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Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday at Green Lane Nursing Home in Brampton with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Elizabeth McCluskey with her sisters in the 1920s

Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday

Elizabeth McCluskey with Leslie McCluskey (left) and Muriel Brierley


          Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday at Green Lane Nursing Home in Brampton with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday at Green Lane Nursing Home in Brampton with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
100 years young for woman described as a 'proper grandma'
A Brampton woman celebrated living for a century surrounded her loving family and friends.

Brampton Community Centre holds a solar farm public consultation

William Laird on the quad bike with brother Jim and his son Rory

Charles Yates

 Brampton Community Centre holds a solar farm public consultation
Brampton Community Centre holds a solar farm public consultation
Sun sets on solar park application
Plans for a 25-acre solar park in Brampton have been scuppered by changes to government payments.

Louise and Craig Docherty with son Harry, 22 months, at the back of their property

 Louise and Craig Docherty with son Harry, 22 months, at the back of their property
Louise and Craig Docherty with son Harry, 22 months, at the back of their property
Countryside on the doorstep of this modern Brampton home
Friendly people, a rural feel yet only minutes from urban amenities - just three of the reasons why a Brampton couple love living there.

Fir Ends Primary School, Smithfield

 Fir Ends Primary School, Smithfield
Fir Ends Primary School, Smithfield
Primary school to close early for summer
A PRIMARY school is to close early for summer to allow building work to get off the ground.

Sky logo

 Sky logo
Sky logo
Sky Talk and broadband issues resolved in Carlisle and north Cumbria
Residents and businesses in north Cumbria experienced major issues with their Sky packages.

SIMEON CHATZILIDIS

SIMEON CHATZILIDIS
Jail for Brampton lock knife man
A judge has jailed a man for committing his second knife crime in seven months.

Brampton War Memorial Hospital

John Holland

 Brampton War Memorial Hospital
Brampton War Memorial Hospital
Campaigners lodge plans to save under-threat hospital
A group fighting to save Brampton hospital has offered to stump up the cash to fund an extra bed and help recruit staff.

Pupil Aimee-Jo Phillips serves Doris Watson and Mabel Irving

Guests applaud the singers

Audrey Bowers with organiser Sandra Robinson who is retiring this year

 Pupil Aimee-Jo Phillips serves Doris Watson and Mabel Irving
Pupil Aimee-Jo Phillips serves Doris Watson and Mabel Irving
Party piece: Scones and songs for visitors
There was cake, coffee, tea and treats as a party got underway in Brampton.

Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme

File photo dated 01/11/1916 of British soldiers negotiating a shell-crater

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Ghosts on the Somme /

 Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme
Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme
‘There was not a braver young man on battlefield’
The anniversary of the Battle of the Somme has provoked intense interest in Cumbria's contribution. Chris Story looks some fascinating messages from the frontline.

Dan Smith (NWAS Consultant Paramedic), Jimmy Vincent, Jamie Stott, Annabel Tiffin, Steve Hynes (NWAS Head of Service)

Charity Tic Toc receiving their Special Recognition Award

Jamie Stott who saved Jimmy Vincent's life

 Dan Smith (NWAS Consultant Paramedic), Jimmy Vincent, Jamie Stott, Annabel Tiffin, Steve Hynes (NWAS Head of Service)
Dan Smith (NWAS Consultant Paramedic), Jimmy Vincent, Jamie Stott, Annabel Tiffin, Steve Hynes (NWAS Head of Service)
Cumbria's life-savers honoured
A Brampton first responder who brought a man back to life following a cardiac arrest has been honoured by the ambulance service.

Owner Jo Dawson outside her home The Stables in Brampton

Brampton couple selling their lovely family home
A wonderful family home - that’s how Jo Dawson describes the impressive detached property where she and husband Matt have brought up their four children.

