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The central island, inset fire and bi-folding doors in the kitchen

The porch has been opened up but still provides shelter for visitors

The house name projected on to the front door as bright sunlight shines through the fan light

Entrance hallway with new front door

The glass-panelled door adds to the light and airy feel of the living room

The roof lantern window above the dining area

Caroline Quinn in the large open-plan kitchen

The solid oak flooring contrasts with the neutral look of the kitchen

Hive central heating control

Master bedroom with doors which open out on to the dining area roof

Family bathroom with twin wash basins

Bathroom light fitting

Ground-floor toilet and shower room

The freestanding bath in the family bathroom

Solid oak door and industrial style towel radiator

The family garden area with a glass-panelled fence giving open views across fields


          The central island, inset fire and bi-folding doors in the kitchen
The central island, inset fire and bi-folding doors in the kitchen
Up-to-the-minute makeover for tired Carlisle semi
A neglected house in a sought-after area of the city has been transformed by the couple behind an ambitious young property business.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Johnathan O'Neil, 28, of Creighton Avenue, Carlisle.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Andrew John Berry, 25, of Bower Street, Carlisle.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Levi Howard, 30, of High Cliff, Barrow-in-Furness

SUB PIC: Cumbria Police 17/03/2017 re eight-handed drugs conspiracy case Cannabis seized

SUB PIC: Cumbria Police 17/03/2017 re eight-handed drugs conspiracy case Cocaine seized

 SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.
SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.
Carlisle cocaine gang man was also part of 'cash for crash'
One of three Carlisle men jailed for their role in a drugs conspiracy was part of the major cash for crash scam.

Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James

Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam

Gelt Gladiator takes place over two days in June

The endurance event includes four different challenges over two days

The event takes place in Gelt Woods, near Brampton

Fighting Back For Tony - a News & Star campaign

 Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James
Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James
How muddy marvels at this year's Gelt Gladiator can support Tony Hopper's motor neurone disease campaign
Former footballer's cause is the nominated charity for popular endurance event near Brampton

Johnathan O'Neil, 28, of Creighton Avenue, Carlisle.

Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.

Andrew John Berry, 25, of Bower Street, Carlisle.

Levi Howard, 30, of High Cliff, Barrow-in-Furness

 Johnathan O'Neil, 28, of Creighton Avenue, Carlisle.
Johnathan O'Neil, 28, of Creighton Avenue, Carlisle.
Three Carlisle men among drugs gang jailed for 30 years
Four Cumbrian men have been jailed for almost 31 years for their role in a drugs gang.

General view of Carlisle Crown Court: 1 March 2017 STUART WALKER 50087237F000.JPG

 General view of Carlisle Crown Court: 1 March 2017 STUART WALKER 50087237F000.JPG
General view of Carlisle Crown Court: 1 March 2017 STUART WALKER 50087237F000.JPG
Illegal drugs supply gang being sentenced at Carlisle court
A court has heard how seven men, including four from Cumbria, were involved in plotting to supply illegal drugs.

Road closed

 Road closed
Road closed
M6 shut as work carried out on key bridge
Motorists are being advised to leave extra time for their journeys, while work is undertaken to repair a damaged bridge near Carlisle.

Salutation's Phil Storey, left, scored twice in a 7-2 win

 Salutation's Phil Storey, left, scored twice in a 7-2 win
Salutation's Phil Storey, left, scored twice in a 7-2 win
Wheatsheaf move out of the bottom two of the Carlisle City Sunday League Second Division with win
Wheatsheaf moved out of the bottom two following their 4-3 success against fellow Second Division strugglers Stanwix Redfern.

Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam

The News & Star is backing the Hoppers

Emily McCausland, a close friend of the Hoppers, is helping organise tomorrow's fundraising event

 Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Fundraiser at university for Tony Hopper's motor neurone disease campaign
A sell-out fundraising event where raffle prizes include a unique flying experience will boost Tony Hopper's motor neurone disease fightback fund tomorrow.

Ali Vaughan

Ali Vaughan

Ali Vaughan

Ali Vaughan

 Ali Vaughan
Ali Vaughan
Hygge: How the Danish lifestyle choice is finding a home in Cumbria
It’s the book that has captured imaginations. In The Little Book of Hygge, author Meik Wiking reveals how he and fellow Danes have uncovered the secret to happy living. Sue Crawford looks at how to enjoy a simpler life
Four-year-old reported to Cumbria police for sex offence crime
A four-year-old accused of sex offences and a six-year-old alleged to have been a burglar are among the young children reported for crimes in Cumbria.
Car found on its roof in early morning Carlisle crash
A car was left on its roof following a crash in the early hours of this morning.

The adventure novel is set to hit the mainstage in Carlisle

 The adventure novel is set to hit the mainstage in Carlisle
The adventure novel is set to hit the mainstage in Carlisle
University of Cumbria student to take on one final pre-graduation show
THE University of Cumbria will be showcasing their final graduation show of Treasure Island this month.

The adventure novel is set to hit the mainstage in Carlisle

 The adventure novel is set to hit the mainstage in Carlisle
The adventure novel is set to hit the mainstage in Carlisle
University of Cumbria student to take on one final pre-graduation show
THE University of Cumbria will be showcasing their final graduation show of Treasure Island this month.
D-day for future of NHS services in north and west Cumbria
Ruling on controversial reforms - opposed by thousands - following months of fierce campaigning
As it happened: Deciding on the future of Cumbria's healthcare
The future of health services in north and west Cumbria was decided at a meeting today.

SUBMITTED 20-12-16 Ecclefechan resident Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie: SUBMITTED S88693.jpg

 SUBMITTED 20-12-16 Ecclefechan resident Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie: SUBMITTED S88693.jpg
SUBMITTED 20-12-16 Ecclefechan resident Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie: SUBMITTED S88693.jpg
Care home pensioner and beloved dog given eviction notice
Care home bosses have served an 87-year-old resident with an eviction notice - as a row over whether he can keep his dog continues to rumble on.
Cumbrian maternity services saved on a 12-month trial
But health chiefs vote to close community beds plus transfer most seriously ill children from Whitehaven to Carlisle

Paul and Joe Wilson

 Paul and Joe Wilson
Paul and Joe Wilson
Dad's moving call for more brain tumour research
A DAD whose only son died of a brain tumour at the age of 20 is calling for an urgent increase in funding before more lives are lost.

Wigton Rotary Club members Wendy Aldred with Don Cooper, left and Kevin Walsh

 Wigton Rotary Club members Wendy Aldred with Don Cooper, left and Kevin Walsh
Wigton Rotary Club members Wendy Aldred with Don Cooper, left and Kevin Walsh
Rotary clubs in Silloth and Wigton launch drive to attract new members
Rotarians in Wigton and Silloth want to protect their clubs’ legacies - and safeguard their futures.

Tyre tracks caused by vandals at Rickerby Park

 Tyre tracks caused by vandals at Rickerby Park
Tyre tracks caused by vandals at Rickerby Park
Yob drivers churn up grass at Carlisle's Rickerby Park
Menace motorists have struck again at a popular park, churning up grass with reckless driving stunts.

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

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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

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.