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Cumbrian family welcomes its fifth generation

A family is celebrating the arrival of their fifth generation - for the second time in living memory. When little Harley Shields was born six weeks ago in Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary he became the apple of his family's eye. But the Carlisle youngster

today, 10:36 in Regional North West
 
Professor blasts proposals to overhaul north Cumbrian NHS

Professor blasts proposals to overhaul north Cumbrian NHS

A senior international professor who specialises in end of life care has condemned plans to strip beds from Alston hospital. Professor Sheila Payne, of Lancaster University, is director of the International Observatory on End of Life Care and a former pr

yesterday, 14:21 in Regional North West
 
Unique diamond pendant made in memory of Carlisle grandmother

Unique diamond pendant made in memory of Carlisle grandmother

Evelyn Jopson's memory will live on - in a one-off diamond pendant fashioned by her grandson. The unique piece named "Evelyn" was undertaken by Stephen Jopson of Jopsons Jewellers in Carlyle's Court, Carlisle in memory of his late...

yesterday, 08:07 in Regional North West
 

New £12m campus regenerating south east of Carlisle

AN award-winning £12m development is breathing new life in to the south eastern stretches of Carlisle. It is a year since Pennine Way Primary School moved into its plush purpose-built complex which forms a large part of the Harraby Community Campus. The

Friday, 18:24 in Regional North West
 
Church of Scotland moves out of historic Cumbrian home to join up with Methodists

Church of Scotland moves out of historic Cumbrian home to join up with Methodists

A church which has had its own Longtown base for almost two centuries is giving up its building. The Church of Scotland is preparing to hold its final Sunday service in its current home, where it has been based for decades. Instead, it is joining forces

Friday, 15:42 in Regional North West
 

Owner loses appeal to turn former Cumbrian pub into cafe and homes

A pub owner who wanted to change it to a cafe and homes has had his appeal refused. Austen Davies was refused permission by Carlisle City Council in February, when he asked to change the use of the Centurion Inn in Walton from a public house. His plans w

Friday, 12:09 in Regional North West
 

Carlisle's first 24-hour gym opens today

Carlisle’s first 24-hour gym opens for business this morning. Snap Fitness is in Englishgate Plaza, off Botchergate, in the former Big Al’s Sports Bar. This is an American franchise, which has more than 2,000 outlets in 18 countries. Manager Adam Bewley

Friday, 11:57 in Regional North West
 

A sea of 600 Santas is set to take over Carlisle

A sea of 600 Santas will sweep through Carlisle this weekend as two days of free festive fun takes over the city centre. Young members of the afterschool running club at Cummersdale School will be among those doing the 2K dash, one of two routes on Sunda

Friday, 11:02 in Regional North West
 

Carlisle community keeps up its festive musical tradition

Lords-a-leaping and laying geese added a touch of laughter to an annual park carol concert. The Friends of Chance’s Park and Morton Community Centre joined forces to host Friday night’s festive celebration in the hall. The concert has been running since

Friday, 10:19 in Regional North West
 

Residents plea to Cumbrian councils over dark danger road

Anxious residents fear it is just a matter of time before someone is knocked over on a country road, unless lighting is put up. People in Harriston, near Aspatria, are pleading with the authorities to install lighting on the road between the village and

Friday, 08:37 in Regional North West
 
Carlisle's first 24-hour gym opens today

Carlisle's first 24-hour gym opens today

Carlisle’s first 24-hour gym opens for business this morning. Snap Fitness is in Englishgate Plaza, off Botchergate, in the former Big Al’s Sports Bar. This is an American franchise, which has more than 2,000 outlets in 18 countries. Manager Adam Bewley

Friday, 08:00 in Regional North West
 

Carlisle nursery gets unexpected bonus from disaster of Storm Desmond

Out of the devastation of Storm Desmond developed a good news story - with a Carlisle nursery announcing its unexpected expansion. St Aidan's Day Nursery is heading home to its modular building in Victoria Place, which was swamped by floodwater a year ag

Friday, 08:00 in Regional North West
 
All hours gym opens in Cumbria

All hours gym opens in Cumbria

CARLISLE'S first 24 hour gym opens for business this morning. Snap Fitness is in Englishgate Plaza, off Botchergate, in the former Big Al’s Sports Bar. This is an American franchise, which has more than 2,000 outlets in 18 countries. Manager Adam Bewley

Friday, 00:28 in Regional North West
 
Senior police woman who was victim of breast flash now works for Cumbria police

Senior police woman who was victim of breast flash now works for Cumbria police

A police chief who bared her breast in a drunken tirade against a junior colleague will discover if she keeps her £109,000 a year job next week. Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe told Superintendent Sarah Jackson her "credibility was...

Thursday, 16:01 in Regional North West
 
Memorial fundraiser in aid of Eden Valley Hospice

Memorial fundraiser in aid of Eden Valley Hospice

The daughter of a local actress is raising money for the Eden Valley Hospice where her mum was cared for so well in her last days. Jo Kirk said the staff at the Carlisle care home were fantastic with her mum, local actress Liz Fitton, 65, of Dearham. Liz

Thursday, 16:01 in Regional North West
 
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