Major players gather for first conference on The Borderlands initiative
More than 300 business leaders and public sector representatives gather today to shape a blueprint that aims to transform the economy across The Borders region.Read this story
Living and working in Cumbria is everything you'd expect… and so much more!
“I love Cumbria and I often wonder why it took me so long to move here.”
Charlotte Hattersley - Charlotte relocated in 2012 and is enjoying a fun and varied career in the county.Read Charlotte's story
How are women driving industry in Cumbria?Read Eleanor and Georgina's story
Eleanor and Georgina Billson - “I am so grateful for getting the input from really, really good teachers - all of them female really - and Sellafield with their STEM work, which really changed my perception of what engineering was.”
Find your dream job in Cumbria
“There’s no glass ceilings like you get at big companies - we promote on merit. Cumbria is a great for that. Solomons may be small, but the projects are really big value, big scale, exciting engineering projects, and a great way to accelerate your career.”
John Rossiter - John describes how much opportunities there are for start-ups in Cumbria and how working in the region can accelerate your career.From Wirral to Kendal: Read John's relocation story
Create some fun seaside beach huts using appliqué and free machine embroidery at this workshop - part of the interwoven exhibition
Cumbria Festival Chorus and Orchestra present a programme of music by Parry and Brahms.
Karen Balmer: Walking the Labyrinth.
in association with Cumbria Live