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Heavenly hideaway on Lake Windermere
Panoramic view from your bed and luxury surroundings with hot tub and firepit.

Challenge: Sue Coulson, director of Coulson Associates Ltd and the Cumbria and Lancashire Family Business Network, celebrates completing her first Great North Swim

Focused: A participant ready for his swim CHRIS WEST

Keeping dry: Umbrellas were the order of the day for the spectators CHRIS WEST

Eager: The one-mile 'yellow wave' of swimmers CHRIS WEST

Support: Keri-anne Payne, a two-time open water world champion and Olympic silver medallist starts one of the swimming waves CHRIS WEST

Determined: The one-mile 'yellow wave' of swimmers CHRIS WEST

Thumbs up: The 250m 'white wave' of swimmers CHRIS WEST

Prepared: Thumbs-up and ready for their swim CHRIS WEST

 Challenge: Sue Coulson, director of Coulson Associates Ltd and the Cumbria and Lancashire Family Business Network, celebrates completing her first Great North Swim
Challenge: Sue Coulson, director of Coulson Associates Ltd and the Cumbria and Lancashire Family Business Network, celebrates completing her first Great North Swim
Spectators and swimmers similarly soaked during day two of Lake District challenge
SWIMMERS and spectators alike were left soaked to the skin during the second day of the country’s largest annual open water event.

An adder spotted on Seascale beach

An adder by Pete Carpenter

 An adder spotted on Seascale beach
An adder spotted on Seascale beach
Fresh warning over snake danger in South Cumbria
VETS have warned pet-owners in South Cumbria to be vigilant after two dogs suffered snake bites within the space of 10 days.

Back in form: Tom Gibbs LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Back in form: Tom Gibbs LINDSEY DICKINGS
Back in form: Tom Gibbs LINDSEY DICKINGS
Gibbs back in form to land Lanequest opener
THE heavens opened and the wind blew for the opening event of the 2017 Lakeland Lanequest summer series.

GREAT NORTH SWIM 2016 at Windermere where 10,000 swimmers swam a course in England's largest lake

 GREAT NORTH SWIM 2016 at Windermere where 10,000 swimmers swam a course in England's largest lake
GREAT NORTH SWIM 2016 at Windermere where 10,000 swimmers swam a course in England's largest lake
Great North Swim Sunday schedule cancelled due to bad weather forecast
Organisers of Europe's biggest open water swimming event have announced that its schedule on Sunday in the Lake District has been cancelled due to fears about the weather.

JOHNNY DEPP: Johnny Depp

 JOHNNY DEPP: Johnny Depp
JOHNNY DEPP: Johnny Depp
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

What a dive: Swimmers taking to the water at last years Great North Swim event

Fundraising mission: Dan Hayes of Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Splash hit: Swimmers taking to the water at last year's Great North Swim event

 What a dive: Swimmers taking to the water at last years Great North Swim event
What a dive: Swimmers taking to the water at last years Great North Swim event
Thousands of swimmers take plunge for lake challenge milestone
THOUSANDS of swimmers will take the plunge in the chilly waters of Windermere today as the Great North Swim celebrates its 10th anniversary.

Empowered: Charlene Boyd, pictured with her son, Corey, nominated health visitor Helen Mbaye for a "Breast Friends Award"

Awareness: South Cumbria Breastfeeding Support run breastfeeding drop-in sessions at Ulverston Library every Tuesday. Pictured are IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) and breastfeeding counsellor Ann Bruce, peer supporter Kate Stagg with daughter Willow and peer supporter Jo Dawson LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Empowered: Charlene Boyd, pictured with her son, Corey, nominated health visitor Helen Mbaye for a "Breast Friends Award"
Empowered: Charlene Boyd, pictured with her son, Corey, nominated health visitor Helen Mbaye for a "Breast Friends Award"
Bosom pals celebrated with new award for South Lakes health workers
THE unsung heroes to mums across the South Lakes are to be celebrated by a new award launched by a breastfeeding support group.

