Cumbria received nearly £11m after holding two stages of the Tour of Britain cycle race in September.
This is a huge increase on the £5m economic benefit to the county when it hosted the Tour of Britain in 2016.
Accommodation providers, retailers and transport operators were among those who benefitted.
Cumbria was the first county in the tour’s history to host two full stages of the race in September.
Stage 5 featured a Team Time Trial from Cockermouth to Whinlatter and Stage 6 saw riders race along a 105-mile route from Barrow to Whinlatter, sponsored by BAE Systems.
The two stages attracting a combined total of 240,000 spectators, and 1.5 million viewers watched television coverage on ITV4.
The Tour of Britain has once again delivered many benefits to Cumbria – boosting the local economy to the tune of more than £11m, giving people two truly memorable days and encouraging more cycling in the county."
Two men have been charged with Conspiracy to supply class A drugs following an operation carried out by the North Cumbria Drugs Squad.
Connor White, of Eldon Drive, Carlisle, and Thomas Wright, of Harefield Road, Liverpool are due to appear in Carlisle Crown Court on 12 November.
The charges follow an operation carried out at Carlisle Railway Station on Thursday 18th October 2018. A quantity of money and drugs were seized. Another Man from Merseyside was also arrested but has been released under investigation.
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