A baby Alpaca has been born at a pub near Kendal. Flora is the latest in a herd of 12 alpacas.
Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale have made it into the list of the top 101 places to live in the UK. Skipton beat them both.
Some interesting facts on the Cumbrian joiners who are downing their tools after more than 50 years in the business.
A herd of alpacas have shown they can adapt from living on the South American levels, to living at a south Lakeland pub.
Fiona Marley Paterson went to meet the newest regular at the Station Inn in Oxenholme.
A proposal to build the tallest wind turbines in Cumbria will go to a public inquiry.
They would be 132 metres high, the height of the viewing platform at the top of Blackpool Tower.
The turbines would stand near Killington Lake, between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.
Tim Backshall reports:
A baby Alpaca has been born at a pub near Kendal.
Flora is the latest in a herd of 12 alpacas. The animals are originally from South America but are quite happy in South Lakeland.
Bereaved families in Cumbria have planted snowdrops at Sizergh Castle near Kendal in memory of loved ones.
It's the first of Child Bereavement UK's snowdrop walks in the North West, designed to give families a place they can come back to.
A baby alpaca has been born at the Station Inn in Oxenholme near Kendal.
The pub keeps 12 alpacas and has a share in three stud males. They have been breeding them for six years.
The new girl does not have a name yet. She may be called Flo, Florence or Flora.
Kendal has been pipped to the best place to live in the North West by Skipton. Kirkby Lonsdale came third in the Sunday Times' 101 Best Places to Live. Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
A list of the 101 Best Places to live has placed Kendal second to Skipton in the North West but Kendalians don't agree.
Kendal was praised for its proximity to two national parks, shopping and community spirit. Kirkby Lonsdale came third in the North West.
Kendalians are happy their town made it to the Sunday Times' top 101 places to live.
It came second in the North West after Skipton, beating Kirkby Lonsdale, which came third.
Monica Metsers came back to Kendal to bring up her children.