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Firefighters rescue boy, nine, trapped in play equipment
Firefighters rescued a nine-year-old boy who had become trapped in play equipment.

Judges from Britain in Bloom visit Silloth to inspect their entry.

Judges from Britain in Bloom visit Silloth to inspect their entry.

Judges from Britain in Bloom visit Silloth to inspect their entry.

Judges from Britain in Bloom visit Silloth to inspect their entry.

 Judges from Britain in Bloom visit Silloth to inspect their entry.
Judges from Britain in Bloom visit Silloth to inspect their entry.
Judges impressed with Cumbrian Britain in Bloom entry
Months of preparation and hard work came to a head as judges from Britain in Bloom ran the rule over Silloth's entry.

Beckside Court, Beck Lane, Brampton

Golf Terrace, Silloth

Close Street, Carlisle

 Beckside Court, Beck Lane, Brampton
Beckside Court, Beck Lane, Brampton
3 of the best starter homes
Buying your first home is an exciting rite of passage and our region has a good choice of properties, with three showcased here.

Mayor of Workington Ann Bales and other civic dignitaries who attended her civic service

 Mayor of Workington Ann Bales and other civic dignitaries who attended her civic service
Mayor of Workington Ann Bales and other civic dignitaries who attended her civic service
Mayor of Workington holds civic service in the church where she married
Workington mayor Ann Bales yesterday held her civic service in the church in which she had previously celebrated several key events in her life.

pic submitted 180717 rose cottage, blitterlees,

Coastal home for sale with huge potential
Cottage near Silloth already operates as successful holiday business.

The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.

Staff at George Romney.

The Ginger Bakers team.

Geoff Monkman, of Cumbrian Delights.

 The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
Co-op backs Cumbrian producers
The Co-op has launched a local sourcing programme in Cumbria.
Yesterday's youth celebrates the start of Maryport Blues Festival
Maryport Blues Festival kicked off in style with a free concert celebrating days gone by.

Kenny Ollerenshaw

Kenny Ollerenshaw

Kenny Ollerenshaw with Richard Batey

Kenny Ollerenshaw

Kenny Ollerenshaw with Richard Batey

 Kenny Ollerenshaw
Kenny Ollerenshaw
North Cumbrian trucker's 'funny' tattoo goes viral
Kenny Ollerenshaw's tattoo has gone viral - making millions of people laugh around the world.

Firefighters from Carlisle, Penrith, Longtown and Wigton tackle a fire at the former Ukrainian Club in Carlisle. Crews were called out late afternoon to the Silloth Street site and fought the fire which had spread to the roof

 Firefighters from Carlisle, Penrith, Longtown and Wigton tackle a fire at the former Ukrainian Club in Carlisle. Crews were called out late afternoon to the Silloth Street site and fought the fire which had spread to the roof
Firefighters from Carlisle, Penrith, Longtown and Wigton tackle a fire at the former Ukrainian Club in Carlisle. Crews were called out late afternoon to the Silloth Street site and fought the fire which had spread to the roof
Fire at Carlisle's former Ukrainian Club being treated as arson
A blaze at a historic Carlisle club is being treated by arson.

James Duffy

 James Duffy
James Duffy
Concern for missing man, last seen in Carlisle
Police are concerned for a man who has been missing from his home in Silloth for four days.

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

Firefighters were called to the blaze

Firefighters were called to the blaze

The bungalow at Barrack's Bridge

The bungalow at Barrack's Bridge

The bungalow at Barrack's Bridge

 Firefighters were called to the blaze
Firefighters were called to the blaze
Thieves target burnt-out bungalow of pensioner - days after wife dies
Heartless thieves targeted the burnt-out bungalow of an 85-year-old man - days after he lost his wife.

Wigton's NatWest bank

Alan Pitcher

David Ferriby

 Wigton's NatWest bank
Wigton's NatWest bank
Bank bosses slammed for closing Cumbrian town's branch
Bank bosses came under fire from Wigton councillors about their decision to close one of the town's only remaining branches.

The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged

 The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
Places to go and things to do in Cumbria this summer - for £25 or less
A guide to the best days out and activities that you and your family can enjoy in Cumbria for £25 or less this summer

The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged

 The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
The Dinosaurs Encounter exhibition at Rheged
Places to go and things to do in Cumbria this summer - for £25 or less
OUR Free Family Fun columnist CAT PARK has been busy preparing for the school holidays, and has discovered dozens of money-saving ideas for the summer. This handy guide pulls together the best days out and activities that you and your family can enjoy in Cumbria for £25 or less.

