AN INTERNATIONAL fast food chain has renewed interest in opening a restaurant and drive-through near a major Workington retail park.
COCKERMOUTH is back in business – and traders are keen to spread the word. (2 comments)
Hospice at Home West Cumbria highlighted a story a day to mark Hospice Care Week.
We have launched a campaign to find the unsung heroes and heroines in our community.
The latest technology has transformed Workington’s Helena Thompson Museum into a history hub for the modern generation.
A COCKERMOUTH woman’s plan to make a film about the town’s revival after the 2009 floods has struck a chord with local people, many of whom are keen to help.
SEATON Village Hall is flourishing thanks to a £25,000 refurbishment.
A Maryport girl has become the youngest qualified diver in Cumbria.
Villagers were this week shocked to hear that the only bus service going through Brigham and Greysouthen will be axed following a county council decision to withdraw subsidies. (7 comments)
A PIGEON named Poppy Flanders has become a little flying hero to the youngsters at Flimby Primary School.
People are being urged to use a voluntary social car scheme in response to bus service cuts in the Maryport area. (3 comments)
Generous staff at Allerdale council teamed up to cycle 286 miles in one day to raise funds for a campaign to help a young woman speak for the first time.
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