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The flooded underpass at Carnforth Railway Station. TWITTER

Flooding on the A595. DASHCAM FOOTAGE

A car passes through floodwater in Abbey Road, Barrow. STEVE HILLMAN

Flooding in Black Butts Lane, Walney. SUBMITTED

Furness Abbey is also flooding. STEVE HILLMAN

Flooding at Furness Abbey in Barrow. STEVE HILLMAN

Flooding at Furness Abbey in Barrow. STEVE HILLMAN

Flooding in Dalton. Market Street in 2012. PETE MOSSOP

Flooding on the Coast Road A5087. SUBMITTED

The flooded bridge at Red River in Roose, Barrow. SUBMITTED

Flooding on Moutbarrow Road in Ulverston. 22nd November 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.

Dragley Beck rises on Watery Lane in Ulverston. 22 November 2017 MILTON HAWORTH.

Dragley Beck rises near the Steel Street houses in Ulverston. 22 November 2017 MILTON HAWORTH.

Flooding in the Roose area of Barrow. SUBMITTED

 The flooded underpass at Carnforth Railway Station. TWITTER
The flooded underpass at Carnforth Railway Station. TWITTER
UPDATED 11.56pm: Rail chaos as flooded lines halt London to Carlisle trains
All trains between Lancaster and Carlisle now cancelled

OMD singer Andy McClusky with a copy of the News & Star. TWITTER

Omega Music owner Ian Warnes

 OMD singer Andy McClusky with a copy of the News & Star. TWITTER
OMD singer Andy McClusky with a copy of the News & Star. TWITTER
OMD praise for newspaper headline highlighting £40,000 theft in north Cumbria
A legendary 1980s band which inspired a creative, front page headline in the News & Star said they found the pun "very funny".

Thimble of the Queen and Prince Phillip from Thimble Guild (WCF) Brampton

Hazel Armstrong

Thimbles of the Royal family from Thimble Guild (WCF) Brampton

 Thimble of the Queen and Prince Phillip from Thimble Guild (WCF) Brampton
Thimble of the Queen and Prince Phillip from Thimble Guild (WCF) Brampton
The Queen and Prince Philip's wedding anniversary providing big boost for Cumbrian firm
Their special collectible product is flying off the shelves

OMD singer Andy McClusky with a copy of the News & Star. TWITTER

 OMD singer Andy McClusky with a copy of the News & Star. TWITTER
OMD singer Andy McClusky with a copy of the News & Star. TWITTER
High praise for Cumbrian newspaper from headline's inspiration
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark were impressed with paper's front page

Maureen Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died in a crash on the A689

 Maureen Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died in a crash on the A689
Maureen Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died in a crash on the A689
'She was the most caring and kind person . . . She had a heart of gold'
Moving tributes have been paid to a retired teacher who died in a crash in north Cumbria

Scene of the tragedy on the A689 near Carlisle

Maureen Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died following the collision

 Scene of the tragedy on the A689 near Carlisle
Scene of the tragedy on the A689 near Carlisle
Lorry driver in court after Carlisle death crash
"Much-loved" great-grandmother died in collision involving car and an HGV

Omega Music owner Ian Warnes

Hole in the roof where burglars accessed the building

Omega Music premises in Brampton

 Omega Music owner Ian Warnes
Omega Music owner Ian Warnes
£40,000 haul of instruments stolen from north Cumbrian supplier
Thieves stole hundreds of instruments after cutting a hole a music firm through its roof - and hoisting their haul out in a double bass case.

Maureen (Mo) Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died yesterday

 Maureen (Mo) Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died yesterday
Maureen (Mo) Smith, 86, of Heads Nook, who died yesterday
Woman, 86, killed in A689 crash near Carlisle named
An 86-year-old woman who died in a crash on the A689 near to Carlisle Airport has been named.

A collision on the A689, near to the Newby East junction.

Road traffic collision on the A689, near to the Newby East junction.

A689 closed because of serious RTC

 A collision on the A689, near to the Newby East junction.
A collision on the A689, near to the Newby East junction.
Polish man arrested after woman dies in crash near Carlisle
The 86-year-old local woman was killed after her car was involved in a collision with a HGV

The BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge passes over Eden Bridge

The BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge

The BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge

The BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge

Children in Need's Rickshaw Challenge arrives in Penrith on Tuesday.

