Pupils at an Ulverston school have exceeded all expectations and set a new record for GCSE results.
Why Choose Cumbria?
Choose Cumbria aims to promote the area as a great place for employment and to grow your career with some of the largest international companies in the UK, with the lifestyle benefits to match.
Cumbria is more than its fells and lakes. There is a lot going on in Cumbria both for employment and for entertainment, with the added benefit of living in arguably the most perfect place in England.
Whatever you are looking for, there is something for everyone in Cumbria. Whatever your skill-level, you will find suitable employment in Cumbria, plus the lifestyle that suits you and your family.
Simon Rogan's restaurant L'Enclume in Cartmel has been crowned the best in the UK for the fourth year running by the Good Food Guide.
GSK has topped a list of companies which 'change the world'.
Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has submitted its bid proposals for Growth Deal 3 funding from central government.
Paper maker James Cropper has reported a “strong start” to 2016-17, with sales up 9.0 per cent on the same period last year.
As many as 5,500 jobs and £367m of investment could come to Cumbria if Ministers buy into an ambitious growth plan for the county.
Where Is Cumbria?
The Figures really stack up
Hannah was unsure what she wanted to do after gaining her A-levels, but her decision to stay in Cumbria and consider her options has led to a promising career in Finance.
Sophie is pursuing a promising legal career after graduating from the University of Cumbria with a First Class honours degree in law.
Aspiring artist Poppy plans to study at the University of Cumbria and develop her creative talents in the county.
Karl relocated to Cumbria in 2001 after starting his career at Sony in Bridgend, South Wales. He and his family are now enjoying being part of a fun and friendly community in the county.