Penrith last month

Defender: Kyle May another with the North-east outfit

 Opposite number: Guiseley are managed by former Barrow boss Paul Cox
Opposite number: Guiseley are managed by former Barrow boss Paul Cox
Mark 'Skip' Boyd eyes another upset for Shildon AFC in the FA Cup at Guiseley
Shildon, led by two former Celtic Nation men in their management team, have enjoyed a good start to the season and are looking to make the FA Cup first round this Saturday. Thomas Reeves reports

Beth Smith and Gael Dowdeswell cycled from Lands End to Gretna Green with back up from Revd Sue Wicks (front centre).

Beth Smith, Revd Sue Wicks and Gael Dowdeswell, from St Elisabeth's Church, Carlisle

The Bishop of Carlisle, the Rt Revd James Newcome

 Beth Smith and Gael Dowdeswell cycled from Lands End to Gretna Green with back up from Revd Sue Wicks (front centre).
Beth Smith and Gael Dowdeswell cycled from Lands End to Gretna Green with back up from Revd Sue Wicks (front centre).
Bishop leads tributes following death of popular Carlisle vicar
The Bishop of Carlisle today leads the tributes to a popular city vicar who has lost her battle with cancer.
Police investigation launched after fatal dog attack on sheep flock
Police are investigating a dog attack near Gretna which has left two sheep dead.
Shoplifter jailed for fourth time despite claim she was tackling drug problem
A plea to spare a shoplifter from her fourth prison sentence fell on deaf ears as the woman was jailed for 28 days for her latest theft.

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Left Karl Lewthwaite and Richard Fielder from Whitehaven

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Kira Robson from Whitehaven

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Left, Othelia Cox and Chrystal Ball's from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Spice Girls Tribute Band

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Sheila Martin and Lisa Borrowdale, from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. The two Carlisle lads and their bands drew big crowds to the stage area

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Faye and Laura Molloy from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Ryan Jagger on stage

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Ryan Jagger on stage

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Hosts Victoria Roberts and Liam Moorhouse

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Joanne Ingram from Gretna.

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Crowd. Police joining in the fun

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. The Queen, Billie Raymond, from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017.

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Carole Kernan and daughter Leah aged 6 from Penrith

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Firefighter Kate Farrance

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Fruitty Licous, with Stephen and Caroline McDonnell and Sheilla Payne right, from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Police having fun, but no names this time

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Armed Police

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Dion Albertyn and his neice Chloe Nicholson aged five from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Linda McCracken, Lynne Farrell, Judith Beech and Terri Jayne, from Whitehaven

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Armed police, enjoy the show

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. A colourfull Police presence in the crowd

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. PC Becky Cooke, from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Spice Girls Tribute Band. Crowd. Left to right, Kaitlin Fossey 13, Georgina Hyndman 14, Cameron Davies 13, Olivia Atkinson 14, all from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Left PC Graham Chadwick and PC Curtis Westworth from Carlisle

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Spice Girls Tribute Band

Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017. Spice Girls Tribute Band

 Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017
Carlisle Pride Event. Carlisle City Centre. 16 Sept 2017
GALLERY: Collabro and 911 headline Cumbria Pride
Scores of people enjoyed a host of live music in Carlisle city centre as part of this year's Cumbria Pride event.

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September 13 2017

L-r: Church members Gael Dowdeswell and Beth Smith setting off from Land's End on their 720-mile charity bike ride to Gretna Green to raise funds for St Elisabeth's Church, Harraby, Carlisle

Members of St Elisabeth's Church in Harraby Carlisle are welcomed at the finish line of their charity cycle ride.

Beth Smith (left) and Gael Dowdeswell (right) with Reverend Sue Wicks (centre).

