ON Sunday, Penrith under-14s travelled to Upper Eden and enjoyed a good game in the spring sunshine.
THE Penrith under-13 squad made the short trip to Kirkby Stephen for a match against Upper Eden.
PENRITH looked to have a stern test on their hands trying to get anything out of their latest National 3 North game, at home to second in the table Rossendale on Saturday.
KESWICK School sent a 10-strong squad to Giggleswick School to compete in the under-18 girls north of England sevens tournament.
CHAMPIONS: Keswick School’s triumphant sevens side, back row, left to right, Ellie Roberts, Helen Teasdale, Ceri Storer (captain), Bethany Robinson, Catherine O’Donnell and Bethan Lloyd. Front: Laura Vaillant, May Campbell, Lizzie Sykes and Evie Tonkin.
WITH its raised ride height, 4MOTION four-wheel drive and rugged body enhancements, the new Passat Alltrack has everything drivers need toventure off the beaten track; but customers need venture no further than their local Volkswagen retailer to order one, ahead of the first cars arriving in showrooms in the UK on 28th May.
THE all-new Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV, arriving this spring, comes equipped with a range of breakthrough technologies.
THE roadster season is under way and Mercedes-AMG is making its appearance in dynamic style.
Robert Porter, chief executive of the Derwent and Solway Housing Association, welcoming guests to the opening.
RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY: Bill Jefferson, chairman of the Lake District National Park Authority, Copeland MP Jamie Reed (second from right) and Robert Porter, chief executive of the Derwent and Solway Housing Association, with children from St. Herbert’s School, Keswick, officially open the new housing development.
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