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SIR John Manduell, a founding trustee and former chairman of Lake District Summer Music, has died aged 89.
Prince Charles, Richard Branson and Boris Johnson to receive climate change book by Ambleside photographer
PRINCE Charles, Richard Branson and Boris Johnson are among the newest high-profile figures set to receive a book which campaigns to tackle climate change.
NEARLY 50 homes are to be built on either side of a busy Kendal road after plans were granted outline permission.
MOTORISTS arriving in a South Lakeland village are to be greeted with a smile or frown on their arrival from today, and it will all depend on their speed.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams
THIS year's Cumbria Poppy Appeal was launched at the Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge.
A NEW Kendal business is hoping to help tackle the bed blocking crisis by keeping its clients healthy, happy and active.
THE UK's leading winter livestock event is to take place in Cumbria this week.
THE LONG-STANDING chair of Ulverston's Business Improvement District (BID) has said there are 'no hard feelings' after he failed to hold on to his board position.
A ‘BOGIE’ race at a farm attraction near Carnforth has raised thousands of pounds for a cancer charity.
A CUMBRIAN farmer has returned to his roots to take on an important management role at the county's largest agricultural college.
GREEN-FINGERED representatives from Cumbria came away with a handful of awards from this year's Britain in Bloom competition.
A FOOTBALL agent has told jurors he is "truly, truly sorry" for causing an M6 crash which killed one highways worker and left another paralysed.
MP Julian Smith, whose Skipton and Ripon constituency includes Settle, Bentham, Clapham, Ingleton and Burton-in-Lonsdale, has been promoted to Chief Whip as part of Prime Minister Theresa May's mini-reshuffle in the wake of the claims of sexual harassment in Parliament.
A TRAINEE nurse is raising money for research into pancreatic cancer following the unexpected death of her grandfather.
BOOK lovers in north Lancashire are celebrating a happy ending for their village library.
HARROWING details of one of the most notorious Nazi death camps of World War 2 were revealed to a group of South Lakes students during a three-day trip to Poland.
FOUR people were stuck on a marooned boat at Ullswater on Sunday, October 29, and had to be rescued by the Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service.
Upper Eden rallycross racer David Ewin has had a busy couple of weeks as the 2017 season draws to a close.
FIREWORKS will light up the skies of South Lakeland in a host of sparkling displays to celebrate Bonfire Night.