Police are appealing for information about a missing 25-year-old man from the Appleby area.
Dean Fargher was last seen at Penrith Train Station and may have boarded a train to Liverpool on 21 July at approximately 8:48am.
He's described as white, 5ft 10, of medium build, with short curly brown hair and was last seen wearing a black shirt, grey shorts and grey Adidas trainers. Police are concerned for his welfare and appeal to anyone who has seen him to call them on 101.
The future of a care home, which has been closed since December's floods, will be discussed at a public consultation beginning today.
Residents from Edenside in Appleby have launched a campaign to return to the home, but ultimately Cumbria County Council will decide whether to re-open or permanently close it.
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Police are urging motorists to take extra care around caravans and horse drawn vehicles as this year's Appleby Horse Fair comes to a close.
Many gypsies, travellers and visitors to the town are now leaving Appleby, and drivers are being warned to slow down.
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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.
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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.