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Strictly Come Dancing - Strictly Come Dancing celebrity partner Mollie King

Credit: Ray Burmiston/BBC/PA Wire

Professor Graeme Danby, University of Cumbria

 Strictly Come Dancing - Strictly Come Dancing celebrity partner Mollie King Credit: Ray Burmiston/BBC/PA Wire
Strictly Come Dancing - Strictly Come Dancing celebrity partner Mollie King Credit: Ray Burmiston/BBC/PA Wire
Strictly Come Dancing music man to inspire Cumbrian students
A musical maestro who helps ensure stars of Strictly Come Dancing keep in time is heading to Carlisle.

Triple Grand National winner Red Rum will be honoured at Carlisle racecourse with a special day

Last year's winner, Carrigdhoun (front) ridden by Daragh Bourke and trained by Maurice Barnes of Brampton

 Triple Grand National winner Red Rum will be honoured at Carlisle racecourse with a special day
Triple Grand National winner Red Rum will be honoured at Carlisle racecourse with a special day
Carlisle Racecourse to celebrate Red Rum - and help sport's unsung heroes
Racegoers urged to "wear red for Rummy" and get money off entry price on special celebration day.

Victors: Eden Junior Golf Club have qualified for the regional finals of a national competition after winning an event at Brampton Golf Club last Saturday

Star attraction: Rory McIlroy will be involved at the British Masters next week

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 Victors: Eden Junior Golf Club have qualified for the regional finals of a national competition after winning an event at Brampton Golf Club last Saturday
Victors: Eden Junior Golf Club have qualified for the regional finals of a national competition after winning an event at Brampton Golf Club last Saturday
Young Eden golfers qualify for the regional finals of a national competition
Eden Junior Golf Club have qualified for the regional finals of a competition next month.

Hallburn Farm near Longtown, where six 415ft-high wind turbines will be built.

 Hallburn Farm near Longtown, where six 415ft-high wind turbines will be built.
Hallburn Farm near Longtown, where six 415ft-high wind turbines will be built.
Trial run planned as parts for new wind farm are transported into Cumbria
Components for six new wind turbines to be sited in north Cumbria will be moved into place in the coming weeks.
University freshers guide: How to make the most of being a student in Carlisle
Starting university can be a daunting experience.

Field View Cottages, Faugh, Brampton

Alby House, Back Street, Cotehill, Carlisle

Proctors Square, Wigton

 Field View Cottages, Faugh, Brampton
Field View Cottages, Faugh, Brampton
3 of the best cottages
Full of charm and oh so pretty, check out this clutch of country cottages now on the market.

Heath Bank Cottage, Brampton Road, Longtown

Woodland Way, Culgaith, Penrith

Rosebank, Heads Nook, Brampton

 Heath Bank Cottage, Brampton Road, Longtown
Heath Bank Cottage, Brampton Road, Longtown
3 of the best family homes
The houses where we bring up our families hold a special place in our hearts. Here we showcase a trio on the market.

Students sign up for courses on their first day at The University Of Cumbria Fusehill Street Campus, Carlisle last year

The University of Cumbria Fusehill Street Campus, Carlisle

 Students sign up for courses on their first day at The University Of Cumbria Fusehill Street Campus, Carlisle last year
Students sign up for courses on their first day at The University Of Cumbria Fusehill Street Campus, Carlisle last year
Hundreds of students converge on Cumbria as Fresher's Week looms
Tomorrow heralds the arrival of hundreds of new students to university campuses across Cumbria.

Graham Frost from NUHT in Cumbria. Photo: Tom Kay 50088220T003.JPG

Cumbria primary headteacher Chris Brooksbank. Photo: JON GRANGER REF: 0387013

Photo: PA Wire

The number of children excluded for violence against an adult in schools in Cumbria over the last five years.

