Monday, 31 August 2015

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Brothers conquer River Eden

Brothers swim River Eden photo

New business

A former bank has been given a new lease of life, reopening as a deli and butchery

Also in the news . . .

Bee eater chicks expected to draw big crowd to quarry nesting site

Bee eater photo Crowds of bird watchers are expected to flock to north Cumbria over the bank holiday weekend with the hope of being the first to see the chicks of exotic rare birds.

Solar farms

John Stanyer photo More solar parks could be on the horizon for north Cumbria as the roll-out of renewable energy shows no sign of slowing

Please help plea

Sammy Armstrong photo A young disabled woman is appealing for help to adapt her home so she can cling onto her independence

Mum's plea

Anne Glendinning photo A mum who lost her teenage daughter to meningitis wants to see Carlisle join efforts to boost organ donation numbers

Pub reopening

Bush Inn photo Drinks will soon be flowing again in a once popular village pub after new landlords came forward to take over its running

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Cumbrian coffee company grinds out £3,200 for air ambulance appeal

Carvetii photo The generosity of coffee lovers has brought The Cumberland News a step closer to buying lifesaving equipment for the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).
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Carlisle United latest

Hartlepool United 2 Carlisle United 3

Jabo Ibehre photo Jabo Ibehre scored twice as Carlisle United came from behind to clinch a dramatic first league win of the season at Hartlepool.

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