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Up and away: A aerial view of Ullswater in the Lake District

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On a high: Derwentwater near Keswick

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Beauty spot: A aerial view of Derwentwater

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Hot and cold: Ullswater in the Lake District, with snow-capped mountains in the background

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Tranquil: Coniston Water

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Spring scene: Ullswater

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Aerial shot: Ullswater in the Lake District

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Water feature: Ullswater

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Lakes beauty: A aerial view of Derwentwater

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Chill factor: An aerial view of snow-capped mountains in the Lake District

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Tourist trap: Windermere and Bowness from the air

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Stunning: An aerial view of snow-capped mountains in the Lake District

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Aerial tour: Ullswater in the Lake District

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Attraction: Looking down over Bowness and Windermere

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National park: Thirlmere

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Soaring: Snow-capped peaks in the Lake District

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Peaceful: Ullswater in the Lake District

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Landscape: Windermere

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Top this: An aerial view of a snow-capped mountain in the Lake District

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Spring colours: Derwentwater

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Airborne: Coniston Water

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          Up and away: A aerial view of Ullswater in the Lake District
          Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Up and away: A aerial view of Ullswater in the Lake District Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Wonders of the Lake District captured in magnificent aerial shots
AT ground level, the views afforded by the Lake District are simply stunning.

Grasmere Lake Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

 Grasmere Lake Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Grasmere Lake Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Relatives pay tribute to a loyal and loving husband
A FAMILY have paid loving tribute to a Grasmere man who died after his mobility scooter overturned.

Scene: A photograph of Bowness c1911 by Rupert Potter

House: Broad Leys Aug 1909, possibly showing Beatrix Potter

Rented home: Broad Leys Aug 1909, possibly Beatrix Potter in the porch

Star: James Corden has been named as one of the actors appearing in the forthcoming film

Voice: Margot Robbie

Celebration: Royal Mint special edition coloured Peter Rabbit coin, to mark the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter's birth

 Scene: A photograph of Bowness c1911 by Rupert Potter
Scene: A photograph of Bowness c1911 by Rupert Potter
Filming to begin in Lakes for Peter Rabbit movie
FANS of Beatrix Potter can look forward to a busy start to April, as film crews begin shooting for a star-studded remake of one of the authors classic books.

Message: Superintendent Rob O'Connor from Cumbria Constabulary

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Sentencing: Carlisle Crown Court

STUART WALKER

 Message: Superintendent Rob O'Connor from Cumbria Constabulary LINDSEY DICKINGS
Message: Superintendent Rob O'Connor from Cumbria Constabulary LINDSEY DICKINGS
Westminster timely reminder of police dangers, judge tells man jailed for threatening to behead officer
A JUDGE has condemned a man who threatened to behead a police officer, citing the Westminster attacks as a timely example of the dangers officers face to protect their public.

SIR ALAN SUGAR: Sir Alan Sugar

 SIR ALAN SUGAR: Sir Alan Sugar
SIR ALAN SUGAR: Sir Alan Sugar
Do you remember when...
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General view of Carlisle Crown Court: 1 March 2017 STUART WALKER 50087237F000.JPG

 General view of Carlisle Crown Court: 1 March 2017 STUART WALKER 50087237F000.JPG
General view of Carlisle Crown Court: 1 March 2017 STUART WALKER 50087237F000.JPG
Cumbria man jailed for threatening to behead police officer
A 21-MONTH prison sentence has been handed to a Cumbria man who threatened to chop off a police officer’s head during a two-hour stand-off. Anthony Michael Grogan also held the blade to his own throat during the incident at his Lake District home. The 25-year-old, of Thornbarrow Road, Windermere, began brandishing a knife after refusing entry to the police. Officers attended just before 6am on February 8, to serve a community breach warrant upon him. But Grogan responded by wielding a knife from inside his address. He threw items including an ornament and a picture frame at them

Lead from the front: Millom skipper Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST

 Lead from the front: Millom skipper Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST
Lead from the front: Millom skipper Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST
Millom and Furness lock horns in Cumbria League derby
THERE is derby action at Wilson Park as Millom lock horns with Furness, while both Hawcoat Park teams have home games.

