Veterans of all ages from across Cumbria have been coming together for a monthly lunch club in Carlisle.Read the full story ›
Derek, 95, did not apply for the honours when he returned home from Europe as he thought they would only bring back bad memoriesRead the full story ›
Alan was a motorcycle dispatch rider and played an essential role in passing messages before the war of El Alamein in Egypt.Read the full story ›
Evelyn joined the Women's Auxiliary Air Force during the Second World War and witnessed the ships leaving for Normandy on 6 June 1944.Read the full story ›
Bobby witnessed the largest seaborne invasion in history.Read the full story ›
Jim Stirling, was telegraphist decoding messages from a motor minesweeper during the war.Read the full story ›
George rose to the rank of flight sergeant and became second in command of his air sea rescue boat, saving multiple lives during his time.Read the full story ›
Sydney 'Jimmie' James was part of a squadron which 'spotted' German gun positions so they could be shelled by Allied warships.Read the full story ›
The bootprints represent the troops that landed on the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago.Read the full story ›
Almost 600 people took part in the Walking With The Wounded's annual fundraiser in the Lake District.
The 'Cumbrian Challenge' raises money for the injured war veterans charity, which aims to help ex-service men and women get back into work.
Lori Carnochan was in Grasmere for the start: