With school holidays just around the corner, families will soon get the chance to see world-famous landmarks in miniature form at Rheged.
Over 70 buildings made out of lego will go on display today, built by the artist Warren Elsmore.
Alba Proteins has said it will cover its trailer park in an attempt to keep the smell contained as part of the 'Penrith Pong' settlement.
It's also said it will improve communication with those living nearby, in part by allowing two members of the community on to its liaison committee.
As a confidential agreement is reached in the case, we asked neighbours if they thought it would mean the end of the smell?
A long-running legal battle over the so-called "Penrith pong" has finally been settled in court.
Alba Proteins Limited, who run an animal rendering plant, at Wildriggs on the outskirts of Penrith, agreed a settlement with lawyers who represented 88 families from the area.
The agreement was kept very secretive but some of the points were made available.
For instance, the agreement will see a so-called independent odour consultant appointed who'll make unannounced visits over the next three years. But much of the settlement remains confidential.
What we do know is the 88 families are happy with the decision. The lawyer representing them read this joint statement outside court.
£800 of alcohol has been stolen from a Morrisons store in Penrith.
Police would like to speak to two men (pictured) in connection with the incident which happened in the Brunswick Road shop between 6:30pm and 7pm on Friday, 6 June.
PC Christopher Warman said: “If anyone has any information or recognises the individual from the CCTV footage we ask that they get in touch with us. Theft will not be tolerated by Cumbria Police and we ask that members of the public help us in our investigation.”
Anyone with any information is asked to call Cumbria Police on 101 and ask for PC 2080 Warman, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
A long-running legal battle over the so-called "Penrith pong" has been finally settled in court.
Alba Proteins Limited, who run an animal rendering plant, at their Wildriggs plant on the outskirts of Penrith, agreed a settlement with lawyers who represented 88 families from the area.
The agreement will see a so-called independent odour consultant appointed who'll make unannounced visits over the next three years. Two of the claimants will also join the existing liaison committee.
Carlisle United make the short trip to Penrith this evening to get their official pre-season underway.
The Blues beat Southampton 5-1 in a behind closed doors game last week, but this will be the first chance for fans to see some of the Blue's new players in action.
The owner of a dog that was stabbed by a burglar near Penrith is offering a £3,000 reward to try to catch the person responsible.
13-year-old Sky was severely injured during an attempted break in at Larch Cottage Nurseries at Melkinthorpe. Her owner says the attack is hard to believe.
Tim Backshal has been to meet them.
A dog who was stabbed during a robbery is 'lucky to be alive' according to her vet.
13-year-old Sky was attacked at the garden centre where she lives with her owner, Peter Scott.
But her vet says things could have been very different:
"It appears to have been something that has been relatively blunt that's been stabbed in at the chest. I'm guessing she's been jumping up at somebody and they've stabbed in. We think probably a jemmy bar or a crow bar, we can't say for certain. It's not a knife would, it's something sharp enough but still fairly blunt.
"Fortunately there's a breast bone in front. If it had been either side, if she hadn't come up mid-line, it might have gone through into the chest cavity and that would have been it. She wouldn't have made it basically."
The owner of a dog that was stabbed by an intruder near Penrith is offering a £3,000 reward for any information that leads to the conviction of the person responsible.
13-year-old Sky was injured during a break in at Larch Cottage Nurseries at Melkinthorpe.
She's now out of danger after two operations but it still having to make regular visits to the vet.
Her owner, Peter Stott, says he's shocked by what happened.
A professional athlete has been able to personally thank the paramedic who treated him after a cycling accident that broke his neck.
Three months after the crash that nearly killed him, Alistair Robinson met Andy Dalton from the Great North Air Ambulance. Matthew Taylor was there too, and has this report: