A calf has been rescued from trees after falling down a slope next to its field in Thrimby, Penrith.
A calf has been rescued by Cumbria's fire brigade after falling down an embankment and getting caught in trees.
The calf was a Pedigree dairy shorthorn, called Sparkle. She recovering after her four hour ordeal.
Fire crews in Cumbria were called to free a cow that had got stuck in trees after falling from a cliff above.
The 300 kg animal was unharmed after her 4 hour ordeal in Thrimby near Penrith on Tuesday 28th August.
Local school children will be getting dug in as part of the completion of a mass tree planting scheme at Talkin Tarn Country Park.
Three fields that were formerly grazed on the south east side of the Tarn are now covered in 11,000 trees.
8,000 of these have just been planted and the other 3,000 were put in with the help of local clubs, schools and volunteers.The trees have linked together Roman Wood and Sluice Wood to make one large area of woodland which increases its benefit for wildlife, particularly birdlife.
Funding for this project has come from the Forestry Commission's English Woodland Grant Scheme and the trees last year were funded by North Pennines AONB Partnership's 'Living North Pennines' project.