 Graham Frost from NUHT in Cumbria. Photo: Tom Kay 50088220T003.JPG
Graham Frost from NUHT in Cumbria. Photo: Tom Kay 50088220T003.JPG
Tiny terrors: Reception age kids expelled for attacks on teachers in Cumbria
CHILDREN as young as four are among those excluded from schools across Cumbria after launching physical assaults on teachers, shocking new figures show.
Police probe racist abuse in north Cumbria
An investigation has been launched by police after a man was racially abused in Brampton.
Concrete block smashed through Audi's window
A large concrete block was used to smash the driver's window of a red Audi RS4 car.

Walking in Grizedale. The Japanese practice of 'forest bathing' - or taking a leisurely walk in the woods - has been shown to boost well being.

Whinlatter Forest Vistor Centre, near Keswick.

View of High Dam. Photo: Brenda Doughty

Rowers out on Talkin Tarn in the sunshine.

Looking over towards Keswick Lake from Dodds Wood summit. Photo: Russell Minshaw, Maryport

 Walking in Grizedale. The Japanese practice of 'forest bathing' - or taking a leisurely walk in the woods - has been shown to boost well being.
Walking in Grizedale. The Japanese practice of 'forest bathing' - or taking a leisurely walk in the woods - has been shown to boost well being.
Had enough of Hygge? Try the Japanese art of 'forest bathing' on these woodland walks in Cumbria
Last year the Danish concept of Hygge took the UK by storm as we learned about the art of feeling happy during the colder months.
Everything on hand for a family
Irthington home close to good school and with range of amenities in the village.

A sign on a field gate near Gilsland from Cumbria Police about sheep worrying

 A sign on a field gate near Gilsland from Cumbria Police about sheep worrying
A sign on a field gate near Gilsland from Cumbria Police about sheep worrying
Farmers' fears of sheep being used as 'bait' for hunting games with dogs
There are fears that sheep are being used as bait for hunting games with fierce dogs.

Liam Moore (year 4) and Mackenzie Moore (year 6), Seaton St Paul's C of E Junior School, Seaton, Workington

Xander Ogilvie, 6, starting his last year at Newlaithes Infants School, Morton, Carlisle

The Hughes family from Whitehaven.

Summer rose, 9; Beau Thomas, 7; Chase Jamieson, 5; Amélie Dolly, 3; who attend Jericho primary and Rascals pre school

Kenzo-Cruz and Kingsley-Cole Deugo Mackay going back to Bishop Harvey Goodwin School Carlisle in year 1 and year 2

Nyla Beckwith, 8, year 4, and Jack, 4, reception, St Bridget's Primary School, Egremont

Annabelle Burns starting year 1 at Westfield School, Workington

Miley-Mai Ballantyne (CORR) as she heads to Upperby Primary School, Carlisle

Ellis Mulloy heading to Stanwix School, Carlisle

Luke Farrimond starting year five at Brampton Primary School

Casey Lindsley and Liam Lindsley-Pinder before they head to Upperby Primary School, Carlisle with Ozzy the dog

Hollie and Emily Graham starting nursery and year one respectively at Newtown Community Primary School, Raffles, Carlisle

Angel Burns starting Victoria Junior School, Workington, and Harrison Weightman, starting year six (final year) of Victoria Juniors, Workington

Riley Hastings, first day in reception at Asby Primary School, Appleby

Scarlett Mayne, four, starting reception at Netherton Infant School, Maryport

Tiffany Ward, 11, on her first day at Samuel King's School, Alston

Roman Nattras, starting Cummersdale School

Connor Moore, starting year 3, St Patrick's School, Workington

Alfie Louden, 5, starting year 1 at Crosby-on-Eden School

Annabelle Kerr starting her last year at Morton Manor Nursery, Carlisle

Rio Kennedy, 7, starting year 3 at St Mary's School, Whitehaven

Eve Pattison, 5, starting year 1 at Newtown Community Primary School, Raffles, Carlisle

Kalob Brett Stevenson starting year 1 at Grasslot School, Maryport

Cara, five, and six-year-old Keegan Dewar heading to Ellenborough and Ewanrigg Infant School, Maryport

Finley and Harley Fletcher, years 1 and 3, at Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Ellis Blair, 6, of Fletcher Street, Workington, has started year 2 at St Michael's Nursery and Infant School, Workington.

