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Meet the shortlisted organisations vying for your vote in our Community Choices campaign.
You can make a difference to worthy causes operating in Allerdale and Copeland who hope to win funding through the first Community Choices campaign.
All aboard! Why not hop on the bus to support your favourite worthy causes in the inaugural Community Choices campaign?
Superman stopped off in Egremont to help primary school students support a bid to bring Taste Cumbria to the Crab Fair.
It's time to reveal the shortlist of worthy causes operating in Allerdale and Copeland who hope to win funding through the first Community Choices campaign.
Orgill students Ellie Redshaw, Molly Pater, Carlton Atkinson, Matilda Rogers and Sophie Smith
Talented gymnasts from Orgill are celebrating after taking first place in a primary school competition.
More than £3,000 has been raised for this year’s anniversary Egremont Crab Fair - and even more is set to roll in as a Johnny Cash tribute comes to town.
Anniversary Crab Fair celebrations have received a boost after the town council donated £10,000 to the cause.
Egremont Crab Fair Santa on tour around the town.
Sleigh bells have been ringing across Egremont as Santa and his elves spent a week visiting children to hear their Christmas wishes.
SANTA'S sleigh will complete its trip around Egremont this week to help raise money for the anniversary Crab Fair.
Niamh Rudd meets the fire service's mascot Welephant
Sisters Brianna and Olivia Gardener with Santa and two of his elves
Richard Hitchin has fun on the roundabout
Siblings Sophie and Lewis Whittaker with Jo Haigh who was the Elvin face painter
A winter wonderland descended upon Egremont as Santa and his helpers brought festive fun to a fire service fundraiser.
Happy Cumbria Day! Here are our 40 reasons why the county is a great place to live and reasons why we should be proud of the area.
SANTA'S sleigh will visit Egremont this month to help raise money for the anniversary Crab Fair.
Firefighters will transform the town's fire station into a winter wonderland to celebrate Christmas.
A DERELICT building on the Market Place is set to become a hotel - and work should get underway next year.
Mark Summers performs Elvis Legacy
Mark Summers performs Elvis Legacy
AN award-winning Elvis tribute act will be performing live in Egremont next week to raise funds for the town's historic Crab Fair.
AN ELVIS tribute will help to raise funds for Egremont Crab Fair's 750th anniversary.
Atlas of Oddities, a new children's non-fiction book, includes Egremont Crab Fair.
An entertaining children's atlas showing off unusual and interesting traditions has included Egremont's Crab Fair.
New members are needed to help Egremont's Crab Fair committee plan for next year's 750th anniversary.
Revellers flocked from as far as London and Glasgow to compete in the World Gurning Championships at Egremont Crab Fair but it was Adrian - from Coventry - who claimed the title.
Gurning pupils at St Bridget's School, Egremont
REVELLERS flocked to Egremont last night as the 749th Crab Fair got under way with live music and a fancy dress wheelbarrow race.
Thousands of revellers are expected to pour into Egremont as the Crab Fair returns for its 749th year.
The three Raku bowls cause the sawdust to burst in to flame after being taking out of the kiln for the smoking process during the Raku firing and glazing workshop.
George King inspects the Raku bowl he helped to clean after the smoking process.
Margie Foots and Pam Eilbeck show us the Other World masterpieces they created during the art and painting workshop.
Brothers Oliver, left and George King with two of the Raku bowls made during the Raku firing and glazing workshop.
Siobhan Miles-Moore gets help from youngster Oliver King to clean the burned sawdust from Raku bowl after the smoking process.
RAKU firing and drawing workshops were held in Egremont as artists got creative for C-Art.
Last year's World Gurning Champion Gordon Blacklock.
STUNT shows, live music and gurning are all part of the entertainment as Egremont Crab Fair returns for its 749th year.
Egremont Crab Fair's greasy pole
SHARE your memories and view old pictures of Egremont Crab Fair each Tuesday next month.
Coun Lena Hogg
Frustrated teenagers have hit back at accusations of anti-social behaviour in Egremont.
Worried residents have raised concerns over potential arson attacks on a replacement recycling site in West Cumbria.
The recycling site in Egremont has been relocated and reopened this week, after arson attacks forced the council facility to close.
HELPING THE HELPERS: Felicity Watson, second left her husband Ian and friends Sandra Stilling, left and Marie Rooney have raised over £2,000 at the Egremont Farmers Market for Hospice at Home West Cumbria
THOUSANDS of pounds have been raised for local causes through the monthly farmers, craft and fairtrade market.
THE 749-year-old Egremont Crab Fair is set to continue despite a “severe” shortfall in funding, says the fair’s chairman.