 SUBMITTED PIC September 13 2017 L-r: Church members Gael Dowdeswell and Beth Smith setting off from Land's End on their 720-mile charity bike ride to Gretna Green to raise funds for St Elisabeth's Church, Harraby, Carlisle
SUBMITTED PIC September 13 2017 L-r: Church members Gael Dowdeswell and Beth Smith setting off from Land's End on their 720-mile charity bike ride to Gretna Green to raise funds for St Elisabeth's Church, Harraby, Carlisle
Intrepid ride boosts Carlisle church expansion bid
Two women have cycled the length of the country as part of a drive to raise £1.5m to develop a Carlisle church.

Sir Ranulph Fiennes

The Blencathra Fox Hounds in Keswick

Tim Bonner

 Sir Ranulph Fiennes
Sir Ranulph Fiennes
Sir Ranulph Fiennes leads call for trail hunting ban on National Trust land in Cumbria
Campaigners are calling for a ban on trail hunting on National Trust land in Cumbria.
Teenager accused of recklessly firing air pistol
A teenager has been accused culpably and recklessly firing an air pistol in a house.

Debut: Former Gretna 2008 man Mathew Read came on in City's 3-0 win over St Helens Town

 Debut: Former Gretna 2008 man Mathew Read came on in City's 3-0 win over St Helens Town
Debut: Former Gretna 2008 man Mathew Read came on in City's 3-0 win over St Helens Town
James Tose is in confident mood for Carlisle City's FA Vase clash at Heaton Stannington
James Tose feels Carlisle City should be in buoyant mood ahead of their FA Vase tie at Heaton Stannington.

Big bonus: James Tose welcomed the return of Ryan Errington

 Big bonus: James Tose welcomed the return of Ryan Errington
Big bonus: James Tose welcomed the return of Ryan Errington
Carlisle City boss James Tose expecting a tough test against second-placed Whitchurch Alport
Second-placed Whitchurch Alport will provide a tough test for Carlisle City, says manager James Tose.

Burnley's new signing: Nahki Wells on his Carlisle United debut against Bristol Rovers

Back out on loan: Former Carlisle man Brandon Comley has joined Colchester

 Burnley's new signing: Nahki Wells on his Carlisle United debut against Bristol Rovers
Burnley's new signing: Nahki Wells on his Carlisle United debut against Bristol Rovers
Transfer deadline day: Former Carlisle Utd man joins Burnley from Premier League rivals Huddersfield
Former Carlisle United frontman Nahki Wells has joined Burnley from Premier League rivals Huddersfield.

Shepherd's Hill Cottage, Thurstonfield

Station Road, Cumwhinton

Bridge Cottage, Canonbie, Dumfries

 Shepherd's Hill Cottage, Thurstonfield
Shepherd's Hill Cottage, Thurstonfield
3 of the best cottages
Full of charm, with wildlife and great views on the doorstep, these village homes are worth a look.

Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)

David Mundell

SUBMITTED by Dumfries and Galloway Council August 10, 2017. L-R Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council).

 Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)
Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)
Alliance's mission to bring £500m boost to region's economy
An alliance which aims to bring £500m to the region which straddles the Scotland-England border has taken another step towards fruition.
Police probe after girl, 15, told to 'get in car' by strangers
A police investigation has been launched after a 15-year-old girl was told to get in a car by two strangers.

Emma and Ben Womack

 Emma and Ben Womack
Emma and Ben Womack
Big Brother star's romantic Gretna wedding
Ben Womack married former Big Brother contestant Emma Greenwood in far from ordinary fashion - his fiancee only found out about the wedding two days before it happened.

Anvil Hall

 Anvil Hall
Anvil Hall
Former Big Brother contestant ties the knot at Gretna Green
A former Big Brother contestant tied the knot in Gretna Green - just days after a romantic Lake District proposal.

Penrith's new boy: Chris Wraighte, playing in a match between Furness Select and Barrow AFC

Resigned: Former Penrith manager Matt Henney has left Gretna 2008

 Penrith's new boy: Chris Wraighte, playing in a match between Furness Select and Barrow AFC
Penrith's new boy: Chris Wraighte, playing in a match between Furness Select and Barrow AFC
West Auckland Town to visit Penrith in FA Cup tie and season-opener today
West Auckland Town will be the first visitors to Frenchfield Park for the 2017/18 season.