Charlie Robinson, year 1, Silloth Primary School

Omee Gill attends Upperby Primary School, Carlisle

Katie Leigh Morton, starting year 4, Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton

Amelia Fox starting reception and Daniel Byers, year 5, at Norman Street Primary School, Carlisle

Maddison-Rose Evans has started year 1 this week

Dawn Fisher, four, starting reception at Inglewood Infant School, Harraby, Carlisle

Luke Mcleod, year 5, Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Braedon Greig, year 4, Lillie-Mae Greig, year 3, and reception pupil Nevaeh Greig, all Silloth Primary School

Riley Little, year 2, Bishop Harvey Goodwin School, Currock, Carlisle

Thomas Burns, year 5, Victoria Juniors, Workington

Lily and Evie Williams on their first day at nursery at Brook Street Primary School, Carlisle

Kiera Kerr starting Inglewood Junior School, Harraby, Carlisle

Evie-Rose Wright, year 1, Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Chloe Armstrong, year 4, Caldew Lea School, Carlisle

Sophie Crawford, 7, going into juniors at Holm Cultram Abbey School, Abbeytown

Rory Askew, 2, starting Abbeytown Pre school

Layton Key, 5, year 1, St Gregory's Catholic Primary School, Workington

Ella Gale, of Carlisle, on her first day at the city's James Rennie School.

Zack Scott, 7, starting year 3, Upperby Primary School, Carlisle

Louie Wallace, year 4, Upperby primary school, Carlisle

SUBMITTED PIC September 6 2017 Back to School 2017 Lewis, 9, Nikita aged 8, and David Junior Whetton, 6, Westfield School, Workington.

Alex, reception, and Aaron, year 1, St Catherines Primary School, Penrith

Bailey Karim, year 2, Brampton Primary School

enson Karim, reception, Brampton Primary School

Anika Kesterton starting reception at Inglewood Infant School, Harraby, Carlisle

Sienna Farish, 4, starting reception at Netherton Infants, Maryport

Sharna Wood, 8, and four-year-old sister Hollie Wood, Beckstone Primary School, Workington

Keenan Pearson, year 4, Ewanrigg Junior School, Maryport

Lacey and Leon Tinnion, Montreal School, Cleator Moor

Tyler Bell. First day in reception. Great Corby primary school

Shane Smith, year 2, Bishop Harvey Goodwin School, Currock, Carlisle

Ellie-Marie Smith starting year 4, Bishop Harvey Goodwin, Currock, Carlisle

Callum and Alfie on their way to school

Hayden, year six, and Devon, year 4 Newlaithes Junior School, Morton, Carlisle

Bryony Scott (left) first day starting school compared to this week starting year 3, juniors, Bishop Harvey Goodwin School, Carlisle

Will, left, starting Inglewood juniors, Harraby, Carlisle and (right) Luke, starting Newman School, Carlisle

Tiana and Caleb Jordan, years 3 and 5, Newlaithes junior School, Morton, Carlisle

Amelia Rees Roberts, first day in year 1, Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Oscar Marshall, starting year 2 at Norman Street Primary School, Carlisle

The Fulton family Tianna, 6, year 2; Hermione, 4, reception; and Lataya, 3, first day in nursery

Kacey Murray Corlett, first day in year seven at West Lakes Academy, Egremont

(l-r) Nathan Benson, starting year 10, and Sharna Benson, starting year 7, at Nelson Thomlinson School, Wigton, with Jamie Benson, starting year 5, Wiggonby School

Daisy Anabelle Watson, year 1 at Upperby Primary School, Carlisle

Alyssa Middleton, 11, first day at Newman School, Carlisle

Joseph Martin & Josh Wood starting Newman School, Carlisle, year 7

Taylor~Grace McVeigh, first day in reception, Westfield Nursery and Primary School, Workington

