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A sailing charity is planning to stage a mock sea rescue in Maryport's harbour at the weekend.

Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball

Workington Juniors v Cockermouth U15s. Workington's Jack Rossi on the ball.

Pictures: John Story

Workington's Jack Swinburne on the ball

Workington's Cameron Hendren on the ball

Workington's Josh Hoggarth on the ball

Cockermouth's James Pawson on the ball

Cockermouth's Adam Ashfield on the ball

Cockermouth's Regan Stephenson on the ball

The Workington goalkeeper clears the corner ball

Workington's Jack Rossi on the ball

Cockermouth's Adam Ashfield on the ball

 Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball
Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball
County youth cup match abandoned after injury
The Under-16 County Cup clash between Workington Juniors and Cockermouth U15s had to be abandoned at the weekend through injury.

Irish Street in Whitehaven closed due to damage caused by ex hurricane Ophelia

 Irish Street in Whitehaven closed due to damage caused by ex hurricane Ophelia
Irish Street in Whitehaven closed due to damage caused by ex hurricane Ophelia
Cumbria left battered by storm Ophelia
VIDEO: 100mph gusts, buildings damaged, roads closed and 1,000 homes without power

trawler rescue Maryport pic: Sue Restan

 trawler rescue Maryport pic: Sue Restan
trawler rescue Maryport pic: Sue Restan
Rescuers called out after ex-trawler battered by Storm Ophelia
VIDEO: Owner taken to safety after moorings snapped

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Dog saved from harbour drowning
A new hero has emerged from Storm Ophelia after a West Cumbrian publican rescued a dog from stormy seas.

The existing constituency boundaries in dark blue, with the proposed constituencies in light blue. Image courtesy of the Boundary Commission for England.

 The existing constituency boundaries in dark blue, with the proposed constituencies in light blue. Image courtesy of the Boundary Commission for England.
The existing constituency boundaries in dark blue, with the proposed constituencies in light blue. Image courtesy of the Boundary Commission for England.
Proposed Cumbrian boundary changes: How is your constituency affected?
Fresh proposals have been tabled to change the boundaries of Cumbria's Parliamentary constituencies.

Grasslot's Dean Scholey and Cosmos' Aarron Waterfield challenge for the ball

Grasslot's Dean Scholey on the ball

Grasslot's Alex Humphrey on the ball

FC Cosmos Piotr Zlatko holds and Sam Beatty for Grasslot Welfare challenge for the ball

Grasslot's Ryan Porter on the ball against FC Cosmos

FC Cosmos' penalty beats Grasslot keeper Liam Hanley

FC Cosmos' Ryan McCourt on the ball against Grasslot Welfare

Cosmos' Dylan Elsworth with Grasslot's Alex Humphrey

FC Cosmos' Piotr Zlatko holds off Sam Beatty for Grasslot

FC Cosmos' Callum Gearing clears the ball

FC Cosmos' Piotr Zlatko on the ball

FC Cosmos' Dean Methven challenges for the high ball

Grasslot's Zac Little wheels away after scoring

Cosmos' Piotr Zlatko on the ball

FC Cosmos' John Sparks on the ball against Grasslot Welfare as Sam Beatty closes in

 Grasslot's Dean Scholey and Cosmos' Aarron Waterfield challenge for the ball
Grasslot's Dean Scholey and Cosmos' Aarron Waterfield challenge for the ball
Maryport rumbled but good wins for Grasslot and Blue Bell in County Cup
Horrendous weather couldn't keep West Cumbrian footballers from their pitches as the County Sunday Cup rumbled on at the weekend.

