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Carlisle Civic Centre

Alston police station

Carlisle Civic Centre

Egremont Police Station

The former Maryport Police Station building

Keswick police station

The former Welsh Road police station in Harraby, Carlisle

Wigton Police Station and houses

Eric Martlew

Chief Constable of Cumbria Jerry Graham

Police Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall

 Carlisle Civic Centre
Carlisle Civic Centre
Budget cuts prompt wave of police station closures in Cumbria
Budget cuts have led to the closure of 18 police stations or bases in Cumbria in just over five years.

Junction of Kingstown Road and Lowry Hill Road

 Junction of Kingstown Road and Lowry Hill Road
Junction of Kingstown Road and Lowry Hill Road
Major roadworks to be carried out in Carlisle
A week of major roadworks are set to be carried out on a main road in north Carlisle.
Call for action after caravans turn Lake District road into 'shanty town'
Calls have been made to prevent caravans turning a Lake District road into a "shanty town" after complaints about litter, mess and human excrement.
Severely disabled man Luke Davey and his mother Jasmine outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London
Severely disabled man Luke Davey and his mother Jasmine outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London
Severely disabled man Luke Davey and his mother Jasmine outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London
Disabled man launches appeal battle over 'savage' care cuts
A severely disabled man has launched the first Court of Appeal battle following "savage" cuts in care funding vulnerable people say they are suffering across the country.

Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle

Priorities: Jeremy Corbyn’s speech was well received by supporters

STUART WALKER

 Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle
Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle
Corbyn speaks at rally in Carlisle
Despite drizzly conditions in Carlisle tonight, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn managed to keep spirits high.

Detour around Wreay

 Detour around Wreay
Detour around Wreay
Motorists face 6.2-mile detour - to avoid 1.8-mile roadworks
A Cumbrian village will be effectively cut off for five days, while roadworks take place.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum. Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 16th August 2017

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

 Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria
Jeremy Corbyn visited Copeland in a visit that was hailed as the start of Labour’s “fight back” in the constituency.

Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)

David Mundell

SUBMITTED by Dumfries and Galloway Council August 10, 2017. L-R Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council).

 Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)
Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)
Alliance's mission to bring £500m boost to region's economy
An alliance which aims to bring £500m to the region which straddles the Scotland-England border has taken another step towards fruition.

The site of the proposed new family pub in Workington

The site of the proposed new family pub in Workington

 The site of the proposed new family pub in Workington
The site of the proposed new family pub in Workington
Planned riverside pub set to get the go ahead
Plans for a new riverside pub in Workington are set to get the green light.
School holidays and term dates for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 for Cumbrian schools
With just a few weeks left until kids go back to school you might be wondering when the next school holidays will be.

Relocation: The site at Lillyhall

 Relocation: The site at Lillyhall
Relocation: The site at Lillyhall
Cumbria council office plan scrapped
Plans for a £6m office complex next to Workington Railway Station have been scrapped as Cumbria County Council reveals plans to move 160 staff out of the town.

Peter McCall

 Peter McCall
Peter McCall
Police commisioner defends county's CCTV network
Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner has moved to defend the county's CCTV network after it came under fire from a national pressure group.

The M6

George Beveridge

 The M6
The M6
New plan for M6 corridor to boost Cumbrian economy
A developed M6 corridor would create thousands of new jobs in Cumbria, according to a major new report.

Picture courtesy of Google Street View

 Picture courtesy of Google Street View
Picture courtesy of Google Street View
Plans for housing estate in West Cumbria prompts school fears
Angry residents fear their community will be torn apart if plans for a new housing development go ahead.

Residents, including Joanne Wilkinson, front right

 Residents, including Joanne Wilkinson, front right
Residents, including Joanne Wilkinson, front right
Nearby residents hit out at plans for almost 200 new homes in Carlisle
Angry residents have hit out at plans to build nearly 200 new homes on the edge of an industrial estate in Carlisle.

Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side

Andrew Arnold-Bennett of Shed 1 Gin

Taste of Cumbria takes over the market place

Taste of Cumbria takes over the market place

 Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side
Kevin Tickle, head chef at Forest Side
Taste Cumbria's flagship event to return bigger than ever
TICKETS for the special events at next month's Taste Cumbria festival in Cockermouth go on sale this Friday.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like

Stewart Young

John Stevenson

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Troubled Cumbria new nuclear backer Toshiba declares multi-billion loss
The Government needs to "get serious" and step in to make sure Cumbria's proposed £10bn nuclear new build goes ahead.
Moeen Ali, who is of Asian descent, has shone for England recently
Moeen Ali, who is of Asian descent, has shone for England recently
Moeen Ali, who is of Asian descent, has shone for England recently
Sports urged to follow cricket's example in boosting Asian participation
Football, rugby union and other leading sports should "look closely" at cricket's efforts to develop British Asian talent, according to the chairman of the Asian Sports Foundation.

General views of the Lanes Shopping Centre

 General views of the Lanes Shopping Centre
General views of the Lanes Shopping Centre
Carlisle shopping centre shutters recommended for approval
Shutters blocking off a Carlisle shopping centre at night look set to get the go ahead.
Parking restrictions placed on busy estate to allow ambulance access
Double yellow lines have been painted on a busy estate to clear the way for ambulances to access the West Cumberland Hospital.

Sir James Munby

 Sir James Munby
Sir James Munby
Top judge uses failings in Cumbrian teen's care to ask 'how are vulnerable women protected?'
A high court judge has queried what the Government is doing to protect vulnerable young woman, after a Cumbrian teenager hit the headlines.

DA

DA
Drug poisoning deaths rise in Cumbria
Deaths from drugs poisoning have more than doubled in Cumbria during the past decade, according to shocking new national statistics.

Carlisle Civic Centre

Anne Glendinning

Trevor Allison

 Carlisle Civic Centre
Carlisle Civic Centre
Backing for plan to demolish part of Carlisle's Civic Centre
A group of councillors have given their backing to a major revamp of Carlisle Civic Centre.
Some 400 police station front counters shut in England and Wales in seven years, a Freedom of Information request found
Some 400 police station front counters shut in England and Wales in seven years, a Freedom of Information request found
Some 400 police station front counters shut in England and Wales in seven years, a Freedom of Information request found
Police stations open to public almost halved in seven years
The number of police stations open to the public has almost halved in seven years, according to new figures.
Many scams take place online
Many scams take place online
Many scams take place online
Scams costing UK citizens almost £10bn a year
More than two scams a day ranging from fake online dating to copycat disability badge websites are being reported to some councils, figures show.
Sir James Munby said "we will have blood on our hands" if appropriate care is not found for a suicidal teenager
Sir James Munby said "we will have blood on our hands" if appropriate care is not found for a suicidal teenager
Sir James Munby said "we will have blood on our hands" if appropriate care is not found for a suicidal teenager
'Safe setting' found for suicidal teenager whose case angered High Court judge
A safe bed has been found for a suicidal teenager whose case prompted a High Court judge to issue a scathing assessment of current care provision.

Sir James Munby

 Sir James Munby
Sir James Munby
Safe bed found for suicidal girl from Cumbria whose case angered High Court judge
A safe bed has been found for a suicidal teenager from Cumbria whose case prompted a High Court judge to issue a scathing assessment of current care provision.
Sir James Munby said "we will have blood on our hands" if appropriate care is not found for a suicidal teenager
Sir James Munby said "we will have blood on our hands" if appropriate care is not found for a suicidal teenager
Sir James Munby said "we will have blood on our hands" if appropriate care is not found for a suicidal teenager
'Safe setting' found for suicidal teenager whose case angered High Court judge
A safe bed has been found for a suicidal teenager whose case prompted a High Court judge to issue a scathing assessment of current care provision.

Sir James Munby

 Sir James Munby
Sir James Munby
Campaigner: Waiting lists for vulnerable teenagers too long
Praise for intervention of High Court in case of suicidal Cumbrian teenager

C-Art artwork 2017

Beastie

Brian Shields

Sarah Taylor's work at the La'al Ratty

Art Gene & Cumbria Wildlife Trust – ‘Razzle Dazzle’ Hides South Walney Island Nature Reserve

 C-Art artwork 2017
C-Art artwork 2017
C-Art is back with its biggest programme yet
CUMBRIA'S annual county-wide festival of the arts returns next month with the full programme now announced.