Olympic Rower Matt Wells has been visiting school children in Carlisle. He took and assembly and joined in as they tried new sports.
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Robert Heaton, 41, was last seen on Friday. Today, November 19, divers from Cheshire joined the search
Mildred Tomlinson says that the service she receives from her home carer is invaluable in helping her to stay independent:
Karen Rangecroft is a home carer in Cumbria and she explains what her work involves and why she enjoys her job so much:
From 13-19 of May, Care Sector Alliance Cumbria is hoping to encourage new people to consider a career in home care.
The county's ageing population and a demand for greater independence means more older people want to have their care needs met in their own home.
An information tent will be set up in the city centre where people can find out more about the service, meet practicing care workers and access a list of current vacancies within the caring profession. Applications for jobs can also be made on the day.
New concerns have been raised about the quality of patient care at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
A report has found the hospital failed to reach key national standards. It follows an unannounced inspection of wards in March.
The study comes in the same week that investigations begin into higher than expected death rates at the hospital. Helen Ford was there for ITV Border this evening.
Councillor Elsie Martlew is the Carlsile City Council Environment and Transport Portfolio Holder, and she is impressed with the amount of volunteers who have come forward to help transform the subways:
Serene McGeoghegan and Margaret Colquhoun have been helping to paint the subways to give them a new lease of life and give something back to the city:
Volunteers in Carlisle have been helping to spruce up two of the subways in the city.
Hardwick Circus subways lead to Bitts Park and the Sands Centre and they are being given a makeover as part of a campaign to revitalise the dark passes.
People in Carlisle are being urged to roll up their sleeves and grab a paintbrush to help spruce up two subways in the city.
The Hardwick Circus's subways leading to Bitts Park and the Sands Centre are being given a makeover as part of campaign to revitalise and transform the dark underpasses.
Carlisle City Council, Cumbria County Council and Groundwork North East are working together to create a brighter entrance to the park and the Sands Centre.
– Councillor Joe Hendry, Leader, Carlisle City Council
"We're delighted that local artists came forward with designs that celebrate Carlisle's heritage and landscapes.
"They showcase our civic history, our beautiful landmarks and green spaces.
"What we now need is local support in bringing these fantastic designs to life and make this exciting project happen.
"We have numerous painting days lined up so please do come along and lend your support this May."
Painting will take place between 11am and 3.30pm on various dates throughout May.
For more information on dates and how you can sign up as a volunteer call Carlisle City Council on 01228 817158 or email them here.
Several thousand people came to watch the first stage of the British rally in Carlisle and around Kielder Forest this weekend.
It was won by Jukka Korhonen and Marko Salminen who finished the final stage of the Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally 42.5 seconds clear of the chasing pack.
The 29 year old is the first Finn to win a round of the MSA British Rally Championship since Jari-Matti Latvala ten years ago.
The next stage starts at Duns in the Scottish Borders on May 31st.
The British Rally Championship heads to the Scottish Borders and into the forests around Newcastleton today.
The second day of the Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally rally kicks off at 10:04am.