Nenthead Primary School pupils receiving their safe cycling awards 25 years ago from Sergeant Peter Fairclough and PC Dennis Priestley (left to right) are George Heslop, Thomas Marshall, Luke Wood, Ruth Turnbull, Luke Logan and Rory Connor, with teachers and fellow pupils looking on.
Christine Ritchie, secretary of the East Cumbria Cot Death Support Group, receives a cheque for £650 from regulars at the Grey Goat Inn, Penrith, who took part in q 24-hour darts marathon in 1995. Pictured (left to right) are John Loughlin, landlady Vicki Brown, Tim Witteck, Yvonne Western, Terry Martin, Christine Ritchie, Anthony Straughan and Helen Hughes.
Brough Primary School year five and six pupils with a wall hanging depicting the village and surrounding area, 25 years ago.
Churchwardens, children of Patterdale School, Canon Gordon Scott, the Right Rev Richard Garrard, the Ven David Turnbull and the Rev David Crouchley at the opening of an extension at St Patrick’s Church, Patterdale, in 1995.
Students at Ullswater Community College, Penrith, who planted ferns, flowers and other plants at the Church Mews flats complex in the town’s Duke Street as part of their contribution to national environment week in 1995.
Children who were presented with commemorative VE Day coins at a celebration held at Yew Tree House, Crosby Garrett, in 1995 with (back row, left to right) Ivor Allonby, Diane Caldwell, Rod Stephenson and Bob Wright.
Part of the refreshments team at a four-day festival in Greystoke to celebrate the 50th anniversary of VJ Day were (left to right) Eileen Lund, Evelyn Staton, Pat Davidson, Norma Jackson and Diane Hetherington.
Janet Wood and Jean Jackson with a watercolour painting based on an old etching of Mardale Green and the old Dun Bull, which featured in an exhibition on the lost community of Mardale held in St. Michael’s Church, Shap, in 1995.
George Smith, chairman of the Penrith and district branch of the Royal British Legion, and former PoW Bill Nicholson try out a new seat placed outside the branch headquarters at Musgrave House, Penrith, to mark VJ day 25 years ago. Looking on are the Rev John Oliver and branch secretary Stan Graves.
Viewing a model medieval village at an open day held at Alston’s Samuel King’s School 25 years ago are (left to right) students Micelle Grice, Matthew Sullivan, Joanna Routledge and Naomi Hewlett.