Sixth Form students from Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS) in Penrith helped the Over 60s Activities Life Group at Penrith Leisure Centre to learn the latest rules for badminton last week. The Activity Life activities are co-ordinated by Eden District Councillor...

Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service are reminding local businesses about fire safety in the workplace in the run up to Christmas.Firms often employ tempor...
This is the weekly update of Environment Agency (EA) activities taking place in the next seven days. - If your community is not included in this list...
The Cumbrian Canoe Polo Series got off to a strong start when Penrith Canoe Club hosted the first tournament for this winter.  Teams from Kendal,...
A popular local charity is set to benefit from money raised at this year’s Chairman’s Carol Service being held at St Andrew’s Church in Penrith on 12...
Twelve months after being hit by devastating floods, many residents are still struggling to rebuild their lives, says the charity head responsible for...
This is the weekly update of Environment Agency (EA) activities taking place in the next seven  days. - If your community is not included in this...
A sculpture by Dame Barbara Hepworth has returned to display at the heart of the University of Cumbria’s Lancaster campus after months in store. Winged Figure sits in a new case at the entrance to...
The Lakes Distillery say only 20% of Founders’ Club Memberships – entitling each to exclusive bottlings from the first 100 casks of Cumbria’s first ever single malt whisky - remain.With over 2,000...
A picture-postcard holiday park in Cumbria - Castlerigg Hall in Keswick - has been named by the AA as the top spot in the North West to pitch a tent.The family-run business beat hundreds of other...
Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall has today launched his four year Police and Crime Plan to make Cumbria an even safer place.The Police and Crime Plan sets out the policing...