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A MURDER mystery cruise is to set sail on Windermere on Friday, July 14 to raise money for Rosemere Cancer Foundation.
'TIME-travelling' Freemasons celebrated 300 years of brotherhood by recreating an 18th century lodge meeting.
SIR Tom was not the only Jones to prove a headline act at Cartmel at the weekend.
WINDERMERE Marina Village has seen a five per cent year on year increase in mooring occupancy rates.
Robert Hodgson, 41, who had been reported as missing, has been located safe this morning.
Officers joined volunteers from the South Lakes Deer Management Group on Friday night (June 30th) to target poaching hot spots and conduct vehicle spot checks as part of Operation Samurai.
GREAT tunes, big choruses, melting solos and marvellous orchestral sounds blend brilliantly in what promises to be one of the choral performances of the year on Saturday (July 8).
If you’re a fan of roaming the Lake District’s unique and sometimes testing fells in all weathers then this could be the job for you.
THE everyday lives of shopkeepers, farmers, castle owners and an expert upholsterer have been captured on camera for a major new TV series about the Lake District and the Dales.
A 'LOVEABLE rogue' who had lived around Ambleside for 20 years died when he fell into the Rothay River while he was drunk, an inquest heard.
BRIGHT sunshine provided the perfect setting for Ambleside Rushbearing last Saturday as the village’s historic and hallowed tradition of carrying flower-decorated rushes round the streets delighted onlookers.
AN Ambleside man who became the first Polish national to join Cumbria Fire Service in 2003 died from an alcohol-related death, an inquest heard.
KENDAL Cricket Club's bid to move clear of the foot of the Northern Premier League was handed a blow as rain brought an early end to their match at Morecambe.
NETHERFIELD Cricket Club progressed to the Twenty-20 Finals Day at Penrith after two comfortable victories at Parkside Road.
TEACHERS Sarah and Luke Harding were the first family to unpack at Ash Tree Park, Story Homes' second development in Kendal, thanks to the Government's Help to Buy scheme.
A MAN who has wound up a Lake District town's landmark clock every week for the past 27 years has decided to call time on the job.
KENDAL was in good tune over the weekend as some 900 choristers from 40 different groups gathered en masse to sing.
I have just returned from a holiday in a region of France that is primarily rural but also heavily reliant on tourism - does that sound familiar?
THERE are so many negative reports about poor care in our hospitals. I would like to re-dress this through our experience.