Today is a big anniversary for a little train line.
The Ravenglass and Eskdale railway in west Cumbria became a narrow gauge line a hundred years ago.
Since then it's become one of Cumbria's most popular tourist attractions and is lovingly known simply as "L'aal Ratty."
Cumbria police have issued an alcohol warning and are urging people to enjoy themselves responsibly over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
Extra officers will be out on patrol on Sunday night across the county's nightlife spots to clamp down on alcohol-related violence.
Police are urging members of the public to take due caution when out and about.
Another blustery day, with showers, some of these turning thundery.
It will become drier later, but staying windy along the coasts.
Maximum Temperature 19°C.
Recent times and plans have been revealed for a permanent memorial to honour those who lived and died working in the mining industry in West Cumbria.
There were hundreds of pits employing thousands of men and even children.
And serious accidents involving large losses of life were not uncommon.
Paul Crone has been to Workington to see how plans for the memorial are progressing.
Would you like to be a dog walker, cat cuddler or pony keeper?
Well they're just some of the roles an animal refuge centre in North Cumbria says it urgently needs people to help with.
The Wetheral Animal Refuge centre has over 130 unwanted pets to care for and needs to double its volunteer workforce.
Fiona Marley Paterson has more.
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Carlisle United will take on Liverpool in the third round of the Capital One Cup on Wednesday 23 September.
5,744 tickets have been allocated to Carlisle fans for the 8pm kick off.
Priority for tickets will be given to Season Ticket holders. Any that remain after this will be offered to membership holders and supporters who also purchased tickets for the Barnet and QPR fixtures. Tickets will then be placed on general sale.
Tickets will be on sale from Sunday 6 September from the East Side of Brunton Park at the Pioneer Foodservice Stand.
On Sunday 6 September the Main Ticket Office will not be open, nor will telephone sales be available.
For more ticket information for the Carlisle v Liverpool game please visit the Carlisle United Website.
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Michael Wolfe was knocked down by a tractor in Longtown, on 10 August. His family and friends led a funeral procession through the town.Read the full story ›