Pupils jump high during a sponsored skip held at Kirkoswald Primary School in 1996.
Jazz enthusiasts wend their way to the shores of Derwentwater during the Keswick jazz festival 25 years ago.
Kevin Sowerby, High Croft, Milburn, with the champion Scotch Blackfaced sheep at Stainmore sheep show in 1996.
May Queen Becky Sorek at Penrith's May Day carnival in 1996 with (left to right) attendants Angharad Davison, Carly Charlton and Gemma Lock.
Children who met West Indian batsman Brian Lara when he visited Penrith's Sportscraft store 25 years ago.
Youngsters who took part in the first Penrith and District schools league soccer championship 25 years ago, which was won by North Lakes School.
Competors messing about in the village beck at the first Ravenstonedale Yacht Club annual regatta, which was the brainchild of Ken and Kathy Trimmer
Some of the children who sold books and toys at a sponsored ride organised by Bob Atkinson, Sarah Robinson and Pamela Ireland, of Grey Horse Stables, Brough, to raise money for te urology department at the Cumberland Infirmary. Left to right: Sarah Olley, Samantha Kirkby, Anne Marie Gilpin, Joanne Metcalfe, Lucy Satterthwaite, Kerry McDiarmid and Kirsty McDiarmid.
Mark Hodgson (front right), manager of Wetheriggs Pottery, near Penrith, and members of Eden Council with a party of mayors from Bulgaria who visited Cumbria for a tourism study visit in 1996
The 25 years' service of Milburn School's caretaker, Mrs Gwennie Wills, was marked by a presentation at the school in 1996.
Pictured at Penrith Castle Park in 1996 are members of the Hindson family who staged a reunion. Around 100 members of the family, including some from Canada and America, attended
Members of Appleby's VE and VJ committee with an oak picnic seat unveiled at Broad Close 25 years ago to commemorate the anniversaries of the two dates. Pictured (left to right) are Jack Simpson, Mike Langan, Keith Laughlin, Mack Pattison, Jack Steadman, chairman Frank Graves, mayor Norman Mennie, Thomas Park, Gordon Walton, Hughie Potts, Eddie Robertson and George Cowards.
Outgoing chairwoman Pat Mackenzie hands over the chain of office to incoming chairwoman Anne Owens at the Penrith Ladies' Circle change-over dinner.
Alston women toned their bodies and raised funds for the town's gala and pre-school play group through a sponsored stepathon and aerobics session in the town hall 25 years ago.
Children from Long Marton School with puppets they made as part of a project during the spring term in 1996.