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RESIDENTS of an Eden town are trying to raise £20,000 to provide their 'beautiful' church with modern-day facilities.
SCORES of vintage sports cars will wind their way through some of Lake District's most dramatic scenery next weekend in what is being billed as an "exhilarating motoring extravaganza".
Castle Dairy at Kendal becomes first apprentice-run eatery in the country to be awarded 2AA rosettes for food
THE historic Castle Dairy Restaurant & Art Gallery in Kendal has become the first apprentice-run eatery in the country to be awarded 2AA rosettes for the quality of its food.
A RENOWNED Cumbrian filmmaker has been awarded a prestigious national accolade for his film about the iconic Lakes mountain Blencathra.
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LOCAL charity Boxes of Hope Cumbria is reminding people there is still time to pack a Christmas shoebox.
Television star Jeremy Clarkson has a new national water speed record at Coniston.
PLANS for 16 solar panels at historic Cark Hall, Cark-in-Cartmel, met with approval from South Lakeland District Council.
PLANS are brewing for four new homes on the site of a former Ulverston pub.
THE excellent Haffner Orchestra opens it 2017/2018 season of concerts at Lancaster University's Great Hall on Saturday, November 11 (7.30pm), with a new musical director on the podium.
TWO girls have reportedly been chased around Kendal and threatened with a broken bottle.
NATWEST Bank on Kirkby Lonsdale's Main Street has had one of its windows smashed.
SETTLE and District Young Farmers held their Annual Sheepdog Trials at Bank Laithe Farm, Winterburn.
It is still 52 days until Christmas - but already shops are being decked out in festive tinsel.
CUMBRIA Police is appealing for witnesses following a report of a public order offence in Kendal.
A CAR windscreen was smashed on a street in Ulverston.
HUNDREDS of people turned out for an early bonfire in Bentham at the weekend.
FW MURNAU'S classic Dracula-inspired Nosferatu film will be screened at Beetham's Heron Theatre on Friday and Saturday, November 10/11.
IT SOUNDS like we might have some frosty nights and chilly mornings coming up, if the weather forecasters are to be believed (ha!) so what's visible 'up there' at the moment? writes STUART ATKINSON.