More than 150 tractors took to the streets of Lauder and surrounding areas yesterday to fund research into Motor Neuron Disease (MND).Read the full story ›
More than 35,000 people watch the 30th Carlisle Fireshow, in the city's Bitts Park.Read the full story ›
Preparations are underway for Carlisle's Bitts Park Fireshow, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this weekend.Read the full story ›
Manager Keith Curle invited Junior Season Ticket holders and Junior Blue members to the event.Read the full story ›
More than 2,000 people went to this year's Kirkcudbright Food Festival, despite a change of venue because of the weather.
Winds of up to 70mph were expected in coastal parts of the south of Scotland, meaning the food festival had to move indoors at Kirkcudbright Academy.
The world famous magician and illusionist Dynamo is visiting Carlisle today to sign copies of his new book Dynamo: The Book of Secrets.
He's famous for his show "Dynamo: Mission Impossible" on the Watch Channel and more so for appearing to walk across river Thames in one of his incredible stunts.
The new release is set to be published on Thursday 2 November and is said to give away some of the secrets behind his most well known illusions.
Fans can meet Dynamo at WHSmith from 4pm today.
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival will see over 70 special guests from across the comic world.Read the full story ›
The Sands Centre Christmas pantomime returns to Carlisle this December to tell the famous fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty.
This year's show will star Carlisle's 1990s popstar Lee Brenan, as the prince, and former Eastenders actress Chery Fergison (Heather Trott) as the wicked fairy.
They will be joined by breakfast DJ, Robbie Dee, who plays the Dame, and Dean Winters, as the Jester.
This year's Taste Cumbria food festival in Cockermouth brought nearly £2 million into the local economy, according to the organisers.
More than 40,000 people descended on the town last weekend, pushing the revenue the event brings to the area up by around 15 percent on the previous year.
Stalls and cooking demonstrations took place on Main Street, with children’s activities as well as a pop-up restaurant at Wordsworth House, and a beer festival.
This is a phenomenal outcome for Taste Cumbria and I am delighted that the event has had its biggest impact on the local economy so far.
The TV personality and physicist is one of a number of speakers at the first ever Infinity Festival, in Egremont.Read the full story ›