We think it’s important to share real stories of the people and businesses that make up our community, from our customers and colleagues to community groups, and the places and spaces they rely on. These people and their stories make us who we are.
In Simon's spare time he is a trustee and treasurer of Savings Saints Rescue.
When he's not at his desk, Scott is hard at work helping to restore a historic woodland near Coniston.
Naomi dedicates around 100 hours per month to helping young people gain skills and qualifications, confidence and have fun.
The Cumberland is working with Owl Blue to care for its people’s mental health.
Food banks and food-related FareShare projects across Cumbria and Lancashire will be able to broaden their range thanks to kind-hearted Cumberland customers.
With funding from The Cumberland, Ian installed solar panels on his bungalow to help make his home more sustainable.
A summer activity club for families in the South Lakes is getting a welcome boost thanks to The Cumberland's Kinder kind of Kitchen initiative.
An expert in crisis planning, Christine is now using her skills during her spare time to help the British Red Cross as an Emergency Response Volunteer.
Darcy gives up endless hours of her free time to coach seven and eight year olds at Gillford Park FC.
We’re inspired by Winnie’s approach – managing her own mental health whilst striving to support and encourage others too.
For 30 years Kevin had thought about being a police officer. His life went in a different direction, working in the legal profession, enjoying family life, and joining the Cumberland.
Children from Carlisle were out in force to join the fight to protect Cumbria’s iconic red squirrels, and mark a £25,000 donation to Cumbria Wildlife Trust from the Cumberland Building Society.