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Thursday, 02 October 2014

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Head over heels!

Grapplers at a new Egremont wrestling school could be on a fast track to the WWE big leagues.

In The Whitehaven News this week...

Four pages of Egremont Crab Fair coverage, including a rogues gallery of gurners. There is also a picture special of pupils making their education debut across Copeland, a first look inside the new Haig Mining Museum, St Bees students appearing on television and children at Ennerdale and Kinniside School celebrating Roald Dahl day!

Eskdale Show 2014

50068546W024.jpg THERE was fun for all the family at Eskdale's agricultural show on Saturday, September 27. View our slideshow and order prints from www.whitehaven-news.co.uk/pictures

Energy coast May 2014

EM Energy May 2014 front Click on the headline above to read the latest Energy supplement in e-edition format.

In Cumbria

EM In-Cumbria 11 front Click on the headline above to read the latest In Cumbria supplement in e-edition format.

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St Bees School's Science Day

50068635W011.jpg A science day for primary school pupils was held at St Bees School. Enjoy looking through our slideshow of pictures.


In the Whitehaven News' sports pages this week...

Wath Brow's U16 team are crowned Play-off Champions, Egremont run in seven tries to clinch victory over Kendal, Steven Smith bags a brace as Moresby win, the hound trailing title races is coming to a thrilling climax, local sailors take to the waves in memory of Bart and it's men v women in a football match with a twist.

Haven's 2014 fixtures

Craig Calvert photo All Whitehaven's Co-operative Championship and Challenge Cup fixtures and results for 2014.

Whitehaven carnivals of yesteryear

S761371.jpg THE carnivals of yesteryear were certainly lavish affairs. Take a step back in time and look at some images from the 1920s and 1930s that demonstrate how the crowds turned out for this annual highlight of the summer months

Double the fun at Millom

CEEXTRACOV2509 COMEDY fans are in for a treat in Millom as two of the country’s most popular stand-ups take to the stage next month.

Florence is a creative hub

florenceartpic3 A COLOURFUL art exhibit, Ground, is being held at Florence Arts Centre to show off its handmade pastels and how they could be used.

In The Archives

Taken back in time

Catherine Clark and Jacqueline Moore from Whitehaven Record Office and Local Studies Library on special activity sessions with an historic twist (6 comments)
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