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Peter and Chris Lloyd

Send off: Peter and Chris Lloyd


          Peter and Chris Lloyd
Peter and Chris Lloyd
Cumbrian cycling duo set of for ambitious trip to Great Wall of China
IT was a frosty start for an ambitious Cumbria couple when they set off on their biggest challenge to date - cycling to the Great Wall of China.

David Tate

 David Tate
David Tate
Tributes paid to Lilliput Lane founder who has died, aged 72
Tributes have been paid to Lilliput Lane founder David Tate following his death at the age of 72.

Dave Burn

 Dave Burn
Dave Burn
Number of firefighters covering Cumbria now unsafe, claims union
Carlisle was left with just four or five full-time firefighters to keep the city safe on a single night, a union has claimed.

Schools celebrate successes in GCSE exams last August

Schools celebrate successes in GCSE exams in August 2016

 Schools celebrate successes in GCSE exams last August
Schools celebrate successes in GCSE exams last August
Cumbrian teenagers lagging behind peers in GCSEs
New figures out today show that Cumbria's GCSE pupils are lagging behind their peers elsewhere in the country.

Cumbria police are appealing for witnesses

 Cumbria police are appealing for witnesses
Cumbria police are appealing for witnesses
Car damaged by axe in Carlisle
A car was damaged by an axe or similar instrument while it was parked in Carlisle.

The scene of the road traffic collision on the A7 Stanwix Bank in Carlisle

 The scene of the road traffic collision on the A7 Stanwix Bank in Carlisle
The scene of the road traffic collision on the A7 Stanwix Bank in Carlisle
Crash in Carlisle could cause delays for motorists
Motorists could be facing delays following a crash on one of the busiest roads in Carlisle.

Katie Banks, left, with sister Stefanie Nixon and nephews Dan, left and Josh

 Katie Banks, left, with sister Stefanie Nixon and nephews Dan, left and Josh
Katie Banks, left, with sister Stefanie Nixon and nephews Dan, left and Josh
Katie Banks inspired by big sister to run marathon for cystic fibrosis charity
A Cumbria University worker is taking on the biggest challenge of her life - inspired by her big sister.

David, Shahanaz with Layla and Daniel doing the Alzheimer Memory Walk last year

 David, Shahanaz with Layla and Daniel doing the Alzheimer Memory Walk last year
David, Shahanaz with Layla and Daniel doing the Alzheimer Memory Walk last year
Special service to remember popular fundraiser
A popular Carlisle fundraiser will be remembered at a special service next month.

Tarn End House Hotel in 2003

 Tarn End House Hotel in 2003
Tarn End House Hotel in 2003
Concerns raised over state of derelict hotel at Talkin Tarn
Pressure is growing for something to be done with a derelict hotel at one of north Cumbria's most popular beauty spots - before it is too late.

The network of paths in Hayton Woods as mapped by Cumbria County Council.

 The network of paths in Hayton Woods as mapped by Cumbria County Council.
The network of paths in Hayton Woods as mapped by Cumbria County Council.
Major victory for campaigners fighting to keep Cumbrian woods open to public
Campaigners fighting to keep a woodland on the edge of Carlisle open for public use "for generations to come" are celebrating a major victory - but say more work might still need to be done.

Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017

 Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017
Yellow warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice across Cumbria, valid from 9pm Saturday January 14 2017 to 7am Sunday January 15 2017
Warning for overnight snow and ice across Cumbria and SW Scotland
CUMBRIA'S road gritting teams are heading out to treat priority routes in the county following a fresh warning of overnight ice and snow.

Victoria Farley , owner of the Lanercost Tea Rooms at Lanercost Priory, who has opened a new dog cafe called Bark and Brew

 Victoria Farley , owner of the Lanercost Tea Rooms at Lanercost Priory, who has opened a new dog cafe called Bark and Brew
Victoria Farley , owner of the Lanercost Tea Rooms at Lanercost Priory, who has opened a new dog cafe called Bark and Brew
Canine cafe welcomes pets
Four-legged friends will be wagging their tails when they hear that one Cumbrian cafe has just gone canine.

Neil Cameron McIntosh

 Neil Cameron McIntosh
Neil Cameron McIntosh
'Addicted' Cumbrian dad with 1,000 child images jailed
A father became addicted to child pornography, amassing more than 1,000 obscene images - including one of a six-month-old baby.

A lorry in the snow on the A66 near Brough yesterday

Lorries in the snow on the A66 near Brough

A lorry in the snow on the A66 near Brough

A snow plough waits on the A66 near Stainmore on the Cumbria/ Durham border

Lorries in the snow on the A66 near Brough

 A lorry in the snow on the A66 near Brough yesterday
A lorry in the snow on the A66 near Brough yesterday
Snow falls across parts of Cumbria
Parts of Cumbria woke up to snow today - although there was disappointment for many as the predicted blizzard failed to appear.
Three and a half years jail for man caught with child porn
A north Cumbrian man who admitted a string of sickening child pornography offences has has been jailed for three and a half years.

