We've now finished posting news and other interesting items from Cumbria for today and this week.
Here's a reminder of some of today's developments:
- Keswick town councillors and Lake District National Park senior staff are accusing each other of ignoring public opinion over whether a popular trail along a former railway, torn apart by Storm Desmond, should be sealed with a bitumen surface as part of the repairs
- Barrow footballers were preparing to try to equal a record that has stood for more than 100 years, and win eight league games in a row
- And Carlisle councillors called for a special reception area for dog owners, after the council leader spent time caring for a homeless man's Jack Russell outside the Civic Centre while he went in to an appointment.
Have a very good weekend.