Eden District Council’s Community Wardens will be using a stencil and chalk paint in suitable dog fouling ‘hot spots’ in the district to alert dog walkers that they must pick up after their pets in that area.The chalk paint lasts one to six weeks on a hard surface and...

Close to half-a-million people, including 5991 in Cumbria joined in the world’s largest garden wildlife survey, counting more than eight million birds...
The latest figures show that in January there was an 11% increase in overseas visitor numbers to the UK. South Lakeland MP Tim Farron has called for t...
Better, Windermere Outdoor Adventure Centre can now provide even more opportunities for local people to access water sport’s courses and training at L...
Cumbria county councillors have agreed to inject £60,000 to fund a report looking at the potential of a Whitehaven relief road. This report will sit a...
Applications for LEADER grants are invited from rural businesses, farmers, foresters, growers, landowners, tourism providers as well as voluntary and...
Charles Carron Brown, head sommelier at Grasmere’s Forest Side, rubbed shoulders with leading wine industry experts in London on 13th March, as a judg...
Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall, will this week be attending two events in the county, to mark the launch of Cumbria Youth Commission.He will attend the Years 9 and 10 Assembly...
Kate Fox, BBC Radio 4’s poet and comedian has joined forces with Union Jill, a folk-inspired female music duo, to create a show that is funny, thought-provoking and currently touring rural venues as...
A collection of photographs by Beatrix Potter’s father, Rupert Potter, is up for auction on Monday 3 April at 1818 Auctioneers on the Cumbria, Lancashire border.One of the 41 black and white...
A sport ehabilitation expert from Cumbria travelled to Monaco to speak at an international conference on the prevention of injury and illness in sport (16-18 March). Opened by the Prince of...