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One of Cumbria’s smallest museums – the Quaker Tapestry Museum in Kendal – is delighted to be welcoming visitors back from Tuesday 18 May as part of the government’s four-phase reopening plan for England. Their reopening marks 40 years since a chance remark, by an 11-year-old boy, led to the creation of one of the […]

Plans have today been revealed for the Winter Gardens Blackpool to reopen from Monday 17 May 2021. The Box Office and Mazzei Cafe will reopen along with The Old Victoria Bar featuring live entertainment daily. Live socially distanced events will return from 30 May including comedy, live music, family shows and much more. Venue tours […]

Mark Bolton from Triarom popped in to chat about computer issues and answered questions submitted by listeners. If you have any questions for our computer expert to answer next month you can send us a message here.

Windermere Lake Cruises has undertaken a complex operation to return its newest vessel MV ‘Swift’ back to the water after undergoing routine checks to ensure she is shipshape for the new visitor season. Swift became the biggest boat to be launched onto England’s longest lake in 80 years when she made her maiden voyage on […]

Businesses and community groups in Lancaster and Morecambe are being encouraged to benefit from the growth in electric vehicle charging points being installed throughout the region. Charge My Street, a Lancashire based community benefit society, is offering to install free electric vehicle charge points throughout the county. Working with a range of local and national […]

A cyclist from Flookburgh plans to pedal almost 1,000 miles in just six days as he rides from Land’s End to John O’Groats in aid of Bay Hospitals Charity. Darryl Dixon is tackling the epic challenge in May, riding up to 167 miles a day to raise funds for Furness General Hospital. He will be […]

Cumbria Police are investigating the theft of a motorhome from a dealership in Ings that occurred between 7am Sunday May 2 and 10am Monday May 3. It was reported that the motorhome, a cream Fiat Carthago, may have been removed by another vehicle, possibly a low loader/flatbed/recovery vehicle. Anyone with information or who witnessed the […]

This week marks the 70th anniversary of England’s largest national park – the Lake District – formally designated as the UK’s second park for the nation on 9 May, 1951. This anniversary follows a year in which people have appreciated open spaces and nature more than ever, as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic, according […]

A new campaign has been launched to encourage more people to consider adopting groups of brothers and sisters. The #YouCanAdopt campaign highlights the benefits of adopting more than one child and celebrates the irreplaceable bond of brothers and sisters. Amongst those supporting the campaign are James and Anne, from Lancashire, who are parents to brother […]

Thousands of residents and businesses in Cumbria now have the opportunity to access faster broadband connections than ever before, and many already have a plan for what they will do when they can access even better speeds. However, some people may not fully appreciate the benefits of superfast broadband to a home or business or […]