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The Queen is unveiling a new memorial today in honour of those who've died on active service with a Cumbrian regiment.Read the full story ›
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Around 350 Army personnel from Duke of Lancaster's regiment are in Carlisle assisting Cumbria's emergency services with rescue efforts.Read the full story ›
A soldier was injured when a gun exploded at the Warcop training range near Appleby.
The man, in his 20s, suffered superficial chest and hand injuries. He was treated by paramedics before being flown by air ambulance to hospital in Carlisle. His injuries aren't life threatening.
A charity in the south-west of Scotland which gives injured servicemen and women a much needed break, is celebrating its fifth anniversary this weekend.
To mark the occasion, South West Scotland RnR announced it's widening its service to include veterans and bereaved families.
Lori Carnochan went to find out more.
A charity that helps injured servicemen and women returning from duty is celebrating its 5th birthday.Read the full story ›
A group of children who have all lost parents on active duty spent a week together on an outward bound course in the Lake District.
The Forces Children's Trust is a charity which organises holidays to help children overcome loss and bereavement. The group spent a week at Howtown Outdoor Bound Centre on Ullswater.
"They don't have got explain to each other they know everyone of them has lost their parent and they're very supportive of each other, very supportive."
"People at school they can't really feel what you feel they don't really understand you but here they understand you perfectly and they can help you. The people at school they try and comfort you but they don't feel it."
In your own classroom not many people understand and if you start crying they start getting mad at you but if you're here they understand what you've been through because everyone's been through it."
Territorial Army Soldiers have trekked 75 miles of the Cumbria Way in full kit to raise cash for charity.Read the full story ›