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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.

Aikrigg, Hayton Lane End, Hayton, Brampton

Skinburness Road, Silloth

Larch Drive, Stanwix, Carlisle

 Aikrigg, Hayton Lane End, Hayton, Brampton
Aikrigg, Hayton Lane End, Hayton, Brampton
3 of the best bungalows
With properties to suit a range of buyers from professionals to retirees, we feature three bungalows on the market.
Military man downloaded indecent child images
A military sergeant who downloaded illegal images of "very young" children has been sentenced.

Carlisle Crown Court

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Man accused of stealing £21,000 from brother-in-law
A man accused of stealing about £21,000 from his brother-in-law will stand trial later this year.

School pupils across the county collect their A Level and AS Level exam results

Chris McAree, headteacher of William Howard School

 School pupils across the county collect their A Level and AS Level exam results
School pupils across the county collect their A Level and AS Level exam results
Thousands of teenagers prepare to receive their A-level results
The wait is finally over for this year's class of 2017 as thousands of students pick up their A-level results today.

Fun in the sun: The Subscription team before their success at Courtfield last Thursday

 Fun in the sun: The Subscription team before their success at Courtfield last Thursday
Fun in the sun: The Subscription team before their success at Courtfield last Thursday
Thursday League leaders Courtfield come unstuck against neighbours Subscription
Thursday League leaders Courtfield had a good chance to put the league title to bed.

William Howard School celebrations

Smiles all round for Trinity School's A level results.

Stephanie Burrell & Ellie Parsons have a few words of wisdom for next year's students

Pupils at Cockermouth School celebrate their A levels success

A Level results day, at Trinity School

A Level results day at Richard Rose Central Academy

A Level results day, at Trinity School, Carlisle

A Level results day, at Trinity School, Carlisle

A Level results day, at Trinity School, Carlisle

A Level results day, at Richard Rose Central Academy, Carlisle

A Level results day, at Trinity School, Carlisle

William Howard School celebrations

Keswick School: Keri Moore, Emily Edge, Bethan Savage, Alexandra Younger, Jamie Suddaby, Aidan Roberts, Hamish Leslie, Kieran Hodgson, Georgina Clarke, Lily Thompson

Shirley Tan was among the pupils at Whitehaven's St Benedict's School

Picture: Sarah Robinson

Maisie Diamond Smith at Whitehaven's St Benedict's School

Picture: Sarah Robinson

Eloise Marsland at Whitehaven's St Benedict's School

Picture: Sarah Robinson

QEGS results: Emily Brown, Phoebe Swift, Anna Duff, Iona Frost, Sangeev Ravimohan, Connor Mattinson & Amy Caris

Energy Coast UTC student Rebecca Telford, 19

PICTURE: Liam Waite

Josh Donald, 18, of Aspatria

PICTURE: Liam Waite

SMILES OF SUCCESS: Jack Hewitson, Adam Southward and Darcy Towers at Netherhall School, Maryport.

A Level results Netherhall School, Maryport Ellie Clifford

A Level results Netherhall School, Maryport Kimberly Scott

Leah Wilson at Netherhall School

Sophie Kenmare at Austin Friars

Austin Friars: Heidi Rennie

Austin Friars: Kathryn Orr and Angus Irving

Austin Friars: Isabel Leitch

Cockermouth School: Luke Ely

Cockermouth School: Lauren Proctor

A Level results at Cockermouth School

Workington Academy: Keira Benzie and Connor Joyce

Charlotte Nicholson, of Workington Academy, opens her results

Workington Academy's Holly Harkness, Gemma Snodden and Charlotte Nicholson

Benedict's School student Robbie Arins

St Benedict's student Sarah Lucas is hugged by her mum Alison

St Benedict's student Sarah Lucas

A Level results UTC: Rebecca Telford, Stephen Gascoigne and Josh Donald

 William Howard School celebrations
William Howard School celebrations
Hard work pays off for thousands of Cumbrian students
The moment has finally come, where thousands of Cumbrian students learn if their hard work paid off.

