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The celebrations for the Queen's 90th birthday are continuing in Carlisle.
Hundreds of people are at one party on Lismore Street.
Hundreds of people are taking part in a street party in Carlisle as part of the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations.
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On September 9, Her Majesty the Queen will have reigned for 63 years and 217 days making her the longest serving Monarch in British History.
To mark this occasion we'd like to celebrate the reign of Queen Elizabeth II by sharing your memories of her.
If you have footage you filmed of the Queen during one of her many visits to our region over the last six decades, then we'd like you to get in touch.
Perhaps you have photos or video of the day the Queen came to your school, town or workplace?
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A new exhibition of dresses by Her Majesty the Queen's designers Hartnell and Amies has come to Carlisle, showcasing fashion pieces from the 1920s to the 1990s.
It is the first time the collection has been seen outside London.
It includes dresses worn by Barbara Cartland and Queen Mary.
A racing pigeon owned by the Queen has been sold at a charity auction in Cumbria.
The bird, named 'a diamond opportunity', sold for 190 pounds. All proceeds from the auction in Flimby are going towards a memorial for animals serving at war.
The Queen has been talking about the Royal baby, which is expected any time now, during her visit to the South Lakes.
As the world waits to find out when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby will arrive - the Queen was asked if she would like it to be a boy or a girl.
The Queen has said she does not mind whether William and Kate have a boy or a girl.
She was asked which she would prefer while on a walk about in Cumbria on Tuesday.
Her Majesty said she did not mind about the sex of the royal baby but wanted it arrive soon as she is planning to go on holiday.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Kendal to see the Queen on her visit to the town with the Princess Royal.
They walked around the historic Market Place and met civic officials, cadets, members of the Duke of Lancaster's regiment and the Royal British Legion, before touring a Made in Cumbria stall, where she was presented with local foodstuffs including Kendal Mint Cake.
Among the crowds were visitors from China, Italy and the United States.
The Queen has now left Kendal and is touring the James Cropper paper mill at Burneside.
Later she will take a boat ride on Windermere.