Aaron Joseph Moore, year 6, and Harley Stephen Moore, year 4, All Saints School, Cockermouth

Amelia Pryce, first day in reception, with Ellis Pryce, starting year 5, Inglewood Infant and Junior Schools, Harraby, Carlisle

(r-l) Leo Miller, year 4, and Jessie miller starting reception, Upperby primary school, Carlisle

Amy Elliott, starting year two, Brampton Primary School

James (NO SURNAME) starting year 1 at Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Aleisha White, starting year six, Robert Ferguson Primary School, Denton Holme, Carlisle

Lewis Hastings, year 1, Norman Street School, Carlisle

Caleb Dobie, 3, Pre School, Stoneraise School, Carlisle with Evalyn Dobie, 5, in year 1 at Stoneraise

Rio Usiholo. Year 1 Upperby primary school Carlisle

Alexa Perkins, year 2, Brampton Primary School

Charlie Steele, year one, Victoria Infant School, Workington

Briony Williams going into year two at Brampton Primary School

Kye Johnson-Ismay starting reception, Upperby primary school, Carlisle.

Braidyn and Brodie (NO SURNAME) starting year 3 and reception, Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Amelia Morgan, year 1, Hensingham Primary School, Whitehaven

Tyler John Shaw, first day of Newman School, Carlisle

Ella Georgia Scott, year two, Inglewood Infant School, Harraby, Carlisle

Theo (3) is excited to be going back to nursery at Netherton infant school, Maryport

Rihanna Rourke, year 5, St Patrick's School, Workington

Riley Hilton, 6, year two at Yewdale Primary School, Carlisle

Sophie Ullyart, 14, starting year 10 at Caldew School, Dalston, with four-year-old George Ullyart, starting reception at Yewdale Primary School, Carlisle, and Kian Ullyart, 13, who is in year 8 at Caldew School.

Ellie-Brooke Kerr, starting year 1, Pennine Way Primary School, Harraby, Carlisle

Year 1 pupil Kelsey Shennan, 5, and four-year-old Olivia Shennan, starting reception, Inglewood Infant School, Harraby, Carlisle

Lloyd-Scott Messenger, 7, year 3; and Diesel-Jay Messenger, 5, year 1; Caldew Lea Primary School, Carlisle

Lucas Smiles, year 3, St Cuthbert's School, Wigton

Jaiden-Lynne Barnes, reception, Blennerhasset School

Dalton Gray, Newtown Community Primary School, Raffles, Carlisle

Georjeana-Grace Carruthers, frist day at Petteril Bank School, Harraby, Carlisle

l-r: Louisa, year 1, and Thomas Craig, preschool, Hallbankgate Village School

The Bell family - Chloe, 8; Jake, 4; pupils at Bookwell Primary School, Egremont with one-year-old Lily.

The Cummings family - Paige, year 4; Megan, year 3; and reception pupil Grace; Gilsland CE Primary School

Branden Cooper, 6, Ashfield Infant School, Workington

Mikey Millican, 6, and five-year-old Evie, Belle Vue School, Carlisle

Ruby and Betsy Humphrey, reception, Upperby School, Carlisle. They are wearing different coloured bows so teachers can tell them apart.

l-r: Tyler Morgan, year nine, and year seven Alana Morgan, Netherhall School, Maryport

Abigail Foster, 9, year 5, Derwent Vale Primary School, Great Clifton, Workington

Bailey Pattinson, year 3, Ewanrigg junior school, Maryport

(l-r) Lewis and Anna Tweddly, 6 and 8, Kingmoor's infant and junior schools in Lowry Hill, Carlisle.