Eden Finney, 18, from Brampton

 Eden Finney, 18, from Brampton
Eden Finney, 18, from Brampton
The best daughter you could wish for - tributes to Eden, 18
The heartbroken family and friends of a teenager who tragically died have spoken of her bright smile, sunny laughter and loving nature.

Kyra Edmondson, aged six, from Upperby, Carlisle

Outdoor performance by Theatre Group Pantaloons of Canterbury Tales, at Talkin Tarn

Outdoor performance by Theatre Group Pantaloons of Canterbury Tales, at Talkin Tarn

Jennifer Moore and 15-year-old daughter Alissa Moore, from Harraby

Outdoor performance by Theatre Group Pantaloons of Canterbury Tales, at Talkin Tarn

Outdoor performance by Theatre Group Pantaloons of Canterbury Tales, at Talkin Tarn

Outdoor performance by Theatre Group Pantaloons of Canterbury Tales, at Talkin Tarn

Outdoor performance by Theatre Group Pantaloons of Canterbury Tales, at Talkin Tarn

 Kyra Edmondson, aged six, from Upperby, Carlisle
Kyra Edmondson, aged six, from Upperby, Carlisle
Comic pilgrimage diverts to Brampton
Picnics and Prosecco were the perfect accompaniment to the pilgrims in the latest open-air theatre taking centre stage at a popular Cumbrian country park.

James Bell, 17

 James Bell, 17
James Bell, 17
Entrepreneurs shine in the city
Teenagers from Cumbria are in London today taking on the best in Britain in the UK finals of a business competition.

St John's Church, Workington

 St John's Church, Workington
St John's Church, Workington
£340,000 cash injection to repair Cumbrian church roofs
CHURCHES across Cumbria are celebrating after winning £340,000 of Government-funding for vital roof repairs.
5,500+ pupils out of school, as teachers strike
More than 5,500 pupils will miss school today as teachers across the county take part in a national strike.

Workington Academy Head teacher Jonathan Logan

 Workington Academy Head teacher Jonathan Logan
Workington Academy Head teacher Jonathan Logan
List of Cumbrian school closures ahead of teachers' strike
Schools across Cumbria will close at least partially because of a planned teachers' strike.

Jonathan Logan, of Workington Academy

 Jonathan Logan, of Workington Academy
Jonathan Logan, of Workington Academy
Teachers' strike: School closures and events cancelled
A planned teachers' strike has forced some schools to close while others face significant disruption.

Soldiers from the 8th Border Regiment on the Somme, in German dugouts, in 1916

An 18-pounder gun in action at Authille, 1916

Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, pictured in 1915

Private David Johnston

Private David Johnston, of Carlisle, was killed at the Somme on July 1, 1916. This end of war street party (1918 or 1919) on Granville Road with possibly David Johnston’s daughter in the centre

German prisoners help to carry British wounded back to their trenches after an attack by XIV (Irish) Corps on Bavarian units in September 1916 (PA)

Battle of the Somme (PA)

British XIV Corps, advancing near Ginchy, during the Battle of Morval (PA)

Private James Braniff, of Workington

Pte Joseph Williams, right, of the 8th Border Rgmt and his brother John Williams, of the Seaforth Highlanders

Soldiers leaving their trenches to attack on the Somme

A British Grenadier Guardsman keeping watch on 'No-Man's land' at Ovillers, near Albert, in 1916 (PA)

Battle of the Somme

 Soldiers from the 8th Border Regiment on the Somme, in German dugouts, in 1916
Soldiers from the 8th Border Regiment on the Somme, in German dugouts, in 1916
Remembered: Cumbria's dead from the first day of the Battle of the Somme
It is 100 years since the bloodiest and most infamous battle of World War One.

The new centre

Submitted, June 28, 2016.

An explosion at Spadeadam.

Submitted, June 28.

The new centre at Spadeadam.

Submitted, June 28, 2016.

Elisabeth Tørstad, the chief executive for DNV GL oil and gas.

