These are the top ten stories from accross the week gathered together to make it easier for you to catch up.

1.Upcoming WASPI court decision could impact thousands of women in South Lakes

A DECISION which could impact pension arrangements for thousands of women in south Cumbria is to be announced imminently.

2.Cumbria homes listed for just £5,000

THREE homes in Cumbria have been listed on the market for just £5,000.

3.Inside most expensive house in Kendal with swimming pool and five bedrooms

THE most expensive home in Kendal has been listed on the market.

4.'Time to move on' - family to sell Kendal cafe bar

THE owners of a town centre cafe and bar are due to sell-up after five years in business.

5.XR advises you clean out your bank account

CLIMATE Activists took to the streets of Kendal to stage a demonstration outside Barclays bank.

6.South Cumbria school announces emergency closure

A SOUTH Cumbria school has announced it will close tomorrow, owing to a gas leak.

7.Coronavirus cases rise in Cumbria with 'significant risk' of second wave

A TOTAL of 45 new Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in Cumbria.

In the week ending 4 September, there has been an increase of 11 cases of the virus from the previous week.

8.Police issue picture of sick rapist who targeted schoolgirls

POLICE have released a picture of a rapist who has been jailed for nine years after targeting schoolgirls in the 2000s.

9.Mountain rescue called out after men decide to take the 'easy route' up Scafell Pike

Emergency services have responded to a call by four males who got lost on Scafell Pike after saying they had taken the "easy route" up.

10.Advanced second-wave preparation work under way to avoid disastrous local lockdown in South Lakes

ADVANCED preparation work is being developed in Cumbria to combat an anticipated second wave of Covid-19 infections over the upcoming months, according to health chiefs.