The fire

 The fire
The fire
Five fire crew attended serious house fire in Silloth
Smoke could be seen billowing from a bungalow in Silloth as five crews of firefighters from across the north of Cumbria worked to bring the blaze under control.
Hundreds pay respects to funfair king Rayner Fletcher
Hundreds of people gathered to say goodbye to Maryport's funfair king Rayner Fletcher at his funeral.

The Silloth Green

Chances Park from Langrigg Road

 The Silloth Green
The Silloth Green
Cumbrian parks' success in Green Flag Awards
Four parks and green spaces across Cumbria have been honoured with a top national award.

Kirsty Louise Cartwright

Michael O'Rourke

Nicalao Sindani

Andrew Beard

Kevin Thompson

Ryan Doforo

 Kirsty Louise Cartwright
Kirsty Louise Cartwright
Carlisle addict kicked out of his home by 'cuckoo' as drugs gang moved into city
A Carlisle drug addict was booted out of his home by a criminal “cuckoo” as a drugs gang set up camp in the city.

East End Farm, Beckfoot

 East End Farm, Beckfoot
East End Farm, Beckfoot
Police investigate burglary at Silloth farm
A quad bike was stolen during a burglary at a farm in Silloth over the weekend.
Quad bike stolen in Silloth
A quad bike has been stolen from a property in Silloth overnight.

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

Firefighters at the scene

 Firefighters at the scene
Firefighters at the scene
25 firefighters deal with blaze at former Carlisle club
VIDEO: Busy main road closed as crews from across north Cumbria sent to tackle fire.

Rayner Fletcher

 Rayner Fletcher
Rayner Fletcher
Tributes paid to funfair king Rayner Fletcher, who has died aged 51
Funfair king Rayner Fletcher has died at the age of 51.
Boy rescued by lifeboat crew after drifting out to sea on dinghy
Lifeboat crews saved the life of a child who drifted out to sea on a dinghy.

John Crichton

 John Crichton
John Crichton
Air of expectancy to meet training at the Ellis Sports Ground when pre-season gets under way
There will be an air of expectancy around the Ellis Sports Ground on Tuesday when pre-season training gets under way.

Patrick Brough: Morecambe move

Barbara Abbott

 Patrick Brough: Morecambe move
Barbara Abbott
Patrick Brough: Morecambe move
Released Carlisle Utd defender Patrick Brough signs for Morecambe
Cumbrian defender Patrick Brough has signed for Carlisle United's League Two rivals Morecambe.
Man accused of possessing hammer as offensive weapon
A man has denied the alleged illegal possession of a hammer in a Cumbrian town.

Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.

Joanne Graves, nee Carr, 40, of Harraby, Carlisle - she won the News & Star's Bonny Babies competition (girls 1-3 category) in 1979

Joanne Carr winner of bonny babies in 1979

Siblings Jack (left) Unwin, six, and three-year-old sister Nellie, of Fergus Way, Morton West, Carlisle. Jack reached the final of Bonny Babies in 2012 and Nellie won the 1-3 girls category in 2015

Parents Simon and Rachel Unwin, of Fergus Way, Morton West, Carlisle with children Jack, now six, and three year old Nellie. Jack was a finalist in the News & Star's Bonny Babies competition in 2012 and Nellie won the girls 1-3 years section in 2015's competition

Winners of the News and Star Bonny Babies Competition 2009 receive their prizes, Saturday 12th December 2009.

(left to right front) Harry Stewart 1 and mum Paula, Evie O'Hagan 3 and mum Karen, Harvey Bell 3 and mum Lyndsey.

(left to right back) David Jackson commercial director of the Lanes, Anne Pickles associate editor of the News and Star and Tony Wiseman photographer.

Bonny Baby Winner 2009 in the Babies One Year and Under category Harry Stewart, aged 11 months, from Causeway Head, near Silloth, pictured with proud mum Paula Stewart

1998 Bonny Babies Charlie Stewart, with his proud mum Paula Stewart

Bonny Babies / Bonny Baby competition finalist Taylor-Mae Graham with mum Kayleigh Lambert from Carlisle.

Bonny Babies 2015 winner of the one to three years catergory, Nellie Rose Unwin aged 15 months from Fergus Way, Morton, Carlisle pictured with mum Rachel Unwin

 Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.
Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.
Bonny Babies 40 years on - look how previous winners turned out!
Joanne Graves has just turned 40, and she isn't the only one celebrating a milestone this year.

A group of cyclists

 A group of cyclists
A group of cyclists
Cyclists to converge on Silloth
Cyclists will converge on Silloth this weekend for an event which has two distances.

The Greenhill Hotel

 The Greenhill Hotel
The Greenhill Hotel
North Cumbrian hotel set to change hands in near £1m deal
Ownership of a popular Cumbrian hotel with a near-£1m price tag is poised to swap hands.