A historic Yes vote is the result of the UK’s first Localism Referendum, which was held in the Upper Eden area of Cumbria on 7 March 2013.

Voters have endorsed the Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan (covering Brough Parish and 16 surrounding parishes in East Cumbria),...

There may be choppy waters ahead for the resourcing of local public services but the elected Member with overall responsibility for Eden District Coun...
Council Tax funds a very wide range of vital services such as the Police, social services, highways, food safety, refuse collection and the fire servi...
The first week of a public consultation about identifying futures sites for housing in Eden District is already stimulating a lively debate, as people...
Rory Stewart MP and invited guests from the region’s tourism industry will be cycling effortlessly around part of the Eden Valley on Friday 8 March du...
In the next few weeks Council tax Bills for 2013-14 will be dropping through letter-boxes of residents in Eden District. Changes in legislation now ma...
The Council last night (21 February 2013) agreed a budget. This includes not only a balanced budget but also additional investment in the local econom...
Representatives of UCEP, the MP Rory Stewart and Eden District Council will be celebrating the Localism Referendum - next step for groundbreaking Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan at Swanson House...
A new Thai Arts and Cultural Centre will be opening its door for the 1st time in the history of Cumbria in Penrith. The Chairman of the Eden District Council, Councillor Keith Morgan will be the...
Eden District Council's Executive has agreed its draft budget for consultation. The Resources Portfolio Holder, Councillor Kevin Beaty, said: "Over the last 12 months we have consolidated the Council...
Free family days at Appleby and Penrith Leisure Centres offer a New Year opportunity for locals to try the facilities on their own doorstep. The free open days aim to give families the chance to find...