Alesha Wilson, year 2, St Patrick's, Workington

Twins Ruby and Ella Walker, Mountain View Nursery, Cockermouth

The Barnes family - Summer, year 1, Inglewood Infants, Harraby, Carlisle and Sophie, year 7, and Skye, year 8, both Newman School, Carlisle

Jack Thomas, year 5, Robert Ferguson Primary School, Denton Holme, Carlisle

Zachariah Munson, 4, Norman Street School, Carlisle

Jamie Grears, 7, and five-year-old Bella Grears, Ashfield Junior and Infant Schools, Workington

Lily and Louis Chung, 4, first day at Crosby-on-Eden School

Joey Moffat, year 4, Bridekirk Dovenby School

The Stephenson family heading to Petteril Bank School, Harraby, Carlisle - Nikita, year 5; Layton, Year 4; Reegan, Year 3; Shayleigh, Year 1 and nursery pupil Winter-Rose.

Megan Griffiths, 4, reception, Kingmoor Nursery and Infant School, Lowry Hill, Carlisle

 Liam Moore (year 4) and Mackenzie Moore (year 6), Seaton St Paul's C of E Junior School, Seaton, Workington
Liam Moore (year 4) and Mackenzie Moore (year 6), Seaton St Paul's C of E Junior School, Seaton, Workington
Back to School 2017 - photo gallery
Proud parents are celebrating as their children start school across Cumbria this week.

Winners of the 2016 Golden Apple Awards 2016, at Carlisle Racecourse

Judging panel for the 2017 Golden Apple Awards

 Winners of the 2016 Golden Apple Awards 2016, at Carlisle Racecourse
Winners of the 2016 Golden Apple Awards 2016, at Carlisle Racecourse
Golden Apple award finalists revealed
Here are the finalists in the running to pick up prestigious awards for education, training and skills.

Cumbria Women Of The Year Cumbria Life award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, with (centre) patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE , and (left) winner of Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal

 Cumbria Women Of The Year Cumbria Life award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, with (centre) patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE , and (left) winner of Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal
Cumbria Women Of The Year Cumbria Life award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, with (centre) patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE , and (left) winner of Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal
Time to honour Cumbria's most inspirational women
It's time to toast our most wonderful women.

Cannabis

 Cannabis
Cannabis
Cannabis addict supplied drug to 15-year-old girl, police told
A cannabis addict has been prosecuted after police got a tip off claiming he supplied the drug to a 15-year-old girl.

Pupils from Lanercost primary school take part in a Roman march along Hadrian's Wall followed by a Roman banquet prepared by themselves at Birdoswald Fort

Penrith and the Border MP Rory Stewart visits Birdoswald Roman Fort to hear about ambitious expansion plans from the English Heritage team. Left to right: Vic Cunningham, Rory Stewart, Lynn Rylance, Simon Bean

 Pupils from Lanercost primary school take part in a Roman march along Hadrian's Wall followed by a Roman banquet prepared by themselves at Birdoswald Fort
Pupils from Lanercost primary school take part in a Roman march along Hadrian's Wall followed by a Roman banquet prepared by themselves at Birdoswald Fort
£1.3m plan to create flagship family attraction at Roman fort in Cumbria
A £1.3m project that will see a Roman fort march into a new era has won political praise.

Coffin of Diana, Princess of Wales, is carried inside Westminster Abbey for her funeral

Sarah Ledger

Robin Burgess

The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William, Earl Spencer, Prince Harry and the Prince of Wales walking behind the coffin

Marking 20 years since the death of Princess Diana

Marking 20 years since the death of Princess Diana

 Coffin of Diana, Princess of Wales, is carried inside Westminster Abbey for her funeral
Coffin of Diana, Princess of Wales, is carried inside Westminster Abbey for her funeral
Poignant memories of people’s princess
Cumbrians recall hearing the tragic news of her death, and the difficult days afterwards. Kelly Pattison reports

Sheep have been killed in separate incidents of sheep worrying in Gilsland, near Brampton

 Sheep have been killed in separate incidents of sheep worrying in Gilsland, near Brampton
Sheep have been killed in separate incidents of sheep worrying in Gilsland, near Brampton
Police investigate sheep worrying in north Cumbria
Three sheep have been killed and more injured in two separate sheep worrying incidents in north Cumbria.
Man admits string of sex offences covering 20 years
A sixty-year-old Brampton man has admitted a string of sex offences against young girls.