Children in Need's Rickshaw Challenge arrives in Penrith on Tuesday.

Children in Need's Rickshaw Challenge arrives in Penrith on Tuesday.

BBC's Matt Baker talks to the camera live on the One Show

Pudsey

Pupils from Houghton C of E School lined the pavement to cheer on Team Rickshaw

 The BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge passes over Eden Bridge
The BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge passes over Eden Bridge
The One Show's Rickshaw challenge came through Cumbria for a second day
A mammoth challenge to raise vital funds for Children in Need made its way through Carlisle today.

Children in Need - Pudsey visit to St Bees Village School. pic MIKE McKENZIE 17th Nov 2016 Children in Need's Pudsey has St Bees Village School pupil Emma Wrigley. Pudsey was visiting the school during his tour of West Cumbria. pic Mike McKenzie

Pudsey Bear visits St Joseph's school in Cockermouth for Children in Need. Pic Tom Kay Thursday 17th November 2016

Pudsey Bear visits Derwent Vale School in Clifton, Workington for Children in Need. Pic Tom Kay Thursday 17th November 2016

Keswick Christmas Lights Switch On 2015 Pudsey Bear walks through the town pic Tom Kay Friday 13th November 2015 50081503T002.JPG

Keswick Christmas Lights Switch On 2015 Children with Pudsey Bear pic Tom Kay Friday 13th November 2015

Pudsey Bear makes a last minute call to Newtown Community Primary School in Carlisle ahead of BBC's Children in Need appeal: 12 November 2015 STUART WALKER 50081472F000.JPG

Children in Need - Pudsey Bear visits Frizington Community Primary School. pic MIKE McKENZIE 2nd Nov 2015 PUDSEY FACE OFF: Pudsey Bear has Frizington School pupil Coby McCarron joining him as his Pudsey mirrow image during the school's Children in Need activities. pic Mike McKenzie

Pudsey Bear with sales manager Trevor Connelly at Cole's Vauxhall in 1998 with the specially decorated car. STEWART BLAIR /

In 2002 Children at Brampton Infants School held a Pudsey bear day to raise money for Children In Need. Events included bring and buy sale and a raffle for a cake and Pudsey bear. Pictured are, nursery children, from left, Hannah Riley, Daniela Dawkins, Harry Bray and Christian Clark, all aged three PHIL RIGBY /

14th November 2002<$>Pudsey Bear pops into the Old Town Hall for a coffee morning sponsored by Saint & Co Chartered Accountants. Caroline Shannon from Carlisle helps with the collections with Pudsey Bear (Julie Trimmer from Carlisle) JONATHAN BECKER /

15th November 2002<$>HSBC Bank's English St branch is hosting the Children in Need call centre for Cumbria for the fifth year running. The lines are manned by HSBC staff family and friends.<$>left to right<$>Staff at HSBC Jane Thompson, Pudsey bear (Martin James), Janet Pollard and Rachel Cross manning the phone lines JONATHAN BECKER /

Dominic Simpson, aged eight, from Brampton, shakes Pudsey Bear's hand as he comes face to face with him in the Lanes Shopping Centre, Carlisle, today 14 November 2003. Pudsey was out in force with Radio Cumbria producer Harry King collecting money for Children in Need, which takes place on Friday 21 November 2003 LOUISE PORTER /

Pudsey Bear gives the teams some moral support during the BBC Children in Need tug-of-war fundraising event, Brunton Park, Carlisle, 17 November 2004 LOUISE PORTER /

CHILDREN IN NEED --- Pudsey arrives at Tesco in Barrow and meets up with Luisa Birch and Mum Alison with Lourdes Donning. Friday 13th November 2015. MILTON HAWORTH.

