With all the snow and wintery showers, the river is up and down like a yo-yo with plenty of colour. The grayling fishing is good when the levels are low and the water clear, there seems to be good numbers of fish to around two and a half pounds. The first week of...

Join Cumbria Chamber of Commerce, Furness Enterprise and UK Trade and Investment at Furness College, Barrow-in-Furness on Tuesday 5th of March 10am to...
Classical concerts by the dozen: two dozen to be precise writes David Killick of West Cumbria Concert Goers. That’s the number of professional concert...
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 training opportunity has arisen for rail enthusiasts to work alongside a Cumbrian upholstery company to restore a 1930’s railway coach.The scheme is...
The most successful Olympic Games for Great Britain in a century is inspiring more Cumbrian’s to take up sport and make healthier life choices – and p...
The A592 at Kirkstone Pass has now reopened following a road traffic collision earlier today.The female driver of the Kia Picanto, aged 57 from Kendal...
  Five and a half pints of beer a minute (or a pint every ten seconds) were sold during the four days of our summer beer festival last weekend . Crowds of beer lovers from all over the North...
  Whilst we continue to endure a miserable summer here in Cumbria, Scouts from the county are currently roasting in temperatures of over 100degF in Michigan USA. The Cumbrian...
Sir Chris Bonington was appointed as a Cumbrian Scout ambassador on Sunday at the finale of the Counties Dragnet competition at St Johns in the Vale. The internationally renowned mountaineer joins...
Cumbria's biggest bus and coach company - Reays - is creating 20 more jobs by expanding into Penrith, the Lake District and South Cumbria. The family-run firm, which operates Carlisle's award-winning...