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Mike Vose

Gary Quigley, right, receives a Star Award from Peter McCall watched by Joe Murray


          Mike Vose
Mike Vose
Cumbrian pub landlords praised for work to tackle trouble
Bar bosses have been hailed for their work to tackle trouble.

Victim: David Bennell

 Victim: David Bennell
Victim: David Bennell
Death crash trial driver says horror will live with him forever
A motorist on trial over a horror crash which led to a pensioner's death has told jurors: "I will carry that with me for the rest of my life."

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.

Cheryl Hall with her French Bulldog Barley after winning the Most Handsome Dog (Pedigree) class

Michael and Dawn Sparkes with their dogs Tilly and Toby

Doctor Dog, aka town councillor Paul Titley, was the compere

Deb Clarke with her collie Safa who is about to undergo training to be a therapy dog

Ellis Armstrong plays with her dog Layla as they wait for the judge in the waggiest tail class

John Watson with his Pug Indie after winning the Cutest Bitch (Pedigree) class

The Carss family - Claire and children Ollie and Maisy - won the waggiest class with their labrador Buckley

From left, Sophie Smith, Grace Gill and Evie Megan won the best veteran dog class with Titan

Organiser Tony Lywood

Scruffs Fun Dog Show

Scruffs Fun Dog Show

Scruffs Fun Dog Show

Scruffs Fun Dog Show

 Cheryl Hall with her French Bulldog Barley after winning the Most Handsome Dog (Pedigree) class
Cheryl Hall with her French Bulldog Barley after winning the Most Handsome Dog (Pedigree) class
Scruffs dog show big hit as part of Keswick's Midsummer Festival
Six-hundred dogs made the trip to Keswick to take part in a much-loved fun dog show.

Ben Davidson in action in the field

Carlisle bowler Phil Frazer

Keswick batsman Geeth Kumara

Keswick's Stephen Moss

Henry Walker bowling

 Ben Davidson in action in the field
Ben Davidson in action in the field
Returning opener Daniel Gomersall stars with the bat in Carlisle's win over Keswick at Edenside
Carlisle were indebted to batsmen Daniel Gomersall and Justin Greaves as they secured a five-wicket win over Keswick at Edenside.

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Neil Cooper, of Penrith Arragon's Cumbrian Triathlon Club

Cezary Lewucha, of Carlisle

David Ferrier, of Westnewton, Keswick Tri Club

Event organisers Marie Whitehead, right, and Phil Whitehead, left, with first man back Joe Duckworth

Ulverston Tri Club's Michael Gregory

Ulverston Tri Club's Darren Eccles

Ryan Wood, of Ulverston Tri Club

Michael Maxwell, of Distington

Peter Glencross, of Bolton Low Houses

Matt Riley, of Keswick Tri Club, with Marcio Tomaz Bonifacio, of relay team Old Men Tri-ing

Anthony Wright, of Wigton

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Andrew Jackson, of Whitehaven West Cumbria Tri

Lee Anderson, of West Cumbria Tri

Des Morris, of Tri Lakeland

Mark Blackwell, of West Cumbria Tri

Ulverston Tri Club members at the start

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Anthony Wright

Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Tri Club, with his family

Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Triathlon Club, finished second

Winner Joe Duckworth, of Chorley

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Overall relay team winners Team Salter, from left, Osicki Artur, Paul Evans and Wayne Somers

Organisers Marie Whitehead and Phil Whitehead, left, with two members of the winning male relay team Old Men Tri-ing, Marcio Bonifacio, second left, and Shaun Lea

Organisers Marie Whitehead, right, and Phil Whitehead with first woman back Nicola King

With organisers Phil Whitehead and Marie Whitehead, right, are the top three female competitors, from left, third placed Alison Matthews, first woman Nicola King and second placed Amy Earnshaw

Lakesman 2017 presentation event

 Lakesman Triathlon 2017
Lakesman Triathlon 2017
Almost 400 athletes took part in the gruelling Lakesman triathlon at Keswick - a 2.4-mile swim in Derwentwater, a 112-mile bike ride and a marathon foot race

Members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were called to help a woman who had twisted her knee on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Keswick MRT

Members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were called to help a woman who had twisted her knee on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Keswick MRT

 Members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were called to help a woman who had twisted her knee on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Keswick MRT
Members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were called to help a woman who had twisted her knee on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Keswick MRT
Rescuers called to help injured Lake District walker
A woman taking part in a charity event had to be rescued after twisting her knee.