DAMON ALBARN: Damon Albarn

 DAMON ALBARN: Damon Albarn
DAMON ALBARN: Damon Albarn
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10 years ago

Glum faces: A Barrow family pictured at the A. J. Jackson studio in Abercorn Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Pinched in: A tight-fitting dress on this pictures by Joseph Morrall, of Glasgow Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Long dresses: Four women pose outside a house in a picture by Joseph Morrall, of Blake Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Happy couples: What looks to be a Barrow man and wife outside a cottages by the photographer Joseph Morrall SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Dapper gents: Three friends dressed for a society event at the studio of S. J. Priest at Paxton Terrace, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

Working clothes: Staff at the Station Hotel and the Bootle railway station pose for photographer M. Davis, of Queen Street, Millom SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23

 Glum faces: A Barrow family pictured at the A. J. Jackson studio in Abercorn Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23
Glum faces: A Barrow family pictured at the A. J. Jackson studio in Abercorn Street, Barrow SUBMITTED fashion-mar-23
Tight dress leaves "martyr to fashion" flat on her face
FASHION made the headlines in the Barrow Post of March 11 in 1876 when a young women fell flat on her face as her tight dress made it impossible to safely get out of a carriage.

LaVendore Rogue

Aussie favourite: Geoff Achison

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Solo slot: Evie Plumb

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LaVendore Rogue
Bowness Bay Blues 2017: who's playing where?
THE sixth Bowness Bay Blues festival will take place in April, with more than 30 live performances over three days.

Analysis: A two-year study looked at 27 non-professional athletes running the Brathay 10in10

Knowledge: Dr Katie Small and Dr Nicola Relph at the IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport in Monaco

 Analysis: A two-year study looked at 27 non-professional athletes running the Brathay 10in10
Analysis: A two-year study looked at 27 non-professional athletes running the Brathay 10in10
Researcher tells Monaco delegates about injuries from Lakes marathons
A SPORTS rehabilitation expert from Cumbria travelled to Monaco last week to speak at an international conference on the prevention of injury and illness in sport.

Furness Magistrates' Court in Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Furness Magistrates' Court in Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Furness Magistrates' Court in Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
BEFORE THE BENCH: Cases due to be heard at magistrates' court in Barrow today
DOMESTIC violence, shoplifting and causing grievous bodily harm - all the cases which are due to be heard at Furness Magistrates' Court in Barrow today.

Recycling blow: Ulverston Victoria High School

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Commercial waste: Paper recycling

 Recycling blow: Ulverston Victoria High School LINDSEY DICKINGS
Recycling blow: Ulverston Victoria High School LINDSEY DICKINGS
Paper recycling for Furness schools to be dropped from September
A SERVICE to help schools across Furness recycle scrap paper is to be removed from September when a key council contract is tendered out.

SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson

 SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson
SAMANTHA ROBSON: Samantha Robson
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Vicrtory: Tia Davies with Jeff Moses after her win in Carlisle submitted

 Vicrtory: Tia Davies with Jeff Moses after her win in Carlisle submitted
Vicrtory: Tia Davies with Jeff Moses after her win in Carlisle submitted
Tia Davies lands blow in busy month for Barrow ABC
BARROW ABC fighters have had a busy few weeks on the road putting their bodies on the line in the black and gold club colours.

Hard-fought campaign: Windermere ended their season in fourth place in North League Division Two West CHRIS WEST

Double tap: Nat Smith scored two goals for Windermere in their defeat to Deeside CHRIS WEST

 Hard-fought campaign: Windermere ended their season in fourth place in North League Division Two West CHRIS WEST
Hard-fought campaign: Windermere ended their season in fourth place in North League Division Two West CHRIS WEST
Windermere end season with high-scoring defeat at Deeside
WINDERMERE ended their North League Division Two West campaign with a 7-4 defeat in an open match at Deeside Ramblers.

