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VIDEO: Dearham man explores abandoned West Cumbrian building
A Dearham amateur videographer filmed the interior of the derelict pencil factory building in Keswick ahead of its redevelopment.

Whitehaven's Connor Jennings on the run against Keswick

 Whitehaven's Connor Jennings on the run against Keswick
Whitehaven's Connor Jennings on the run against Keswick
Whitehaven look to end their season on a high as they look to move up to North Lancs Cumbria
Whitehaven bid to end their season on a high tomorrow when they contest the promotion play-off place for a move up to North Lancs Cumbria.

Megan Rathbone (photo: Robert Rathbone)

 Megan Rathbone (photo: Robert Rathbone)
Megan Rathbone (photo: Robert Rathbone)
Granddaughter of Keswick shop owners picks up bronze medal on Great Britain debut in Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship
The granddaughter of Keswick shop owners Tony and Jean Rathbone picked up a bronze medal when she made her Great Britain debut in the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship.

From left, Caroline Quinn and her sons Beau and Louix, David and Julia Hogarth, Rachael Hogarth-Morley with daughter Beatrix and son Frankie, and Sasha Hogarth

Top, Sasha Hogarth, Louix Quinn, David Hogarth; centre, Rachael Hogarth-Morley with Beatrix Hogarth-Morley on knee, Frankie-Thomas Hogarth-Morley, Beau Quinn, Julia Hogarth, Caroline Quinn, family dog Tiggy (Mrs Tiggywinkle). Photo: Kerry Clarke, Imagery Carlisle

 From left, Caroline Quinn and her sons Beau and Louix, David and Julia Hogarth, Rachael Hogarth-Morley with daughter Beatrix and son Frankie, and Sasha Hogarth
From left, Caroline Quinn and her sons Beau and Louix, David and Julia Hogarth, Rachael Hogarth-Morley with daughter Beatrix and son Frankie, and Sasha Hogarth
Lakes Cottage Holidays in line for award
Well-known Hogarth family in the finals of business competition as daughter Rachael says even the grandchildren get involved.

Workington's pro Kaushalya Gajasinghe has arrived back this week

 Workington's pro Kaushalya Gajasinghe has arrived back this week
Workington's pro Kaushalya Gajasinghe has arrived back this week
Workington gearing up for North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division title defence
Workington are shaping up for the defence of their North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division crown with a new man at the helm.

Keswick's Jamie D'Leny bowls against Edenhall

 Keswick's Jamie D'Leny bowls against Edenhall
Keswick's Jamie D'Leny bowls against Edenhall
The 2017 Eden Valley Cricket League is set to begin on Saturday
Ernie Brabbins previews the forthcoming season

June Venus, left, with Carol Sharp

 June Venus, left, with Carol Sharp
June Venus, left, with Carol Sharp
Nine Cumbrian primary schools could lose £850,000 in funding cuts
Nine headteachers say their schools are together projected to lose more than £850,000 over the next two years, as fears about funding in schools is debated in Cumbria.
Vandals break into flood-hit Cumbrian museum
A Cumbria museum under refurbishment after being flooded has been hit by vandals.

Cowper school of dance

Rehearsals

 Cowper school of dance
Cowper school of dance
Cumbrian dancers to perform on Broadway
A group of west Cumbrian dancers have been selected to perform at a Broadway theatre.
Gritters to salt routes across Cumbria as temperatures drop
Cumbria's gritters are salting a number of key roads across the county tonight.
Fell runner hospitalised after falling during Cumbrian race
A fell runner collapsed and suffered a broken collar bone during the Anniversary Waltz race in the Lake District.

The aurora in Cumbria. Picture: Happy Days Photography/Mark McNeill

The aurora in Cumbria. Picture: Happy Days Photography/Mark McNeill

The aurora in Cumbria. Picture: Happy Days Photography/Mark McNeill

 The aurora in Cumbria. Picture: Happy Days Photography/Mark McNeill
The aurora in Cumbria. Picture: Happy Days Photography/Mark McNeill
Incredible images of Northern Lights captured by photographer in Cumbria
THESE fantastic pictures of the Northern Lights were taken in Cumbria over the weekend.

Visitors from across the area will be heading to Muncaster Castle to sample the traditional Cumbrian sausage this weekend

Last year's Sausage Festival at Muncaster Castle

 Visitors from across the area will be heading to Muncaster Castle to sample the traditional Cumbrian sausage this weekend
Visitors from across the area will be heading to Muncaster Castle to sample the traditional Cumbrian sausage this weekend
Great British banger to be celebrated in style at Cumbrian castle
The great British banger will be celebrated in style at a Cumbrian castle.

A Virgin train in the Lake District.

The Cumbrian Spirit unveiled by Andrew Hunter from Grasmere Gingerbread while Anna Doran, general manager of Virgin Trains, looks on.

Ian Stephens, of Cumbria Tourism.

 A Virgin train in the Lake District.
A Virgin train in the Lake District.
Record number of journeys from London to Cumbria
Railway operator Virgin Trains has recorded a record number of journeys between London and Cumbria in the last year.

View of Catbells across Derwent Water

 View of Catbells across Derwent Water
View of Catbells across Derwent Water
Row erupts over plans for 65-space car park beside Cumbrian fell
A Lake District protection charity has criticised plans for a car park at the foot of one Cumbria's most iconic fells.

Shaun Monaghan

 Shaun Monaghan
Shaun Monaghan
Popular Cumbrian headteacher announces he is stepping down
A popular Cumbrian headteacher says it will be "a wrench" leaving behind his beloved school.