The Sport In Action 10k race

The Sport In Action 10k race, starting and finishing near The Sheepmount, Carlisle, pictured are some of the many Eden Runners taking part, from left, Ryan Brennand, Alex Mitchell, Laura Kinnard and Nigel Hierons

The Sport In Action 10k race

The Sport In Action 10k race, starting and finishing near The Sheepmount, Carlisle. pictured are three ladies from the DH Runners who are taking part in their first 10k race. From left, Alison Pescod, Catherine Wood and Bev Pasa

The Sport In Action 10k race

A massive turn-out from the DH Runners, 27 August 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088733F006.JPG

The Sport In Action 10k race, starting and finishing near The Sheepmount, Carlisle, first male back is, coming over Eden Bridge heading to the finishing line

The Sport In Action 10k race,

The Sport In Action 10k race

Border Harrier Peter Campbell

DH Runner Kevin Scott coming over Eden Bridge heading to the finishing line

Jo Hutchinson, left, and Cath Saunders, with race sponsors Energi's mascot, Summer

The Sport In Action 10k race

The Sport In Action 10k race, starting and finishing near The Sheepmount, Carlisle, first female back is, coming over Eden Bridge heading to the finishing line

DH Runners from left, Tracey Pagin, Emma Taylor and Elaine Doran

The Sport In Action 10k race

The Sport In Action 10k race

Marshals Susan Steel, left, and Carole Holdich, pictured before the startG

The Sport In Action 10k race

 The Sport In Action 10k race
The Sport In Action 10k race
Record-breaking field takes on popular Carlisle 10k race
PICTURE GALLERY: This bunch of runners strode out rather than putting their feet up for the bank holiday - competing in impressive style

Students from Trinity School in Carlisle recieve their grades for this GCSE's exams . Calum Taylor who achieved three grade nines in Maths, English Language and English Literature, and seven A stars THURSDAY 24th AUGUST 2017. DAVID HOLLINS

GCSE results are given out early this morning, at William Howard School, Brampton, pictured are two students who have both excelled in all subjects and each gaining 3 9's, Sally Marshall, left, and Madeline Dearman, both aged 16, 24 August 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088718F012.JPG

GCSE results are given out early this morning, at William Howard School, Brampton, pictured are two students who have both excelled in all subjects and each gaining 3 9's, both aged 16, 24 August 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088718F012.JPG

GCSE results are given out early this morning, at William Howard School, Brampton, pictured are two students who have both excelled in all subjects and each gaining 3 9's, Sally Marshall, left, and Madeline Dearman, both aged 16, 24 August 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088718F011.JPG

 Students from Trinity School in Carlisle recieve their grades for this GCSE's exams . Calum Taylor who achieved three grade nines in Maths, English Language and English Literature, and seven A stars THURSDAY 24th AUGUST 2017. DAVID HOLLINS
Students from Trinity School in Carlisle recieve their grades for this GCSE's exams . Calum Taylor who achieved three grade nines in Maths, English Language and English Literature, and seven A stars THURSDAY 24th AUGUST 2017. DAVID HOLLINS
Best friends sweep the board in new GCSEs in Cumbria
Best friends Madeline Dearman and Sally Marshall received the best results they could have asked for in their GCSEs.

Gilsland Spa

 Gilsland Spa
Gilsland Spa
Hotel takeover welcomed by railway station campaigners
The ambitious takeover of an historic hotel near Brampton has been welcomed by campaigners fighting to reopen the nearby railway station.

Amanda Pickering outside Millfield House on Craw Hall, Brampton

 Amanda Pickering outside Millfield House on Craw Hall, Brampton
Amanda Pickering outside Millfield House on Craw Hall, Brampton
Home for a free-range family
House with huge gardens on edge of park offers opportunities for adventurous youngsters.

