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Shortlist: Caroline and Jonathan Kaye

 Shortlist: Caroline and Jonathan Kaye
Shortlist: Caroline and Jonathan Kaye
Windermere hotel shortlisted for green award
A LAKE District hotel has been shortlisted for a green accolade.

Investigation: Cumbria police

 Investigation: Cumbria police
Investigation: Cumbria police
Lake District church significantly damaged by vandals
POLICE are investigating after a church was vandalised.

Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel

 Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel
Emergency: One of the luxurious bedrooms at the Beech Hill Hotel
Lake District hotel fire sparks evacuation during the night
A HOTEL fire in the early hours of the morning saw police and fire services called out.

New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007

 New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007
New venue: Dalton Mayor Bill Bleasdale trying on a jacket at Barry Sproat's Stall on the new Dalton Market at Tudor Square in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
Public consultation was to start in October on Cumbria County Council plans for a major shake-up of secondary education in Barrow which would see the creation of a academy.

Rarity: A script for Laurel and hardy's Face the Music TV appearance in 1953 may make £1,000 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Big laughs: A script written by Stan Laurel for a comedy called Up in Ollie's Room SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

All aboard: Paul Duffin with railway whistles which sold at a Barrow Salvation Army sale of collectables on Saturday SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Film stars: A poster from the Laurel and Hardy movie A Chump at Oxford which could make up to £500 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Full speed: A Dinky Supertoys model of a Foden truck with an estimate of £70 to £100 and 1818 Auctioneers SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Country view: A painting of Windermere by Arthur Tucker SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Relaxation: Early visitors to Windermere on a painting by Charles Buckley SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

Lakeland beauty: A painting of Coniston by Edward Thompson SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09

 Rarity: A script for Laurel and hardy's Face the Music TV appearance in 1953 may make £1,000 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09
Rarity: A script for Laurel and hardy's Face the Music TV appearance in 1953 may make £1,000 SUBMITTED laurel-sep-09
Treasure trove of Stan Laurel memories heads to saleroom
A treasure trove of rarities with direct and personal links to Ulverston-born movie star Stan Laurel are being sold at auction next week.

The Crafty Baa

The Reiver pub in Carlisle.

Landlords Michelle and Tony Grierson

The Wheatsheaf pub in Abbeytown

The Reiver pub in Carlisle.

Landlords Michelle and Tony Grierson

The Old Friends Pub at Soutergate in Ulverston

The Crafty Baa

The Church House Inn at Torver

 The Crafty Baa
The Crafty Baa
These are Cumbria's best bars - according to Trip Advisor
Check out which pubs were rated highest across the county

Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007

 Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007
Growing attraction: A floral display spells out the town's name outside Ulverston Coronation Hall in 2007
10 YEARS AGO
The annual Kirkby Charity Fun Day raised around £1,700 for cerebral palsy groups. Attractions included tug of war and clay pigeon shooting.
Donations to LoKi's 'cap in hand' sculpture go to foodbank
COINS placed in the cap of a sculptured figure left in a popular tourist destination by Ulverston artist LoKi have helped to feed struggling families.

Lost cat found in Oak hill vets, Windermere

 Lost cat found in Oak hill vets, Windermere
Lost cat found in Oak hill vets, Windermere
Missing cat trapped in Windermere coach
A WINDERMERE vets is trying to reunite a lost cat with its owner after it was found in the axle of a coach.

Hyundai i30:

SEAT Leon:

Kia Rio:

 Hyundai i30:
Hyundai i30:
Ask the experts: Small family cars
Question: I’m looking at a brand-new, small family car, either a Hyundai, SEAT or Kia. What would be the best choice?

Cumbria Women Of The Year Cumbria Life award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, with (centre) patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE , and (left) winner of Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal

 Cumbria Women Of The Year Cumbria Life award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, with (centre) patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE , and (left) winner of Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal
Cumbria Women Of The Year Cumbria Life award winner Sally Beamish, of Coniston, with (centre) patron CWY Juliet Westoll MBE , and (left) winner of Cumbria Woman of the Year 2016 Cheryl Berry of Kendal
Time to honour Cumbria's most inspirational women
It's time to toast our most wonderful women.

