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THE driving force behind the British Heart Foundation’s most successful charity walk had to miss this weekend’s annual event – because he has suffered a mild heart attack.
ONE of the quaintest of Furness traditions took place in Urswick yesterday.
PUPILS turned back the clock to 1881 for a Victorian celebration.
ZOO staff threw a very special birthday party for one of its star attractions.
THE Tour de Furness is expected to boost local charities by up to £30,000.
THE sound of children’s laughter filled the air this weekend, as families took a tinsel-laden train-ride through a winter wonderland.
MALE voice quartet, Voce, rounded off a terrific Christmas carol service.
INSIDE the 36-metre Big Top we meet the usually exuberant show producer Ross Presto in contemplative mood.
EARNSE Bay attracted extreme watersport fans as the Walney leg of the British Kite Surfing Championships got under way.
THOUSANDS flocked to Dalton for the town’s annual medieval market.
MORE than a thousand horse lovers gathered under glorious sunshine for the annual Shetland Pony Grand National.
HOSPICE nurse Julie Wright completed her third Walk to Remember after signing up for the first with her mum three years. (1 comment)
CUMBRIAN television star Helen Skelton learned the art of tomfoolery during a visit to Ulverston.
WHEN Dave Roberts removes his chain of office for the final time today it will be with a twinge of sadness. (1 comment)
A RECORD number of over 2,300 starters had to survive some of the worst weather in the long and illustrious history of the Keswick to Barrow walk. (8 comments)