Tough test: The Keswick Warriors team, from Keswick Rugby Club, lined up against the Brownlees

 Tough test: The Keswick Warriors team, from Keswick Rugby Club, lined up against the Brownlees
Tough test: The Keswick Warriors team, from Keswick Rugby Club, lined up against the Brownlees
Charity triathlon, hosted by Keswick Rugby Club, includes an appearance from the Brownlee brothers
A recent charity triathlon challenge included an appearance from the Brownlee brothers.

Sophie Archer with mum Hatti and dad Dave

Jenny Mewett and sons Oscar, left and Tyla

Keeping dry at the festival

Waters Edge on stage

 Sophie Archer with mum Hatti and dad Dave
Sophie Archer with mum Hatti and dad Dave
Rock night kicks off three-day Keswick Midsummer Festival
Rock 'n' roll fans kicked off a weekend of fun at Keswick's Midsummer Festival.
Views sought on flood defence options for West Cumbria
A ford could be created on a main Workington road to help protect homes from future flooding.

The scene at Langstrath in Borrowdale as the 59-year-old walker was rescued.

 The scene at Langstrath in Borrowdale as the 59-year-old walker was rescued.
The scene at Langstrath in Borrowdale as the 59-year-old walker was rescued.
Mountain rescuers help man, 59, overcome by heat while walking in Borrowdale
Keswick Mountain Rescue Team helped a 59-year-old man who was overcome by heat while he and a friend were walking in Borrowdale.

The footbridge is put into place

The footbridge is lifted into place

People watch as the new footbridge is lifted into place

 The footbridge is put into place
The footbridge is put into place
New footbridge replacing one damaged in floods put in place in Keswick park
Cumbria took another step forward in its return to normality following the floods - as a new bridge was lowered into place.
Lakesman triathlon hailed an economic success for Cumbrian community
Sunday's Lakesman triathlon has been hailed a success, with organisers estimating that it could have exceeded the £1.5 million that last year's inaugural event brought into the local economy.

Filming of BBC's drama The A Word, about a dysfunctional family who live in the Lakes, pictured is actor Ted Robbins, left, on location near Keswick, 20 June 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088252F025.JPG

Christopher Eccleston on location

Actor Greg McHugh

Local runners are extras in the drama. Actor Greg McHugh talks to some of them

Actor Christopher Eccleston, centre, on location near Keswick

Local runners are extras

Filming near Keswick

Sandra Gattward is one of the extras

Filming near Keswick

Actor Ted Robbins

Actor Max Vento plays Joe in the series

Filming of BBC's drama The A Word

Filming of BBC's drama The A Word

Actor Christopher Eccleston, centre

Filming of BBC's drama The A Word

Actor Max Vento who plays Joe

Keswick AC members Mike Mallen, left, and Alan Davidson

Local runners were used as extras

Local runners were used as extras

Filming of BBC's drama The A Word

Actor Greg McHugh

Actors Greg McHugh, left, and Ted Robbins

Filming of BBC's drama The A Word

Local runners were used as extras

Actor Ted Robbins on location

 Filming of BBC's drama The A Word, about a dysfunctional family who live in the Lakes, pictured is actor Ted Robbins, left, on location near Keswick, 20 June 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088252F025.JPG
Filming of BBC's drama The A Word, about a dysfunctional family who live in the Lakes, pictured is actor Ted Robbins, left, on location near Keswick, 20 June 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088252F025.JPG
On set with the stars of BBC TV's hit drama The A Word
The team behind the hit TV show The A Word are back in the Lake District for a new series. Kelly Pattison went on location

Confident stroke: Keswick 3rds' captain Karl Link bats against Nunwick 2nds (Photos: Ben Challis)

Leg peg: Nunwick's Colin Bradshaw is bowled by Rob Dixon

 Confident stroke: Keswick 3rds' captain Karl Link bats against Nunwick 2nds (Photos: Ben Challis)
Confident stroke: Keswick 3rds' captain Karl Link bats against Nunwick 2nds (Photos: Ben Challis)
Braithwaite miss the chance to stay top of the Eden Valley Cricket League Premier Division
Glorious, hot, sunny weather - the complete opposite of last week ensured a full programme took place.

Blencathra Foxhounds in Keswick

 Blencathra Foxhounds in Keswick
Blencathra Foxhounds in Keswick
Queen's Speech: Cumbrian hunts insist chase to repeal ban is still on
Foxhunting was left out of the Queen's Speech, but in Cumbria the chase is still on for a repeal of the hunting ban.

Actor Christopher Eccleston, centre, on location near Keswick

 Actor Christopher Eccleston, centre, on location near Keswick
Actor Christopher Eccleston, centre, on location near Keswick
Hit BBC tv drama returns to Cumbria for new series
The cast and crew of hit television drama The A Word have been back to Cumbria to film their final Lake District scenes for the forthcoming second series.

