The search for "brampton" returned 4165 hits
Sarah Purdham, Prima Uno, service business of the year
CN Group business awards winners
Judges special award winners TSP Engineering
From left, Adam Powell, Business Person of the year Craig Hatch, WYG and CN's Jonathan Lee
Lifetime contribution award winner Fred Story
From left, Adam Powell, Rick Allan and Louise Gardham Customer Excellence winner and Alex Windle
Carlisle United Community Sports Trust was named social enterprise of the year. From left, Adam Powell, John Halpin, Phil King, Lord Clark, and Sandra Booth
From left, Adam Powell, Rising star Will Gardner-Brennand and Carlisle MP John Stevenson
Best use of media was won by Daffodil Hotel and Spa
New business of the year was Cumbria Travel
Treetop Trek won the Tourism & Hospitality category
Agribusiness of the year winner was Lakes Free Range Egg Co
Exporter of the year was Oxley Group
Margot James MP, Minister of small business with Carlisle MP John Stevenson
CN Group Business Awards
The achievements of Carlisle businessman Fred Story were recognised at the CN Group Business Awards last night.
A man who drove while over the drug limit will learn his fate next month.
Carlisle's infirmary is so full that some patients - including children and pregnant women - are being sent to Whitehaven, it has been claimed.
A floral tribute at the scene
A floral tribute
Floral tributes at the scene
Tributes have been paid to a man who died following an early morning car crash in north Cumbria.
A man has died after his car crashed into a tree in the early hours of yesterday morning.
One of north Cumbria’s best-loved beauty spots has generated £250,000 in income in three years.
1. Wooton Way, Carlisle - £285,000, Tiffen & Co
2. Pennington Drive, Carlisle - £210,000, Cumberland Estate Agents
3. Wigton Road, Carlisle - £190,000, Vicinity Homes
4. Maxwell Drive, Carlisle - £190,000, BPK
5. Hartington Place, Carlisle - £350,000, Cumbrian Properties
6. Rudchester Close, Carlisle - £205,000, PFK
7. Scotland Road, Carlisle - £180,000, Cumbrian Properties
8. Dalston Road, Carlisle - £159,950, Vicinity Homes
9. Rosewood House, Brampton - £375,000, PFK
10. Chesterholm, Carlisle - £185,000, Cumberland Estate Agents
What are the most viewed homes on our websites this week? Larry, the face of our property advertisements, takes a look.
Racehorse trainer Donald McCain
Cheshire trainer Donald McCain is going full tilt at today's #RedRumDay at Carlisle with runners in six of the seven races on the card.
Jack Todd from Inspira with Georgia Seggie
Jason Milligan with family, from left, mum Sandra Dalgleish, dad Andrew Milligan, Jason, grandparents Thomas and Flo Dalgleish
Thomas Slack, Joseph Bragg, Joe Whitehead, Alex Tolson and Lucy Reynolds
John Simpson , NCS Area co-ordinator
A teenager who ended up in hospital during her National Citizen's Service has been rewarded for her dedication to the scheme.
Actor James Phelps who plays Fred Weasley in the Harry Potter films talks to performing arts students at the University of Cumbria
STUDENTS did a double-take when one-half of the red-headed twin wizard brothers of the equally flame-haired Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films paid a surprise visit to their campus.
A dedicated cadet major who was honoured at a moving memorial service has been nominated for the highest level of award.
Objections have been raised to plans for a new power plant in Brampton.
Protesters at the West Cumberland Hospital as Philip Dunne arrives
Health minister Philip Dunne was put under the spotlight, when campaigners quizzed him over controversial proposals to overhaul north Cumbria’s NHS.
Eden Finney who died aged 18
The heartbroken family of a teenager who died hope her memory will have a lasting legacy and raise thousands of pounds for local charities.
A retired consultant believes a new national plan to train more doctors strengthens calls to halt planned cuts to local services.
Headteachers have told council chiefs to go back to the drawing board over controversial proposals to clawback more than £8 million from Cumbria’s schools.
Campaigners fighting to save community hospital beds believe the threat of closures is the underlying reason for nursing shortages.
Shaun Monaghan, chairman of Cumbria Primary Headteachers Association
Alan Rutter, chairman of Cumbria's schools forum
Action has been stepped up to fight controversial proposals to clawback more than £8.3m from Cumbria's schools.
The former Centurion Inn in the village of Walton.
THE owner of a north Cumbrian pub who was served with an enforcement notice to reinstate it has had his appeal dismissed.
MOTORISTS are being warned that they could face delays due to an abnormal load being transported through north Cumbria.
Serious recruitment difficulties, not cost-cutting, have been blamed for major changes to north and west Cumbria’s health services.
THERE are 38 projects which need to be carried out on Cumbria's roads as a priority, according to a new report.
West Cumberland Hospital
Cottage hospital beds face the axe, while maternity and emergency care in west Cumbria will be downgraded as part of radical proposals published by health bosses today.
Sir Neil McKay addresses the meeting
With firm plans for north Cumbria's cottage hospitals set to be unveiled on Monday, bosses have again hinted that Wigton and Alston could be among those set to lose their beds.
Police Car. Blue lights. Emergency.
Drivers are being warned to expect delays as an abnormal load works its way through north Cumbria today.
A view of Lonsdale Street, Carlisle
A highly intelligent man who lived his life “off the grid” was found dead in a shower at his home in Carlisle.
The fairies have moved in
Angela Hall has created a fairy garden for Jigsaw's children's hospice in Carlisle
The fairies have moved in
The new fairy garden
Even Eddie Stobart visits the fairy garden
A magical fairy kingdom filled with tiny treasures has appeared in the garden of Jigsaw, Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice, much to the delight of youngsters who spend time at the centre.
Firefighter Kasey Grainger backs on-call firefighter recruitment drive
A new appeal has been launched to try and recruit on-call firefighters.
Bonny the hen harrier
A rare hen harrier chick raised on a north Cumbrian reserve has taken flight.
Chip pan fire demonstration at Workington Fire Station
A boy on a roof, chip pan fire and chimney fire give Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service crews a busy day across the county.