Windermere School

Achievement: Windermere School

Position: Windermere School

 Windermere School
Windermere School
Independent Lake District school begins new academic year on a high with successful rankings
A LAKE District school is celebrating the start of the new academic year by being placed near the top of sixth form league tables for independent schools.

Finding out: India Crossley and Gabrielle Rowley, of Chetwynde School, Barrow, at a 2007 circus workshop held at the BAE Sports Centre, Barrow

 Finding out: India Crossley and Gabrielle Rowley, of Chetwynde School, Barrow, at a 2007 circus workshop held at the BAE Sports Centre, Barrow
Finding out: India Crossley and Gabrielle Rowley, of Chetwynde School, Barrow, at a 2007 circus workshop held at the BAE Sports Centre, Barrow
10 YEARS AGO
Police were hunting for an orange and brown corn snake which had gone missing from a house in Worcester Street, Barrow. It could bite but was not poisonous.

Waterside House TRIPADVISOR

Thornfield

Pasturewood Holidays TRIPADVISOR

Park Cliffe TRIPADVISOR

The Quiet Site TRIPADVISOR

Castlerigg Hall TRIPADVISOR

Eskdale Campsite TRIPADVISOR

Wild Rose Park TRIPADVISOR

Mains Farm TRIPADVISOR

Fallbarrow Park TRIPADVISOR

 Waterside House TRIPADVISOR
Waterside House TRIPADVISOR
The top 10 best campsites and holiday parks in the Lake District
CUMBRIA is home to some of the most scenic and popular camping and glamping sites in the UK and we've compiled a handy list of 10 of the best according to TripAdvisor reviews.

Artist: Miroslaw Balka, from Poland

Work: An exhibition will be held in Windermere

 Artist: Miroslaw Balka, from Poland
Artist: Miroslaw Balka, from Poland
Lake District Holocaust project welcomes exhibition from world-leading contemporary artist
ONE of the world's leading artists is to bring the history of the Holocaust alive against one of the world's most beautiful backdrops.

Moving on: After nine years in Barrow docks, the Bibby Renaissance accommodation barge was leaving town in 2007 to be a floating hotel, possibly in China

 Moving on: After nine years in Barrow docks, the Bibby Renaissance accommodation barge was leaving town in 2007 to be a floating hotel, possibly in China
Moving on: After nine years in Barrow docks, the Bibby Renaissance accommodation barge was leaving town in 2007 to be a floating hotel, possibly in China
10 YEARS AGO
An armada of dragon boats raced across Port Haverigg lagoon to raise around £850 for good causes. Overall winning boat was Return of the Dragon.

Chef: Richard Booth

 Chef: Richard Booth
Chef: Richard Booth
Allergy advice is on menu at Lakes hotel
A PERSONALISED service has been introduced at a Lake District hotel to cater for guests with a vast range of diets and allergies.

Finsthwaite. STEVE RAVEN

 Finsthwaite. STEVE RAVEN
Finsthwaite. STEVE RAVEN
Windermere man suffers serious injuries after coming off his bike near Newby Bridge
A cyclist suffered serious head injuries after coming off his bike in Finsthwaite near Newby Bridge.

Food from the Samling

Duck heart salad at the Forest Side. Picture: Amy Fenton

The cheese board at the Forest Side. Picture: Amy Fenton

L'Enclume - Cartmel

Lobster, parsnip, black pudding, hazelnut and cured yolk at L'Enclume.

A delicious dish from L'Enclume.

One of Peter Turnpenny's creations. Photo: Gilpin Hotel & Lake House 14/3/17

A desert prepared by Peter Turnpenny. Photo: Gilpin Hotel & Lake House 14/3/17

CL FOOD & DRINK --- Chef's appetiser at The Samling, Windermere.

 Food from the Samling
Food from the Samling
Michelin star restaurants in Cumbria
CUMBRIA is home to four of the North West's eight Michelin star restaurants, making the county one of the top UK destinations for foodies from all over the world. Here's our guide to just what sets these top temples to gastronomy apart

It is believed missing boy, James Dobson, may have travelled to south Cumbria from his home in Lancaster.

