We've now finished posting news, travel reports, a regular weather forecast and other nuggets from the life of Cumbria for today, and this week. Here's a reminder of today's main developments:
Hundreds of motorcyclists who volunteer to carry urgently-needed blood supplies For the NHS came to Cumbria to act as an escort for the funeral cortege of one of their own, Russell Curwen from Kendal, who was killed in a crash in Lancaster while on a late night mission.
One of the many who lined the roads said the cavalcade took 20 minutes to pass down the A65.
- Elsewhere, the axe was swinging at Holker Street as the family who own Barrow's football team started what they called "a dramatic transformation" to get the club on to a financially sustainable footing;
- And in a move that once might have been unthinkable, the Lake District National Park Authority seemed prepared to favour a cable car in the Vale of Keswick.
We'll be back on Monday to do it all again. If there's news you think we should know or you want to share a photo you've taken in the county, let us know by sending an email, on Facebook, or on Twitter.
Have a very good weekend.