Submitted, June 28, 2016

Gary Tomlin.vice-president for safety and risk at DNV GL and director of Spadeadam testing and research centre.

Submitted, June 28, 2016.

A spindle jet fire.

Submitted, June 28, 2016.

A simulated fire at Spadeadam to test fire protection.

 The new centre
The new centre
Explosives testing centre to open at Spadeadam
An explosives testing facility was due to open in Cumbria today.
Should cyclists be made to get a licence?
A survey of car drivers showed that three-quarters of those questioned want cyclists to take a test before being allowed on the roads.

Ray Gall

 Ray Gall
Ray Gall
Gall and Baird win Courtfield Race Week Pairs
Ray Gall and John Baird won the Annual Courtfield Race Week Pairs event, on the the third day of the tournament.

Ashley Todd

Ashley Todd

Ashley Todd

 Ashley Todd
Ashley Todd
Cumbrian schoolboy aiming to be crowned national Top Trumps champion
An 11-year-old card player is hoping he can trump his remaining rivals to become the UK champion of a popular card game.

Bentley Bamber, here with mum Jade, won the boys' one to three years category last year

 Bentley Bamber, here with mum Jade, won the boys' one to three years category last year
Bentley Bamber, here with mum Jade, won the boys' one to three years category last year
Bonny Babies 2016: All you need to know
Bonny Babies are back! Our popular contest opens next Monday and photographers will be visiting venues across the north and west of the county over the next few weeks so book your appointment now.

Carlisle Crown Court

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Jail for Carlisle cannabis dealer
A CANNABIS dealer who peddled the drug to friends has been jailed for a year.

Labour MP Jo Cox

Police at the scene in Birstall, West Yorkshire

 Labour MP Jo Cox
Labour MP Jo Cox
Cumbrians pay tribute after MP killed
Cumbrian MPs have joined the nation in expressing their grief at the killing of MP Jo Cox.

Firefighters form a guard of honour for the funeral of Edna Dawson

Final farewell: Firefighters form a guard of honour for the funeral of Edna Dawson

Guard of honour for Edna Dawson

 Firefighters form a guard of honour for the funeral of Edna Dawson
Firefighters form a guard of honour for the funeral of Edna Dawson
Firefighters’ farewell to a loyal colleague
Firefighters stood silently to attention as they provided a guard of honour at the funeral of a much-loved former colleague.

Keswick Public Meeting

Christina Patterson

 Keswick Public Meeting
Keswick Public Meeting
Concerns raised over woman who chaired hospital meetings
Concerns have been raised about the impartiality of the woman who chaired public meetings about health services in Cumbria.

Team manager Eddie Williams (Right) with members and supporters of Crown Newlaithes Ladies FC, Carlisle, taking part in 10-mile Gelt Gladiator challenge near Brampton

Archaeologists Clara Dickinson, 26, of Etterby, Carlisle and boyfriend Steven Chetwynd, 24, of Denton Holme, Carlisle taking part in the 10-mile challenge at Gelt Gladiator, Brampton

Participants warming up for one of the first waves of the Gelt Gladiator challenges near Brampton this weekend

 Team manager Eddie Williams (Right) with members and supporters of Crown Newlaithes Ladies FC, Carlisle, taking part in 10-mile Gelt Gladiator challenge near Brampton
Team manager Eddie Williams (Right) with members and supporters of Crown Newlaithes Ladies FC, Carlisle, taking part in 10-mile Gelt Gladiator challenge near Brampton
Muddy fun with the return of Cumbria's Gelt Gladiator
TWO days of muddy mayhem heralded the second annual Gelt Gladiator event near Brampton.

Jamie Stott and Jimmy Vincent

 Jamie Stott and Jimmy Vincent
Jamie Stott and Jimmy Vincent
Life-saving first responder praised by man he brought back to life
A first responder brought a Brampton man back to life after shocking his heart six times.