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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

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Restoring monuments that honour lives of servicemen and women

David Kay photo The man charged with ensuring memorials are at their best to mark World War One’s centenary says he’s been struck by the sacrifice soldiers made.

Last updated 22 July 2014
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Carlisle council steps in to safeguard war memorial's future

Paul Atkinson photo A war memorial at a church is to be saved, despite the building being sold.

Last updated 22 July 2014
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Appeal to find descendants of people on church's memorial board

Church memorial board photo Families of more than 20 men who fell in World War One are being sought for a special commemoration event.

Last updated 22 July 2014
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Teenagers mark centenary during France trip

Carlisle teenagers photo Two teenagers helped families mark the centenary commemorations of World War One during a visit to northern France.

Last updated 21 July 2014
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New book remembers Carlisle school's fallen soldiers

Linda Hodgson photo Fallen soldiers whose names adorn a memorial on the wall of a school hall are being remembered in a new book.

Last updated 21 July 2014
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Writing wrongs. How David has made his mark with crime novels

David Mark photo One crime in particular sticks in David Mark’s mind. The casual cruelty has kept it lodged there for the past five years.

Last updated 25 April 2014
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Cumbrian mountaineer’s charity plays host to Himalayan pals

mwdougs A mountaineer who has conquered peaks across the Himalayas is paying back the people who have helped him achieve his ambitions.

Last updated 28 June 2013
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Wow factor of new Lake District dinosaur attraction

dino3 Colin Taylor is living in the past. Things that happened years ago are still whirring through his mind. Come on, Colin. It was a long time ago – 150 million years, in fact.

Last updated 24 May 2013
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Community stalwarts honoured at Carlisle Civic Dinner

Carlisle Community awards photo 5 The unsung heroes of Carlisle, around whom communities thrive, have been given the recognition they so richly deserve.

Last updated 5 April 2013
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Doug Scott: A man who needs to keep connecting with the outdoors

Doug Scott photo It seems the last thing Doug Scott wants to do is talk. He’s in the garden. Then he’s in the kitchen. Then the office. Then the garden again. I’m chasing him around as if we’re in a Benny Hill sketch. This is what he’s like, I’m told. Busy. Hard to pin down.

Last updated 29 June 2012
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Young Cumbrian powerlifter eyeing world championships glory

Richard Goddard photo The life of a record-breaking powerlifter is not all glamour. The bulk that’s so effective at lifting heavy metal causes complications in the outside world.

Last updated 4 May 2012
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Retirement hasn't put brakes on Cumbria's mister perpetual motion

Geoff Brazendale photo Forget turbines, nuclear, fracking and wavepower, you could solve any energy crisis by using Geoff Brazendale. Strap him into a harness, wire him up, fit him to some pedals, anything that could capture his output.

Last updated 27 April 2012
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Helga Frankland: The ultimate Cumbrian land girl

Helga Frankland photo South of the village of Ravenstonedale roads soon turn into dirt tracks. Horses and sheep wander across them and an expanse of green scored with drystone walls forms the view as far as the eye can see.

Last updated 13 April 2012
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The Cumbrian priest with a chapel in his attic

John Musther photo It is a treasure tucked inside a tiny two up two down terrace sandwiched into a blink-and-you-miss-it side street. It is a work of art, an amazing display of dedication, almost a minor miracle.

Last updated 5 April 2012
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From father to son...Cumbrian bowls club manager hands over reins

Bowls pair photo Bowls is a sedate sport. Slow and steady. Perhaps the occasional trot of white shoe down manicured green. But nothing to raise the blood pressure too much.

Last updated 30 March 2012
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I get death threats... my job can be scary

Caroline Thomson photo Caroline Thomson is number two at the BBC and has been tipped for the top job. She tries to relax at home in north Cumbria but confesses to being a 'news junkie.'

Last updated 16 March 2012
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‘Gymnastics is a powerful tool to motivate children’

Howard Todd photo Howard Todd picks up a pile of cuttings and places them on his knee. They cover just a fraction of the achievements he amounted during a teaching career that spanned more than 40 years, focusing on his passion for teaching gymnastics and helping school children win countless competitions and medals.

Last updated 24 February 2012
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Oscar nominated John Hurt set for starring role at Keswick Film Festival

John Hurt photo The Naked Civil Servant. I, Claudius. The Elephant Man. Midnight Express. Alien. These are the films and TV programmes John Hurt thinks will be nearest the top of the page when his obituary is written.

Last updated 17 February 2012
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Cumbrian man's love of words pays off

Terry Jones photo For 22 years Terry Jones taught English Language and English Literature at Carlisle College. He left last year to turn his passion for poetry into a career. And his new life was christened by winning one of the world’s richest poetry prizes.

Last updated 3 February 2012
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