Dramaturg Hanna Slattne (left) with Stevie Prickett, a lecturer in dance and physical theatre at the University of Cumbria’s Institute of the Arts at Brampton Road, Carlisle, collaborating

 Dramaturg Hanna Slattne (left) with Stevie Prickett, a lecturer in dance and physical theatre at the University of Cumbria’s Institute of the Arts at Brampton Road, Carlisle, collaborating
Dramaturg Hanna Slattne (left) with Stevie Prickett, a lecturer in dance and physical theatre at the University of Cumbria’s Institute of the Arts at Brampton Road, Carlisle, collaborating
Carlisle university lecturer's role in new theatre production
A north Cumbrian university lecturer has been playing a vital role in a creative collaboration which sees the worlds of theatre and medicine collide.
Overturned vehicle blocks main Cumbrian road
One of Cumbria's main roads is blocked because of a crash.

Dalston Show 2016

Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. Dangerous Steve thrills the crowds: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. The Grand Parade: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. The Drakes of Hazard, sheepdog and runner duck display team: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. Inch Perfect Trials Motorbike Display Team: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. Gillian Potts with some of the many trophies up for grabs: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. Judging takes place in the Holstein Friesian pairs: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. (left o right) Gemma Mitchell, Emily Armstrong and Nicola Jackson all from Kirklinton Young Farmers: 12 August 2017

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Dalston Show 2017. The annual Dalston Agricultural Society show. Exhibitors and spectators flock to the village show outside of Carlisle. Overall Supreme Champion and Champion Beef Interbreed and Champion Limousin from JM and SM Priestley, Cracrop Farm, Brampton, led by Sarah Priestley: 12 August 2017

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 Dalston Show 2016
Dalston Show 2016
Thousands head to annual Dalston Show spectacular
Dalston village showfield is bursting at the seams today as the much-anticipated annual agricultural show takes centre stage.

Angus and Emily Dawson in the front garden of Millbrook

 Angus and Emily Dawson in the front garden of Millbrook
Angus and Emily Dawson in the front garden of Millbrook
From rundown and shabby to a design dream
Georgian gem of a cottage now shines bright in sought-after Cumbrian village.

Administration: Bespoke tailor Tom Mahon of English Cut in Brampton

Royal Visit - Prince Charles at Rosehill Theatre. pic MIKE McKENZIE 10th April 2017 Prince Charles has a laugh after he unvieled the plaque in his honour at Rosehill Theatre. pic Mike McKenzie

 Administration: Bespoke tailor Tom Mahon of English Cut in Brampton
Administration: Bespoke tailor Tom Mahon of English Cut in Brampton
Administration for Cumbrian tailor to the stars
A high-end Cumbrian tailor who once made suits for Prince Charles, David Beckham and rock star Bryan Ferry, has fallen into administration.
Property for sale with tourism potential close to Hadrian's Wall
Farm steading with land offers great opportunity for wide range of uses from bed and breakfast to equestrian.

BBC head of media Amol Rajan, who is due to present the inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards

The Lake District China Forum, nominated in the Best Marketing category

Julia Winder, area operations manager for Inspira, nominated for Best Social Enterprise, with Jayne Moorby from Oxley Group, nominated in the Best Manufacturing category

Luke Christian, co-founder of Lakeland Mues, which is nominated for Best New Business

Paul Rheinbach, managing director of More Handles, which is nominated for Best Community Involvement

Amyn Fazal, chief executive of Penrith Building Society, who is nominated for Best Business Person

 BBC head of media Amol Rajan, who is due to present the inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards
BBC head of media Amol Rajan, who is due to present the inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards
Shortlist announced for inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards
Magazine honours enterprises across county, both big and small

Mayfield, Blackwell, Carlisle

High House Cottage, Cumwhinton

Lynden Lea, Brier Lonning, Hayton, Brampton

 Mayfield, Blackwell, Carlisle
Mayfield, Blackwell, Carlisle
3 of the best family homes
From modern properties to semis in the countryside we feature a trio of larger houses ideal for families.

