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Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Ryan Black, from Carlisle

Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Group photo

Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Mark Armstrong

 Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Ryan Black, from Carlisle
Lord-Lieutenant Army Cadet and Reservists Awards. Claire Hensman with Ryan Black, from Carlisle
Cumbria army reservists and cadets honoured by Lord-Lieutenant
Army reservists and adult volunteers supporting Cumbria's cadet have been honoured for their service by the county's Lord-Lieutenant.

Artist Eleanor Tyler

Artist Eleanor Tyler

Great North Air Ambulance paramedics Andy Mawson and Paul Burnage and pilot Phil Lambert with Sarah Tyler. Sarah, from Carlisle, was injured while riding her horse near Warwick Bridge in July 2015 and has raised money for the charity.

Sarah Tyler riding her horse Fuzzy Bear. Sarah, from Carlisle, was injured in July 2015 at the Warwick Horse Trails and was rescued by the Great North Air Ambulance Service. She's since raised £6,000 for the charity.

Artist Eleanor Tyler, 68, from Currock, Carlisle, is exhibiting her work at Off The Wall Cafe, Brampton, selling the pictures to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance a charity which helped her daughter-in-law after she had a riding accident, pictured is a piece entitled 'Best Pals', 5 July 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088369F003.JPG

Artist Eleanor Tyler, 68, from Currock, Carlisle, who is exhibiting her work at Off The Wall Cafe, Brampton, selling the pictures to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance a charity which helped her daughter-in-law after she had a riding accident, 5 July 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088369F000.JPG

Artist Eleanor Tyler, 68, from Currock, Carlisle, is exhibiting her work at Off The Wall Cafe, Brampton, selling the pictures to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance a charity which helped her daughter-in-law after she had a riding accident, pictured is a piece entitled When The Cows Come Home, 5 July 2017 LOUISE PORTER 50088369F002.JPG

 Artist Eleanor Tyler
Artist Eleanor Tyler
Artist's exhibition for air ambulance after daughter-in-law's horse riding accident
An artist whose daughter-in-law was rescued by air medics after an horrific horse riding accident is using her talent to raise vital funds for charity.

Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.

Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.

Siblings Jonny and Beth Kirby, head coaches of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights at Jamfest Europe in Liverpool recently. The Knights' flagship team - Cheer Force Odyssey - also secured a place at the 2018 Cheerleading World Championships in Orlando, Florida

Members of Cheer Force Odyssey, the flagship team of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading operation, after their success at Jamfest Europe in Liverpool recently which has secured them a place at the 2018 Cheerleading World Championships in Orlando, Florida

Members of Carlisle-based cheerleading operation Cheer Force Knights following their successes at the last competition of the season - Jamfest Europe - in Liverpool

SUBMITTED PIC February 1 2017 The junior level 3 squad grand champion group from the Carlisle cheerleading troupe Cheer Force Knights competing at their first competition of the new season: Legacy Cheer & Dance - Stand Strong at Northumbria University, Newcastle, held on January 28 & 29 2017.

Cheer Force Knights have moved to new premises, at St Barnabas Church Hall, Newtown Road, Carlisle, pictured is gym owner and head coach Jonny Kirby with sister and fellow coach Beth Kirby, 30 November 2015 LOUISE PORTER 50081801F002.JPG

 Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.
Samantha Brinicombe and Beth Kirby, of Carlisle-based Cheer Force Knights cheerleading outfit, celebrating the team's success at the recent Jamfest Europe.
Champion Carlisle cheerleaders to live the American dream
CHEERLEADERS from Carlisle are heading over the pond to fulfil their American dream.

The Italian families are pictured here in Scotland after the theft.

 The Italian families are pictured here in Scotland after the theft.
The Italian families are pictured here in Scotland after the theft.
Italian families have luggage stolen while visiting Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall
Two Italian families visiting Hadrian's Wall in Cumbria were left devastated after thieves stole all their belongings.

Great North Air Ambulance

 Great North Air Ambulance
Great North Air Ambulance
Motocross rider airlifted to hospital after incident in Cumbria
A motocross rider had to be airlifted to hospital after injuring himself while competing in an event in north Cumbria.

Cumbria police want to speak to these three people

 Cumbria police want to speak to these three people
Cumbria police want to speak to these three people
Appeal to trace three men in connection with use of fake bank notes
Police have released CCTV images of three people they want to speak to in connection with the use of fake £20 notes in west Cumbria.