Light Up Blackwell

 Light Up Blackwell
Light Up Blackwell
Students stage live light show at Blackwell
THE Lake District's home of Arts and Crafts, Blackwell, will be given a colourful make over this weekend.

Leading the way: Lynn Murray won for Black Combe Runners at Caw

 Leading the way: Lynn Murray won for Black Combe Runners at Caw
Leading the way: Lynn Murray won for Black Combe Runners at Caw
Murray magic wins Caw fell race
LYNN Murray took the win for host club Black Combe Runners in the Caw fell race after finishing just under three minutes clear of her nearest rival in the ladies' section.

County Champion: Natasha Slater MILTON HAWORTH

Strokeplay champion: Sarah Cousins LINDSEY DICKINGS

 County Champion: Natasha Slater MILTON HAWORTH
County Champion: Natasha Slater MILTON HAWORTH
Natasha shows her class to win county championship
TALENTED Ulverston player Natasha Slater has been crowned Cumbria Ladies County Golf Association champion.

JOSIE LAWRENCE: Josie Lawrence

 JOSIE LAWRENCE: Josie Lawrence
JOSIE LAWRENCE: Josie Lawrence
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

Net success: Mike Turner, Treetop Trek founder, right, with Cedric Chavaud, designer of the nets used on the site

Celebration: The staff at Brockhole's Treetop Trek celebrating the firm's fifth anniversary

Go green: Mike Turner on the Green Trek

Photo: HARRY ATKINSON

Expansion: Treetop Trek's new site in Heaton Park, Manchester. From the left, Mike Turner managing director of Treetop Trek; Carl Austin-Behan, Lord Mayor of Manchester; Luthfur Rahman, Manchester City Council's executive member for culture and leisure; and Saul Mearns, Heaton Park Officer

Pioneering spirit: The original Treetop Trek team in 2012

 Net success: Mike Turner, Treetop Trek founder, right, with Cedric Chavaud, designer of the nets used on the site
Net success: Mike Turner, Treetop Trek founder, right, with Cedric Chavaud, designer of the nets used on the site
Windermere woodland adventure park celebrates a tree-mendous fifth birthday
TREETOP Trek has just celebrated its fifth birthday. DUNCAN BICK finds out how it has achieved such rapid growth and what the future holds.

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Baritone: Benjamin Appl LARS BORGES

Artists-in-residence: Berkeley Ensemble NIGEL LUCKHURST

Family show: Dr Dee's Daughter and the Philosopher's Stone

New work: Gould Piano Trio JAKE MORLEY

Adventurous: Villiers Quartet

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Summer music festival welcomes guests from around the world
THE long-running Lake District Summer Music programme will return for a 33rd year with 40 events taking place from next month.

The Millerground site on the shores of Windermere

 The Millerground site on the shores of Windermere
The Millerground site on the shores of Windermere
Police investigate unexplained death of elderly woman in South Cumbria
POLICE have launched an urgent appeal for information after an elderly woman died after she was taken to hospital.

Aims: Rachel Pound, who runs The Lakeland Pudding Company with husband Michael Pound and Mark Cummings of Barrow MILTON HAWORTH

Judges: From left, Karl Burrell, Chris Simpson and Louise Allonby MILTON HAWORTH

Passionate pitch: Clocktower owner Tom Harvey MILTON HAWORTH

Consultancy: Husband and wife team Mike and Clare Farnworth from Chain Supply Cumbria MILTON HAWORTH

Activities: Tony Martinez, of Camp Cumbria MILTON HAWORTH

Events: Dave Harvey and Paul Dewar give a pitch about Brathay Challenges to judges Chris Simpson, Karl Burrell and Louise Allonby MILTON HAWORTH

Personal touch: Clocktower owner Tom Harvey MILTON HAWORTH

Teamwork: Paul Dewar, left, and Dave Harvey MILTON HAWORTH

 Aims: Rachel Pound, who runs The Lakeland Pudding Company with husband Michael Pound and Mark Cummings of Barrow MILTON HAWORTH
Aims: Rachel Pound, who runs The Lakeland Pudding Company with husband Michael Pound and Mark Cummings of Barrow MILTON HAWORTH
South Cumbria finalists battle it out in Business Boost contest
AS any entrepreneur knows well, being in business is rarely plain sailing, the path to success being strewn with problems, setbacks and pitfalls.
Police investigate unexplained death of Cumbria woman
POLICE are investigating the unexplained death of an elderly woman from the Windermere area.

