BUSINESSES in the Derwentwater (right) and Bassenthwaite Lake areas which rely on tourism for their livelihoods are being asked to get involved in an innovative project delivered by Nurture Lakeland and funded by Natural England.
A LEADING hotel chain has said it wants to expand into the Lake District and West Cumbria, and has identified Keswick, along with Workington and Whitehaven, as a potential growth area.
A PIONEER who led the way for women in business in Penrith, as well as being heavily involved in charity work, has died at the age of 93.
EDEN firefighters tackled a chimney fire at a property off Main Street, Brough.
CONCERNS over the scale of a proposed workshop and storage building were dismissed by Eden planners who gave the development their consent.
Instructor Albie Ollivierrie with staff and children from Crosby Ravensworth, Long Marton and Asby schools who took part in dance workshops in Cliburn village hall. Other schools taking part were Temple Sowerby, Milburn and Bolton.
CHILDREN at St. Catherine’s School, Penrith, played “runaround” as part of a presentation given by the town’s Ghyllmount Dental Practice to help teach them about healthy eating and looking after their teeth.
THREE teenagers appeared in court charged with causing more than £4,500 worth of damage to an Eden school.
THE A6 Kendal-Penrith road was closed between Selside and the Shap Toll Bar for a time on Wednesday due to flooding.
A TWO-vehicle collision was reported to have occurred on the M6 close to Junction 41 north of Penrith on Friday.
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