Irish Street closed due to roof debris

Irish Street closed due to roof debris

Gloomy skies above Carlisle

Eerie red sun appears in the gloomy skies above the rooftops of Carlisle

Gloomy skies above Carlisle

Gloomy skies above Carlisle

Eerie red sun appears in the gloomy skies above the rooftops of Carlisle

 Irish Street closed due to roof debris
Irish Street closed due to roof debris
Ophelia: 92mph wind gusts, roofs damaged and trees down as storm hits Cumbria
VIDEO: Live track Ophelia, as it hits Cumbria

Northern Rail train

 Northern Rail train
Northern Rail train
Northern Rail forced to cancel service in Cumbria
Rail passengers may face disruption in Cumbria tonight as Northern is forced to cancel another of its services.

Janice Watson from Prosecco Al Fresco

Lidl organic Prosecco Spumante

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 Janice Watson from Prosecco Al Fresco
Janice Watson from Prosecco Al Fresco
Experts rubbish claims of a 'hangover-free prosecco'
While "hangover-free" prosecco sounds like a great night out, there are concerns it could encourage binge drinking and is just the latest gimmick to tap into the thirst for the Italian wine.

Mark William Whitehead

 Mark William Whitehead
Mark William Whitehead
Cumbrian shoplifter banned from shops
A shoplifter described by police as a menace to businesses has been jailed and banned from shops in two Cumbrian towns.

Stephen Eames

 Stephen Eames
Stephen Eames
Health boss to face questions in Maryport over plan to remove hospital beds
A leading Cumbrian health boss will face questions in Maryport next week amid concerns that beds are to be removed from the local hospital imminently.

Selby Terrace Maryport

 Selby Terrace Maryport
Selby Terrace Maryport
Maryport residents' anxious wait as river levels rise
Tina Allardice got these photos and videos as she faced an anxious wait as the River Ellen in Maryport rose on Wednesday.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Inshore rescue members Tracy Messenger, left, Dave topliss and Mike Messenger receive a cheque for £333 from Diane Stevenson's birthday bash.

 HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Inshore rescue members Tracy Messenger, left, Dave topliss and Mike Messenger receive a cheque for £333 from Diane Stevenson's birthday bash.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Inshore rescue members Tracy Messenger, left, Dave topliss and Mike Messenger receive a cheque for £333 from Diane Stevenson's birthday bash.
Cumbrian woman's birthday gift to the lifeboat
A WEST Cumbrian woman with the sea in her blood used her 70th birthday to raise more than £300 for a voluntary lifeboat crew.

Catherine O'Donnell

England Women's Abbie Scott

 Catherine O'Donnell
Catherine O'Donnell
Talented Cumbrian rugby union stars named in England training squad
Two local rugby union stars have been called up to the England women's training squad.

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Flooding between Blennerhasset and Bagrow

Flooding on the old railway line under the bridge near Seaton Village Hall

 Plumbland
Plumbland
WITH VIDEO: Cars still stranded in floods after storm hits Cumbria
Cars are continuing to get trapped in floodwater as roads across the county remain underwater.

Lidl will launch its "hangover-free" prosecco on Thursday.

 Lidl will launch its "hangover-free" prosecco on Thursday.
Lidl will launch its "hangover-free" prosecco on Thursday.
"Hangover-free" prosecco set to hit the shelves of Cumbria
A supermarket chain with stores across Cumbria is set to launch "hangover-free" prosecco.
Police appeal to trace group that flashed at girl in McDonald's
Police are hunting a group of young men who exposed themselves to a teenage girl while she sat inside a fast-food restaurant.

The First Step team in Barrow

The First Step team in Barrow - team leader Michele King, senior psychotherapist David Sandford and cognitive behaviour therapist (CBT) Sylvia Bradley. Photo: JON GRANGER

People with anxiety and depression in Cumbria set to receive new online therapy
A SUCCESSFUL mental health service in Cumbria is set to launch an online therapy course for people suffering from a range of illnesses including depression and anxiety.

The Avexis robot is lowered into a compartment at the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo.

An operator controls the Avexis robot as it navigates through the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo.