With Paul Barber are, from left, Harvey Singh, Gemma Bell and Millie Butcher

Paul Barber with, from left, Luke Thompson, Joe Rattray, Holly Young, Lewis Sowerby and Kane Armstrong

Lakeside boss Phil McKay with Johnny Vegas

Actor Jonny Vegas with Alfi Cuthbert

With Johnny Vegas are, from left, Millie Butcher, Gemma Bell, Alfi Cuthbert and Harvey Singh

Scott Mcfarlane and Marilyn Cuthbert with Johnny Vegas

 With Paul Barber are, from left, Harvey Singh, Gemma Bell and Millie Butcher
With Paul Barber are, from left, Harvey Singh, Gemma Bell and Millie Butcher
Only Fools and Horses actor's starring role in Lake District sitcom
He starred in one of the greatest sitcoms of all time. Now Only Fools and Horses actor Paul Barber is encouraging a new generation of Cumbrian screen stars.

Boris Johnson with Linda Smith, left and Sonia Gowland. Photo: Off The Wall.

 Boris Johnson with Linda Smith, left and Sonia Gowland. Photo: Off The Wall.
Boris Johnson with Linda Smith, left and Sonia Gowland. Photo: Off The Wall.
Foreign Secretary stops for coffee in surprise trip to Cumbria
The man who could become the United Kingdom's next Prime Minister has made an unannounced visit to Cumbria.
Win £200 vouchers with Cranstons new Carlisle Food Hall
New look Carlisle food hall is now open! (Sponsored content)

From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.

The shop has undergone a major refit

 From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
Cranstons unveils new look Carlisle city centre shop
Cranstons has cut the ribbon - of sausage - at its latest food hall following a £200,000 revamp which has transformed it from a traditional butchers shop.

From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.

The shop has undergone a major refit

 From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
From left, Callum O'Neill, Charles Watt, Barry Pearson, Nicola Fox, Martin Jones and Helen Dixon.
Cranstons unveils new look Carlisle city centre shop
Cranstons has cut the ribbon - of sausage - at its latest food hall following a £200,000 revamp which has transformed it from a traditional butchers shop.

The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.

Colin and Margaret Wadsworth won joint person of the year.

The Carlisle College Choir

Martin Borradaile and Suzanne Armstrong

Christine Monroe and Julia Clifford

Martin Borradaile

Jenny Benson

Rachel Bell and Peter Stafford

Compere John Myers

Bruce Lawson

 The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.
The winners of the Community Hero Awards 2017.
Community Heroes winners announced
A couple who’ve raised more than £800,000 to support ex-servicemen and women have been honoured for their heroics.

The youngsters, parents and coaches who did the sponsored walk

 The youngsters, parents and coaches who did the sponsored walk
The youngsters, parents and coaches who did the sponsored walk
Young footballers' sponsored walk raises £4,400 for Tony Hopper
A sponsored walk by junior Cumbrian footballers raised £4,400 for Tony Hopper.

Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler

 Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler
Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler
£5m boost to start international passenger flights from Carlisle Airport
Carlisle Airport is to get a multi-million pound boost to bring international passenger flights to Cumbria.

Sue Hayman

 Sue Hayman
Sue Hayman
Radical reforms to cut number of Cumbrian MPs dropped
A politician says she is pleased that plans to cut the number of MPs in Cumbria from six to five appear to have been scrapped.

Mark Bowman, chief executive of Inspira

The National Citizen Service (NCS) graduation ceremony 2016 at Rheged, Penrith. Jack Todd from Inspira with Georgia Seggie from Brampton who won the Most Contribution on NCS Award

 Mark Bowman, chief executive of Inspira
Mark Bowman, chief executive of Inspira
New adventure for more than 1,000 Cumbrian teenagers
Today marks the start of a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the largest cohort of Cumbrian school leavers to take part in a successful national youth scheme.

Oscar Baker-Bell, five, at Castle Carrock Carnival in 2016.

 Oscar Baker-Bell, five, at Castle Carrock Carnival in 2016.
Oscar Baker-Bell, five, at Castle Carrock Carnival in 2016.
Preparations underway for annual village carnival
Crowning of the king and queen of a north Cumbria village is set to take place as its summer carnival returns.

The String of Horse, Faugh.

Landlord Colin Ramsay

The String of Horses

The String of Horses

 The String of Horse, Faugh.
The String of Horse, Faugh.
Coaching inn up for sale with £700,000 price tag
A 17th century coaching inn in north Cumbria has been put on the market, with a near £700,000 price tag.

