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Digital City

Social media and digital news, with Nick Turner. Keep up to date by reading July’s issue of Carlisle Living, on sale now.

July’s Bucket List

10 things to do this month, from a sex bomb to 16 angels… Don’t miss out! Buy July’s issue of Carlisle Living today!

Keeping Mum

Ellie, a 17-year-old William Howard sixth-former, wins Royal Television Society award for her exploration of her family’s past.


Forget the treadmill – it’s all about sledgehammers and baseball bats at Chrissy Holmes’ new fitness business, reports Eleanor Jary


Carlisle’s next business generation are making their mark – like Will Box and Jack Stamper building Stephenson’s Fruit and Veg. Kath Smart reports in the July issue of Carlisle Living


University of Cumbria Education Graduation Ball; Art & Design degree Show; Richard Rose Sixth Form College Final Farewell; Women Police Celebration; Sandra Boyd’s 50th; Lloyds Bank charity quiz; Cumbria Corporate Golf Challenge; Rotary Club Quiz; Networking Lunch with Ian McCafferty;…


Sara Valentin finds a gastronomic gem in the middle of Rickerby Park. Read the review in the July issue of Carlisle Living.


The 12-year-old tennis player, who trains at Chatsworth Club, is a rising star who dreams of Wimbledon glory. Read all about him in the July issue. On sale now.


The former Stanwix Medical Practice has been turned into three luxurious properties by interior designer Clair Fidler, who loved the homes so much she kept one for herself. Jane Loughran finds out more in the July issue of Carlisle Living.

Alice in Wonderland

Alice Fearn’s route to stardom started in a Christmas concert at her Caldbeck primary school and has taken her all the way to London’s West End, where her roles have included Princess Fiona in Shrek and Fantine in Les Misérables. Read her…

Out on the town

Thousands attend Cumbria pride for its second bash in the city centre. Picture special in the July issue

Stuart Pearce

A word with… Stuart Pearce. The owner of The Edge hair salon grew up under the poverty line in Raffles but hard work led him to run his own business from a young age. Jane Loughran meets up with Stuart in…

Go for the glow

Tara Hedley’s passion for ‘eating clean’, with a diet full of healthy foods free from processed nasties has led her to start her own business, Halo Wholefoods, which she runs from her home in Wigton. Find out more in the…