 The Avexis robot is lowered into a compartment at the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo.
The Avexis robot is lowered into a compartment at the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo.
Cumbrian robot goes to work at Sellafield
A Cumbrian robot has been used to help clean up Sellafield's most hazardous nuclear waste store.
Delays on M6 after car and trailer overturn
Motorists travelling north into Cumbria have been warned to expect delays this evening.
Man grabbed by throat near post office
A man was grabbed by the throat and threatened by two men near a West Cumbrian post office.
Pack Horse go through in Workington Sunday League Cup with 5-0 win
Pack Horse's 5-0 rout of Blue Bell saw them progress in the Workington Sunday League Cup in style.
Whitehaven AFC Blue keep pressure on leaders in West Cumbria Youth League Under-12s division
Whitehaven AFC Blue Under-12s kept in touch with league leaders Cleator Moor Celtic in the West Cumbria Youth League as they ran out 9-1 winners at Senhouse Stars.

The Shap Chippy in Shap

The Old Keswickian chip shop, Keswick

The Plough Inn, Wreay near Carlisle

Fancy fish and chips? Here's where to get the best in Cumbria - according to tripadvisor
Chippies and pubs from across the county feature in the list

Autumn colours on a forest trail. Grizedale Forest. PIC: Forestry Commission.

The annual stag rutting within the herd of Red Deer at Lowther near Penrith

Grey seals by Sally Tapp.

Oystercatchers by Steve Waterhouse.

Haweswater by Patrick Neaves.

Red squirrel by Peter Trimming.

Greenshank by Derek Moore.

Pink-footed-geese by Ron Mitchell.

Short-eared owl by Amy Lewis.

The fly agaric mushroom by Scott Petrek.

 Autumn colours on a forest trail. Grizedale Forest. PIC: Forestry Commission.
Autumn colours on a forest trail. Grizedale Forest. PIC: Forestry Commission.
Amazing autumn in Cumbria: The special sights to see, what's on and where to go
The changing colours of the season are creating some amazing scenes and events in Cumbria - and a guide has been produced so everyone can enjoy nature at its best.

Mote Hill, Maryport

 Mote Hill, Maryport
Mote Hill, Maryport
Paths damaged by Storm Desmond likely to remain closed until next April
Residents claim Maryport is being neglected after it was revealed that two popular paths damaged by Storm Desmond are likely to remain closed until at least April next year.
Work begins on new £1.8m West Cumbrian housing development
Work has begun on a £1.8 million scheme to provide much-needed one and two bedroom homes in Maryport.

Ewanrigg Local Trust workers Miriam Ulyatt, right, and Kate Whitmarsh, centre, with Fun Palace materials

 Ewanrigg Local Trust workers Miriam Ulyatt, right, and Kate Whitmarsh, centre, with Fun Palace materials
Ewanrigg Local Trust workers Miriam Ulyatt, right, and Kate Whitmarsh, centre, with Fun Palace materials
Fun on offer at Maryport's own palace this weekend
There is some right royal fun happening in Maryport this weekend and there is even a "throne" to prove it.

Frank Giecco views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone

Work continues at the archaeological dig

Work continues at the archaeological dig

Trainee Archaeologist Holly-Ann Carl with one of the rings

One of the rings

A rare Roman coin from the second century

Diocletian Roman coin from the second century:

Colin Glover Leader of Carlisle City Council, Frank Giecco and Kevin Mounsey from Wardell Armstrong, Mike Rayson from Carlisle Cricket Club and Fred Story founder of Story Contracting and Story Homes

A bronze hairpin and a semi precious stone

Work continues at the archaeological dig

Work continues at the archaeological dig

More walls and artifacts have been uncovered

 Frank Giecco views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone
Frank Giecco views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone
WITH VIDEO: Carlisle Cricket Club site gives up yet more of its fascinating Roman history
As a month-long dig at Carlisle Cricket Club nears its conclusion, Phil Coleman reports on its fascinating finds.