A world-first vehicle has been unveiled in Cumbria today, which could see communities affected by heavy rainfall reconnected more quickly.Read the full story ›
The South Lakes MP has tabled a motion in Parliament to mark two years to the day since Storm Desmond hit the region.Read the full story ›
It's exactly two years since Storm Desmond hit the region, flooding thousands of homes and businesses.Read the full story ›
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Residents in Millom are raising festive spirits as the town continues to recover from flooding.
They've taken to the streets to make a Christmas video, involving many affected homeowners, to spread festive joy in a bid to raise money.
Heavy rainfall hit 320 properties in September - affecting over 1000 people -and campaigners say 30 families are still unable to return to their homes.
The government reportedly denied attempts to access flood resilience grants as ‘not enough houses were affected’.
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The first and final 'supermoon' of 2017 made a rare appearance last night across the UK. The moon appeared 7% bigger and 15% brighter than normal, with a possible reddish tinge.
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Drew Geddes captured this image from his back garden in Dalbeattie after noticing aeroplanes flying close by the moon while he was out for a walk with his dog, Rocco.
He rushed home and caught this moment with his camera using a 300mm lens.
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Ways to cut the growing number of mountain rescue call-outs in the Lake District will be discussed today.
The meeting in Wasdale, which is the first of its kind, will include the police, the National Park Authority and the National Trust.
A draft design for the new crossing at Pooley Bridge will be unveiled tonight at a public meeting. Residents will be given feedback about consultations of the design and how a final draft was decided.
The bridge collapsed during Storm Desmond in December 2015 and a temporary one opened in March last year. The meeting about the permanent bridge design will take place at Parkin Memorial Hall at 6.30pm.
The £32.1million scheme has already protected properties from flooding on six separate occasions.Read the full story ›