Some of the children and their parents who took part in a sponsored toddle at Castle Park, Penrith, for the BBC Children in Need appeal.
On the handicrafts stall at a “pick and choose” day held at Kirkby Stephen and district speech and therapy department in 1995 are, from left, Emily Sunderland, Kathryn Sunderland, Joyce Smithson and Laura Smithson.
Year eight pupils at Penrith’s Queen Elizabeth Grammar School with tools they were renovating and sending out to building students in Africa 25 years ago.
Pictured at a presentation ceremony held in 1995 (left to right) are Steven Clark, operations director of AF Penrith; Willie Hastwell and John Burns, who received awards in recognition of the fact both had completed 25 years of service with the firm; and Bryan Carr, chairman of AF Cumbria.
Dr Jurgen Kroneberg (left) announced the winners of a competition organised 25 years ago by Cumbria County Council’s library service and based around the twinning with the German region of Rheinisch Bergischer. He is pictured at Penrith library with winners James Tweedie, Katy Forrester, Amanda Tinkler and Jenny Cornwell, and county council chairman Colin Liversedge.
The cast of Keswick Theatre Club’s 1995 production And A Little Love Besides, written by Alan Plater and produced by Rose Harper. From left to right are Barbara Bragg, Warren Elsby, Zoe Longley, Aleissandraos Paris, Rachel Davis, Arthur Arnold, Melanie Fisher and Derek Kitchingman.