Over 1,000 young people from Cumbria will take part in National Citizen Service (NCS) to develop essential skills for work and life.
A study has found that being close to friends and family – and a sense of community – are among the things that keep people in Cumbria smiling.
The entire workforce of an Ulverston firm are now trained to deliver life-saving treatment thanks to a free training course led by firefighters.
A group of Ulverston apprentices have launched an asthma awareness campaign in memory of a talented young footballer.
Engineers from GSK Ulverston supported young disabled people by volunteering to help a charity spruce up its building and garden.
Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale have both been named as being among the 'Best Places to Live in Britain' by The Sunday Times.
The Lake District charity challenge returns this May.
Staff across the hospitals run by University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust give ‘Outstanding’ care according to a report by the CQC.
Talented musicians have raised £100 towards the charity Jo’s Appeal in a concert featuring recitals, monologues and songs from the musicals.
A West Cumbrian GP practice has been recognised as ‘outstanding’ following a recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
Apprentices are competing to become the apprentice team of the year in this year's Brathay Apprentice Challenge, run by the Ambleside-based charity.
Students and staff from across Furness College’s two campuses have raised hundreds of pounds to help others in the community at Christmas.
Kirkby Lonsdale is a runner up in a national competition to find the best village high street.
A community radio station that has gained an estimated 13,000 listeners across Furness is celebrating its first birthday on Wednesday, November 23.
Crucial support to transform the south of Carlisle with up to 10,000 new homes, schools, businesses and roads is being sought.