The Westmorland Show will give the public the chance to raise their concerns about the area's policing with a commissioner.

Mike Johnson, Cumbria's Deputy Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (DPFCC), has asked people to visit him during the event to discuss their concerns.

He will be at the showground on both days (September 13 and 14) with Get Safe Online, an international organisation designed to provide local people with information on how to stay safe online.

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Mr Johnson said: "As a rural county, engaging with our communities is incredibly important.

"The Westmorland Show provides me with the opportunity to speak to those who live and work in our beautiful countryside about how we, as Police and Fire, best serve our communities."

The Get Safe Online stand will be situated next to the Cumbria Constabulary and Cumbria Fire and Rescue service.