Colin and Dianne Noble at the White Lion

 Colin and Dianne Noble at the White Lion
Colin and Dianne Noble at the White Lion
Couple buy former hotel and pub building and plan to redevelop it
A landmark building in the heart of a north Cumbrian town that has stood empty for more than two years is poised to be brought back to life.
Farmhouse offers outdoor life with potential for new homes
Steading in glorious countryside could provide lifestyle change or development opportunity

The Courageous Tree near Coniston is Cumbria's top tree

The stump, at Talkin Tarn, which came second in a list of Cumbria's top 50 trees

The hawthorn at Little Asby, which was named third in a list of Cumbria's top 50 trees

 The Courageous Tree near Coniston is Cumbria's top tree
The Courageous Tree near Coniston is Cumbria's top tree
Cumbria's top 50 trees revealed after public vote
A list of Cumbria's top 50 trees has been published - after nearly 3,000 people cast their votes.

Kerbside recycling in Carlsle

 Kerbside recycling in Carlsle
Kerbside recycling in Carlsle
Recycling roadshows continue to help Carlisle residents
A number of recycling roadshows are continuing to take place across Carlisle and north Cumbria.

Honeysuckle Lodge, Kirkhouse, Brampton

Manor House, Penrith

Empire Park, Gretna

 Honeysuckle Lodge, Kirkhouse, Brampton
Honeysuckle Lodge, Kirkhouse, Brampton
3 of the best detached
From lodges to new-builds, there's a great selection of stand-along homes on the market right now.

RAF Spadeadam are awarded the Freedom of the Town in Brampton

RAF Spadeadam are awarded the Freedom of the Town in Brampton

 RAF Spadeadam are awarded the Freedom of the Town in Brampton
RAF Spadeadam are awarded the Freedom of the Town in Brampton
Smiles and ceremony as RAF granted Freedom of Brampton
Union Jacks waved and the brass band played as RAF Spadeadam was officially awarded Freedom of the Town of Brampton.

Harumi Cavanagh who has organised the Japanese Language and Cultural Show at Tullie House.

Flashback: Harumi Kavanagh performs the Japanese tea ceremony in 2001

 Harumi Cavanagh who has organised the Japanese Language and Cultural Show at Tullie House.
Harumi Cavanagh who has organised the Japanese Language and Cultural Show at Tullie House.
Japanese celebration planned for Carlisle
The Japanese art of tea making is set to be showcased at a Carlisle museum.

Lounge on the Green

 Lounge on the Green
Lounge on the Green
New restaurant - run by man who worked for Gordon Ramsay - set to open
A new restaurant in a village near Carlisle is just days away from opening.

Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown

Pretty Muddy

Taking part in the 5k race

Lauren Gill with daughters Lacie, left and Omee

Hannah McKillop, left and Elaine Malyn

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Taking part in the 5k race

Emma Wright running for her grandad Brian

Pretty Muddy competitors

Runners in the 5k race

Ellie Krukowski

Pretty Muddy competitors

Taking part in the 5k race

Pretty Muddy competitors

Taking part in the 5k race

Teresa Shield, Deb Steele and Charlotte Parker, 7

Pretty Muddy competitors

Runners taking part in the Race For Life

From left, Bryony Sharpe, Christy Johnston and Bernie Willets

Runners limber up for 10km race

Armstrong Watson team

Team running for Carol 'Floppy' Morgan

From left, Melissa Baker, Lucy Wickham, Debbie Aitken, Sam Milner and Nicolle Baker

Moky Fit team warm up the crowd

Mary Bragg, 82, who ran for husband Fred

Team Boak

Eli Richmond, the winner of the 10k race

The Honey Bees, from left, Catherine Box, Hannah Wolstencroft, Jayne Fullerton, Kate Glencross and Chloe Carruthers

Runners in the 10k race

Frm left, Tracey Smith, Kirsty Stewart and Jillian Maxwell

Taking part in the 10k

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Carlisle's Run Mums

 Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown
Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown
VIDEO: Thousands of women Race for Life in Carlisle
Suncream and plenty of water were the order of the day as women from across Cumbria raced for life.

Katharine McDaid

Erika Ritzel

Patricia Prieto-Blanco

 Katharine McDaid
Katharine McDaid
Idea of 'home' explored in new photography exhibition
PHOTOGRAPHY from around the world features in the new Visualising the Home exhibition, set to open in Cumbria.
Road closed after cyclist hurt in Carlisle
A cyclist has been taken to hospital following an incident in Carlisle.

Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store.

Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director.

Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish.

Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.

 Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store. Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director. Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish. Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.
Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store. Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director. Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish. Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.
Cranstons store revamp good for suppliers
Cranstons has highlighted the firms from Cumbria and southern Scotland which will supply its revamped Carlisle store.