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Angus Grant, head of business development at Carlisle Brass


          Angus Grant, head of business development at Carlisle Brass
Angus Grant, head of business development at Carlisle Brass
Could you be the star of this year's in-cumbria Business Awards?
The key to a successful, thriving business undoubtedly lies in its marketing strategy.

Paul and Wendy Booth

 Paul and Wendy Booth
Paul and Wendy Booth
Still no end in sight for those whose home is just a shell
Nearly a year and a half after Storm Desmond hundreds of Cumbrians are still out of their homes. Roger Lytollis meets some of the county’s long-suffering victims of the flooding

Keith Curle and David Mitchell

Mitchell (left) receives the award (photo:PA/EFL)

 Keith Curle and David Mitchell
Keith Curle and David Mitchell
Carlisle Utd boss Keith Curle salutes club's award-winning ground staff
Manager Keith Curle has paid a glowing tribute to Carlisle United's groundstaff and stadium manager David Mitchell after they were named the best in League Two.
Davina McCall praised her father and grandmother as both being 'inspirational'
Davina McCall praised her father and grandmother as both being 'inspirational'
Davina McCall praised her father and grandmother as both being 'inspirational'
Davina McCall: I've cried with doctor convinced I have Alzheimer's like father
Davina McCall has phoned her doctor twice in tears fearing she is suffering from Alzheimer's like her father.

Courtfield Bowls Club

 Courtfield Bowls Club
Courtfield Bowls Club
Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club make a return trip to Bristol in the Denny Cup
Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club made a return trip to Bristol in the Denny Cup, and looked to have every chance of putting last year’s disappointing performance way behind them.
Vandals break into flood-hit Cumbrian museum
A Cumbria museum under refurbishment after being flooded has been hit by vandals.

Sue Dust

 Sue Dust
Sue Dust
Cumbria flood charity potentially hit by collapse of charity giving website
A charity fighting for survival is concerned problems with a charity giving website may mean it lost out on potentially vital donations.

Gavin Fletcher was jailed for the theft

The old mayoress's badge

What remained of the old badge

 Gavin Fletcher was jailed for the theft
Gavin Fletcher was jailed for the theft
Ceremony will bless new badge for Mayoress of Carlisle
A ceremony will be held to bless a new ceremonial badge belonging to the Mayoress.

The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater

 The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater
The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater
Future of Carlisle's flood-hit civic centre to be made within months
A decision on how to restore two floors of Carlisle's flood-hit civic centre is expected to be made over the coming months.

A Virgin train in the Lake District.

The Cumbrian Spirit unveiled by Andrew Hunter from Grasmere Gingerbread while Anna Doran, general manager of Virgin Trains, looks on.

Ian Stephens, of Cumbria Tourism.

 A Virgin train in the Lake District.
A Virgin train in the Lake District.
Record number of journeys from London to Cumbria
Railway operator Virgin Trains has recorded a record number of journeys between London and Cumbria in the last year.

Kerryanne Wilde

 Kerryanne Wilde
Kerryanne Wilde
Time running out for floods charity
Time is running out for a charity that was a vital lifeline to thousands whose lives were devastated by Storm Desmond.

Mark Weir who reopen the slate mine at Honister as a adventure attraction in 1997.

Jan Wilkinson

 Mark Weir who reopen the slate mine at Honister as a adventure attraction in 1997.
Mark Weir who reopen the slate mine at Honister as a adventure attraction in 1997.
Mark’s mining legacy lives on in Cumbria
This month marks 20 years since the late Mark Weir reopened the working slate mine and adventure attraction at the head of Honister Pass. His partner, Jan Wilkinson, tells Michaela Robinson-Tate what’s next - and what Mark would think of Honister today

The Family Zone at Carlisle United

 The Family Zone at Carlisle United
The Family Zone at Carlisle United
CUFC close family zone following theft of thousands of pounds of equipment
Carlisle United has closed it's popular Family Zone following the theft of thousands of pounds of equipment.

Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie

 Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie
Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie
Bob and Darkie find new home together - in Cumbria
A pensioner who faced being evicted from a Scottish care home in a row over his dog will move across the border to Cumbria today.

Youngsters from Newman School celebrate

Rescue workers outside Newman School

 Youngsters from Newman School celebrate
Youngsters from Newman School celebrate
'Deserving' Carlisle pupils head to London after winning national competition
A spell of bad luck suffered by a Carlisle school has finally been lifted, with pupils set to travel to London's West End to see the spellbinding musical Wicked.

Jonathan Higgins

Blondie's Debbie Harry

Mike Tyson arrives at the Sands Centre

Wayne Rooney enjoys a gig from the gallery

Stone Roses singer Ian Brown

Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Sons

Jake Bugg

Jools Holland

 Jonathan Higgins
Jonathan Higgins
Mike Tyson put his cigar out - in the cheesecake
From eating eggs with Debbie Harry to telling Wayne Rooney off for smoking, Jonathan Higgins has got close to the stars. Roger Lytollis reports

The new structure

The damaged bridge

During construction

 The new structure
The new structure
Footbridge damaged by Cumbrian floods finally reopens
A footbridge damaged by devastating floods has been officially reopened.

