A decorative scroll bearing the most famous poem by William Wordsworth, Daffodils, in Chinese, has been presented to the poet’s former home at Rydal Mount near Ambleside.
The ornate two-metre long work of art was brought to the Lake District by a British lecturer...

School governors in Cumbria are set to benefit from additional advice and support now that a second National Leader of Governance has been recruited i...
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...
The University Board of Directors met earlier this week and approved the Ambleside business case and detail of the phase one development, which should...
Almost a quarter of Cumbrian’s are drinking at a level which increases the risk of damaging their health, and a top public health doctor is calling fo...
The University of Cumbria’s National School of Forestry will be hosting the Third European Congress of Conservation Biology in the Scottish Exhibition...
Four days of University of Cumbria graduation ceremonies are due to take place at Carlisle Cathedral on Tuesday 17, Wednesday 18, Thursday 19 and Frid...
  Carlisle-born radio executive John Myers is to receive an honorary fellowship from the University of Cumbria for his outstanding contribution to radio. He will also become a visiting professor...
A team led by Newcastle University's Professor Ian Haynes and Current Archaeology's Archaeologist of the Year Tony Wilmott has started work in Maryport This year's excavation is scheduled to run for...
The University Board of Directors have agreed to proceed with planning the reopening of the university's Ambleside campus subject to a detailed business case including disposal of surplus estate. The...
The University of Cumbria is offering schools, community groups, public sector services and other interested parties in the area an opportuntiy to take part in an exciting new development, bringing...