Smash hits: The Coniston tennis squad for the 2017 season. Back row: Dave Jackson , Stevie Bushell Front: Peter Helm, Joseph Wilkinson, Jona Ilett, Jeff Atkinson Picture by Nick Matthews

 Smash hits: The Coniston tennis squad for the 2017 season. Back row: Dave Jackson , Stevie Bushell Front: Peter Helm, Joseph Wilkinson, Jona Ilett, Jeff Atkinson Picture by Nick Matthews
Smash hits: The Coniston tennis squad for the 2017 season. Back row: Dave Jackson , Stevie Bushell Front: Peter Helm, Joseph Wilkinson, Jona Ilett, Jeff Atkinson Picture by Nick Matthews
Coniston tennis aces serving up success
CONISTON men’s tennis team have adjusted well to life in the Kendal And District League.

Bay Living first edition

 Bay Living first edition
Bay Living first edition
'Bay Living' publication launched
An exciting new lifestyle magazine dedicated to the unique communities of Morecambe Bay has arrived in local shops and newsagents today

Highlighting issue: Georgia Goodman, who designed a hard-hitting poster designed at raising awareness of online grooming among children and young people

Making an impact: Georgia Goodman's poster

 Highlighting issue: Georgia Goodman, who designed a hard-hitting poster designed at raising awareness of online grooming among children and young people
Highlighting issue: Georgia Goodman, who designed a hard-hitting poster designed at raising awareness of online grooming among children and young people
South Cumbria teenager’s hard-hitting poster targets online child grooming
A SOUTH Cumbria woman has designed a hard-hitting poster with the aim of encouraging children to protect themselves from online grooming.

Busy time: A exhibit featuring the clothing and equipment used by a First World War munitions worker BILL MYERS display-may-30

Careful work: Giant rollers get the explosives to the right dryness and consistency before being packed into shell cases at White Lund SUBMITTED display-may-30

Tight controls: A pass from Vickers for a munitions worker to show they were on work of national importance SUBMITTED display-may-30

Danger dust: The laundry at the White Lund Shell Filling Factory kept overalls clear of explosive residues and gave a fire-resistant finish SUBMITTED display-may-30

Heavy duty: large shell cases at White Lund in 1917 SUBMITTED display-may-30

Safety features: The cubicle walls would give each worker a degree of protection in the event of an explosion. The glass wall was designed to blast outwards SUBMITTED display-may-30

Right recipe: mixing ingredients for shell filling at White Lund SUBMITTED display-may-30

Big day: King George and Queen Mary at the National Projectile Factory at caton Road, Lancaster, in May 1917 SUBMITTED display-may-30

Filling up: Inside the canteen at the National Projectile Factory on Caton Road, Lancaster SUBMITTED display-may-30

 Busy time: A exhibit featuring the clothing and equipment used by a First World War munitions worker BILL MYERS display-may-30
Busy time: A exhibit featuring the clothing and equipment used by a First World War munitions worker BILL MYERS display-may-30
Barrow picture album for Royal visit stars in new exhibition
A PICTURE album produced by Vickers at Barrow for a visit by King George V and Queen Mary a century ago features in a major new display at the City Museum in Lancaster.

Expansion: The Good Life Lake District Cottages team at the new Windermere office

 Expansion: The Good Life Lake District Cottages team at the new Windermere office
Expansion: The Good Life Lake District Cottages team at the new Windermere office
Non-political evening to mark opening of Windermere office
A FAMILY-run holiday company has opened a new office as it seeks to expand the area it serves.

A aerial view of Windermere in the Lake District, Cumbria. Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

 A aerial view of Windermere in the Lake District, Cumbria. Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
A aerial view of Windermere in the Lake District, Cumbria. Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Man due in court charged with fishing without a licence
A MAN is to appear in court charged with using an unlicensed fishing rod and line.