Royal occasion: Crowds greet Princess Anne during her royal visit to Windermere

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Dedicated: Volunteers from the Save the Children shop who got to meet the princess

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Royal occasion: Crowds greet Princess Anne during her royal visit to Windermere

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Recording the moment: Crowds waiting for a glimpse of the princess in Windermere

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Lining the street: Crowds waiting for a glimpse of the princess

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Dedicated: Volunteers from the Save the Children shop who got to meet the princess

Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Royal occasion: Crowds greet Princess Anne during her royal visit to Windermere Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS
Royal occasion: Crowds greet Princess Anne during her royal visit to Windermere Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS
Princess pops in for a chat with Windermere charity shop staff
A CHARITY shop enjoyed a royal visit yesterday when Princess Anne came to town.

Idea: South Lakeland DIstrict Council is looking to bring money into the area to offset cuts to funding from central government

 Idea: South Lakeland DIstrict Council is looking to bring money into the area to offset cuts to funding from central government
Idea: South Lakeland DIstrict Council is looking to bring money into the area to offset cuts to funding from central government
Moneymaking motorhome park being considered by South Lakeland District Council
A MONEYMAKING motorhome park is being considered by council bosses in South Lakeland as they look for ways to boost the authority's income.

Prize-giving: Event organisers Sophia Newton, Sue Coulson and Janett Walker with host Dave Myers at the Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017

Recognition: Staff from PHX Training, professional and business services category winner, are presented with their award by Harry Knowles, of the Federation of Small Businesses

Praise: Employees of Cumbrian Cow Ice Cream, winners of the agriculture, forestry and farming catergory, are presented with their award by Jonathan Lee, group development director of CN Group

Impact: Dan Austin after picking up the community-focused business of the year award at the Love Barrow Awards JON GRANGER

 Prize-giving: Event organisers Sophia Newton, Sue Coulson and Janett Walker with host Dave Myers at the Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017
Prize-giving: Event organisers Sophia Newton, Sue Coulson and Janett Walker with host Dave Myers at the Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017
Award-winning firms reveal business benefits
WITH new awards ceremonies popping up across Cumbria, JOSHUA HAMMOND spoke to some winners about the benefits for their business

Princess Anne

 Princess Anne
Princess Anne
Red carpet at the ready as Princess Anne prepares for Lake District visit
VOLUNTEERS at a charity shop will have a day to remember today as HRH Princess Anne calls in to see them.

Assistance: James Parker and Tony Kendall from Harry Barker Properties

 Assistance: James Parker and Tony Kendall from Harry Barker Properties
Assistance: James Parker and Tony Kendall from Harry Barker Properties
Charity boosted by Furness construction firm
A FURNESS business has donated its time, materials and workforce to improve a charity’s facilities.

STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden

 STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden
STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden
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Distant land: People crossing the Morecambe Bay sands by William Hindle in 1876 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Decorative: A Victorian Coalport cabinet plate with a Windermere scene in the centre SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

All aboard: A railway sign from Oxenholme in South Cumbria SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Old ways: An oil painting of the Old Mill at Ambleside by Turner Taylor in 1886 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Cheers: A bottle from 1805 with "J. Whitwell, Kendal" on the seal SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Best wishes: A letter sent from Coniston by John Ruskin SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

Money matters: An unused cheque from the Ulverston branch of the Lancaster Banking Company SUBMITTED auction-mar-18

 Distant land: People crossing the Morecambe Bay sands by William Hindle in 1876 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18
Distant land: People crossing the Morecambe Bay sands by William Hindle in 1876 SUBMITTED auction-mar-18
Artwork features Morecambe Bay sands crossing
EVEN Monday’s rail strike was not enough to tempt commuters to try the old way of getting to work - walking across the Morecambe Bay Sands.