Carlisle Youth Zone

 Carlisle Youth Zone
Carlisle Youth Zone
Carlisle Youth Zone's big cash windfall
Carlisle Youth Zone is ready to completely revolutionise its music department after receiving a £50,000 grant.

Richard Francis

 Richard Francis
Richard Francis
Hero encourages people across Cumbria to nominate theirs
Richard Francis is one of Cumbria's true community heroes - and he is calling for people across the county to nominate others like him.

Angela Bell

 Angela Bell
Angela Bell
Carlisle stadium visitors in parking ticket row
Visitors to Carlisle's Sheepmount Stadium are frustrated at the number of tickets being dished out while they wait for work on its free car park to start.

Yahya Kirdi

PCH DD**NY**

 Yahya Kirdi
PCH DD**NY**
Yahya Kirdi
Carlisle Utd's mystery ‘billionaire’ has been unmasked but so much mystery still remains in place
Yahya Kirdi, who once tried to buy Liverpool, is the unlikely investor who wanted Carlisle United. Jon Colman investigates his colourful story and business background

Joe Sandwith

 Joe Sandwith
Joe Sandwith
Fears coffins 'could be washed away' from Cumbrian graveyeard
Coffins could be washed out of a west Cumbrian graveyard during the next floods, unless urgent action is taken a public meeting has heard.

Kerryanne Wilde, founder and CEO event organiser at CERT (UK)

 Kerryanne Wilde, founder and CEO event organiser at CERT (UK)
Kerryanne Wilde, founder and CEO event organiser at CERT (UK)
Cumbrian floods charity's £25k plea in closure fightback
A Cumbrian charity which was set up in the aftermath of the devastating 2015 floods faces being shut down - unless it can raise £25,000 by the end of the month.

Carlisle floods 2015

Mark Hoban

 Carlisle floods 2015
Carlisle floods 2015
Insurance scheme to help flood victims marks one year
The chairman of a scheme set up to provide flood victims with affordable home insurance says it has been a "great success" in the 12 months following its introduction.

Brunton Park was packed for last year's FA Cup clash with Everton

Kyle Dempsey was sold to Huddersfield in 2015

United's EFL Cup tie at Anfield in September 2015 was a money-spinner

United say they were League Two's eighth-biggest spenders in 2015/16, a season Keith Curle's side finished 10th

Post-flood work saw United's assets increase in value

 Brunton Park was packed for last year's FA Cup clash with Everton
Brunton Park was packed for last year's FA Cup clash with Everton
Carlisle United accounts show £40,000 profit
Turnover also up from 2015/16 season that saw player sales, big cup ties and floods

The Flying Scotsman powers through the Eden Valley

The Flying Scotsman powers through the Eden Valley

The Flying Scotsman steams into Carlisle Railway Station

The Flying Scotsman at Carlisle

Train fans trying to get a view

Mayor of Carlisle Colin Stothard with Mayoress Ellen Stothard

The Flying Scotsman steams into Carlisle Railway Station

At Carlisle station

The Flying Scotsman

People wait for The Flying Soctsman

The Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman

 The Flying Scotsman powers through the Eden Valley
The Flying Scotsman powers through the Eden Valley
Flying Scotsman's visit to Carlisle 'super in every way'
For just a brief moment, there was a sense of hushed anticipation on platform one of Carlisle's Citadel station - before the sound of the Flying Scotsman 's whistle echoed through the air, signalling the arrival of the famous steam locomotive.

Jason Kennedy

Barbara Abbott

 Jason Kennedy
Barbara Abbott
Jason Kennedy
Jason Kennedy getting closer to a return for Carlisle United
Keith Curle assessing top scorer's fitness ahead of trip to Yeovil

Mascot Olga the Fox greets a young fan

The refurbished family zone at Brunton Park

Captain Danny Grainger shows his support for the club's powerchair football team

 Mascot Olga the Fox greets a young fan
Mascot Olga the Fox greets a young fan
Carlisle Utd's community work after the floods led to family club of the year nomination
Blues on six-club shortlist for prestigious honour at EFL Awards

Nigel Clibbens

Clibbens on Charlie Wyke: "The cash is committed"

Clibbens insists a "for sale" sign has been hanging from the club for two years

Clibbens says recovering from the floods means United are filing their accounts later than usual

 Nigel Clibbens
Nigel Clibbens
Carlisle United's Nigel Clibbens: "The club has been for sale since 2015"
In the second part of our interview, the chief executive discusses the Blues' finances with Jon Colman and insists the owners accept the club needs "succession" at the top

Sisters Monika (left) and Kasia Davies with Jonathan Samuelson

 Sisters Monika (left) and Kasia Davies with Jonathan Samuelson
Sisters Monika (left) and Kasia Davies with Jonathan Samuelson
Carlisle sisters' London performance to mark floods recovery work
Two musical sisters have been helping to celebrate the successful flood recovery work at a Carlisle factory.