 It is believed missing boy, James Dobson, may have travelled to south Cumbria from his home in Lancaster.
It is believed missing boy, James Dobson, may have travelled to south Cumbria from his home in Lancaster.
South Cumbria workers asked to keep an eye out for missing Lancaster boy
HOTELIERS and tourism workers in south Cumbria are being asked to keep their eye out for a missing boy from Lancaster.

Environment: Events will take place across the county, with the aim of helping people keep their homes, businesses and community buildings energy-efficient

 Environment: Events will take place across the county, with the aim of helping people keep their homes, businesses and community buildings energy-efficient
Environment: Events will take place across the county, with the aim of helping people keep their homes, businesses and community buildings energy-efficient
South Cumbria to benefit from green energy festival fun
A HOST of festival events are scheduled to celebrate those who help keep homes in south Cumbria green.

Guiding hand: Coach Gary Weatherburn (right) with some of his charges at Ulverston Tennis Centre

Big hit: Olivia Longman shows her tennis skills at Ulverston

At the net: Ewan Kelly enjoys the summer tennis coaching at Ulverston

Tennis aces: Coach Josh Dent (back right) with some of the children who took part in the tennis coaching

Going up: Theo Latts reaches to make a volley at the net

Concentration: Emma Heginbotham focuses on keeping the ball up

Patted away: Freddy Simpson plays a backhand

On the bounce: Clarissa Cooper has her eyes on the ball

Gary Weatherburn working with the youngsters at his tennis coaching sessions

Soft hands: Tyler Scott works on his racket technique

Thwack!: James Vasini palys a strong forehand

Good contact: Jessica Milner during the tennis practice sessions at Ulverston

Look out: Gary Weatherburn coaches youngsters at Ulverston Tennis Centre

Going places: Freddy Simpson hits the ball back over the net

Reaching out: James Vasini stretches for a backhand

Up in the air: Freddy Simpson on the volley

Pointing the way: Coach Gary Weatherburn directs the children at his tennis sessions

Striking back: Olivia Longman watches her ball fly

Grab it: Gary Weatherburn coaches youngsters at Ulverston Tennis Centre

Guidance: Gary Weatherburn coaches youngsters at Ulverston Tennis Centre

 Guiding hand: Coach Gary Weatherburn (right) with some of his charges at Ulverston Tennis Centre
Guiding hand: Coach Gary Weatherburn (right) with some of his charges at Ulverston Tennis Centre
PICTURE SPECIAL: Exciting tennis action served up at Ulverston
CHILDREN were served up two days of exciting tennis action as part of a summer camp.

Project: Work under way in Ash Street, Bowness, in February during the first phase LINDSEY DICKINGS

Timetable: A road closure schedule for the A592 as part of water improvement work by United Utilities

 Project: Work under way in Ash Street, Bowness, in February during the first phase LINDSEY DICKINGS
Project: Work under way in Ash Street, Bowness, in February during the first phase LINDSEY DICKINGS
Lake District road closures under public scrutiny
RESIDENTS and business owners are being given the chance to get a sneak preview of works aimed at preventing pollution in the waters of the Lake District.

Up for grabs: Cragg House Farm. Image supplied by Michael CL Hodgson estate agency

 Up for grabs: Cragg House Farm. Image supplied by Michael CL Hodgson estate agency
Up for grabs: Cragg House Farm. Image supplied by Michael CL Hodgson estate agency
Lake District farm and land on market - and could be yours for £1.2m
A LAKE District hill farm has been placed on the market - and could be yours for £1.2m.

Delighted: The Hogarth family

 Delighted: The Hogarth family
Delighted: The Hogarth family
Cumbria holiday property business sold
A LEADING Cumbrian holiday property business has been taken over by one of the UK's top rental agencies.

