Going greener: One of the Lakesider buses
A woman drinking a glass of beer. Yui Mok/PA Wire
Support: Cumbria police is backing a national campaign to raise awareness of the role everyone has to play in protecting children from abuse
Success: Penny Bridge CE Academy
Taking control: Michael Ward, four, at the controls of an Aveling and Porter in 1990 THE MAIL ARCHIVE
Off and running: One of the junior fell races at last year's event
Plans fell through: Glen Garth in Barrow
Target: Farm Buildings have been burgled in a recent countrywide crime spate
In action: Broughton chef Gary McClure cooking at the festival
Pictures: John Story
Off we go: Harry Sharp on the bouncy castle slide at Coniston Country Fair LINDSEY DICKINGS
Having fun: Enjoying last year's show are Emily Shutt, six, Josh Williams, Chloe Williams and Alfie Shut
Pictures by LEANNE BOLGER
Picture this: The tearoom at Bank Ground Farm where the treasure hunt is taking place
Hands-on: Master glass maker David Sharp, left, with the Duke of Gloucester LINDSEY DICKINGS
Dr Liz Mear, Innovation Agency chief executive.
Investigation: Police are looking for witnesses into the car damage
Investigation: Police are searching for witnesses
Logo: Cumbria Constabulary
High hopes: Wild Boar Inn Manager Adam Bujok (left) with General Manager Matt Stanaway
Protest: Carlyne Whetstone from the Waspi Barrow branch
Blaze: Fire crews tackle a car fire at Salthouse Mills, Barrow
Paul Howarth, National Nuclear Laboratory managing director.
A lovely line up of dogs in Alice's Dog Show and Ulverston and North Lonsdale Show.
Police tape used to cordon off an incident
Operation: The Caernavon-based rescue helicopter 936 lands at Piel Island
The on course bookies saw trade pick up as the sun broke through at Cartmel Racing on Saturday. July 22nd 2017. MILTON HAWORTH.
Band together: Milnthorpe Steel Band perform on the Captain Shaw's CE School community stage LINDSEY DICKINGS
Millom Mayor Doug Wilson
Tough get going: Kate Lawty with her 1955 Land Rover Series 1 named Ernie LINDSEY DICKINGS
Appearance: Gavin John Jones, 49, is due to stand trial accused of assault at Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Access all areas: Ali Alger stands in Ford Park, close to the edge of the play area, where a new footpath is to be laid, creating a path leading from the park towards St Mary's Hospice LINDSEY DICKINGS
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