Year 3 pupils from North Lakes School, Penrith, visited Cranstons Cumbrian Food Hall on Thursday 21st February to learn about their food’s journey from farm to fork. The visit was part of a wider project aimed at educating the children on all aspects of the food chain,...

Local police officers in Brampton, Cumwhinton and Dalston are taking a different approach to tackling speeding in the area and will be using volunteer...
Following an investigation into a road traffic collision which happened in July 2011, three man pleaded guilty to Conspire to commit Fraud by False Re...
On Saturday December 1 at 1.30pm Penrith Mountain Rescue Team were asked to assist two health visitors who were trying to reach a remote property near...
Cumbrian businesses, Hawkshead Relish and Mansergh Hall Farm have got through to the North West finals of the 'Rural Oscars'. The Rural Oscars were b...
Highways teams are out and about across Cumbria dealing with the ongoing torrential rain. Surface water is causing problems on roads around the county...
A Carlisle man is due to appear in court in connection with sheep thefts in Brampton. Robert Martin Birnie aged 46 of Longtown, Carlisle has been...
Cumbria’s forests are about to witness the roar of high performance engines once more this winter, as the county transforms into the country’s motorsport mecca, with two high profile motorsport...
Former members of staff from Cumbria Police have been sentenced for misconduct in Public Office. Ben Lewis,21 pictured  from Cumrew, Heads Nook, Brampton was sentenced to four and a half years...
Forest chiefs are feeling so chipper about the prospects for woodfuel in Cumbria that they are supporting a series of free demo days to help woodland owners tap into a growing asset. Over 40% of...
Eight unemployed Cumbrian people have gained valuable experience and confidence from work placements at Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust has been working with the Skills for Health...