It has been yet another busy week for our team of reporters at The Mail.

They have continued to bring our readers the stories that matter to them the most.

These are the 10 articles that proved to be the most popular and engaging across the past seven days.

Dozens stranded in hot sun after trains cancelled

Travellers were left stranded after Northern Rail cancelled five trains from Lancaster to Barrow.

Read more: Dozens stranded in hot sun after trains cancelled | The Mail (

Snakes and where to find them in the Lake District

A snake was recently spotted at a popular walking spot, prompting locals to wonder which species are native to the region.

Read more: Are snakes found in the Lake District and are they poisonous? | The Mail (

The Lake District road that is a dream for petrol-heads

Honister Pass was this week named as one of the prettiest routes to experience in the country.

Read more: Honister Pass ranked among Britain's most scenic drives | The Mail (

Morrisons petrol station in Barrow gets ready for rebrand

The petrol station at Barrow's Morrisons will reopen as Motor Fuel Group (MFG) as part of a £2.5bn deal announced earlier this year. 

Read more: Barrow Morrisons petrol station will go to Motor Fuel Group | The Mail (

The best chippy in Furness announced

The Mail's recent campaign to find the best chippy in the region came to an end this week, but who triumphed?

Read more: Barrow takeaway named as best chippy in south Cumbria | The Mail (

Lake District bakeries cook up success

The Apple Pie Cafe and Bakery in Ambleside and Grasmere Gingerbread were named as two of the best in the world.

Read more: Lake District bakeries crowned among best in the world | The Mail (

Car park in Barrow to close due to low demand

Westmorland and Furness Council confirmed that Portland Walk car park will close from the start of July.

Read more: Barrow car park to close after council deem it has 'very low usage' | The Mail (

Woman who caused suffering to dog banned from having pets

A dog owner has been spared an immediate custodial sentence after she failed in her duty of care towards a Staffordshire Bull terrier.

Read more: Barrow woman caused unnecessary distress to Staffordshire Bull Terrier | The Mail (

BAE plans to 'greatly improve' building in Barrow

The company has applied for listed building consent to carry out repairs to BAE’s building A43 on Michaelson Road.

Read more: BAE lodges plans to ‘greatly improve’ listed building in Barrow | The Mail (

Arrest made after crash leaves elderly man with injuries

Cumbria Police was called at 11.41am to the report of a two-vehicle road traffic collision on Park Road in Barrow.

Read more: Arrest made after serious crash on the A590, Barrow | The Mail (