In 2004 - Three year old Jordon Gill of the Little Jems Nursery Pudsey Bear and Mayor Judith Pattinson playing with some of the special stimulatory equipment at Belah Community Centre. /

Scotby C of E Primary School, with the help of Pudsey Bear, entertain customers at HSBC Bank, English Street, Carlisle, to raise money for Children in Need, 21 November 2003. The children stayed for about an hour and raised over £100 by singing their favourite songs for customers and staff alike LOUISE PORTER /

CHILDREN IN NEED --- Pupils from Low Furness Church of England Primary School get a visit from Pudsey ahead of Children in Need Tuesday 15th November 2016 LINDSEY DICKINGS

PUDSEY --- Croftlands Junior School pupils (l-r) Tegan Russam and Luke Clough with Pudsey, during a visit to the school ahead of Children in Need Friday 6th November 2015. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Children in Need - Pudsey visit to St Bees Village School. pic MIKE McKENZIE 17th Nov 2016 Children in Need's Pudsey has St Bees Village School pupil Emma Wrigley. Pudsey was visiting the school during his tour of West Cumbria. pic Mike McKenzie
Children in Need - Pudsey visit to St Bees Village School. pic MIKE McKENZIE 17th Nov 2016 Children in Need's Pudsey has St Bees Village School pupil Emma Wrigley. Pudsey was visiting the school during his tour of West Cumbria. pic Mike McKenzie
Picture gallery: Pudsey in Cumbria
As we prepare to wear silly spotted clothing and Pudsey ears to mark Children in Need day on Friday, we look back at the fun the big yellow bear has had in the county and how you have helped to raise thousands of pounds for his charity.

Children in Need's Rickshaw Challenge is heading through Carlisle this morning

 Children in Need's Rickshaw Challenge is heading through Carlisle this morning
Children in Need's Rickshaw Challenge is heading through Carlisle this morning
Here's where you can watch The One Show's Rickshaw Challenge pass through Carlisle
Team Rickshaw are making their way through the city this morning

British Transport Police logo.

 British Transport Police logo.
British Transport Police logo.
Appeal after bottle thrown at pensioner on train to Carlisle
A pensioner had a bottle thrown at him and was verbally abused on a train between Brampton and Carlisle.

Bells Cottage, Banks

Killoran, The Green, Wetheral

Grosvenor Place, Carlisle

 Bells Cottage, Banks
Bells Cottage, Banks
3 of the best two-bed homes
A stunning penthouse, character cottage or lovely bungalow - what's your favourite?

Shadow Tales, from Prism Arts, on its launch night at the Rosehill Theatre

Shadow Tales, from Prism Arts, on its launch night at the Rosehill Theatre

Shadow Tales, from Prism Arts, on its launch night at the Rosehill Theatre

 Shadow Tales, from Prism Arts, on its launch night at the Rosehill Theatre
Shadow Tales, from Prism Arts, on its launch night at the Rosehill Theatre
Cumbrian arts organisation gives with learning disabilities a platform for their talent
Mark Campbell takes a look at Prism Arts, which teams up professionals with Cumbrians with learning disabilities, as the organisation celebrates 30 years with a touring play, crowdfunded by the public

Scotland Road, Stanwix, Carlisle

Shaddon Mill, Carlisle

Kinkry Hill Cottage, Roadhead, Carlisle

 Scotland Road, Stanwix, Carlisle
Scotland Road, Stanwix, Carlisle
3 of the best at £150,000
A luxury apartment and country cottage are among our pick of homes in this price bracket.

Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder

Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder

Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder

Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder

Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder

 Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder
Poppies hanging in St Michael's Church in Stanwix as part of a project created by Abigail Kilfedder
City artist hangs 2,017 poppy display in church
An artist who set out to create a display of 2,017 poppies in time for Remembrance Sunday is putting the final touches to her project.

Gill Houston, chairman of the Talkin Tarn Amatuer Rowing Club

Widespread weed growth in the water at Talkin Tarn is causing some concern

Widespread weed growth in the water at Talkin Tarn is causing some concern

Gill Houston, chairman of the Talkin Tarn Amatuer Rowing Club

 Gill Houston, chairman of the Talkin Tarn Amatuer Rowing Club
Gill Houston, chairman of the Talkin Tarn Amatuer Rowing Club
Huge weeds causing safety concerns for rowers at Talkin Tarn
Huge weeds at a beauty spot near Brampton have become a safety concern for rowers who train there.

Solway Communications team

 Solway Communications team
Solway Communications team
Internet boost for Cumbria as plans for new broadband mast revealed
Businesses in north and West Cumbria are set for a major internet speed boost as local provider Solway Comms expands its local coverage.

