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Cum·bri·a

 (kŭm′brē-ə)
An ancient Celtic kingdom of northwest England. The southern part came under Anglo-Saxon control c. 944; the northern portion passed to Scotland in 1018.

Cum′bri·an adj. & n.

Cumbrian

(ˈkʌmbrɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Cumbria or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Cumbria
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The 2015 Cumbrian Challenge, organised by Walking With The Wounded, takes place on May 16.
The Cumbrian Mountain Express will leave on Saturday for the spectacular Settle & Carlisle Railway, picking up at Runcorn, Broad Green, St Helens Central and Wigan North Western stations.
He urged Cumbrian companies to present their latest technology ideas and developments to Japan.
Alfred Wainwright described the route from the Cumbrian coast to Robin Hood's Bay as "one of the world's great walks".
Young's parent, Lion Capital, bought Cumbrian Seafoods and Border Laird out of administration in December.
The next Daily Post & Echo steam excursion is the Cumbrian Mountain Express on Saturday, August 20, hauled by No 6201 Princess Elizabeth, built at Crewe in 1933.
Cumbrian Seafoods, which operates from a state-of-the-art plant in Seaham, County Durham, has been listed alongside some of the biggest names in food manufacturing in the new list.
Summary: The cost of the floods has been revealed on the first anniversary of the Cumbrian floods.
From PS85pp The Cumbrian Coast Express Steam along the Cumbrian Coast.
The Cumbrian Challenge is held in Grasmere every year and is organised by charity Walking With The Wounded.
Choose from homemade burgers, excellent steak pie, local Cumberland sausage or a Cumbrian ham platter.
The Lakeland Book of the Year award has this year been received by Ian Tyler for his work, 'Cumbrian Mining' - an account of life in the mines under the Cumbrian Fells.