Fans have been full of praise for rock legend Rod Stewart after his performance at Brunton Park in Carlisle on Tuesday evening.
Thousands of people turned out to watch him perform his classic hits like "Maggie May" and "Do you think i'm sexy?".
Rock Legend Rod Stewart will play to thousands of fans at Carlisle United's Brunton Park this afternoon.
It's the final date of the singer's latest tour and local businesses are hoping the gig will provide a huge financial boost to the local economy.
His career has spanned more than five decades and includes hits like 'Baby Jane', 'Do you think i'm sexy?' and 'Hot legs'.
Rod Stewart has promised ten thousand pounds towards Cumbria's flood relief efforts.
The singer, who will play at Carlisle United's Brunton Park ground in June, contacted the club to make the offer.
Brunton Park was left underwater after Storm Desmond in December. The playing surface has been replaced at a cost of around £150,000.
It is hoped more details of how the donation will be spent will be released next week.
Plans to develop Carlisle United's stadium have stalled, the club has revealed in a statement released today.
The update on the Blue Yonder project comes from Finance Director Suzanne Kidd.
The club has been working with a developer to put together a self-financing plan for a new stadium within the city, as part of a major retail-led development project.
But that developer has now requested an extension of six to twelve months, to give it more time to progress with the plan.
The club's Finance Director says since the feasibility study in 2011, there has not been any cost to the club, and any costs incurred by this extension will be picked up by the developer.
She says they're encouraged by the fact the developer has asked for an extension, rather than shelving the project entirely.
This is her full statement:
Today was meant to be deadline day for three of Carlisle United's young players to agree new deals with the club.
But an extension has been agreed as negotiations continue.
Brad Potts has turned down United's initial offer and the club have refused a bid for Kyle Dempsey. But manager Keith Curle says both players and striker Mark Beck could still benefit by extending their stays at Brunton Park rather than leaving for short term salary boosts.
Pupils are being taught about racism as part of the campaign 'Show Racism the Red Card''.
Former professional footballer Gary Bennett held a series of workshops at Brunton Park.
Listen to what the children learnt below:
Carlisle United have officially unveiled their new manager this morning.
Former Manchester City midfielder Keith Curle is the new boss at Brunton Park. Curle, who's previously managed Chester City, Torquay and Notts County admits this is his biggest challenge in management so far, but believes he can turn things around.
Carlisle United face a crucial match in League One tonight as they face Bradford City at Brunton Park.
After Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Gillingham the Blues dropped to one place above the relegation zone. Manager Graham Kavanagh knows his side must rediscover their form soon.
The game was only a minute old when Matty Robson latched on to a cross from JP McGovern to give Carlisle the lead over a Coventry side looking to extend a record of six away wins in a row.
Ninety five minutes of football later it was still the only thing separating the sides.
t was a huge improvement on the Blues last outing when they were beaten 4-0 by Swindon.
Liam Noble and Lee Miller both spurned chances to extend United's lead, while two shocking misses by Coventry's Leon Clarke will have been a bitter pill for away fans to swallow.
Carlisle are now 17th in League One, nineteen points above the relegation zone.