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Mark Lloyd


          Mark Lloyd
Mark Lloyd
Cumbrian green campaigners back bid to scrap 'use by' dates
Green campaigners in Cumbria say a common sense approach is needed when it comes to use-by dates, in a bid to stop massive amounts of food being wasted each year.

Lewis Todhunter, 15, from Farlam, near Brampton, at the Supercar event

 Lewis Todhunter, 15, from Farlam, near Brampton, at the Supercar event
Lewis Todhunter, 15, from Farlam, near Brampton, at the Supercar event
Speedy cars blaze a trail at Cumbrian event
A Cumbrian teenager drove one of the world's fastest Italian supercars - the day before he turned 17.

The former Tarn End Hotel

 The former Tarn End Hotel
The former Tarn End Hotel
Revised plans to convert former Talkin hotel lodged
Revised plans to convert a dilapidated former hotel into new homes have been lodged.

The BugsnStuff event, at Carlisle Library

 The BugsnStuff event, at Carlisle Library
The BugsnStuff event, at Carlisle Library
Children get hands on with exotic insects
They're not the usual kind of customers at Carlisle library...

Autumn weather. Rowers from Talkin Tarn Rowing Club, Brampton, Cumbria take advantage of the warm sunny afternoon. The trees around the Tarn displaying wonderful golden autumnal leaves. The rowing club is one of the oldest in the country and was founded in 1859:24 October 2013

STUART WALKER

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 Autumn weather. Rowers from Talkin Tarn Rowing Club, Brampton, Cumbria take advantage of the warm sunny afternoon. The trees around the Tarn displaying wonderful golden autumnal leaves. The rowing club is one of the oldest in the country and was founded in 1859:24 October 2013 STUART WALKER S90961.jpg
Autumn weather. Rowers from Talkin Tarn Rowing Club, Brampton, Cumbria take advantage of the warm sunny afternoon. The trees around the Tarn displaying wonderful golden autumnal leaves. The rowing club is one of the oldest in the country and was founded in 1859:24 October 2013 STUART WALKER S90961.jpg
Cumbrian beauty spot attracts growing number of visitors
THE number of visitors enjoying Talkin Tarn - one of north Cumbria’s top beauty spots - is on the up, with additional income being reinvested to continuously add to its appeal.

Tony Hopper and Rory Delap

 Tony Hopper and Rory Delap
Tony Hopper and Rory Delap
"Tony Hopper? He's one of the strongest characters I know"
Ahead of an emotional day at Carlisle United, Rory Delap says his close friend and former team-mate, who has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease, deserves a great reception

Mary and Ian Gill at The Paddocks in Thursby

The solar panels return £1,400 a year for the Gills

 Mary and Ian Gill at The Paddocks in Thursby
Mary and Ian Gill at The Paddocks in Thursby
Bungalow is a shining example of how to turn a profit
Owners of village home reap the rewards of installing solar panels.

University of Cumbria Students’ Union (UCSU) Success Awards winners 2016

 University of Cumbria Students’ Union (UCSU) Success Awards winners 2016
University of Cumbria Students’ Union (UCSU) Success Awards winners 2016
Awards shortlist announced for those who make Cumbria Uni great
Dozens of staff, students and teams have been shortlisted for an award recognising their unsung work.

Salutation's Craig McCue scored against Arroyo

 Salutation's Craig McCue scored against Arroyo
Salutation's Craig McCue scored against Arroyo
Carlisle City Sunday Football League Premier Division leaders beaten
Carlisle City Sunday Football League Premier Division leaders Arroyo lost ground as they slipped to a 4-2 defeat against rivals Salutation.

Dark moody skies for the fourth race at Carlisle Racecourse

The Cobbler Swayne, left, ridden by Tom Scudamore in the third race

Kap Jazz, ridden by Charlie Deutsch, clears the final fence in the third race

Calivigny, left, ridden by Brian Hughes jumps ahead of Dream Flyer, ridden by Craig Nichol in the third race

 Dark moody skies for the fourth race at Carlisle Racecourse
Dark moody skies for the fourth race at Carlisle Racecourse
Brampton trainer Maurice Barnes claims bragging rights in richest race on the card at Carlisle Racecourse
On a day when long-distance travellers held sway at Carlisle, it was Brampton trainer Maurice Barnes who claimed bragging rights when landing the richest race on the card with old-timer Carrigdhoun.

