An artist has pinched the top of England's highest mountain, drawing a tongue-in-cheek response from Cumbria Tourism.Read the full story ›
The window shows a sunrise over Carlisle Castle, and was an iconic part of the Londsale Cinema. It'll be displayed in a new arts centre.Read the full story ›
A piece of Carlisle's cultural history which was saved from the scrapheap, is being painstakingly restored.
A stained glass window which shows a sunrise over the city's castle, was an original feature of the former Lonsdale Cinema.
It's due to go on display at the Old Fire Station, which will re-open shortly as an arts and entertainment venue.
People are being asked to nominate their community heroes to ride on the first train to run on the Borders Railway.Read the full story ›
A Carlisle artist has crafted an image of the Madonna and Child.
But instead of using paints and a brush, he's made it entirely out of toast.
Adam Sheldon dried and flattened 160 slices of burnt toast, and then crafted them into this masterpiece by scraping them with a knife and using a blow-torch.
The talented toast-artist originally did the artwork as a commission for a cathedral but he's now dedicating it to a very special woman in his life:
A photographer's new exhibition shows Cumbrian landmarks from a new perspective. Can you guess what they are?Read the full story ›
A permanent monument to mark Workington's past as one of the world's leading steel-making towns has been unveiled. It was produced by current steelworkers in recognition of a time when Workington steel was used on almost every major railroad in the world. Ryan Dollard reports.
Brunton Park's playing surfaces have been covered in snow, so the club are asking fans for help to clear it up before their next match.Read the full story ›
A fish and chip shop in Cumbria has won the Best Newcomer prize at a national award ceremony.
Shap Chippy opened in April 2013.
Greg Hoare has this report.
"The carnival will be spectacular, there will be more than 4,000 people parading through the streets, there will be 2015 lanterns to help celebrate the 2015 UNESCO Year of Light, there will be six bands, six big floats, hundreds of costumes, thousands of people on the streets, it's going to be absolutely spectacular."