Jill Sleigh gives children tips on making bread baskets at an event about life in India organised by the Kirkby Stephen, Appleby and Tebay Methodist Circuit.
David Heritage and Linda Stephenson, of Keswick-based giftware company Aspects of Art, with some of the Buttercup Farm models which proved a hit at a gift fair in 1995, resulting in the creation of job opportunities with the firm.
Pictured at a coffee morning held in Penrith 25 years ago to help celebrate the 500th edition of the Eden talking newspaper (left to right) are Ken Colley, Ann Edgar, Jackie Westgarth, Tom Clarke, Sadie Proud, Ian Proud, Betty Hendrie and Ian Edgar.
Lune Spring Players Dot Lewin, Yvonne Barns, Susanna Caldwell, Mark Tinsley, John Chadwick, Hillary Mirrey, David Morris, Caroline Morris and Mick Frost in a scene from Sailor Beware, which they performed 25 years ago at Newbiggin-on-Lune public hall.
Nine-year-old Bryan Jolly, Penrith, at a terrier and lurcher show held at Wet Sleddale Park, Shap, with his four-month-old Border Lakeland terriers.
Shadow education minister David Blunkett pictured with his guide dog Lucy, headmaster David Robinson and students during the politician’s visit to Penrith’s Ullswater Community College in 1995.