The charity gave out a number of warnings to people at the Appleby Horse Fair, for "overworking" their horses in the hot weather.Read the full story ›
People with opinions on this year's Appleby Horse Fair are being asked to complete a feedback form.
Europe's largest annual fair for gypsies and travellers got underway last week, and runs until Wednesday 8 June.
Cumbria Police have praised everyone involved in this year's Appleby Horse Fair, which runs until 8 June.Read the full story ›
See some of the best photographs of this year's Appleby Horse Fair, the biggest annual fair for gypsies and travellers in Europe.Read the full story ›
Appleby horse fair is enjoying one of its busiest days.
The event is the biggest annual gypsy fair in Europe and sees thousands of the travelling community joined by thousands more visitors.
Police are warning drivers to reduce their speed around horse drawn vehicles in the build up to the Appleby Horse Fair.
This year's fair starts next Thursday and caravans and horses have already begun heading to the town.
Workers have finished building a new flood defence wall near Appleby swimming pool. Other defences are still being built.Read the full story ›
An amateur jockey from Appleby is preparing to take part in the world's biggest charity race day.
Keith Oakes had no experience as a horse racer, but he began training at a local racing yard around 18 months ago.
He's now saddling up for the Best Western Macmillian Charity Race in York this summer.
It is always something that I wanted to do but never had the opportunity.
I thought I would challenge myself to see if I could get to that level and take part in it and also raise a lot of money on the way for the Macmillian charity."
Network Rail have released a video revealing more details about the landslip on the railway line between Carlisle and Appleby.Read the full story ›
The Settle to Carlisle railway line was shut to all trains last night after aerial monitoring confirmed the scale of ground movement in the railway embankment at Appleby.
Engineers are planning repairs to fix the issue and minimise the chances of further landslips in the same area in the future.
A road replacement service for passengers will be in place between Appleby and Carlisle.
Consistent high levels of rainfall have saturated the ground and caused this slip, which has affected the stability of the railway through the area. Our aerial footage highlighted the scale of ground movement which has led us to close the line as a precaution while we confirm the next steps to tackle this issue. We do know extensive repairs will be needed to fix this."