Pupils from Lanercost C of E Primary School taking part emotional wellbeing classes

Pupils from Lanercost C of E Primary School taking part emotional wellbeing classes

 Pupils from Lanercost C of E Primary School taking part emotional wellbeing classes
Pupils from Lanercost C of E Primary School taking part emotional wellbeing classes
Learning to cope with life's challenges from an early age
Childhood in 21st century Britain is not without its challenges.

Beckside Court, Beck Lane, Brampton

Golf Terrace, Silloth

Close Street, Carlisle

 Beckside Court, Beck Lane, Brampton
Beckside Court, Beck Lane, Brampton
3 of the best starter homes
Buying your first home is an exciting rite of passage and our region has a good choice of properties, with three showcased here.

Andrea Hodgson, daughter Masie and dog Nell watch the horse classes

Tyler Jack and Charlie Bell have fun on one of the quad bikes

The industrial marquee

Three-year-old Nate Young was a mini fireman

Nathan Roper from Whitehaven waits for the judge in the junior handler class

John Burrow from the 550 Group

Byron Peak, from Seaton, looks around the vintage trucks

Rebecca Connor on board J G's Firebird

Hannah Place onFlying Arrows

Richard Nichol on New to the Job

Richard Priestly from Brampton with the champion bull

Katherine Jenkinson from Fordsyke Farm near Carlisle won the young handler (cattle)

The terrier class is judged

Steve Robertson with his dog Daz

Yasmin Slack and Gemma Coulthard in the final of the ladies Cumberland & Westmorland wrestling

John Harrington and Jack Hall compete in the final of the mens Cumberland & Westmorland wrestling

Thomas Peet from Cockermouth with his champion in class and reserve champion foal

PIC SUBMITTED 31 July 2017 Cockermouth Show president Joyce Jackson and her granddaughter, who scored most points in the children's section. PICTURE: David Stephenson

 Andrea Hodgson, daughter Masie and dog Nell watch the horse classes
Andrea Hodgson, daughter Masie and dog Nell watch the horse classes
Thousands delight at Cockermouth Show
Crowds turned out in their thousands for Cockermouth Show, which once again failed to disappoint.

Fire engine

 Fire engine
Fire engine
Fire crews tackle barn blaze in north Cumbria
Firefighters from Carlisle, Brampton and Longtown have been tackling a barn fire in north Cumbria.

Competitors tackle one of the obstacles

 Competitors tackle one of the obstacles
Competitors tackle one of the obstacles
'I expected Gelt Gladiator event to be safe'
After Gelt Gladiator founder Mike James received a suspended jail term for safety failings in 2015, Phil Coleman spoke to one of five seriously injured event competitors

Neil Sidaway and Helen May outside Ash Tree Cottage

 Neil Sidaway and Helen May outside Ash Tree Cottage
Neil Sidaway and Helen May outside Ash Tree Cottage
Love at first sight - despite 70s decor
Couple smitten by Cumwhinton home but orange walls with turquoise bath had to go.

The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.

Staff at George Romney.

The Ginger Bakers team.

Geoff Monkman, of Cumbrian Delights.

 The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
The Co-op are introducing a great range of locally produced goods into their stores. The supermarket chain are rolling out food and drink produced by Cumbrian suppliers in a campaign to support local producers. Charlotte Bleasdale the divisional ranging manager for the north with the Cumbrian products.
Co-op backs Cumbrian producers
The Co-op has launched a local sourcing programme in Cumbria.

Mike James

 Mike James
Mike James
Gelt Gladiator boss sentenced after competitors seriously hurt
A woman suffered a broken neck after plunging head first into shallow water on a slide at the Gelt Gladiator endurance event.

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.