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Joyce discovers the delights of computing

celongcake IT and computing has always been a factor in Joyce Longcake’s career. The 50-year-old worked as a project office manager at Sellafield where, as part of her role, she would use databases almost daily.

Last updated 25 March 2009
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Honours for Daniel and Lizzie’s achievements

cenacro TWO WEST Cumbrian youngsters have received special awards from a crime reduction charity. Daniel Rafferty, 20, of Whitehaven, and Lizzie Beattie, 16, of Seaton, were presented with the awards at the Nacro (National Association for Care and Rehabilitation of Offenders) centre in Workington.

Last updated 25 March 2009
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Success at the double for the jewellery twins

cehodg AT only 16 years old, the Hodgson twins are arguably the youngest business owners in West Cumbria. They have done what most people only ever dream of doing and set up their own business.

Last updated 18 February 2009
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The dawn of a new career for Sellafield late-starter

cedawnsenior AT the age of 47, Dawn Senior is the embodiment of the saying that you are never too old to learn. She has just started a degree in business management through the University of Cumbria and – via her position as soft services and health and safety manager for Dalkia at Sellafield – encourages colleagues to take a wide range of educational courses.

Last updated 18 February 2009
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PROFILE

ceellybates ELLY Bates is the face of apprenticeship recruitment for Salterbeck’s Alcan Packaging plant. How did she become such a significant member of the company’s HR team?

Last updated 18 February 2009
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How Paul got life back on track

cepaullee WHEN Paul Lee was prosecuted for fraud he thought he would struggle to get his life back on track and return to normality. But when the consequences of his actions sunk in he was determined to change and with the help of the team at the Trades Hall Centre he turned his life around.

Last updated 21 January 2009
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Gilly’s stable profession gives way to a career with horses

gillyfraser0512 ALMOST 22 years to the day since joining Border TV, stalwart Gilly Fraser left the station to take up a new job with her first love – horses. The 51-year-old presenter, a well-known face for viewers of Lookaround, left ITV on December 3 last year– ahead of Border’s planned closure.

Last updated 21 January 2009
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Simon says – ‘Stick to your guns and go for it’

cesimonfut A FORMER Workington butcher never thought he was cut out for an academic life but Simon Philips is carving out a healthy future for himself after returning to college. The 21-year-old, of Douglas Road, admits he was the joker of the class at Stainburn School but he has been chosen as a young person role model by Cumbria Higher Learning.

Last updated 21 January 2009
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GETTING SERIOUS ABOUT PARTIES

ceparty03 WHEN Lorraine Anderson-Cole ended her career in nursing, her passion to make a change and embark on a new venture for herself has meant she now owns one of Cumbria’s most unusual businesses.

Last updated 21 January 2009
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Energus begins to take shape on the horizon

ceenergusart ENERGUS is fast taking shape at Lillyhall and those early artist’s impressions can now be seen in a new light as the fabric of the building takes place. With an official opening being planned for the summer, everyone is busy not just finishing and kitting-out the building, but designing and delivering the services Energus will provide.

Last updated 21 January 2009
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Creating expertise that’s unrivalled across world

cegilmore COMPANIES in West Cumbria who look to secure nuclear contracts are well aware of the high standards of safety and environmental protection that are necessary to be a successful contractor.

Last updated 21 January 2009
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‘Make that step and access the help, because it is out there’

celisa THE Return to Work programme has proved an outstanding success for national training provider Routes to Work.

Last updated 19 November 2008
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MP toasts our young achievers

cerath03 FOB watches, pen sets and personal organisers were among the tokens presented to West Cumbrian teenagers at Rathbone training centre on October 31.

Last updated 19 November 2008
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Denis helps to get safer motorcyclists on the road

cetrainrite AS Trainrite’s first bike instructor, Denis Hetherington fully expected to be transporting students to Carlisle’s Test Centre from October when it was planned that the Workington Test Centre would close.

Last updated 22 October 2008
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Help for would-be entrepreneurs

CEJERRYBENNETT WEST Cumbrian entrepreneurs were given the chance to turn their dreams into reality at a business ideas workshop last week.

Last updated 22 October 2008
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Women build bigger role in construction industry

cekendrick02 CONSTRUCTION is the United Kingdom’s biggest industry, with two million people already at work in more than 700 different types of jobs.

Last updated 24 September 2008
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St Begh’s CDC

REMEMBER, ‘today is the first day of the rest of your life’ – so do something positive now!

Last updated 20 August 2008
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Whitehaven Adult Education Centre

RIGHT in the heart of our community is a substantial adult education provider – Whitehaven Adult Education.

Last updated 20 August 2008
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All Saints Learning Centre

FOR OVER 10 years All Saints’ Learning Centre in Cockermouth has offered learning opportunities to the people of West Cumbria. During that time, hundreds of people have picked up new skills.

Last updated 20 August 2008
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THE new-look Your Cumbria brochure containing details of all Adult Education courses in the autumn term will be coming through your letterbox in August.

Last updated 20 August 2008
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