From the News and Star: Roman fort is found in the Lake District.
A Roman camp, said to be of national significance, has been discovered on the outskirts of Keswick.
The discovery, near the famous Castlerigg Stone Circle, is thought to date back to the first century and has solved a mystery spanning hundreds of years.
Historians always predicted there was a Roman presence in the Keswick area and now the underground remains of an ancient structure the size of eight football pitches has been found.
The site, two miles east of the town, was almost certainly a base for soldiers campaigning north of the Border or resting on their return.
The remarkable chance breakthrough came as [continue]