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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
Glorious, hot, sunny weather - the complete opposite of last week ensured a full programme took place.
The area that will be cleaned up in Denton Holme
Declaring war on litter and graffiti will form part of a week when people donate their time to help charitable causes in Carlisle.
Megan pictured with her dad Mike,
Megan as a baby with her mum Bev Pryde
A teenage girl who campaigned to raise awareness of bowel cancer has lost her battle with the disease.
The end of the road in Wetheral where the cars went into the water.
Photo courtesy of Google Maps
TWO men have been arrested following a police chase in which two cars ended up in the River Eden.
Carlisle's fourths Adam Tiffen bowls against Patterdale (Photos: Mark Mcalindon)
Stanley Mcalindon batting for Carlisle
A third of the way through the Eden Valley Cricket League programme and only in Division Three, where Kirkby Stephen seconds have opened a large gap, is there a clear leader.
Middleton Cup: Pictured are Cumbria’s four winning rinks from Saturday’s Middleton Cup match against Lincolnshire at Wigton. From left, Ryan Prince, Ryan Orchard, Mark Nanson, Ben Sherwen
Middleton Cup masters: From left, Lewis Baxter, John Bell, Stephen Farish, Paul Barlow
Easy does it: From left, Stuart Bowman, Kevin Harrison, Rick Gallagher, Stuart Irwin
Winners: From left, James Park, Paul Coulthard, Paul Wallace, Andrew Baxter
Cumbria’s Middleton Cup side got back into the groove with a facile 18-4 win over Lincolnshire.
Plans for more than 50 homes in and around Carlisle have been given the go-ahead.
Carlisle mum is on her way to Manchester One Love concert
James Swann: Made 49 for Scotby against Stainton
Heavy thunder storms decimated Saturday’s programme with only four games reaching a conclusion.
A man is facing an “inevitable” jail sentence after being found guilty of sexually abusing a young girl.
Keswick and Warwickshire county bowlers in Fitz Park. Photo: Ben Challis
There were only two Carliol League games played last Thursday evening - Wetheral are on tour and some of the Courtfield members still consider football to be a more beautiful game than bowls.
Hitting out: Keswick's Joppy Hodgson blasts for the boundary (Photo: Ben Challis)
At pace: Langholm wicket-taker David Steel (Photo: Ben Challis)
In the deep: Temple Sowerby's Finley Watson fields the ball (Photo: Colin Watson)
After several weeks of glorious weather, Saturday dawned to the more usual sight of rain.
Miniature gargoyles and Persian warriors part of the scenery in Wetheral house for sale at £1.2m.
Richard Fenn and Alex Polizzi at The Queens Warwick on Eden
A star hotelier known for her quest to salvage some of Britain's worst-run hotels praised a Cumbrian restaurant and B&B - when she ate there three times this week.
The derelict Central Plaza Hotel in Carlisle
Crumbling historic buildings are being neglected amid growing financial pressures on local government, so how can these important treasures be saved? Mark Green reports
Keith Richardson bats for Keswicks 3rds (photos: Ben Challis)
Irthing Vale's Mohammed Qureshi in action against Keswick 3rds
Two weeks into the season and only two sides have a 100 per cent record; Appleby and Braithwaite.
Cumbrian prop Matt Shields is relishing his chance of regular first-team action after leaving Harlequins and joining Rotherham Titans.
Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Full list of winners - and losers - from yesterday's election.
Karen Gill with staff and residents
Carlisle grandmother Karen Gill is taking a leap into the unknown, to help the elderly people she cares for at a city residential home.
Carlisle took on Lindal Moor in the County Cup on Monday, and won by eight wickets
The wintry conditions earlier in the week gave way to a very pleasant weekend resulting in all games taking place.
Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday
The Roland Starkie May Day triples tournament took place on Monday when 50 teams took part on six greens throughout the county.
Artist Andy Beck in his studio
Scene: Red Pike by Andy Beck
Fell: Base Brown by Andy Beck
Idyll: Ill Bell by Andy Beck
Iconic: Scafell by Andy Beck
Summit: Dove Crag by Andy Beck
FEW people will ever know the Lake District fells as intimately as Alfred Wainwright - but one man has spent the past decade following in his footsteps.
A busy residential road is in danger of slipping into a river.
Colin Whiteside outside Oak Tree Cottage, his Wetheral home
One night in village and Colin was smitten but now he's selling his home to pursue a new dream.
Rickerby Park in Carlisle
Constituency: Carlisle (including Belah, Belle Vue, Botcherby, Burgh, Castle, Currock, Dalston, Denton Holme, Harraby, Morton, St Aidans, Stanwix Urban, Upperby, Wetheral and Yewdale)
Keswick's Jamie D'Leny bowls against Edenhall
Ernie Brabbins previews the forthcoming season
Karen Armstrong with Holly
A Carlisle mum whose dog was picked up by the city council's warden has warned other owners to make sure their pets don't escape.
Emma Nixon pictured with dog Teddy
Teddy, before he was given a makeover
One very lucky rescue dog was clipped, snipped and groomed within a hair of his life to make him ready for his new home.
Burglars have targeted a north Cumbrian builder, raiding two of the firm's sites in the space of 24 hours.
Trevor Taylor and Stuart Airey
Despite the pleasant outdoor weather conditions on Sunday, a very good crowd turned up at Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club to see the completion of the club’s domestic finals.