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Gelt Gladiator boss sentenced after competitors seriously hurt
The boss of Gelt Gladiator has been handed a suspended jail term after five people were seriously hurt during the endurance challenge.

Raring to go: The Brampton Thursday team which played at Courtfield

 Raring to go: The Brampton Thursday team which played at Courtfield
Raring to go: The Brampton Thursday team which played at Courtfield
Brampton cruise to easy win in the Carliol Thursday League
Brampton had an easy 32-shot home win over West End, taking all 10 points in the Carliol Thursday League.
Roadworks on A69 near Brampton
Drivers should expect delays on the A69 road near Brampton while roadworks take place.

Castle Carrock's Music on the Marr, opening night

Photo: David Ambridge

Castle Carrock's Music on the Marr, opening night

Photo: David Ambridge

Castle Carrock's Music on the Marr, opening night

Photo: David Ambridge

Castle Carrock's Music on the Marr, opening night

Photo: David Ambridge

 Castle Carrock's Music on the Marr, opening night Photo: David Ambridge
Castle Carrock's Music on the Marr, opening night Photo: David Ambridge
International flavour to popular village music festival
A much-loved Cumbrian music festival burst into life to the sound of Congolese rhythms.

Judy Brownlow outside Quarry Bank

Family-sized home with space and lovely gardens
Bungalow extended to create attractive property on edge of rolling countryside.

Looking good: Brampton Bowls Club who played Courtfield at Brampton last Thursday

 Looking good: Brampton Bowls Club who played Courtfield at Brampton last Thursday
Looking good: Brampton Bowls Club who played Courtfield at Brampton last Thursday
Stanwix go level at the top of the table after their win over Subscription
Stanwix had a very good 9-1 win at home to Subscription in the Thursday Carliol League, and are now level at the top of the table with Courtfield who won 6-4 at Brampton.

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.

Appletree House, Hornsby, Brampton

West Garth, Aglionby, Carlisle

Pennine View, Parkland Village, Carlisle

 Appletree House, Hornsby, Brampton
Appletree House, Hornsby, Brampton
3 of the best five-bedroom homes
From charming countryside residences to smart family homes, there are plenty of larger properties for sale.

Head the Rev Ian Johnston with some of the children at the Caldew lea Primary School summer fair

The Reverend Ian Johnston

From left, Josh Taylor, Oliver Koza, Matthew Dodd, and Kyle Dowman

Shelana Donoghue, left, paints the arm of Abigail Martin watched by mum Vicky Martin

Lilli Bell with Christy McGrath and Emelia McGrath

Kenzie Stephenson, left, and Cody Brown

Kenzie Stephenson, back left, and Nevaeh Parker, back right, wet, from left, Josh Taylor, Oliver Koza, Matthew Dodd, and Kyle Dowman

 Head the Rev Ian Johnston with some of the children at the Caldew lea Primary School summer fair
Head the Rev Ian Johnston with some of the children at the Caldew lea Primary School summer fair
Carlisle headteacher ushers in retirement with summer fair
A headteacher ushered in his retirement by having fun in the sun with the pupils he admits he's sad to be leaving behind.

Dacre Road

 Dacre Road
Dacre Road
Mountain bike stolen from house in Brampton
Police are investigating after a limited edition mountain bike was stolen in Brampton.
Old-style charm with modern design
Combining period features with contemporary touches, this single-storey home has been recently constructed to offer a stunning property and the best of old and new techniques.

Professor Julie Mennell, vice chancellor of the University of Cumbria

The University of Cumbria's Brampton Road campus, Carlisle

University of Cumbria's Ambleside Campus Scale How building

 Professor Julie Mennell, vice chancellor of the University of Cumbria
Professor Julie Mennell, vice chancellor of the University of Cumbria
University to open new National Parks centre in UK's latest World Heritage site
The University of Cumbria is to open a new centre for national parks later this year - as the Lake District is made the UK's latest World Heritage Site.

Morecambe-born designer Wayne Hemingway and his wife Geraldine are to be honoured by the University of Cumbria next week

John Grainger, closely linked to large investment projects in Cumbria for the last two decades, will receive an honorary fellowship from the University of Cumbria

Val Corbett, of Askham, will receive an honorary fellowship from the University of Cumbria for her services to photography

Workington-born Professor Paul Workman, chief executive and president of the Institute of Cancer Research, will receive an honorary fellowship from the University of Cumbria next week

PAralympian and former University of Cumbria student Karen Darke MBE will receive an honorary fellowship from the University of Cumbria next week.

