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Volunteers have lit up three Lake Distict peaks to raise mone for people recovering from the earthquake in Nepal.
Around 650 people made their way to Braithwaite for the Lakeland Festival of Light.
The festival which featured lighting Barrow, Stile End and Outerside was organised by Matt Le Voi of Lakeland Mountain Guides.
‘It was a cool and breezy night, and we were being extra demanding this year by requiring the people on the mountains to stay as still as they could.
"By the time the pictures were being taken people had already been up on the mountains for a fair while, so they did well to stick it out and bear with us. Their perseverance has to be commended."
This year the event team created the effect of Nepalese Prayer flags lining the fells, by spreading out pieces of coloured acetate.
Event photographers Carmen Norman, Tom Mcnally and Nick Landells captured the procession.
A pair of ospreys nesting in Cumbria have produced three eggs.Read the full story ›
A sponsored walk across Morecambe Bay will be taking place next month.
The Morecambe Bay Walk will be lead by Cedric Robinson MBE, the Queen’s Official Guide to the Sands.
Charity, Friends of the Lake District, say it will take eight miles long and will take up to four hours to complete.
This year, they are hoping to raise £10,000, beating last year's funds of £8,000.
It will be held on Sunday 21st of May at 1.45pm, starting from Arnside Promenade and ending at Kent's Bank near Grange-over-Sands.
People are required to make a booking ahead of time.
The views across the Buttermere valley, in the Lake District, has been voted one of the UK's best sights.Read the full story ›
Paul Burrell - described by the princess as her "rock" - tied the knot with his boyfriend at a hotel near Windermere.Read the full story ›
The unique voice of actor Brian Blessed is being used to teach people about an area of ancient woodland in the Lake District.Read the full story ›
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