Commercial passenger flights are returning to Carlisle Lake District Airport for the first time in more than 25 years.Read the full story ›
the lot includes the copy of The Tale Of Peter Rabbit, which tells the story of the rabbit's troubles in Mr McGregor's vegetable gardenRead the full story ›
Record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird K7 is set to return to its spiritual home in the Lake District next summer.Read the full story ›
Landowners in the Lake District are having to fell hundreds of trees in an effort to control the largest outbreak of disease in living memory.
Phytopthora Ramorum - commonly known as Sudden Oak Death - is carried by larch trees.
It thrives in wet and windy weather, so the race is on try to clear infected forests before it spreads further.
The poet who came to prominence after the Manchester Arena bombing has composed a poem to celebrate the beauty of the Lake District.Read the full story ›
Tony Walsh the poet who rose to prominence during the Manchester Arena bombing has composed a poem to celebrate the beauty of the Lake District.
His new verse on the Lakes has been comissioned to mark the national park becoming a world heritage site.
A 23-year-old man has been left with serious head and facial injuries after refusing to pay for a magic trick in Morecambe.Read the full story ›
Supporters describe the decision by UNESCO as "momentous"Read the full story ›
Former royal butler Paul Burrell has married his boyfriend in a ceremony in the Lake District.Read the full story ›
The hunt is on to find the best photo of the Lake District in the winter.
The Lake District Hotels Association, made up of 34 hotels and 20 attractions throughout Cumbria, has launched the competition as part a campaign to drive tourism to the region.
Entries can be sent to email@example.com
And you can find out more about the competition at http://www.reallakedistrict.co.uk/photo-competition.aspx
Watch Paul Crone's full report below where we'll give you a few pointers on taking the perfect pic!