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Engineers restore power to over 5,000 homes in west Cumbria
Catering van sent to provide hot food and drink to residents

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

Shackles Off at the Police and Crime Commissioner Community Awards Ceremony earlier this year.

 Shackles Off at the Police and Crime Commissioner Community Awards Ceremony earlier this year.
Shackles Off at the Police and Crime Commissioner Community Awards Ceremony earlier this year.
Boost for Shackles Off project
Double celebrations are taking place at the Shackles Off youth project in Seascale.
Month's worth of rain falls in Cumbria as waters leave drivers trapped
A month's worth of rain has fallen in Cumbria as emergency services have dealt with flooding across the county.

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Librar

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library

The Rotary Club of Whitehaven has raised £620 for Macmillan Cancer Support

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Seascale Libray. 6 Oct 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Event organisers, Cumbria County Council Community Service Officers, left Rachel Harouis and Anne Carruthers.

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Seascale Libray. 6 Oct 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Left Edna Barnard and Anne Pooley.

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Seascale Libray. 6 Oct 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Jean Caulfield from Seascale, a piece of cake and a bit of light reading.

 MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library
MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library
Community raises cash for Macmillan Cancer Support
Bakers have been out in force to help raise cash for Macmillian Cancer Support.
Parents get boost in bid for school transport help
Frustrated parents who are having to pay hundreds of pounds a year to send their children to their second choice school have received a boost in their bid for financial help.

Youngsters at the junior handler classes at the Eskdale Show.

Scarlett Elwood with her winning sheep

Rowan Harrison of Eskdale with his winning sheep in the junior handler class at the Eskdale Show.

Christine Southward from Seascale was over the moon at winning her first red rosstte ever with her vintage Austin Mini.

John and Elaine Meeks from Wasdale in their 1928 Austin 12 "Clifton"

Dog classes being judged at the Eskdale Show.

Dog classes being judged at the Eskdale Show.

One of the sheep classes being judged at the Eskdale Show

Sydney Curwen (4) from Whitehaven gives us a cheery wave while having a ride on the funfair teacups

First girl back in the junior fell race at the Eskdale Show, Gemma Atkinson

The first three home in the junior fell race at the Eskdale Show

Aidan Pike (4) from Santon Bridge gives us a cheery wave while having a ride on the funfair teacups

Stephen Moore from Whitehaven with the vintage butter churner

Mason Postlethwaite at the Eskdale Show

Little Samira Dobie at the Eskdale Show.

Sophia Takacs snuggles into mum Andrea as she tries to convince her to buy her the Herdwick model from Ruth Moore's craft stall at the Eskdale Show

 Youngsters at the junior handler classes at the Eskdale Show.
Youngsters at the junior handler classes at the Eskdale Show.
Community turns out to Eskdale Show
Farmers, families and youngsters turned out to enjoy Eskdale Show on Saturday.

Champions: Workington retained the North Lancs and Cumbria League title after their win against Keswick

In for Carlisle: Sub pro and Scottish international George Munsey cuts the ball away

Here it comes: Wigton's former Carlisle man Michael Slack bowling against his old club

 Champions: Workington retained the North Lancs and Cumbria League title after their win against Keswick
Champions: Workington retained the North Lancs and Cumbria League title after their win against Keswick
Carlisle Cricket Club claim home win as Workington retain North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division title
Premier Division Carlisle Cricket Club were indebted to a 130-run fourth-wicket partnership between captain Marc Brown and Paul Glascott as the home side piled up the runs against Wigton at Edenside.

Keswick pro Geeth Kumara

Picture: Ben Challis

 Keswick pro Geeth Kumara Picture: Ben Challis
Keswick pro Geeth Kumara Picture: Ben Challis
Weather strikes top flight cricket fixtures but Keswick stunned by Dalton
Three of the four North Lancs & Cumbria Premier League games were washed out at the weekend, the Dalton v Keswick game the only one to survive the wet weather.