The price of an annual parking permit at Talkin Tarn could rise from £52 to £104.

 The price of an annual parking permit at Talkin Tarn could rise from £52 to £104.
The price of an annual parking permit at Talkin Tarn could rise from £52 to £104.
Price rise at Talkin Tarn car park 'unnecessary', say Carlisle city councillors
A dramatic price hike in parking permits for Talkin Tarn is neither necessary nor reasonable say Conservative city councillors.

Carole Fearon with Roxy

 Carole Fearon with Roxy
Carole Fearon with Roxy
New hydrotherapy centre in north Cumbria aims to get injured dogs back on track
A new hydrotherapy service has opened dedicated to helping dogs cope with injuries and stay healthy.

HSBC Bank in Cockermouth

 HSBC Bank in Cockermouth
HSBC Bank in Cockermouth
HSBC closing town centre bank branch next week
Cockermouth's HSBC bank will close on January 20.

David McCrea

 David McCrea
David McCrea
Keep poultry inside plea as bird flu continues to spread, urges vet
A Brampton vet is urging people who keep chickens and ducks in their back gardens to be vigilant as a highly contagious strain of bird flu continues to spread.

Parking at Talkin Tarn

 Parking at Talkin Tarn
Parking at Talkin Tarn
Talkin Tarn rowers warn car parking price hike could hit membership
A rowing club fears it will lose members if plans to raise the cost of parking go ahead.

Peter Leo Craven

 Peter Leo Craven
Peter Leo Craven
North Cumbrian pensioner in court on rape charge
A Cumbrian pensioner has appeared before a court accused of rape.

Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2

Keswick to Barrow Walk - May 6

Total Warrior - August 5 & 6

Velo Retro - July 14-16

Keswick Mountain Festival - June 8-11

Gelt Gladiator - June 10 & 11

 Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2
Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2
Beat the fitness blues, your handy guide to being active in Cumbria in 2017
HAVE you perhaps over indulged over the Christmas season and now you've lost your motivation to get back into shape? Go Active in Cumbria have put together a handy guide on the best active events around the county in 2017

St Martin's play area

St Martin's play area

St Martin's play area

Brampton Parish councillor Malcolm Craik.

 St Martin's play area
St Martin's play area
Brampton play equipment to go before it gets dangerous
CHILDREN'S play equipment is due to be removed from a park in Brampton as it has fallen into a state of disrepair.

The network of paths in Hayton Woods as mapped by Cumbria County Council.

 The network of paths in Hayton Woods as mapped by Cumbria County Council.
The network of paths in Hayton Woods as mapped by Cumbria County Council.
North Cumbrian paths to be made rights of way
A decision to designate a network of paths as public rights of way was met with thunderous applause by campaigners.

Tarn End House Hotel on Talkin Tarn.

 Tarn End House Hotel on Talkin Tarn.
Tarn End House Hotel on Talkin Tarn.
Bid to convert derelict north Cumbrian hotel rejected
PLANS to convert a derelict hotel at a north Cumbrian beauty spot into new homes have been dashed.

Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie

Tracey Streit [corr] and her father Harry Graham

 Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie
Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie
Petition to keep Bob and beloved dog Darkie together tops 75,000
A woman who set up a petition to let a pensioner keep his dog wants to take her protest to parliament.

GENERIC PICTURE --- Sirens - Police car on the street at night

 GENERIC PICTURE --- Sirens - Police car on the street at night
GENERIC PICTURE --- Sirens - Police car on the street at night
Fire crews free women left trapped in car after crash on icy road
Two young women were rescued by firefighters after their car overturned on an icy countryside road near Brampton.

Peter and Chris Lloyd

 Peter and Chris Lloyd
Peter and Chris Lloyd
Cumbrian couple set to cycle from Hadrian's Wall to Great Wall of China
About 10,000 miles, more than a dozen countries and two iconic walls stand in the way of Peter and Chris Lloyd completing the epic challenge they've set themselves for 2017.
New Year refuse and recycling collection dates for north and west Cumbria
Ensure you don't miss your next bin collection by checking out changes to collection dates below.

Residents of Irthington near Brampton listed the Salutation Inn as an ACV.

The Wheatsheaf pub in Abbeytown has reopened under new management. Landlady Liz Harrison.

The Wheatsheaf pub in Abbeytown has reopened under new management. Landlady Liz Harrison.

 Residents of Irthington near Brampton listed the Salutation Inn as an ACV.
Residents of Irthington near Brampton listed the Salutation Inn as an ACV.
Cumbrian campaigners back calls for new measures to protect pubs from closure
Pub campaigners are calling for new measures to be introduced to ensure their locals keep their doors open.