Thousands of people are expected to flock to Brampton to catch a glimpse of the colourful breed, which is more common in warmer climates.Read the full story ›
A man has suffered minor injuries after a Rottweiler attacked him and his dog in Cumbria.
The incident happened on Market Place in Brampton on June 30, but police have only now released the details.
Officers say a man walking his black labrador was attacked when the Rottweiler slipped its lead.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward, or anyone who may have had a similar incident happen to them in the area.
A man from Brampton who failed to pay more than £3,000 in council tax has been jailed.
Stewart Forster, 43, of Beckside Gardens, failed to pay Carlisle City Council £3,413.85.
He was found guilty at Carlisle Magistrates' Court in November last year, and was ordered to repay the debt at £300 per month, and given a suspended committal sentence.
However he didn't pay up as ordered, and was arrested.
He's now been sentenced at the Magistrates' Court to 109 days in prison.
A man in Cumbria could claim to have the best shed in the country.
Paul Robinson, who lives at Newbiggin near Brampton, is a finalist in the Shed of the Year competition where he's been entered for the eco shed category.
Tim Backshall went to see what it's like.
Five years ago Sally Roythorne and Rob Plevin were attacked by a guest at their house-warming party.
Following life-saving surgery they turned to meditation, and say they're happier now than they were before the attack.
Hannah McNulty went to meet them.
Sally and Rob say the unprovoked attack brought them to their senses... and they're happier now than they were before.Read the full story ›
Sally Roythorne and Rob Plevin were stabbed multiple times by a friend at their housewarming party. They say meditation has helped them.Read the full story ›
The A689 is closed due to snow between A69 and A686 at Brampton.
A top judge has slammed a Cumbrian businessman who still hasn't paid his fine for damaging ancient Cumbrian woodland.Read the full story ›
It's something that affects thousands of people every year and now patients in our region will be among the first in the country to benefit from a new treatment to reduce the risk of strokes.
It's a small device implanted into the heart to stop blood clots.
Stan Rogers from Brampton in Cumbria is one of the first people in the country to benefit from the treatment, which is an alternative to blood thinning drugs. Lucy Taylor reports.
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