Ryan mighty: Hawcoat 's Ryan Brown and his team-mates will be hoping for a big game at Broughton in the semi-finals of the Raging Bull North West Cup tomorrow Mark Fitzgerald

 Ryan mighty: Hawcoat 's Ryan Brown and his team-mates will be hoping for a big game at Broughton in the semi-finals of the Raging Bull North West Cup tomorrow Mark Fitzgerald
Ryan mighty: Hawcoat 's Ryan Brown and his team-mates will be hoping for a big game at Broughton in the semi-finals of the Raging Bull North West Cup tomorrow Mark Fitzgerald
Hawcoat Park all set for cup semi-final test
HAWCOAT Park A face their biggest game in a long time as they take on Broughton in the semi-finals of the Raging Bull North West Cup.

Scene of the crash

 Scene of the crash
Scene of the crash
Wagon driver critical after Carlisle M6 crash
A man is in a critical condition after an earlier crash on the M6 near Carlisle.

Challengers from the South Lakeland Citizens Advice Bureau appear on Eggheads. From left, Sue Thompson, Steve Troake, Christina Greenwood, Dan Hudson and Gareth Eve.

Street selfie taken by Jeremy Vine with the South Lakes Citizens Advice 'Cabbies' team on after filming the Eggheads.

 Challengers from the South Lakeland Citizens Advice Bureau appear on Eggheads. From left, Sue Thompson, Steve Troake, Christina Greenwood, Dan Hudson and Gareth Eve.
Challengers from the South Lakeland Citizens Advice Bureau appear on Eggheads. From left, Sue Thompson, Steve Troake, Christina Greenwood, Dan Hudson and Gareth Eve.
South Lakes volunteers crack the Eggheads to win TV quiz show
A GROUP of volunteers cracked "the most formidable quiz team in the country" on a popular TV show tonight.

Gather round: Reading the Broughton Market Charter in the 1920s SUBMITTED obelisk-mar-14

Restoration: Scaffolding on the obelisk in Broughton BILL MYERS obelisk-mar-14

Project: Scaffolding on the obelisk in Broughton BILL MYERS obelisk-mar-14

Resting place: Edwardian youngsters on the Obeslisk steps at Broughton SUBMITTED obelisk-mar-14

Old transport: Broughton Square is now packed with cars but there is only a horse and cart to be seen on this vintage postcard SUBMITTED obelisk-mar-14

Spending power: A sixpence with the head of Elizaebth I who granted the Broughton Market Charter SUBMITTED obelisk-mar-14

 Gather round: Reading the Broughton Market Charter in the 1920s SUBMITTED obelisk-mar-14
Gather round: Reading the Broughton Market Charter in the 1920s SUBMITTED obelisk-mar-14
Time to revive Broughton's historic obelisk
THE scaffolding is in place for repair work on the historic obelisk in Broughton’s Market Square.

TERENCE TRENT D'ARBY:

 TERENCE TRENT D'ARBY:
TERENCE TRENT D'ARBY:
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Determined: Peter Turnpenny, head pastry chef at the Gilpin restaurant in Windermere prepares macarons GILPIN HOTEL & LAKE HOUSE

Creation: Baked passionfruit cream tarragon jelly, glazed raspberries, black pepper & yoghurt sorbet, made by Peter Turnpenny GILPIN HOTEL & LAKE HOUSE

Dessert: Peanut butter semifreddo salted caramel, candied peanuts, hot fudge, banana ice cream GILPIN HOTEL & LAKE HOUSE

 Determined: Peter Turnpenny, head pastry chef at the Gilpin restaurant in Windermere prepares macarons GILPIN HOTEL & LAKE HOUSE
Determined: Peter Turnpenny, head pastry chef at the Gilpin restaurant in Windermere prepares macarons GILPIN HOTEL & LAKE HOUSE
Young Windermere chef prepares for prestigious cooking competition
A LAKES chef who survived a horrific car accident early in his career is determined to succeed after making it through to the final of a prestigious cooking competition.

League leaders: The Windermere Ladies side who top Lancashire Central League Division One CHRIS WEST

 League leaders: The Windermere Ladies side who top Lancashire Central League Division One CHRIS WEST
League leaders: The Windermere Ladies side who top Lancashire Central League Division One CHRIS WEST
Dozen it feel great as Windermere hit form again in North League Division Two
WINDERMERE returned to top form with a thumping 12-2 victory over Winnington Park.
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