Dr Rod Harpin, medical director at North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust, confirmed the trust contacted police on January 4.

He added: ‘We immediately implemented our serious incident procedures and there is no indication that any patients have been adversely affected but we continue to monitor this closely.

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Police said that a 36-year-old woman from Carlisle has been arrested on suspicion of the supply of controlled drugs in connection with the incidents. Temporary Detective Inspector Colin Ritchie said: ‘We are continuing to remind people of the risks involved in taking any illegal substances or so-called legal highs – these can be life threatening.

‘It is believed that all five of these men admitted to hospital have taken a drug called Blue Valium.

It's enough to have traditionalists choking on their bangers and mash.

Cumberland sausages, made in Cumbria for 182 years and supplied to the Royal Family, will soon be made in Yorkshire.

An alternative has been suggested consisting of the same pen element meaning 'head, end, top' the equivalent of Welsh rhudd 'crimson'. Excavations in advance of an extension to Penrith Cemetery showed that the road survived better at the edges of the field.

Police are investigating after a number of saline bags were reportedly tampered with at a hospital in Carlisle.

Penrith was formerly the seat of both Penrith Urban and Rural District Councils.

From 1974 to 2015, Penrith had no town council of its own, and was an unparished area.

‘Patient safety is our absolute priority and we will continue to work closely with the police.’ Cumbria Police confirmed to the BBC that the hospital had reported the problem.