Duncan Booth

 Duncan Booth
Duncan Booth
MS fundraiser Duncan Booth prepares to cycle to Sweden for charity
A Keswick man with multiple sclerosis is planning to cycle from to Sweden to raise £2,000 for the MS Society.

Dani Hope, Gillian Kavanagh and Leah Davies at last year's event

 Dani Hope, Gillian Kavanagh and Leah Davies at last year's event
Dani Hope, Gillian Kavanagh and Leah Davies at last year's event
Druids turn out to celebrate summer solstice
As the sun rose over Cumbria this morning, a small crowd gathered to celebrate the summer solstice in the heart of the county.

The new bridge for Fitz Park, Keswick

 The new bridge for Fitz Park, Keswick
The new bridge for Fitz Park, Keswick
Footbridge to rejoin Cumbrian town split by floods
An important pedestrian bridge destroyed during Storm Desmond, is finally due to be reinstated.

Castlerigg Stone Circle

 Castlerigg Stone Circle
Castlerigg Stone Circle
Summer solstice: The longest day of the year explained
The summer solstice takes place at 4.24am tomorrow (June 21).
Lakesman triathlon athletes celebrated at presentation ceremony
Remarkable athletes who conquered the gruelling Lakesman triathlon in brutal conditions were celebrated today.

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017 winner Joe Duckworth, of Chorley

Paul Rodger, of Ulverston Triathlon Club, who came second with his family

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman Triathlon swim start

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Ulverston Tri Club members at the start

Competitor Anthony Wright

Lakesman 2017

Andrew Jackson

Mark Blackwell

Christopher McKee

Des Morris

Lee Anderson, of Frizington, West Cumbria Tri Lakesman Triathlon 2017 Keswick June 18 2017 Pic: Mark Regan

Andrew Jackson

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Lakesman Triathlon 2017

Anthony Wright

Matt Riley with Marcia Tomaz Bonifacio

Peter Glencross

Michael Maxwell

Will Coulthard

Ryan Wood

Ryan Wood

Michael Gregory

Darren Eccles

Christopher Lee Durkin

Michael Gregory

Toby Harling

Neil Cooper

Cezary Lewucha

Neil Cooper

David Ferrier

Volunteers at the finish line showing off their T-shirts

Amanda Kirtley

 Lakesman 2017
Lakesman 2017
400 take part in Lakesman triathlon in Cumbria's Lake District
It was a tri-ing time for almost 400 athletes in Keswick as the gruelling Lakesman triathlon came to town.

Leg side stroke: Cleator's David Rooney bowling to Workington's Greg Platten

Hitting out: Workington's Andrew Ireland

Ready to go: Cleator bowler Darren Clarke

 Leg side stroke: Cleator's David Rooney bowling to Workington's Greg Platten
Leg side stroke: Cleator's David Rooney bowling to Workington's Greg Platten
Carlisle slip to a six-wicket defeat at Furness in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division
Carlisle slipped to a six-wicket defeat at Furness in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division.

Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store.

Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director.

Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish.

Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.

 Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store. Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director. Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish. Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.
Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store. Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director. Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish. Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.
Cranstons store revamp good for suppliers
Cranstons has highlighted the firms from Cumbria and southern Scotland which will supply its revamped Carlisle store.

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Lakesman 2017

Hundreds of athletes tackle Lakesman Triathlon 2017
See our live coverage of the Lakesman Triathlon 2017 in Keswick.

The start of the Lakesman triathlon

Chris Freer

 The start of the Lakesman triathlon
Chris Freer
The start of the Lakesman triathlon
Lakesman 2017: Road closures in full
The Lakesman triathlon will take place in West Cumbria on Sunday.

Andrew Lysser

 Andrew Lysser
Andrew Lysser
Cumbrian councillor's miracle escape at 2,000ft
An adventure-loving former Cumbrian mayor had a miracle escape after a bird-strike wrecked his gyrocopter at 2,000ft.

Wind battered: Keswick Mountain Festival Village today.

Weather beaten: Keswick Mountain Festival Village today.

 Wind battered: Keswick Mountain Festival Village today.
Wind battered: Keswick Mountain Festival Village today.
Strong winds cause problems for last day of Keswick Mountain Festival
Strong windy weather has marred the final day of the hugely popular Keswick Mountain Festival.

Booths

 Booths
Booths
Mean purse thief targets 93-year-old woman outside supermarket
A callous thief who stole a 93-year-old Cumbrian woman's purse is being hunted by police.