Trustee and chair of the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust in Carlisle, Roger Cooke, will be awarded an honorary fellowship by the University of Cumbria

Carlisle couple Louise and Ian Gilbertson, who run Cloudscape Studios, are the first recipients of the new Alumus of the Year award to be given by the university next week.

 Morecambe-born designer Wayne Hemingway and his wife Geraldine are to be honoured by the University of Cumbria next week
Morecambe-born designer Wayne Hemingway and his wife Geraldine are to be honoured by the University of Cumbria next week
Designer Wayne Hemingway heads to Carlisle for university honour
Red or Dead founders Wayne Hemingway and his wife Geraldine will be in Carlisle next week to receive one of the highest honours which can be given by the University of Cumbria.

David and Fiona Jackson in the kitchen at Sycamore Gap

The sauna room

Map room

Hadrian bedroom

Corbridge bedroom

The main bathroom

 David and Fiona Jackson in the kitchen at Sycamore Gap
David and Fiona Jackson in the kitchen at Sycamore Gap
Wall to wall luxury for party people
A boutique guest house in Brampton combines original features with contemporary style.

Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Ryan Black, from Carlisle

Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Group photo

Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Mark Armstrong

 Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Ryan Black, from Carlisle
Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Ryan Black, from Carlisle
Cumbria army reservists and cadets honoured by Lord-Lieutenant
Army reservists and adult volunteers supporting Cumbria's cadet have been honoured for their service by the county's Lord-Lieutenant.

Artist Eleanor Tyler

Artist Eleanor Tyler

Great North Air Ambulance paramedics Andy Mawson and Paul Burnage and pilot Phil Lambert with Sarah Tyler. Sarah, from Carlisle, was injured while riding her horse near Warwick Bridge in July 2015 and has raised money for the charity.

Sarah Tyler riding her horse Fuzzy Bear. Sarah, from Carlisle, was injured in July 2015 at the Warwick Horse Trails and was rescued by the Great North Air Ambulance Service. She's since raised £6,000 for the charity.

Artist Eleanor Tyler, 68, from Currock, Carlisle, is exhibiting her work at Off The Wall Cafe, Brampton, selling the pictures to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance a charity which helped her daughter-in-law after she had a riding accident, pictured is a piece entitled 'Best Pals', 5 July 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088369F003.JPG

Artist Eleanor Tyler, 68, from Currock, Carlisle, who is exhibiting her work at Off The Wall Cafe, Brampton, selling the pictures to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance a charity which helped her daughter-in-law after she had a riding accident, 5 July 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088369F000.JPG

Artist Eleanor Tyler, 68, from Currock, Carlisle, is exhibiting her work at Off The Wall Cafe, Brampton, selling the pictures to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance a charity which helped her daughter-in-law after she had a riding accident, pictured is a piece entitled When The Cows Come Home, 5 July 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088369F002.JPG

 Artist Eleanor Tyler
Artist Eleanor Tyler
Artist's exhibition for air ambulance after daughter-in-law's horse riding accident
An artist whose daughter-in-law was rescued by air medics after an horrific horse riding accident is using her talent to raise vital funds for charity.

Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.

Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.

Siblings Jonny and Beth Kirby, head coaches of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights at Jamfest Europe in Liverpool recently. The Knights' flagship team - Cheer Force Odyssey - also secured a place at the 2018 Cheerleading World Championships in Orlando, Florida

Members of Cheer Force Odyssey, the flagship team of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading operation, after their success at Jamfest Europe in Liverpool recently which has secured them a place at the 2018 Cheerleading World Championships in Orlando, Florida

Members of Carlisle-based cheerleading operation Cheer Force Knights following their successes at the last competition of the season - Jamfest Europe - in Liverpool

SUBMITTED PIC February 1 2017 The junior level 3 squad grand champion group from the Carlisle cheerleading troupe Cheer Force Knights competing at their first competition of the new season: Legacy Cheer & Dance - Stand Strong at Northumbria University, Newcastle, held on January 28 & 29 2017.