Comedy duo: The names of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy could push the price of this postcard above £500 in auction SUBMITTED auction-aug-26

Lakeland view: This picture by Edward Thompson called Evening, Coniston Water from the Beacon Crag could sell for £250 to £300 SUBMITTED auction-aug-26

Getting chilly: This artwork by Henry Wilkinson is called The First Snows, Coniston Fells and could make £70 to £100 SUBMITTED auction-aug-26

Mountain scene: There is a pre-sale estimate of £400 to £600 for this 1854 work by A. P. Collis of Windermere and Loughrigg Fells From Rydal Mount SUBMITTED auction-aug-26

Farm buildings: Up to £50 is expected for the painting Barns at High Yewdale, near Coniston by Marion Bradley SUBMITTED auction-aug-26

 Comedy duo: The names of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy could push the price of this postcard above £500 in auction SUBMITTED auction-aug-26
Comedy duo: The names of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy could push the price of this postcard above £500 in auction SUBMITTED auction-aug-26
Signature of Ulverston's Stan Laurel could top £500
The Ulverston-born comic actor Stan Laurel brought a smile to the face of millions and would surely have laughed had he lived long enough to find that his signature might top £500.

Achievement: In 2007 Julie Bradshaw broke her 17th world long distance swiming record on Windermere, as part of a relay team which swam the length of the lake six times.

 Achievement: In 2007 Julie Bradshaw broke her 17th world long distance swiming record on Windermere, as part of a relay team which swam the length of the lake six times.
Achievement: In 2007 Julie Bradshaw broke her 17th world long distance swiming record on Windermere, as part of a relay team which swam the length of the lake six times.
10 YEARS AGO
Bad weather prompted the cancellation of a planned visit to Barrow docks by the German cruise ship Delphin Voyager.

Summer time: Barrow Sea Cadets, from left, Nicola Durkin, Nina Cummings and Kay Thompson at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Exploring: Lee Tyson checking out a rock pool at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Ball skills: Craig Tyson at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Great fun: Barrow Sea Cadets from TS Sovereign at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Happy times: Kridtina Chattaway gives a piggyback to sister Nicole at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Follow me: Robert Francell with Jelly the King Charles spaniel at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Sea views: Enjoying a day at the beach on Walney in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Vintage transport: Enjoying a day at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Wind power: Sailing craft on Windermere in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Feed me: Hungry swans at Bowness Promenade in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

Swan lake: A swan waits patiently at Bowness for the arrival of the Swam lake cruiser in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25

 Summer time: Barrow Sea Cadets, from left, Nicola Durkin, Nina Cummings and Kay Thompson at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25
Summer time: Barrow Sea Cadets, from left, Nicola Durkin, Nina Cummings and Kay Thompson at Earnse Bay, Walney, in August 1992 MAIL ARCHIVE holiday-aug-25
Furness heads to the beach in the summer of 1992
As we approach the last bank holiday of the summer we have turned the clock back to see how we spent leisure time in August 1992.

David Hogarth, centre, with grandson Beau and wife Julia. Daughters Sarah, back left, Rachael, back right and Caroline, centre left. Grandsons Frankie, centre right, and Louix at the front

 David Hogarth, centre, with grandson Beau and wife Julia. Daughters Sarah, back left, Rachael, back right and Caroline, centre left. Grandsons Frankie, centre right, and Louix at the front
David Hogarth, centre, with grandson Beau and wife Julia. Daughters Sarah, back left, Rachael, back right and Caroline, centre left. Grandsons Frankie, centre right, and Louix at the front
Cumbrian holiday cottages business taken over
Family's property firm targeted by one of the UK's top rental agencies.

Head girl: Simone Clarke

Positive outcomes: Windermere School students celebrate their GCSE success

Coniston John Ruskin School new head teacher Peter Blackburn. 19/10/2015 JON GRANGER

Ian Lavender who will become the head of Windermere St Anne's School in September SUBMITTED PICTURE

 Head girl: Simone Clarke
Head girl: Simone Clarke
"Outstanding" GCSE results from schools across the Lakes
SUCCESS stories have piled in from across the Lake District as pupils return to school, many for the final time, to collect their GCSE results.