HERE are some of the fondest memories the Cumbrian public have of our late Queen and her visits to the county.

Following her death on September 8, 2022, at Balmoral Castle at the age of 96.

She had spent 70 years and 214 days on the throne making her the longest reigning monarch in British history.

As far back as the 1960s, Her Majesty has visited the industrial landscape of Barrow which includes the dock land where some of the country's finest ships have been created.

The Queen was treated to a tour of the Barrow-built Ocean liner Oriana during her 1960s official visit.

In 1980, she visited Ulverston and walked Victoria Road to greet those who came out to catch a glimpse of her.

During her 1998 visit to Barrow, she was greeted by members of the public who came to see her, before visiting Penrith and was presented with some artwork from the school children.

In 2013, the Queen visited areas such as Kendal and Windermere. She is pictured smiling during her visit and looking very opulent.

She toured the James Cropper factory and was presented with flowers from some of the school children.

These memories will be held onto by those who were there forever.

READ MORE: SLIDESHOW: The Queen's visits to Barrow