by Beth Pipe

I have very clear memories as a child of completing my Bronze, Silver and Gold swimming survival certificates.  As I recall it mainly involved swimming around in my pyjamas and collecting rubber bricks from the floor of the pool before performing...

SUNDAY 14 DECEMBER COLIN CAYGILL’S ANTIQUES FAIR Vintage classics, ceramics, silver, clothing and jewellery 10am – 4.00 pm  £1.20 entry Rhege...
Choirs from Hunter Hall School and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School will be performing at the annual Christmas Carol Service organised by Eden District...
This year’s Penrith Winter Festival, sponsored by Cumbrian Homes and Discover Penrith, begins with a weekend of festive fun and entertainment as the t...
The Trout Hotel in Cockermouth will once again welcome the renowned ‘Christmas Decorators’ to deck its halls in exceptional style, following the popul...
Father Christmas was in joyful mood this week as he discovered how many charities working across the UK will benefit directly from local people using...
The Trout Hotel in Cockermouth is celebrating the successful completion of its recent £80,000 kitchen upgrade in style with a special November Thank Y...
Back in March, as we were heading off in the campervan for a week at Kielder Water, Steve announced that he’d come up with a plan, writes Beth Pipe.  Crazy plans are usually my department but I...
Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts, Network Scouts, Leaders, and Local dignitaries all came together at Richard Rose Central Academy for the Annual Reivers District Carol Service,...
Audience members at Theatre by the Lake got into the festive spirit on Saturday, for the opening night of Christmas show Peter Pan. The theatre invited everyone to dress as their favourite Neverland...
Theatre by the Lake’s Artistic Director Ian Forrest has unveiled nine “exciting and unmissable” plays that will be seen on the theatre’s two stages in 2015. The list ranges from a two-hander set in...