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Team XIII's Annual Reliability Ride

The second wave set off, with Darren Peat from Harrington nearest the camera.

Event organiser Paul Morgan


          Team XIII's Annual Reliability Ride
Team XIII's Annual Reliability Ride
Riders cover the miles in aid of four key Cumbrian charities
About 150 people took to their bikes through west Cumbria, raising hundreds of pounds for four deserving causes.

The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Smoke from the fire in Maryport can be seen in Workington

Anthony Bickley's photo of the fire in Maryport

Photo: Jan Fialkowski

View of smoke from Workington

Photo: Neil Kendall

Photo: Jim McBride

Fire on Maryport's Glasson Industrial Estate, picture submitted by Joanne Hill

Fire on Maryport's Glasson Industrial Estate, picture submitted by Joanne Hill

Smoke from the Maryport SIS fire seen from Cockermouth

Picture: Annie Kendall

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Fire appliances rush to fill up with more water

 The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse
The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse
Efforts to bring Cumbrian factory fire under control continue
Firefighters tackling a huge blaze at a west Cumbrian synthetic turf factory are continuing to bring it under control this morning.
Open day to discover St Bees School plans
People can find out more about the plans to reopen St Bees School at an open day on Saturday.

The Dorothy May White

The Dorothy May White is led into Workington by the smaller Sir John Fisher

New Workington lifeboat Dorothy May White

The Dorothy May White

The crew who brought the Dorothy May White to Workington and coxswain John Stobbart, second right

The Dorothy May White

The Dorothy May White is lifted out for the first time at Workington

The Dorothy May White

The Dorothy May White

 The Dorothy May White
The Dorothy May White
New £2.1m RNLI lifeboat arrives on station in west Cumbria
Cumbria RNLI’s £2.1 million Shannon class lifeboat has arrived at its new home.

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.
Witnesses needed after cyclist 'seriously injured' in Cumbrian crash
Cumbria Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision on the B5345 at St Bees.

The Coastguard team and St Bees lifeboat

 The Coastguard team and St Bees lifeboat
The Coastguard team and St Bees lifeboat
Coastguard called to help stranded teenagers
Cumbria's coastguard and RNLI were called to help a teenager stranded on rocks.

St Bees School

 St Bees School
St Bees School
Search to find 'exceptional' headteacher for reopening Cumbrian school
The search has begun to find an "exceptional" headteacher to take on the running of St Bees School when it re-opens next year.
RNLI warning over Cumbrian lifeboat launches
The RNLI has issued a warning after figures revealed lifeboats in west Cumbria were launched 33 times in 2016.

St Bees Triers launch the challenge

 St Bees Triers launch the challenge
St Bees Triers launch the challenge
Astronomical charity challenge launched in St Bees
The St Bees community has launched an astronomical charity challenge.
St Bees School will reopen next year
St Bees School will reopen its doors to pupils next year.
Car has tyres slashed in West Cumbrian village
Police are investigating after a red VW Polo had two tyres slashed in St Bees.

Tony Robinson

 Tony Robinson
Tony Robinson
Cumbria set to take centre stage in new tv documentary
Cumbria set to feature in a new TV series, starting tonight, featuring Time Team and Blackadder star Sir Tony Robinson.
Teenager rescued after becoming trapped on cliffs
A teenager was rescued after becoming trapped on cliffs.

Rev Becky Gibbs

 Rev Becky Gibbs
Rev Becky Gibbs
New vicar excited to join west Cumbrian church
The new vicar at St Bees says she’s excited to become part of the community after taking her first service this week.

Artists impression of what the proposed mine surface buildings could look like.

Local resident Keith Kennedy, left, is shown some of the borehole samples by Stephen Craig, from West Cumbria Mining, during the firm's last open weekend in October

 Artists impression of what the proposed mine surface buildings could look like.
Artists impression of what the proposed mine surface buildings could look like.
Company hoping to bring coal-mining back to Cumbria invites public to view latest plans
The firm hoping to return coal-mining to Cumbria with the creation of more than 500 jobs is inviting the public to view its latest plans.

Grace Starkey, left, at one of the IT centres operating during the Community Choices campaign Picture: Mike McKenzie

 Grace Starkey, left, at one of the IT centres operating during the Community Choices campaign Picture: Mike McKenzie
Grace Starkey, left, at one of the IT centres operating during the Community Choices campaign Picture: Mike McKenzie
Community Choices shortlist revealed – and now it's time to vote
It's time to reveal the shortlist of worthy causes operating in Allerdale and Copeland who hope to win funding through the first Community Choices campaign.

Mark Ware is demonstrating 'Shallow Water Entry'

Pic by David Barker

Andrew Stanley undergoing intensive training in the River Awe.

Pic by David Barker

 Mark Ware is demonstrating 'Shallow Water Entry' Pic by David Barker
Mark Ware is demonstrating 'Shallow Water Entry' Pic by David Barker
'Not a case of if another flood, but when' - Cumbria Flood Rescue team formed
Members of two county lifeboat crews have taken part in an intensive course learning new skills to form the Cumbria Community Flood Team - the first RNLI community-based flood team in the UK.

Members of the Wetheral Brownies in The Big Sleep Big Bed

 Members of the Wetheral Brownies in The Big Sleep Big Bed
Members of the Wetheral Brownies in The Big Sleep Big Bed
Fundraisers endure chilly night outside for Cumbria Community Foundation's Big Sleep
Sleeping bags and hot water bottles at the ready, hardy campers braved the elements to do their bit to help save lives.

Terry and Sandra Bristow with Meg

 Terry and Sandra Bristow with Meg
Terry and Sandra Bristow with Meg
Channel 4's Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick is last hope for west Cumbrian dog
A TV supervet is the last hope for a beloved border collie suffering from swollen discs in her back.

Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017

 Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017
Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017
Warning for overnight snow and ice across Cumbria and SW Scotland
CUMBRIA'S road gritting teams are heading out to treat priority routes in the county following a fresh warning of overnight ice and snow.

Katy Taylor-Hamilton

 Katy Taylor-Hamilton
Katy Taylor-Hamilton
West Cumbrian woman's ‘excellent progress’ after heart transplant
A “rollercoaster of emotions’’ is how Katy Taylor-Hamilton’s family described their feelings following her heart transplant at the weekend.

Catherine Street, Whitehaven (now Morrisons supermarket)

Washington Central chef Keith Wild decides to ski to work

Looking down Inkerman Terrace, Whitehaven submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Traffic moves very slow along Oxford Street, Workington

Gary Walker has problems cycling to Lowca from Harrington

Youngsters from Honister Drive and off the Frostoms Estate in Workington made this 20ft snow boat

Salvation Army serving soup to the stranded

Meena Au from Hong Kong experiences snow for the first time while studying at St Bees School

Submitted picture

Looking north from the bypass up to Hensingham Road, Whitehaven

Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Church Street. Whitehaven

Maryport youngsters Gareth Nixon, his brothers Brad, Jonathan Morgan and his brother Rhys, with an 11ft snowman

Looking across to Catherine Street from Flatt Walks, Whitehaven

Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Below Hensingham Road on the bypass, Whitehaven

Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Abandoned cars on the Loop Road

Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Hensingham Square

The bottom of Main Street onto Hensingham Square, Whitehaven

Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Bedford Street, Whitehaven

Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Taking shelter in Age Concern, Whitehaven

With the worst snowfall in Workington since 1947, a traffic warden issues tickets at the height of the chaos

Four wheel drive stuck in snow

Submited by Bill Stainton, Cleator Moor

Looking down Inkerman Terrace, Whitehaven Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Whitehaven

Ennerdale Road, Wath Brow

Submitted by Bill Stainton

Traffic moves very slow on Washington Street in Workington

Taking shelter in Whitehaven's Espresso cafe

David Moore delivering milk in February 1996 bad snow. Submitted photo

Looking down Egremont Road, Whitehaven Submitted by John and Joan Fisher

Photo from Janice Oliver of snow in Moresby in 1996

 Catherine Street, Whitehaven (now Morrisons supermarket)
Catherine Street, Whitehaven (now Morrisons supermarket)
Photo special: Snow days from years gone by
As a snow warning has been issued for the area, we've taken a peek in our archives for the photos of one of the last times west Cumbria experienced a big snow storm.

Carenza Dmytrowski

 Carenza Dmytrowski
Carenza Dmytrowski
Schoolgirl braves the cold to support Cumbrian triplets after their mum's tragic death
A caring schoolgirl used a popular seaside fundraiser to support the triplets of tragic Whitehaven mum Rachel Park.

Kerry McLean (left) and Gemma Barlow emerge from the sea at St Bees

Today's New Years Eve charity dip at Whitehaven Harbour. Members of the Coastguard help their station officer Paul Pater into the water.

Eager swimmers before they took the plunge at St Bees

Four friends from the Off Their Rockers group have fun at Whitehaven Harbour

Devon Maxwell, Josh Terry and Brad Stalker get ready to go in the water at Whitehaven as three pigs in blankets

New Years Eve charity dip at Whitehaven Harbour

 Kerry McLean (left) and Gemma Barlow emerge from the sea at St Bees
Kerry McLean (left) and Gemma Barlow emerge from the sea at St Bees
Cumbrian fundraisers brave the chilly sea for a host of good causes
Hardy souls braved the ice and cold to dip their feet into the Cumbrian sea.

St Bees School

 St Bees School
St Bees School
Milestone reached in fight to re-open Cumbrian school
A major milestone has been reached in the fight to re-open St Bees School.
Cumbrian pub landlady who helped woman attack victim to get award
A pub landlady who helped a woman after discovering her bloodied and beaten is to have her public spirited actions formally commended.

The Santa, Snow and Sparkles event, in Carlisle city centre, meeting Santa in his grotto are Regan Graham, 12, Darcie Graham, 7, and Oliver Nelson, aged two, from Eastriggs, 17 December 2016 LOUISE PORTER 50086557F000.JPG

 The Santa, Snow and Sparkles event, in Carlisle city centre, meeting Santa in his grotto are Regan Graham, 12, Darcie Graham, 7, and Oliver Nelson, aged two, from Eastriggs, 17 December 2016 LOUISE PORTER 50086557F000.JPG
The Santa, Snow and Sparkles event, in Carlisle city centre, meeting Santa in his grotto are Regan Graham, 12, Darcie Graham, 7, and Oliver Nelson, aged two, from Eastriggs, 17 December 2016 LOUISE PORTER 50086557F000.JPG
Santa's Carlisle visit helps to spread festive cheer
In a week's time, Santa Claus will be loading up his sleigh as he prepares to hand out presents around the globe - and youngsters in Carlisle have been telling him what they want this Christmas.

Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School

 Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School
Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School
Primary school league tables: Cumbrian schools below national average
The latest primary school league tables published today show that Cumbrian schools are performing below the national average.

Opening of Whitehaven ice rink last month. Credit: Tony Lowrey

Opening of Whitehaven ice rink last month. Credit: Tony Lowrey

Opening of Whitehaven ice rink last month. Credit: Tony Lowrey

 Opening of Whitehaven ice rink last month. Credit: Tony Lowrey
Opening of Whitehaven ice rink last month. Credit: Tony Lowrey
Whitehaven ice-rink to re-open tomorrow following temporary closure
Whitehaven ice-rink is due to reopen today after being closed amid safety fears.