Kendal's been named as one of the best places to live in the UK according to a national Sunday newspaper.
Full military funeral for a soldier who colleagues described as 'a true hero'.
The funeral of Kendal soldier Kingsman Ryan Ward is due to take place with full military honours.
Three of the four children injured when inflatables blew over in high winds during a scouting event near Kendal have now been released from hospital.
The incident happened at the Westmorland County Showground at around 3pm. Two and a half thousand scouts, cubs and beavers were at the event attended by TV adventurer Bear Grylls.
A nine-year-old boy from Carlisle is still believed to be under observation in the Royal Preston Hospital.
The centre has been made possible because of a £56,000 grant from Cumbria Partnership NHS.
It brings together a range of charities under one roof where people can get advice.
The big difference between this and other services is that people can actually speak face to face with an expert.
Age UK are represented along with organisations who can assist people dealing with problems such as Alzheimers Disease and Macular degeneration.
A man has died and two other people were injured after a car crashed into a wall in Kendal. The 28-year-old driver has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving but is still in hospital. The car came off the road at about 10:45pm last night, on Aynam Road.
Cumbria Police issued a new appeal for witnesses after a woman was hit by a car in Kendal.
The pedestrian was hit by a car pulling out of Kent Street, onto New Road, on 15th March. She suffered damage to her wrist and ankle. The driver did stop briefly to check how she was, but then pulled away.
A charity that helps vulnerable people in the South Lakes could shortly be moving into a new home courtesy of their local church.
Manna House in Kendal works with the homeless and those with social or mental health problems and has been looking for new premises of their own for some time, and it seems a solution has now been found.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Kendal Parish Church is gifting Nether Hall to Manna House, through its charitable Kirkland Trust
Planning applications are now being submitted enabling a change of use.
Manna House is a registered charity providing advice, advocacy, training and a drop-in support centre for the residents of South Lakeland including those who are vulnerably housed, homeless, lonely or generally needing help.
Police say a 52 year old woman will appear in court at Kendal tomorrow charged with 'arson with intent to endanger life'.
Sheila Greaves, of Marvic Court, was arrested after allegedly setting her own flat alight in the centre of the town.
She's being kept in police custody until her court appearance.
Kendal's famous Quaker Tapestry is having to move out of its home while major repairs are carried out to the building that houses it.
Likened to the Bayeux Tapestry in France, it celebrates people and events across several centuries.
However, as Tim Backshall reports last year's wet weather proved to be too much for the building.
You can watch his full report below.
A selection of some of the 77 colourful tapestry panels, which celebrate life, people and events across the centuries.
The Quaker Tapestry panels were made by 4,000 people from 15 countries.
The award winning exhibition at the Quaker Meeting House in Kendal is open from April to December each year. For more information on the tapestry click here.