Mike Lee runs a bike shop in Carlisle's Botchergate area. Although Botchergate has a mixed reputation, Mike is a huge fan of the area.
Thousands of fans turned out at Carlisle Racecourse to see superstar Jessie J perform a string of hits in the sunshine.
An auction of items belonging to TV cook Clarissa Dickson Wright has raised around £40,000 to pay off £17,000 worth of funeral expenses.
Carlisle United's manager says it'll be hard for his team to beat division 1 side Derby in their Capital One Cup game this evening.
But Graham Kavanagh says his side won't just sit back and defend when the visitors come to Brunton Park.
The match is live on Sky Sports. The kick off is at 7.45.
Hundreds of Carlisle United supporters wore free t-shirts at the first home match of the season. The club issued more than 3,500 blue t-shirts to fans after it announced that the new home kit wouldn't be available in time for the start of the season.
Production problems with the club's new supplier - Sondico Professional Ltd - meant that the new season's kit isn't available till the end of this week. Many of the fans wore the free blue T-shirts during the game against Luton at Brunton Park yesterday.
The new kit's design is based on the 1974/75 season when Carlisle played in the old division one.
The last cold war RAF Vulcan bomber in the world that's still flying is due to be the star of the show at Stobart Fest today.
The plane is expected to fly for a 10 minute display at 2.45pm at Carlisle Airport.
Last year's first-time appearance of Stobart Fest attracted around 16,000 people.
The festival is also a chance for fans of Eddie Stobart lorries to meet some of their favourite drivers. Several became household names after appearing on a behind-the-scenes show on Channel 5.
A Cumbrian cycle group - that helps disabled people to enjoy biking - has been celebrating the opening of its new track.
The Watchtree Wheelers have raised £132,000 to re-surface part of an old runway at a former military airbase at Great Orton near Carlisle.
Matthew Taylor reports:
A cycling club with a focus on riders with disabilities, is celebrating its fifth birthday by officially opening a new track.
Watchtree Wheelers was set up in 2009 and now has 3,000 members.
To continue to support its expansion, a purpose built training area, set in the Watchtree Nature Reserve near Wiggonby, Carlisle, has been built.
A Cumbrian cycle group that's trying to get people of all ages and disabilities into the sport celebrated the opening of its new track today, Wednesday 6 August.
The Watch Tree Wheelers have raised £132,000 to pay for the facility at Watchtree Nature Reserve near Carlisle.
The group's aim is to get as many people with disabilities cycling and today's event includes a mass ride out by up to 200 cyclists.
The facilities are being officially opened by Paralympic silver medalist Karen Darke, who's paralysed from the waist down after a climbing accident.
The Watchtree Wheelers have 3,000 cyclists a year who come to cycle with the club and use it's facilities.
It's bikes are specially adapted for people with disabilities, one of the only clubs in Cumbria to do so.
Three days before the start of the Football League season and Carlisle United are hoping to bring back the crowds to Brunton Park.
The Blues play Luton Town on Saturday before taking on Championship side Derby County on Monday, 11 August.
A Carlisle charity that aims to help more people with disabilities get into cycling is unveiling their new facilities later today.
Donations to the Watchtree Wheelers, totalling over £100,000, have meant renovations could take place.
They're holding a 'mass ride out' to celebrate
Ladies Night is always popular with racegoers, and Carlisle boasts one of the most exclusive ladies racing fixtures in the world.
All jockeys taking part must be female.
Last night's event pulled in thousands of spectators who were there for the racing - and for the entertainment too, as Jenny Longden reports.
Police searching for missing eight-year-old Alfie Tait have confirmed that he has been found safe and well.