Keswick Mountain Rescue Teamhelping a 45-year-old woman down after she suffered a serious ankle injury.

 Keswick Mountain Rescue Teamhelping a 45-year-old woman down after she suffered a serious ankle injury.
Keswick Mountain Rescue Teamhelping a 45-year-old woman down after she suffered a serious ankle injury.
Rescuers help woman with serious ankle injury
Members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were scrambled to help a 45-year-old woman who had suffered a serious ankle injury after a slip.

Keswick captain Aaron Thompson and his team-mates celebrate with the Cumbria Cup after beating Whitehaven in the final

Whitehaven's Connor Jennings

Keswick's Jamie McKenzie after scoring the try that sealed the cup final win

Keswick's Dean Robinson gets the ball away to set up a try

 Keswick captain Aaron Thompson and his team-mates celebrate with the Cumbria Cup after beating Whitehaven in the final
Keswick captain Aaron Thompson and his team-mates celebrate with the Cumbria Cup after beating Whitehaven in the final
Keswick lift the Cumbria League Cup and complete the double
Keswick 23-11 Whitehaven

Members from Bassenthwaite Rotary Club erect a fell top cafe on Latrigg overlooking Keswick

Ian Wallace of the Bassenthwaite Rotary Club kept the bacon and sausages coming at the club's fell top cafe on Latrigg Fell.

Members from Bassenthwaite Rotary Club erect a fell top cafe on Latrigg overlooking Keswick

Zack Simpson from Carlisle tucks into a bacon butty

Mountain biker Grieg Hill spots the Rotary Club's fell top cafe as they ride up Latrigg Fell.

 Members from Bassenthwaite Rotary Club erect a fell top cafe on Latrigg overlooking Keswick
Members from Bassenthwaite Rotary Club erect a fell top cafe on Latrigg overlooking Keswick
Walkers enjoy Cumbria's felltop pop-up cafe
Walkers , runners and mountain bikers were taken aback when they came across a pop up cafe on top of a Lake District fell.

Mark Weir who reopen the slate mine at Honister as a adventure attraction in 1997.

Jan Wilkinson

 Mark Weir who reopen the slate mine at Honister as a adventure attraction in 1997.
Mark Weir who reopen the slate mine at Honister as a adventure attraction in 1997.
Mark’s mining legacy lives on in Cumbria
This month marks 20 years since the late Mark Weir reopened the working slate mine and adventure attraction at the head of Honister Pass. His partner, Jan Wilkinson, tells Michaela Robinson-Tate what’s next - and what Mark would think of Honister today
Experience an outdoor cafe with a difference this Easter
A cafe with a difference will be open for business on Easter Sunday.

Doug Maw

 Doug Maw
Doug Maw
Marathon bid to highlight plight of animals used in experiments
The Cumbria campaigner behind a petition against using animal fat in £5 notes is now taking on the London Marathon to stop animals being used in laboratories.

Egremont are hoping for a big turn out at Bleach Green

 Egremont are hoping for a big turn out at Bleach Green
Egremont are hoping for a big turn out at Bleach Green
Egremont to stage Cumbria's home game against Leicestershire in the Bill Beaumont County Championship
Egremont have been given the honour of staging Cumbria’s home game in the Bill Beaumont County Championship next month.

Graham Kendall

 Graham Kendall
Graham Kendall
Call for action to make town centre safer as trips and falls 'costing NHS thousands'
A call has been made for drastic action to be taken in Keswick town centre to make it safer for locals and visitors.

A swollen River Greta in Keswick where the footbridge was washed away

 A swollen River Greta in Keswick where the footbridge was washed away
A swollen River Greta in Keswick where the footbridge was washed away
New footbridge to be installed at flood-hit Keswick park
A new bridge will be lifted into place next month at Fitz Park in Keswick.

St Benedict's Rugby Union coach Ian McQuire

 St Benedict's Rugby Union coach Ian McQuire
St Benedict's Rugby Union coach Ian McQuire
St Benedict's sweating on five-point penalty
St Benedict's are sweating on a five-point penalty, although the Mirehouse club should have done enough to retain their North One West status.

Douglas Newham

 Douglas Newham
Douglas Newham
War veteran's parking fine for over-running Carlisle hospital appointment
A decorated war veteran is facing a £130 fine or even court action after his hospital appointment unexpectedly overran.
Walkers to retrace Wordsworth's steps in Cumbrian Fair Trade hike
Walkers will retrace the steps of William Wordsworth along the daffodil-covered banks of Ullswater which inspired his most famous work.

The annual trips see 50 adults with disabilities enjoy outdoor activities

Calvert Trust

The annual trips build confidence and help people realise their abilities

Calvert Trust

Rotary District 1190 organises the trips

Calvert Trust

Rotary District 1190 organises the trips

Calvert Trust

The annual trips see 50 adults with disabilities enjoy outdoor activities

Calvert Trust

The annual trips see 50 adults with disabilities enjoy outdoor activities

Calvert Trust

The annual trips see 50 adults with disabilities enjoy outdoor activities

Calvert Trust

Rotary District 1190 organises the visits

Calvert Trust

 The annual trips see 50 adults with disabilities enjoy outdoor activities
Calvert Trust
The annual trips see 50 adults with disabilities enjoy outdoor activities
Calvert Trust adventure weeks help disabled find out what they are capable of doing
It's a trip that helps those with disabilities realise their full potential and develop their independence. Jenny Brown reports on the latest adventure.

Ballot box

 Ballot box
Ballot box
Cumbria County Council elections: candidates named for May 4 vote
The political future of Cumbria County Council is up for grabs with the full list of candidates for election day on May 4 published.