THE Director of a Cumbrian charity will take to the fells in a bid to help keep older people warm this winter.

Andy Beeforth, the man who heads up Cumbria Community Foundation, will sleep in a bivouac overnight to bring attention to the plight of those who can’t...

Cumbrian farmers and rural businesses are being urged to take action now to protect themselves from the consequences of rising conventional energy bil...
The Scouts are renowned for always being prepared for a crisis, so in view of yet another forecast of the end of the world, on Friday 21 December, thr...
A free bus tour near Penrith will look at on-farm renewable energy installations later this month. The tour, which will take place on Tuesday 23rd Oct...
Police were called to a fire at 1:55 pm on 25 May at a property in Millom after a cannabis farm was found. The Fire Service attended the address in Mi...
Local MP Tim Farron is backing a trailblazing plan that could cut the energy bills of South Lakes households. South Lakes Liberal Democrat Enviro...
The charred remains of metal chairs were all that was left standing of Castle Park’s well loved bowling ‘bower’ as Councillor Gordon Nicolson, Leader...
Having heard about Cyclone Thane that hit the ICYER (International Centre for Yoga Education and Research) Centre in Pondicherry, India, where yoga teacher, Sonia Allen-Wall, once studied, our...
A Carlisle business has launched a national internet store for the UK’s flower industry. The Flower Bank, run by Helen Wilson, is now supplying florists across the UK with goods such as glassware,...
A STUDY into sustainable energy, financed by the Heart of Eden Development Trust has highlighted how natural green power sources in the area could help reduce fuel costs for residents and reduce...
Police have arrested four teenagers as the investigation continues into the arson attack in Castle Park, Penrith which destroyed the bowling pavilion. It happened just after 7.40pm on Sunday and is...