Investigation: Police are speaking to a man about an allegation of sexual assault

 Investigation: Police are speaking to a man about an allegation of sexual assault
Investigation: Police are speaking to a man about an allegation of sexual assault
Man quizzed over sex attack allegation in South Lakes
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after an alleged sexual assault in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Half-term fun for the family at Old Hall Farm
Meet shire horses, feed the animals and enjoy traditional homemade jersey milk ice cream! (sponsored content)

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

Armed police officers receive a welcome cold bottle of water from Furness Railway manager Robert Hope

Armed police in Barrow town centre. Picture: LEE WICKS

Armed police officers patrolling Barrow town centre. Picture: LEE WICKS

ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
ARMED POLICE PATROL BARROW TOWN CENTRE Armed policed patrol Barrow Town Centre Pictured: Armed Police on Dalton Road, Barrow, 26th May 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
VIDEO: Armed police patrol Barrow town centre as part of increased presence following terror attacks
ARMED police officers have today been welcomed by members of the public as they patrolled the streets of Barrow in light of the Manchester terrorist attack.

Bay watch: From left: Polly Sibley, from Ulverston, Chloe Wakefield, from Barrow and Iris Adams from Gleaston have fun in the sun at Bardsea LINDSEY DICKINGS

Cooling off: From left: Chloe Wakefield, Polly Sibley and Iris Adams LINDSEY DICKINGS

Feeling the heat: Look after your pets in the hot weather

 Bay watch: From left: Polly Sibley, from Ulverston, Chloe Wakefield, from Barrow and Iris Adams from Gleaston have fun in the sun at Bardsea LINDSEY DICKINGS
Bay watch: From left: Polly Sibley, from Ulverston, Chloe Wakefield, from Barrow and Iris Adams from Gleaston have fun in the sun at Bardsea LINDSEY DICKINGS
Joy for sun worshippers as temperatures soar
STOCK up on sun cream and grab your hats, as the hottest spell since September arrives this week.

Leading by example: Hawcoat Park captain Dan White LINDSEY DICKINGS

Immense: Furness' Joe Mallinson LEANNE BOLGER

Applauded: Millom captain Ian Cummings CHRIS WEST

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Stepping up: Windermere's Jamie Hardman CHRIS WEST.

 Leading by example: Hawcoat Park captain Dan White LINDSEY DICKINGS
Leading by example: Hawcoat Park captain Dan White LINDSEY DICKINGS
Plenty of reason to have faith in the union
ANOTHER season of rugby union in South Cumbria is in the books and it offers the perfect opportunity to look back on how the area's clubs fared during 2016/17.

Going swimmingly: Andrea and Peter Kelly are behind the The Great Lake District Swim Challenge

STEVE ASHWORTH at MOViEiT

Diving in: Peter Kelly

Challenge: Reflections on Buttermere

Stephen Cowan

Swim destination: Wastwater

Chris Garner

 Going swimmingly: Andrea and Peter Kelly are behind the The Great Lake District Swim Challenge STEVE ASHWORTH at MOViEiT
Going swimmingly: Andrea and Peter Kelly are behind the The Great Lake District Swim Challenge STEVE ASHWORTH at MOViEiT
Outdoor adventurers ready to rise to Great Lake District Swim Challenge
THIS summer, groups of plucky outdoor enthusiasts descend on Cumbria to take part in The Great Lake District Swim Challenge. SUE CRAWFORD talks to the man behind the venture

Double success: The Windermere School under-19s boys basketball team who won the Barrow League and cup competitions SUBMITTED

Land of the Giants: Members of the Windermere School under-19s boys basketball team with Manchester Giants players Dean Wanliss, Donatas Visockis and Callum Jones SUBMITTED

 Double success: The Windermere School under-19s boys basketball team who won the Barrow League and cup competitions SUBMITTED
Double success: The Windermere School under-19s boys basketball team who won the Barrow League and cup competitions SUBMITTED
Basketball Giants help Windermere to successful season
GIANTS of the basketball court inspired Windermere School to their most successful season yet.
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