'The Marble Run' is aimed at getting people thinking positively about rivers in Cumbria, following last winter's floods.Read the full story ›
A village pub in west Cumbria has won a top national award.
The landlady at the White Mare in Beckermet has been named as the 'best newcomers' in the Great British Pub Awards.
Our reporter, Matthew Taylor, popped along for a pint:
Five people from Carlisle and Eden are taking on the London marathon, to raise money for Carlisle Eden Mind's Suicide Prevention project.Read the full story ›
Newton Rigg College, near Penrith, has been celebrating it's 120 year history.
The college began life back in 1896 and now a former garden on campus has been renovated and re-opened by students.
Our reporter, Tim Backshall, went to see the stones and plants from the old counties of Cumberland and Westmorland, that feature in the new garden:
9-year-old Rowan Ashworth shot the photo 'Sunset Explorer', of his father climbing on a Scottish Island.Read the full story ›
The south Cumbrian market town was one of 900 entrants to the awards and has made it through to the final three.Read the full story ›
Bitts Park play area in Carlisle officially reopens today, after it was seriously damaged in last year's floods.
The park was eight feet under water following Storm Desmond in December.
All of the equipment was lost, and we needed to get that play area up and running. Bitts Park is our main destination park, we wanted to make it bigger and better. We wanted to make it resilient and fun for young people."
There are only two fully functional Wurlitzer pipe organs in Europe... and one of them is in Bowness. Turn back time and watch it emerge.Read the full story ›
A Wurlitzer pipe organ - believed to be one of the last in Europe - has been restored to full working order.
The revamped Wurlitzer is housed at Bowness on Windermere cinema, and is being unveiled tonight at a charity film show.
Mountain rescue teams usually advise people to dress appropriately and according to the conditions... but one Cumbrian group has chosen to bare all to raise funds.
The Penrith team covers the largest area of all of the Lake District mountain rescue teams, and has already been involved in 46 rescues this year.
The service is provided by unpaid volunteers, but they need money to pay for equipment, including the vehicles they use.
Team members have created a naked calendar in a bid to generate funds, and interest in their work.
The calendars are being sold in GO Outdoors and Booths in Penrith, and Eden Rock in Carlisle.