A third of the children waiting for adoption in Cumbria need a place for their brothers and sisters. What’s more, they wait the longest for an adoptive family.

That’s why Cumbria County Council is asking Cumbrians if they have room for two (or three) children in...

The overall number of business insolvencies continued to fall in the third quarter of 2014, according to official figures released today.  Howeve...
Illegal persecution continues to deprive the Cumbria countryside of our native birds of prey and the RSPB is challenging leaders in the shooting commu...
People buying fireworks are being urged to avoid illegal sellers where products can be dangerous or even fatal. Cumbria County Council will be working...
Are you passionate about the difference that sport and physical activity can make to communities across Cumbria? Do you have a range of skills that co...
A community playgroup and library are set to be protected thanks to the free transfer of a building and land from Cumbria County Council to a voluntar...
County councillors are to help fund a study that could pave the way for the development of new houses and job creation in Eden. Cumbria County Council...
Cumbria County Council is to cut its 9 million business miles each year by 10 percent and introduce low-energy schemes in all of its offices when it agrees to take part in Climate Local and tackle...
Shoppers and visitors to towns in Eden District got an early Christmas gift this week, with the announcement by Eden District Council that they are offering free parking, in their off-street car...
They came, they worked, they learned and they ate cake! An amazing total of 163 volunteers descended on Coniston on Wednesday 15 October to take part in practical conservation tasks and learning...
St Mary’s Hospice in Ulverston has opened its first charity tearoom out in the community in Dalton in Furness. The Forget-me-not tearoom is open in Crown Court House in the town’s Market Street. The...