Men pretending to be working for South Lakeland District Council have been targeting people in Kendal.
2 males in the town yesterday saying they were from SLDC asking for communal water charges..they are NOT and call us straight away on 101
Anyone with information should contact the police on 101.
The Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust holds its annual general meeting in Kendal on Thursday.
The Care Quality Commission placed the trust in "special measures" last year after concerns about its performance.
The AGM will take place at the Castle Green Hotel, at 2pm.
It's a chance for the public to hear about the past year, and question the trust's board members about the future.
Two reviews into the trust's performance have been published in the last year:
I am really looking forward to this Annual Members' Meeting as it will be the first since I joined the Trust as Chair.
Events like this are always one of the real highlights on the calendar for me as it gives us the perfect opportunity to talk directly to the public about what has been going on at the Trust, what achievements we've made, what challenges we've faced, and also what we are planning for the future.
It also enables the public to ask the Trust Board and the Council of Governors any questions they may have about their local hospitals.
I hope that as many people as possible will take the time to come along to the meeting and get involved."
A group of teenage carers, who dedicate their lives to looking after their relatives, have had their holiday ruined by thieves.
The trip to Manchester was arranged to give them a break, but their minibus was broken into, and photos and gifts with sentimental value taken.
Fiona Marley Paterson has this report:
A group of young carers, on a holiday in Manchester organised to give them a rest, have had their possessions stolen.
Kayla Laisby lost a photo of her and her dad, who has terminal cancer, when they were younger:
I want the people to be found so that they can understand how much us as carers have been through anyway. And now for them to do that to us, no regard for us whatsoever... and now everything's gone."
Ten young carers from south Cumbria were taken on a fun trip to Manchester. But their minibus was broken into, and sentimental photos stolenRead the full story ›
A holiday break for young carers from Cumbria who look after sick family members has been ruined after thieves broke into their minibus.
Personal belongings including gifts and cameras were stolen when the vehicle was parked up in Manchester.
Now South Lakeland Carers are appealing for donations to replace what was taken.
Dayle Wheeler and Kelly Wilson were sentenced to a total of more than eight years in prison, after police found heroin and crack cocaine.Read the full story ›
Throughout the day we'll be bringing you memories of the Queen from people in our region.
Jane Kelly and her daughter Grace went to see the Queen in Kendal in 2013.
A security guard lifted Grace over the barrier so that she could present her flowers to the queen in person.
My daughter Grace and I went to see the Queen in Kendal. We went early and bought a same bouquet of red, white and blue flowers.
We waited behind the barrier near the cenotaph.
After a while the Queen's bodyguard came over and asked if Grace would like to give her flowers personally to the Queen.
He lifted her right over the barrier and placed her in the line up. I was very proud of her because she was very shy and also looked after the little ones in the line up."
Officers will now start and finish their shifts at police stations in Kendal or Barrow, rather than smaller ones like Windermere.Read the full story ›
Cumbria Police want to speak to the man in the above CCTV image, after a hammer was brandished in a Kendal supermarket.
It happened at around 9:50pm on May 18, in the ASDA store on Burton Road.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Newsham on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.