A crash involving several cars where one of them went on fire closed the M6 this afternoon (Saturday).
It happened near J37 for Kendal and Sedbergh on the southbound carriageway.
Traffic heading towards Lancaster is moving very slowly, though police are reopening the road.
Kendal Mountain Rescuers were called out to a location near Cautley Spout near Sedbergh yesterday afternoon (Saturday).
The casualty was a lady with an ankle injury and she had managed to get part way down by sliding down on a plastic sheet.
They were assisted by their friends in the Kirkby Stephen team.
The new facilities in Sedbergh will allow the Community Policing Team to have a base in the heart of the community.
Tony Reed Screen is Chairman of Trustees of Charitable Incorporated Organisation, the organisation that helped locals keep the building within the community.
He is pleased that Sedbergh has a new police post.
Richard Rhodes, Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner, opened the new facility today.
A new Police base is opening in Sedbergh, South Cumbria.
The base, at 72 Main Street, will be opened today by Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes.
Local people campaigned to keep the building in the community after it was originally being sold by the Yorkshire Dales National Park on the open market.
The new base will be used for advice, assistance and resources.
The A684 between Sedbergh and Hawes is likely to be closed for four hours after a crash in the Sedgewick Walk area.
It's two miles outside Sedbergh.
Motorists are advised to seek an alternative route.
A mother of three died after her quad bike was involved in a crash with a Land Rover in Sedbergh last week.
Janet Gorst, 43, was described by her family as: “A farmer and proud stockman. Janet was a Christian whose motto in life was live life passionately, laugh until your belly hurts and love unconditionally.”
Mrs Gorst leaves behind her husband Dick and children Lydia, Joe and Sam.
The circumstances of the crash are still being investigated by Cumbria Police.
The art exhibition that you're actually encouraged to touch and, what's more, it's very soft.
Fairfield Mill in Sedburgh is showing a Dutch exhibition where all the exhibits are made of felt, and it's proving to be very popular.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
Farfield Mill is the leading place for textiles in the North West. A restored Victorian woollen Mill, now an art gallery.
It's currently playing host to an exclusive Dutch exhibition.
The show, which has already been seen by over 2,000 people, was brought to the region by felt artist Chrissie Day.