The partially submerged Nissan Note car

A lady walks past a partially submerged Nissan Note car in the River Eden

The car in the river off Brampton Road

 The partially submerged Nissan Note car
The partially submerged Nissan Note car
Police hunt suspected teenage car thief after vehicle dumped in Carlisle river
Police are hunting a suspected teenage car thief, after a vehicle was stolen from a house in Carlisle - and then crashed into a river.

Emergency services at the scene

Emergency services at the scene

The scene of the crash

 Emergency services at the scene
Emergency services at the scene
Man, 49, in "critical condition" after fatal two car crash near Carlisle
Two children, aged 4 and 6, and a man airlifted to hospital.

Tony Hopper with wife Sue and Daniel, Jack and Adam

 Tony Hopper with wife Sue and Daniel, Jack and Adam
Tony Hopper with wife Sue and Daniel, Jack and Adam
Former Northbank footballers plea to join fundraiser for an ex-Blues hero
A fundraising footballers’ reunion is being organised for former Carlisle United player Tony Hopper following his diagnosis with motor neurone disease.

Border City Rollers rollerskating team

'Jammer' Ella Stevens of Border City Rollers from Carlisle pushes her way through the pack

'Jammer' Iona Steen hits the deck

Maddie Mitchell of Border City Rollers from Workington

Julia Ivansky from Penrith in the pack

Vicky Braidwood and Sophie Edwards, both from Carlisle, face-off.

Border City Rollers rollerskating team

 Border City Rollers rollerskating team
Border City Rollers rollerskating team
Cumbria roller skating team seeks new recruits
It's fast and furious and involves a great deal of bashing on four wheels - welcome to the Border City Rollers skating team.

Chris McAree

 Chris McAree
Chris McAree
Cuts lead to threat of job losses at Cumbrian schools
The effects of an education funding crisis hitting schools is leading to cuts - and the threat of potential job losses in Cumbrian classrooms.

Kuldip McMullan

 Kuldip McMullan
Kuldip McMullan
Police praise schools over Snapchat action
Police have praised two schools that have written to parents warning them after some of their pupils were targeted via the social media app Snapchat.

1. Willow Place, Parkland Village, Carlisle - £225,000

The spacious lounge with balcony in Willow Place

A bedroom with fitted wardrobes in the Willow Place apartment

3. Milbourne Court, Milbourne Street - £170,000

The 22ft lounge with Juliet balcony in the Milbourne Court apartment

Quality appliances and a newly fitted kitchen in the third-floor Milbourne Court home

4. Higginson Mill, Denton Mill Close, Carlisle - £80,000

The Higginson Mill flat is for sale in excellent decorative order

The bedroom in the first-floor flat in Higginson Mill, Denton Mill Close

5. Longholme Road, off Cumwhinton Road, Carlisle - £70,000

The reception room in the Longholme Road home

The Longholme Road flat has a fitted kitchen with integrated oven and hob

2. Jackson Court, Brampton - £85,000

The stunning open-plan living space in the Jackson Court maisonette

 1. Willow Place, Parkland Village, Carlisle - £225,000
1. Willow Place, Parkland Village, Carlisle - £225,000
5 apartments for sale in Carlisle
A luxurious penthouse and beautifully presented apartment in a former mill building are among the pick of homes on offer from Cumbrian Properties.

The motorway bridge, St John's Bridge, at Houghton

 The motorway bridge, St John's Bridge, at Houghton
The motorway bridge, St John's Bridge, at Houghton
Key route into Carlisle set to close overnight
A main road into Carlisle is set to close for up to 10 nights to allow for essential repairs to a motorway bridge.

Chris McAree

 Chris McAree
Chris McAree
Cumbrian school warning after pupils targeted via SnapChat
Pupils at one of north Cumbria's largest secondary schools are being targeted on social media.

Firefighters from Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service tackle a blaze which gutted a cottage

Fire at semi-detached cottage in Hethersgill

Fire at semi-detached cottage in Hethersgill

Fire at Hethersgill

Firefighters tackle a blaze which gutted a cottage

Firefighters tackle a blaze which gutted a cottage near Hethersgill

Firefighters tackle a blaze which gutted a cottage near Hethersgill.

 Firefighters from Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service tackle a blaze which gutted a cottage
Firefighters from Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service tackle a blaze which gutted a cottage
WITH VIDEO: Man taken to hospital after major cottage fire in north Cumbria
Firefighters are currently tackling a cottage blaze north of Carlisle.

Steffan Scott scores for Northside against FC Cosmos in their 4-0 victory (photo: Martyn Cockbain)

 Steffan Scott scores for Northside against FC Cosmos in their 4-0 victory (photo: Martyn Cockbain)
Steffan Scott scores for Northside against FC Cosmos in their 4-0 victory (photo: Martyn Cockbain)
Northside see off Egremont League's FC Cosmos to reach Sunday County Cup Quarter-Final
Northside saw off Egremont League opposition to reach the quarter-finals of the Sunday County Cup.

The winning team

 The winning team
The winning team
Games design students put through their paces
GAMES design students have been put through their paces in an Apprentice-style competition that gave them just four days to come up with a unique idea and turn it into reality.

Tony, Daniel, Jack, Adam and Sue Hopper

Tony during his CUFC days

Tony Hopper making his debut for Workington Reds

 Tony, Daniel, Jack, Adam and Sue Hopper
Tony, Daniel, Jack, Adam and Sue Hopper
Fund will help ex-Blues star create memories for his family
The family of Cumbrian footballer Tony Hopper say they are overwhelmed by the way people are rallying round the former Carlisle United and Workington Reds player.

Nathan Pullan

 Nathan Pullan
Nathan Pullan
Friends raising funds for Carlisle cancer survivor
A cancer survivor is celebrating the true value of friendship after his mates launched a fundraiser to send him on the trip of a lifetime.

Cranstons’ Philip Cranston is pictured right at the 2017 Q Guild Smithfield Awards with the company’s Charles Watt, left, and Tom Parker Bowles.credit Pho2u

 Cranstons’ Philip Cranston is pictured right at the 2017 Q Guild Smithfield Awards with the company’s Charles Watt, left, and Tom Parker Bowles.credit Pho2u
Cranstons’ Philip Cranston is pictured right at the 2017 Q Guild Smithfield Awards with the company’s Charles Watt, left, and Tom Parker Bowles.credit Pho2u
Butchers on a winning streak
Staff at Cumbrian butchers Cranstons have taken a hat trick of prizes at an 'Oscars'-style ceremony.

Shaun Gardner and Jimmy Little

The Sally

 Shaun Gardner and Jimmy Little
The Sally
Shaun Gardner and Jimmy Little
Community groups in Irthington make the most of their newly reopened local
SOCIAL clubs and organisations have created a hive of activity at a newly-reopened Victorian coaching house.

Carlisle Community Health Mela 2016

 Carlisle Community Health Mela 2016
Carlisle Community Health Mela 2016
Funding secured to bring health mela back to Carlisle
PEOPLE in Carlisle will be encouraged to be fit, healthy and happy when a large-scale festival is staged focussing on keeping Cumbrians well.

Press Association

 Press Association
Press Association
4G set to launch in north Cumbrian village
HIGH speed mobile broadband is making its way to Hallbankgate, near Brampton.

Musician John Holland from Stanwix, Carlisle who is looking to create a recorder ensemble, pictured playing a bass recorder

Musician John Holland from Stanwix, Carlisle who is looking to create a recorder ensemble

 Musician John Holland from Stanwix, Carlisle who is looking to create a recorder ensemble, pictured playing a bass recorder
Musician John Holland from Stanwix, Carlisle who is looking to create a recorder ensemble, pictured playing a bass recorder
Recorder player wants to start ensemble in Cumbria
Recorders are not just for primary school children - they're for adults too, says a player trying to get a recorder ensemble together.

Sally Britton, partner at Mishcon de Reya

 Sally Britton, partner at Mishcon de Reya
Sally Britton, partner at Mishcon de Reya
Legal trio at heart of major constitutional Brexit case
It's the issue of our times - and three Cumbrians are playing a key part in the legal firm at the heart of Brexit.