Engineers arrive in an Octad all -terrain vehicle to keep telecommunications links open at BT's microwave radio station on Two Top Fell, near Penrith, 25 years ago
Cumbria's bride of the year in 1996, Michelle Tait, of Carlisle, visited High Hesket School at the invitation of the children to help with an art project. Michelle is pictured with some of the children and also Russell Smith, of Russell's Wedding Services, Penrith.
Caldbeck young farmers look on as club chairperson Rachel Patterson presents a £300 cheque to Margaret Ashton, of the East Cumbria Macmillan Nurses team. The money was raised at a coffee morning.
In full voice are members of the award-winning Keswick School Choir who performed at a talent evening held in the Rawnsley Hall 25 years ago.
Chairman George Wilson and magistrates inspect the refurbished courtroom at Penrith 25 years ago
Penrith police officers return to their vehicles after escorting dialysis patient John Dent to an RAF helicopter to Carlisle for treatment during a spell of snowy weather
Penrithians Alan Proudfoot and his wife Susan receive the keys for a Renault Clio car he won 25 years ago in a national competition from Stephen Fleming, of Renault dealers Armstrong and Fleming, and Geoff Milne, area operations manager with Renault.
Leisure club deputy manager Peter Small, Keswick, in training for a sponsored bike ride across Israel to raise money for Scope, the charity for people with cerebral palsy.
Lowther parish councillors marked the retirement 25 years ago of Mrs Nora Noble, the former postmistress at Hackthorpe, by presenting her with a Ferrari sports car — in miniature. Asked what she would like as a retirement gift, Mrs. Noble joked that she wanted a car — and councillors took her at her word. They also presented her with a freezer. Pictured handing over the toy car is Lawrence Titterington, watched by villagers from Hackthorpe, Melkinthorpe and Lowther Newtown.