New United signing Richie Bennett

Peter Garbutt

Paul Bannon

Dean Walling

Mark Birch (left) with Roddy Collins

Brian Wake (right) scores on his debut in 2002

Glenn Murray

Simon Hackney

Adam Collin

 New United signing Richie Bennett
New United signing Richie Bennett
Remembering other players who have taken the non-league route to Carlisle United
Carlisle may not have often dipped into the non-league ranks in recent seasons but Richie Bennett, finally signed from Barrow last week after a long chase, is hardly alone in following such a route to Brunton Park.

Reds' Conor Tinnion: "We will be disappointed if we aren’t there or thereabouts"

 Reds' Conor Tinnion: "We will be disappointed if we aren’t there or thereabouts"
Reds' Conor Tinnion: "We will be disappointed if we aren’t there or thereabouts"
Player of the Year Conor Tinnion targets another promotion push with Workington Reds
Workington Reds’ Player of the Year Conor Tinnion thinks it would be a “cop out” if the club did not target promotion in 2017-18.

Robert Sharp

A man has died following a crash on the A74M last night

A man has died following a crash on the A74M last night

 Robert Sharp
Robert Sharp
Man who died after crash on motorway north of Carlisle named by police
Police have named a man who died following a serious collision on the motorway north of Carlisle.

Davy Holt

 Davy Holt
Davy Holt
Musician set for family tribute at Passchendaele commemorations
The emotions will be running high for a singer-songwriter when he performs in front of hundreds of people just yards from a World War One battlefield.
M6 reopens following crash near Carlisle
The M6 has reopened following a crash earlier today.

On the ball: Reds' Dave Symington

Pleased: Workington's joint-manager Lee Andrews

 On the ball: Reds' Dave Symington
On the ball: Reds' Dave Symington
Joint-boss Lee Andrews pleased with Reds' friendly win against Gretna 2008
Workington Reds enjoyed a winning return to action after nearly a fortnight without a game.

Chance: Reds' Conor Tinnion takes a shot at the Gretna goal

In the thick of it: Gretna’s Lewis Jolly is challenged by Reds’ Jamie Mellon

 Chance: Reds' Conor Tinnion takes a shot at the Gretna goal
Chance: Reds' Conor Tinnion takes a shot at the Gretna goal
Workington Reds come from behind to beat Gretna 2008 in pre-season friendly
Workington Reds 3 Gretna 2008 1

Clearing his lines: Penrith's Grant Davidson sends the ball forward

On the ball: Rob McCartney leaves Davidson on the deck

Getting stuck in: Penrith's Matty Moynan and Carlisle City's Darren Addison battle for the ball

 Clearing his lines: Penrith's Grant Davidson sends the ball forward
Clearing his lines: Penrith's Grant Davidson sends the ball forward
Penrith and Carlisle City both look to build on mid-table finishes last season
Penrith get the better of Carlisle City at Gillford Park as the two Cumbrian non-league clubs continue to prepare for the new season

Lee Andrews

 Lee Andrews
Lee Andrews
Workington Reds players can stake a claim to start season opener, says boss Lee Andrews
Workington Reds' players can make the shirts their own in tonight's friendly against Gretna FC 2008, according to joint-boss Lee Andrews.

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.

Workington Reds' Dan Wordsworth in action against Whitehaven in the opening friendly

STUART WALKER

 Workington Reds' Dan Wordsworth in action against Whitehaven in the opening friendly STUART WALKER
Workington Reds' Dan Wordsworth in action against Whitehaven in the opening friendly STUART WALKER
Workington Reds squeeze in another pre-season friendly
Workington Reds have added another friendly to their pre-season schedule.