The largest wooden playground in the country is opening at Lowther Castle in Penrith today.
Here's a sneak preview of The Lost Castle:
The largest wooden playground in the UK will open at Lowther Castle in Penrith on 2nd August.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information about a missing 25-year-old man from the Appleby area.
Dean Fargher was last seen at Penrith Train Station and may have boarded a train to Liverpool on 21 July at approximately 8:48am.
He's described as white, 5ft 10, of medium build, with short curly brown hair and was last seen wearing a black shirt, grey shorts and grey Adidas trainers. Police are concerned for his welfare and appeal to anyone who has seen him to call them on 101.
Hundreds of properties in Cumbria are without power, as heavy rain and thunder storms sweep through the region.
In Penrith, 987 homes have lost power, with properties also affected in Little Salkeld.
The affected roads are listed as Brecken Ridge, South Esk and Meadow Court.
Parking charges will to be introduced at Drovers Lane Car Park in Penrith.
Eden District Council has set out a number of changes to off-street parking with the intention to introduce parking charges at Drovers Lane Car Park, at the rear of the Town Hall in Penrith.
The charges are likely to be introduced at Drovers Lane Car Park in mid-July, costing £1.00 for 1 hour, £1.90 for 2 hours and £3.30 for 4 hours.
2,500 children have turned out for a FA event at Penrith Football Club today.
Trevor Sinclair was on hand to answer questions about his career.
Penrith's former Co-op building could be converted into a council headquarters.
Eden District Council is considering moving staff out of Mansion House and the Town Hall and relocating them under one roof.
Local people are being asked for their views on whether the council should make an offer to buy the former Co-op site on Burrowgate.
A woman from Penrith whose son took his own life has helped to set up a new awareness group in the Eden district.Read the full story ›
A £30,000 painting by the 19th century artist, Jacob Thompson, has gone on display for the first time in his native Cumbria.
'The Druids Cutting Mistletoe' was bought by Penrith Museum. It features a stone circle known as 'Long Meg and Her Daughters', which is situated outside the town.
In September 2013, we had an email from Amsterdam in which a private vendor was offering it for sale.
It's been a long process of valuation and ultimately of getting the picture restored but it's wonderful to have this icon of Cumbrian culture back in the area."
Staff at a school in Penrith are searching for past pupils, in time for their 30th anniversary celebrations.Read the full story ›