Cheer Force Knights have moved to new premises, at St Barnabas Church Hall, Newtown Road, Carlisle, pictured is gym owner and head coach Jonny Kirby with sister and fellow coach Beth Kirby, 30 November 2015 LOUISE PORTER 50081801F002.JPG

 Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.
Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.
Champion Carlisle cheerleaders to live the American dream
CHEERLEADERS from Carlisle are heading over the pond to fulfil their American dream.

The Italian families are pictured here in Scotland after the theft.

 The Italian families are pictured here in Scotland after the theft.
The Italian families are pictured here in Scotland after the theft.
Italian families have luggage stolen while visiting Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall
Two Italian families visiting Hadrian's Wall in Cumbria were left devastated after thieves stole all their belongings.

Great North Air Ambulance

 Great North Air Ambulance
Great North Air Ambulance
Motocross rider airlifted to hospital after incident in Cumbria
A motocross rider had to be airlifted to hospital after injuring himself while competing in an event in north Cumbria.

Cumbria police want to speak to these three people

 Cumbria police want to speak to these three people
Cumbria police want to speak to these three people
Appeal to trace three men in connection with use of fake bank notes
Police have released CCTV images of three people they want to speak to in connection with the use of fake £20 notes in west Cumbria.

With Paul Barber are, from left, Harvey Singh, Gemma Bell and Millie Butcher

Paul Barber with, from left, Luke Thompson, Joe Rattray, Holly Young, Lewis Sowerby and Kane Armstrong

Lakeside boss Phil McKay with Johnny Vegas

Actor Jonny Vegas with Alfi Cuthbert

With Johnny Vegas are, from left, Millie Butcher, Gemma Bell, Alfi Cuthbert and Harvey Singh

Scott Mcfarlane and Marilyn Cuthbert with Johnny Vegas

 With Paul Barber are, from left, Harvey Singh, Gemma Bell and Millie Butcher
With Paul Barber are, from left, Harvey Singh, Gemma Bell and Millie Butcher
Only Fools and Horses actor's starring role in Lake District sitcom
He starred in one of the greatest sitcoms of all time. Now Only Fools and Horses actor Paul Barber is encouraging a new generation of Cumbrian screen stars.

Boris Johnson with Linda Smith, left and Sonia Gowland. Photo: Off The Wall.

 Boris Johnson with Linda Smith, left and Sonia Gowland. Photo: Off The Wall.
Boris Johnson with Linda Smith, left and Sonia Gowland. Photo: Off The Wall.
Foreign Secretary stops for coffee in surprise trip to Cumbria
The man who could become the United Kingdom's next Prime Minister has made an unannounced visit to Cumbria.
Win £200 vouchers with Cranstons new Carlisle Food Hall
New look Carlisle food hall is now open! (Sponsored content)

From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.

The shop has undergone a major refit

 From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
Cranstons unveils new look Carlisle city centre shop
Cranstons has cut the ribbon - of sausage - at its latest food hall following a £200,000 revamp which has transformed it from a traditional butchers shop.

From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.

The shop has undergone a major refit

 From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
Cranstons unveils new look Carlisle city centre shop
Cranstons has cut the ribbon - of sausage - at its latest food hall following a £200,000 revamp which has transformed it from a traditional butchers shop.

The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.

Colin and Margaret Wadsworth won joint person of the year.

The Carlisle College Choir

Martin Borradaile and Suzanne Armstrong

Christine Monroe and Julia Clifford

Martin Borradaile

Jenny Benson

Rachel Bell and Peter Stafford

Compere John Myers

Bruce Lawson

 The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.
The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.
Community Heroes winners announced
A couple who’ve raised more than £800,000 to support ex-servicemen and women have been honoured for their heroics.

The youngsters, parents and coaches who did the sponsored walk

 The youngsters, parents and coaches who did the sponsored walk
The youngsters, parents and coaches who did the sponsored walk
Young footballers' sponsored walk raises £4,400 for Tony Hopper
A sponsored walk by junior Cumbrian footballers raised £4,400 for Tony Hopper.

Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler

 Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler
Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler
£5m boost to start international passenger flights from Carlisle Airport
Carlisle Airport is to get a multi-million pound boost to bring international passenger flights to Cumbria.

Sue Hayman

 Sue Hayman
Sue Hayman
Radical reforms to cut number of Cumbrian MPs dropped
A politician says she is pleased that plans to cut the number of MPs in Cumbria from six to five appear to have been scrapped.