We've finished posting news and other items from around the county for today, and this week.
Here's a reminder of some of today's developments:
- Cumbria's police said they had played their part in a week-long national operation against county lines drug dealers, arresting seven people in various parts of the county and recovering quantities of class A drugs
- And officers warned drinkers to "walk away from trouble" as a Carlisle mother-of-two started a lengthy jail sentence after she and her husband were involved in trouble in a pub in the city
- And if you're shopping in Kendal's Asda and you see a tall, dark-haired chap in a brown shopworker's coat, checking the stock in the display of locally-supplied meat, shake him by the hand, because he's just been given a national award for his lifetime contribution to British farming.
Have a very good weekend.