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Walking football is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. Garstang FC now have their own team. David Graham, the Liaison Officer for Garstang Walking Football Team told us: “I joined a walking football club a few years ago, initially just for a kick about and quite enjoyed it. When the COVID pandemic […]

Ahead of the Easter holidays Cumbria’s Local Resilience Forum is reassuring residents that plans are in place to manage the expected increase in visitor numbers to the county. Welcoming visitors back is critically important for the county’s economic recovery from COVID-19 and in supporting people’s health and wellbeing, but local communities have understandable concerns about […]

Lancashire County Council’s cabinet has agreed a further detailed programme of investment in highways infrastructure over the next year. The council has already outlined how it will spend most of its £45.8m highways budget on improvements to vital infrastructure such as roads, streetlights, bridges, and walking and cycling facilities. This is a £14m increase on […]

Staff at Westmorland General Hospital were given an Easter treat this weekend as a thank you for their continued hard work. Bay Trust Radio teamed up with ASDA in Kendal to send tins of chocolates to staff in wards and departments across the hospital. As the long weekend begins, the charity wanted to say thank […]

A charming photobook for hospital patients has been created by a member of staff at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary. Lucy Wilcock, 32, a Non Clinical Support Worker on Ward 33 at the RLI and keen photographer, hopes the photobook will make patients’ stay in hospital more pleasant and that the images of beautiful local landmarks […]

A man from Kendal has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for child sex crimes. Luke Swindenbank, 37, of Kendal was sentenced to 12 years on Monday 29th March at Carlisle Crown Court for four counts of sexual assault by penetration of a female child under 13 years and  three counts of sexual assault of […]

If you are using your vehicle for the first time in a while, Highways England Traffic Officer Dave Harford has some important advice. Some cars have been rarely used in recent months, so it’s essential to make sure they’re fit for purpose. You may also feel out of practice if you haven’t driven recently. Any […]

With lockdown rules now allowing people to meet outside in groups of up to six people, or two households, Cumbria County Council’s 11 rapid-result COVID-19 test centres are now able to offer tests to all Cumbrians. The centres were previously only open to essential workers who were unable to work from home, but with people […]

Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service is supporting the National Fire Chiefs Council’s Be Water Aware campaign, which aims to raise awareness of water related incidents and prevent the number of drowning accidents. With the Easter school holidays and the potential easing of COVID-19 restrictions pending, Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service is asking the people of […]

From Monday 29th March, the ‘stay at home’ rule ends – and up to 6 people or 2 households can meet outside. Social contact: The evidence shows that it is safer for people to meet outdoors rather than indoors. And this is why from 29 March, when most schools start to break up for the […]