Copeland Council has given the green light to plans that will allow the transformation of a former Copeland factory. The Kangol factory in Cleator had produced hats since 1938, and became a worldwide brand. However, the riverside factory closed in 2009 with the loss of 32 jobs. Now North Associates...

Eden county councillors today agreed to consult on proposed changes to highways rules to improve road safety during Appleby New Fair. The proposed...

Copeland Council has issued some handy information about their services over the Easter period. On Good Friday, bin and recycling collections will...

Cumbria County Council has launched a new campaign to urge young pregnant women who smoke to quit for the sake of their own health and their baby's...

On Monday, Helen Wiggans is to receive the prestigious Chief Fire Officer's Commendation for saving a life on her way to work. Helen works in the H...

Health and social care leaders across North Cumbria are working together to help ease pressure on busy hospital services and are urging members of...

Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria, Richard Rhodes, has today announced that Victim Support has been commissioned to deliver support service...

Cumbria Police are keen to speak to this man in connection with an incident of theft. The incident occurred at the Spar store on Fusehill Street, Carlisle, on 5th March 2015, where a man stole two...
At 978m (3,209ft), Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England. It is characterised by crags and general ruggedness. Renowned walking writer Alfred Wainwright described it as being "...every inch...
There’s another cavalcade of incredible performances coming up at Theatre by the Lake in April. From a comedic retelling of an Oscar Wilde classic to an anecdotal evening with a former BBC icon of...
Police have confirmed the identity of the boy who died following injuries suffered in a collision with a vehicle at Gosforth. He was Jake Kenneth Fawcett, aged two, from Seascale.