A Penrith woman who broke COVID-19 lockdown regulations has been fined £1,760 by magistrates.
Chloe Stewart, 30, of Rowan Court, was charged with participating in indoor activity with two or more people at her home, contrary to coronavirus restrictions, shortly after 7.30pm on November 19.
The case was heard at Carlisle Magistrates’ Court and proved in her absence.
She will also pay a £176 victim surcharge and £85 court costs.
In separate cases two men from out of the district were fined for breaking COVID-19 regulations at Alston and North Stainmore.
Gareth Anthony McMahon, 22, of Evenwood, Bishop Auckland, was charged with gathering with two or more people in a private dwelling in a Tier 4 area on January 29.
He was fined £1,760 and will pay a £176 victim surcharge and £85 court costs.
Grant Stewart, 40, of Bannisdale Way, Carlisle, was charged with committing the same offence while poaching at North Stainmore on January 17.
He will pay a £320 fine, £34 victim surcharge and £85 costs.