Daniel Leighton with Tallyrock Marcus, the overall beef show champion

Bella Towers loves the Sheep Show

Megan Mawson gives a barrel race demonstration

Nobby the Norfolk Horn in the rock 'n' roll style Sheep Show

Sarah Purdham with Estelle Purdham on Snowdrop

Penny Foxon on Rosie the minature Shetland pony

Stephen, Mary and Matty Fawcett won 1st in the Fat Lambs class

Emily Jones and Ivy Leatherbarrow cooking bacon in a steam engine's furnace

Eloise Huck enjoying a donkey ride

Winner of the Gimmer Shieling section, Leigh Smith

 Daniel Leighton with Tallyrock Marcus, the overall beef show champion
Daniel Leighton with Tallyrock Marcus, the overall beef show champion
Crowds flock for show success
Excited crowds flocked for an action-packed agricultural show.

left: Cockermouth pro Mkhululi Calana

 left: Cockermouth pro Mkhululi Calana
left: Cockermouth pro Mkhululi Calana
Cockermouth cricket pro returns home for treatment
Cockermouth will be using a substitute professional for the remaining five games of the North Lancs & Cumbria League season.

Quick runs: Seascale's Paul Knott gets a move on against Workington 2nds

 Quick runs: Seascale's Paul Knott gets a move on against Workington 2nds
Quick runs: Seascale's Paul Knott gets a move on against Workington 2nds
Workington Cricket Club stay top of the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division
Workington Cricket Club stayed top of the Premier Division with victory in a low-scoring match at Cleator.

Amy Ellery

Steve and Amy Ellery, of Seascale

 Amy Ellery
Amy Ellery
Farewell as Amy Ellery loses cancer fight at 18
Tributes have been paid to a family’s brave and determined “little star” who raised thousands for charity but has sadly lost her battle with cancer.

Incoming: Carlisle's James Dawson tries a catch as spectators take evasive action (Photo: Gary McKeating)

 Incoming: Carlisle's James Dawson tries a catch as spectators take evasive action (Photo: Gary McKeating)
Incoming: Carlisle's James Dawson tries a catch as spectators take evasive action (Photo: Gary McKeating)
Carlisle Cricket Club left to rue dropped catches in defeat to champions Workington
Carlisle Cricket Club were left to rue a series of missed opportunities after an unusually indisciplined fielding display let champions Workington off the hook.

Community Choices winners

 Community Choices winners
Community Choices winners
Community Choices winners celebrate
Community groups from across West Cumbria gathered at a celebratory event after winning awards of up to £50,000.

Parents and pupils at Seascale school protest about secondary school places

 Parents and pupils at Seascale school protest about secondary school places
Parents and pupils at Seascale school protest about secondary school places
Anger as parents must pay £390 to send children to school 20 miles away
Frustrated parents of children who have missed a place at their preferred secondary school are fighting to have transport fees to their second choice quashed.

Trainee bricklayer Vince Rourke (centre) with William and Lisa King at Ainfield Cycles new building at Cleator Moor which he worked on

Trainee bricklayer Vince Rourke at Ainfield Cycles new building in Cleator Moor

The CN Group Golden Apple Awards 2016, at Carlisle Racecourse.

Mark Bowman, right, representing sponsors Inspira, presents the Learner of the Year Award to winner Vincent Rourke

Golden Apple Awards logo.

 Trainee bricklayer Vince Rourke (centre) with William and Lisa King at Ainfield Cycles new building at Cleator Moor which he worked on
Trainee bricklayer Vince Rourke (centre) with William and Lisa King at Ainfield Cycles new building at Cleator Moor which he worked on
Golden Apple Award builds foundations of career for trainee bricklayer
Winning a Golden Apple Award has been life changing for one of last year's winners.

