NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.
Amy Brown is the new beautician at Pure Touch Beauty in Cockermouth. Pic Tom Kay
South Lakeland District Council SLDC logo
Head of operations at Kiltane, Isobel Lane (right), and head of e-commerce at Ness Clothing, Lynne Dickson
Next in The Lanes, Carlisle.
The new Carrs Billington store in Ayr.
The British Computer Society has a new branch.
CN Hackathon event at the Brampton Rd campus of the University of Cumbria where students and staff from CN group came together to think creatively about engaging readers from the 16-34 age group. CN creative editor Chelsea Plunkett (L), University of Cumbria student Ben Wangenye and CN advertising executive Emma Wilkinson.
Karen Yates, new solicitor at Napthens.
Aga shop in Carlisle city centre which is to close down this week. WEDNESDAY 22nd MARCH
Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during Prime Minister's Questions
A British Home Stores shop
The James Cropper paper making factory at Burneside, near Kendal, Cumbria.
Nick Henry, chief executive of James Fisher.
George Beveridge, of Cumbria LEP.
Chris Harrison of Waulkmill, Westerkirk.
Trevor Morris, of Tax Assist Accountants.
Dan Towers and Oliver Warnes
Marketing and communication manager Claire Benson at Inspira, Barrow
Furness College team in London for the Chartered Institution for Further Education admissions ceremony at Apothecaries' Hall.
Staff from Cumbrian Stone Ltd , winners of the CN Business Boost, at their headquarters in Penrith.
Pictured in front of a primary stone saw cutting a block of sandstone are managers (FRONT L-R) - Mike Morland, Sam Morris and Carol Graham, with staff behind them.
Plans showing the proposed new hangar and various buildings at Walney Airfield