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CLIMBING enthusiasts from all over the UK came to Kendal to take part in the 2016 edition of the Marmot Masters Bouldering Competition.
CUMBRIAN householders are likely to face a council tax hike of almost four per cent as the county council battles to balance its books in the next financial year.
Justin Woods, head chef at The Castle Green Hotel, Kendal, and Greenhouse restaurant
THE Wainwright Society has announced the winner of its 2015 Photographic Competition.
A FLOOD-damaged Kendal bridge which has led to traffic congestion since its closure has re-opened.
AN air ambulance was earlier today called to assist a walker who had sustained a serious ankle injury while trekking in the Borrowdale valley.
A SPIRIT has left staff at a South Lakeland pub shaken and a little stirred.
NEW figures have been released showing the best and worst GP surgeries for patient satisfaction.
TOP-flight winter swimmers left their wetsuits at home and plunged into Windermere's icy waters during the prestigious Big Chill Swim gala.
TIME is running out to get a decision on bringing radiotherapy services to Kendal if a half million pound donation towards its costs is not to be lost.
A CUMBRIA-based Center Parcs chef has flipped his way to a Guinness World Record title for the tallest stack of pancakes.
FILMING has begun for the second series of Lake District-set ITV drama Safe House.
ST MARY'S Church, Kirkby Lonsdale, hopes to cut down two overgrown conifers.
AN EMPTY Kendal workshop - described as an "uncomfortable end stop to the 19th century terraced housing" on Union Street - has been earmarked for conversion.
DEBT charity workers in South Lakeland are predicting Monday will be their busiest day yet for locals calling for help.
A BOWNESS taxi company is hoping to open a Kendal booking office at a former beauty salon.
LEADERS of Cumbria County Council yesterday held constructive talks with ministers in London over the funding needed to repair damage caused by December's floods.
A LAKE District mine is to be the unusual venue for two horror film screenings next month.
MYSTERY surrounds the fate of a century-old Kendal mint cake and confectionery business which was rescued from the brink of extinction less than a year ago.
METHODISTS touched by the plight of flooded-out families on Kendal's Sandylands have raised £1,900 for relief efforts.
RESIDENTS fighting to preserve green space between two north Lancashire villages have handed over a petition signed by more than 1,100 people.
A LAKE District hostel is offering half-price overnight stays to Cumbrians thanks to a flood relief grant from Cumbria County Council.
FIVE Twitter friends and outdoor enthusiasts are harnessing the power of social media to try to reverse some of the damage done to Cumbrian businesses by December's floods.
A NEW painting class inspired by Roses and Castles, the traditional canal folk art used to decorate narrowboats, is flourishing.
PANCAKE racers from youngsters to veterans enjoyed a flipping wonderful time at Troutbeck's traditional Shrove Tuesday event.
FARMERS hit by the devastating floods in Cumbria suffered losses averaging £47,000, a survey has shown.
CYCLING fans gearing up for the Tour de Yorkshire can snap up jerseys featuring host town Settle.
SETTLE will host a famous Irish dance and music spectacular which predates Riverdance by 20 years.