Brampton Community Bonfire Paul Grindley, of Brampton.

 Brampton Community Bonfire Paul Grindley, of Brampton.
Brampton Community Bonfire Paul Grindley, of Brampton.
Thieves stole fireworks from community bonfire attended by more than 1,500
Fireworks were stolen from a community bonfire in Brampton as more than 1,500 people gathered to enjoy the event.

The Aurora Borealis dances over Talkin Tarn near Brampton.

 The Aurora Borealis dances over Talkin Tarn near Brampton.
The Aurora Borealis dances over Talkin Tarn near Brampton.
WITH VIDEO: Northern Lights dazzle Cumbria
Mother Nature put on a dazzling display for Cumbria, as the Northern Lights lit up the county's skies.

Keith Little

 Keith Little
Keith Little
Cumbrian gritters prepared for winter - but have already been called into action
Gritters have been out in force across the county after temperatures plummeted to below freezing.

Jane Forster, seated, and her mother June Means, from Brampton, with members of Blood Bikes

Jane Forster, seated, and her mother June Means, from Brampton, with members of Blood Bikes

 Jane Forster, seated, and her mother June Means, from Brampton, with members of Blood Bikes
Jane Forster, seated, and her mother June Means, from Brampton, with members of Blood Bikes
Blood Bikes benefit from Brampton duo's fundraising
The lifesaving actions of a Cumbrian charity are the latest to receive help from a mother and daughter duo who have raised money for good causes for 25 years.
Gritters out in Cumbria for second night as freezing temperatures are forecast
Gritters will be out in Cumbria for a second night tonight as temperatures across the county are set to fall.

Launching this years Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in Carlisle

 Launching this years Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in Carlisle
Launching this years Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in Carlisle
400 tickets on offer for Carlisle Festival of Remembrance
Carlisle Remembrance commemorations continue to build up with the release of 400 tickets for a moving church service.

Gritters

 Gritters
Gritters
Gritters were out in Cumbria last night as temperatures dipped below freezing
GRITTERS were out on some of Cumbria's roads overnight as temperatures dipped below freezing.

Artist Kate Gilman Brundrett (RIGHT) from Studio KGB in Morland and assistant Heather Young with their l firework 'wrapper' designs.

The bonfire 'box of fireworks' takes shape ahead of Saturday's Carlisle Fireshow 2017

Artist Kate Gilman Brundrett (RIGHT) from Studio KGB in Morland and assistant Heather Young with their l firework 'wrapper' designs.

Artist Kate Gilman Brundrett (RIGHT) from Studio KGB in Morland and assistant Heather Young with their l firework 'wrapper' designs.

The bonfire in Bitts Park is beginning to take shape ahead of Carlisle Fire Show.

Merlin Fireworks Designer Gavin Lewery.

David MacNaughton and daughter Molly, three give the preparations the thumbs up.

Parents, staff and children from Ballyhoo Boutique Nursery with Colin Glover, leader of Carlisle City Council.

Leader of Carlisle City Council Colin Glover and Betsy Atkinson three, and Felix Ritchie , two.

 Artist Kate Gilman Brundrett (RIGHT) from Studio KGB in Morland and assistant Heather Young with their l firework 'wrapper' designs.
Artist Kate Gilman Brundrett (RIGHT) from Studio KGB in Morland and assistant Heather Young with their l firework 'wrapper' designs.
Giant box of fireworks created for Carlisle's 30th annual bonfire
Huge fireworks are set to explode from a giant wooden box for a spectacular 30th anniversary fireshow in Carlisle.

Margaret Matthews, 74

 Margaret Matthews, 74
Margaret Matthews, 74
Tributes to grandmother who died in crash on key Cumbrian road
Her family say she will be "so sorely missed"

The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle

The scene of the road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton.

The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle

The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle

The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle

The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle

 The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle
The scene of the fatal road traffic collision on the A689 at Brampton. The collision between a blue Skoda Fabia car and a Mercedes 1324 rigid goods vehicle
Woman, 74, dies after crash on key Cumbrian road
Investigation into cause of tragedy involving car and lorry underway
Power restored to 3,000 homes in Carlisle area
Electricity has been restored to all of the 3,000 homes affected by a power cut in north Cumbria.