Sellafield, one of the places where Babcock has staff in Cumbria,

 Sellafield, one of the places where Babcock has staff in Cumbria,
Sellafield, one of the places where Babcock has staff in Cumbria,
Good start to financial year for engineering firm
Engineering services company Babcock International has had a strong start to its financial year.
Copeland water is safe to drink, say officials
Copeland's water is safe to drink, according to independent testing by The Drinking Water Inspectorate.

Police and crime commissioner Peter McCall with Roy and Marian Muir

 Police and crime commissioner Peter McCall with Roy and Marian Muir
Police and crime commissioner Peter McCall with Roy and Marian Muir
Volunteers honoured with awards by police and crime commissioner
A caring couple who open their home to children in crisis have been handed a community award.

11th July 2017. Submitted.

Mike Lewis, of Nuvia.

 11th July 2017. Submitted. Mike Lewis, of Nuvia.
11th July 2017. Submitted. Mike Lewis, of Nuvia.
Engineers’ RoSPA awards success
Nuclear engineering company Nuvia has won the engineering services sector and fleet safety gold awards from Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for 2017.

May Irving

 May Irving
May Irving
Woman who emptied brother's savings account spared prison
A woman fleeced her own brother, emptying his savings account and spending more than £12,000.
Water supply change is making us ill, claim residents
Fed-up residents claim a change in their water supply has left them with itchy skin, mouth ulcers, upset stomachs and being unable to drink from the tap.
Almost 900 runners turn out to support Hospice at Home colour run
Hundreds of people laced up their trainers to take part in Hospice At Home West Cumbria's annual colour run.

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.

Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown

Pretty Muddy

Taking part in the 5k race

Lauren Gill with daughters Lacie, left and Omee

Hannah McKillop, left and Elaine Malyn

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Taking part in the 5k race

Emma Wright running for her grandad Brian

Pretty Muddy competitors

Runners in the 5k race

Ellie Krukowski

Pretty Muddy competitors

Taking part in the 5k race

Pretty Muddy competitors

Taking part in the 5k race

Teresa Shield, Deb Steele and Charlotte Parker, 7

Pretty Muddy competitors

Runners taking part in the Race For Life

From left, Bryony Sharpe, Christy Johnston and Bernie Willets

Runners limber up for 10km race

Armstrong Watson team

Team running for Carol 'Floppy' Morgan

From left, Melissa Baker, Lucy Wickham, Debbie Aitken, Sam Milner and Nicolle Baker

Moky Fit team warm up the crowd

Mary Bragg, 82, who ran for husband Fred

Team Boak

Eli Richmond, the winner of the 10k race

The Honey Bees, from left, Catherine Box, Hannah Wolstencroft, Jayne Fullerton, Kate Glencross and Chloe Carruthers

Runners in the 10k race

Frm left, Tracey Smith, Kirsty Stewart and Jillian Maxwell

Taking part in the 10k

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Carlisle's Run Mums

 Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown
Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown
VIDEO: Thousands of women Race for Life in Carlisle
Suncream and plenty of water were the order of the day as women from across Cumbria raced for life.

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.
Erratic driver hunted after dog walker almost hit by car
Police are hunting an erratic driver after a woman walking her dogs was almost hit by a car in west Cumbria.

Cheryl Corlett can't stand the noise of the water popping

Cheryl Corlett and friend Vicky Calvin concerned over the water

 Cheryl Corlett can't stand the noise of the water popping
Cheryl Corlett can't stand the noise of the water popping
VIDEO: Anger after people ditch kettles over strange popping noises
Hundreds of west Cumbrian residents have been left steaming after their kettles began to pop like ‘popcorn’.

Diver Steve Hallett

Diver Steve Hallett meets staff at Spire Murrayfield Hospital

 Diver Steve Hallett
Diver Steve Hallett
Cumbrian diver learned to walk again after 'attack of the bends'
A Cumbrian diver has learned to walk again after a life-threatening attack of the bends left him paralysed from the waist down.