The renowned British Olympic skier Chemmy Alcott will head to the Trout Hotel in Cockermouth this month, to speak about her extraordinary career at an exclusive lunch and gin tasting event. The five-time Senior British National Champion and four-time Olympian, who...

Last weekend’s Kendal Festival of Food was so successful that early calculations indicate it was the busiest event in its history. It is estimated tha...
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...
Ullswater Steamers, the National Trust and a range of other partners welcomed Sally Balcombe, Chief Executive of VisitBritain, to Ullswater in the Lake District. During her visit Sally learnt about...
The Cumbrian Artist of the Year was awarded at a special ceremony held at the Rheged Centre with the emerging Cumbrian artist Sarah Tew winning the accolade.  Her work was selected by an...
A new year-long programme funded with £1million from the Department for Transport has been launched to maximise the benefits of cleaner, greener travel to Cumbria’s key international destinations....
This Saturday (16 May) sees the return of the ‘Low Wood, No Wood’ cardboard boat races on Windermere, with Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel & Marina playing host to the unusual wacky racing on the water...