A man has been charged in connection with the death of Gordon James Smith.
Mark Russell, aged 26, of Holly Terrace, Windermere, has been charged with murder and has been remanded in police custody. He is due to appear at Furness & District Magistrates Court on Monday 6th July.
Two females, aged 48 and 15, both from Kent have been bailed until 10th July and a 31 year old man from Millom has been bailed until 17th July.
Gordon James Smith was found dead outside the Brookside hotel in Lake Road, Windermere, at 2.04am on Wednesday.
I would like to reassure the people of Windermere and the wider community that enquiries are continuing.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the community for their assistance. Anyone with any further information which could assist the investigation is asked to contact police on 101
The 17th century coaching Inn is owned by Robinson Brewers. The Managing Director of the Pubs Division, William Robinson, spoke to ITV Border reporter Hannah McNulty. He says the company needs to assess the damage and hopes to reopen as soon as possible:
Around fifty staff and customers escaped unhurt from a hotel in the Lake District after a major fire started at the back of the building.
Parts of the The Queen's Head Hotel at Troutbeck have been completely destroyed after it was engulfed by flames last night.
People who were due to stay at the venue have been found alternative accommodation.
Police in Cumbria have found the body of a man in Lake Windermere.
The discovery was made at around 10:19am this morning. Formal identification is yet to take place.
Tourists have a new attraction in Windermere. It's a floating jetty that's been towed up the length of the lake to its new home at Bark Barn on the eastern shore. It's been paid for by the Go Lakes Tourism board in the hope it'll bring more tourists to the quieter side of the lake.
People are being given the chance to recreate one of history's most famous flights.
A group of enthusiasts are building a replica of the Waterbird, Britain's first successful seaplane.
But they've run out of money and want people to buy shares in the seaplane to try to get it off the ground.
A chance to recreate history's on offer in the Lake District.
A group of aviation enthusiasts want to create a replica of a famous plane.
The Waterbird was Britain's first successful seaplane, but the group need investors to make it a reality.
Hannah McNulty reports.
You may remember the row last year over proposals to cull two hundred Canada Geese on Windermere.
It was postponed and now the two sides are working together on a plan to manage the problem.
The RSPCA who were opposed to killing the birds and Rangers from the national park have joined forces.
This week, hundreds of the geese were ringed in an attempt to track their movements.
Samantha Parker reports.
A mother and her 10-year-old daughter died after being poisoned by carbon monoxide fumes as they slept on a moored boat on Lake Windermere, according to the initial findings of a marine accident investigation.
Exhaust fumes from a generator, whose improvised exhaust and silencer system had become detached, had spread into the cabin where Kelly Webster, 36, and daughter Lauren Thornton were asleep.
A full MAIB report into the incident will follow later.
A grieving family have paid tribute to a mother and her daughter who died on holiday in the Lake District. Kelly Webster and Lauren Thornton were taken to hospital from a boat on Windermere with serious breathing difficulties. Amy Welch has more details.