Youngsters from Penrith's Ullswater Community College's Young Enterprise company, Allsorts, who were preparing for a trade fair on Malta 25 years ago, are pictured with (left to right) Tony Parrini, chairman of Eden Young Enterprise; David Robinson, Ullswater College headmaster; and Bernard Thornborrow, Eden Council chairman.
Great Salkeld parish youngsters provided the entertainment at an event held to mark the centenary of the village hall. Pictured are (left to right) Leonie Canniffe, Sarah Armstrong, Collette Canniffe, Owen Convey and Michael Dillan.
Staff and students from Newton Rigg College, Penrith, demonstrate computer equipment to people who visited a display of graphic and multi-media work held at Penrith library in 1996.
Watched by team members. Sir Chris Bonington cuts the first turf at the site of Keswick mountain rescue team's new base in 1996.
Falconer Gary Worley with Saxon, a golden eagle from the National School of Falconry based at Inglewood Bank, Penrith. Saxon had just made his first public appearance at Greystoke Castle.
John Atkinson, district manager for J. Bibby Agriculture, presents the keys of a new Yamaha ATV to Kate and Stephen Harrison, Aimshaugh, Alston, who won it in a draw held 25 years ago at the North West and Borders Sheep Fair. Trying it out are Kate and Stephen's children. Alistair, Oliver and Isaac.
Spen Glover receives a circular saw from Katie Woan and Patrick Duckworth, on behalf of parents and pupils at Beaconside Junior School, Penrith, to mark his retirement from the position of deputy head 25 years ago. Looking on is deputy head Geoffrey Dredge.
Farmers discuss the latest industry issues at the North West and Borders Sheep Fair, which was held at Skirsgill mart, Penrith.
Falconer Chris Stimpson shows members of Penrith's Edington Centre a North American Harris hawk during a visit there by staff from the Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre, Lowther, in 1996.
Ullswater Foxhounds huntsman Dennis Barrow with hounds and followers of the pack at Patterdale on New Year's Day, 1996.
Glasses are raised at a dinner held to celebrate the 85th birthday of Canon Gervase Markham, Morland, and to thank those who, for 28 years, had played croquet at Morland House for a trophy which he gave.
Kirkby Stephen youth action group members who performed a special concert for residents of the town's Christian Head 25 years ago.