Smarter: Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR 150PS Elegance

Handsome and reliable: Volvo XC60 D5 SE Geartronic

Consummate all-rounder: Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi Titanium Auto

 Smarter: Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR 150PS Elegance
Smarter: Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDI CR 150PS Elegance
Ask the experts: Towing power
Question: I’ve just come back from holiday and I’m needing a new towing vehicle for my caravan. I want something between five and eight years old, a diesel of course. What models would you suggest?

Keswick School

Keswick School

At Newman School, Carlisle

At Newman School, Carlisle

Joel Dixon, 16, pupil at Richard Rose Morton Academy

Lucy Nugent, 15, and Olivia Harris, 16,

William Howard School, Brampton. Friends Lauren Craig, left, and Rebecca Smith, both aged 16.

William Howard School, Brampton. Lauren Craig, left, and Rebecca Smith, both aged 16.

William Howard School, Brampton. Madeline Dearman, Lizzy Trenell and Sally Docton.

William Howard School, Brampton. Kamil Arczynski and Saffron Blamires.

William Howard School, Brampton.

William Howard School, Brampton. Daisy Gregory, left, and Rebbecca Thompson.

William Howard School. Lauren Craig, aged 16.

William Howard School, Brampton. Daisy Gregory, left, and Rebbecca Thompson.

Keswick School pupils celebrate their GCSE results. Credit Paul C

Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle. Martyna Migawa celebrates execptional grades with her father Jaroslaw and brother Wiktor

Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle

Trinity School in Carlisle.

Trinity School in Carlisle. Friends Calum Taylor and Edward Lythgoe who achieved excellent grades

Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle. Oliwia Zagrodna opens her exam results papers with friends

Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle. Raquel Jacobetty.

Trinity School in Carlisle. Jasmine Metherall and Nathan King.

Trinity School in Carlisle. Twins Savanna (LEFT) and Katie Evans

Trinity School in Carlisle.

Trinity School in Carlisle. Twins Savanna (LEFT) and Katie Evans.

Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle. Students Martyna Migawa and Sophie McNichol

Students from Trinity School in Carlisle. Lauren Taylor and friends

Students from Richard Rose Central Academy in Carlisle. Friends celebrate L-R Amber Robinson, Sophie McNichol and Martyna Migawa

Workington Academy. Head of year Joan Kearton with Mia Edgar

Workington Academy. Pprincipal Collette Macklin congratulates Owen Skipsy

Workington Academy. Macey Johnstone has a very happy mother Cristine Mulgrew

Workington Academy. Assistant head Rose O'Hagan photobombs students Breana Taylor, left and Macey Johnstone

Workington Academy. From the left, Dylan Reay, Carl Spencer, Serkan Koch and Owen Skipsy

Workington Academy. Joan Kearton and Mia Edgar

Workington Academy support staff. From left, Judith Newman, Lindsay Grieveson, Alison Darwent and Judith McMullen.

Success for QEGS pupils

QEGS

Keswick School pupils celebrate

Keswick School

Ullswater Community College

UCC

Ullswater Community College

Ullswater Community College

Ullswater Community College

 Keswick School
Keswick School
Keswick School
Students celebrate GCSE successes across Cumbria - bucking the national trend
GCSE students in Cumbria have excelled in a year which saw the introduction of a the biggest shake-up of exams for a generation.

Ready for action: West End Over-60s

 Ready for action: West End Over-60s
Ready for action: West End Over-60s
Courtfield secure the Thursday Carliol League title for 2017 with win over Dalston
The Thursday Carliol League champions for 2017 are Courtfield who secured the title with an impressive 9-1 win over Dalston at The Recreation Ground.
Drink-driver snared after hunt for friend's missing car
A drink-driver has been given a suspended jail sentence after police found him behind the wheel of his pal's car in Carlisle while over the limit by more than three times.