A host of local producers are set to reap the benefits from the opening of Cranstons new Brampton Foodhall on Monday February 15th. More than 20 businesses from across Cumbria and its borders will showcase their produce in the new Foodhall, a welcome expansion to the Cranstons brand. The products, which...

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes, is appealing for volunteers to come forward to join the county’s Independent Custody Visit...

In an effort to reverse some of the damage done to local Cumbrian businesses by the recent storms a local group of Twitter friends and outdoor enth...

The recent severe weather and further forecasted gales has postponed an outdoor charity fundraiser.Cumbria Community Foundation’s ‘Big Sleep’ was b...

Police have arrested a woman in connection with a robbery at the Post Office on High Street, Maryport on Monday (January 25th 2016). The 24-year-ol...

Cumbria County Council Leader Stewart Young has responded to speculation that the council could increase Council Tax to fund flood recovery. Counci...

Contrary to recent reports in some national media outlets Cumbria County Council has not been granted an exemption from the requirement to accept r...

The High Court has dismissed a claim for wrongful dismissal brought against Sunderland Association Football Club Limited (the club). It held that the club was entitled to summarily dismiss its...
Sellafield Ltd is agreeing what is thought to be the UK’s first ever public procurement that guarantees benefits for the community.A decade-long package of socioeconomic investment will be delivered...
Two Cumbrian tourism businesses have been revealed as finalists in VisitEngland’s Awards for Excellence 2016. Castlerigg Hall Caravan and Camping Park in Keswick - already a winner in last year’s...
A public bus service connecting Keswick and Grasmere via Thirlmere is planned to start on Tuesday 16 February using the temporary road being built to bypass “The Gap” on Dunmail Raise. It had been...

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