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Friday, 22 August 2014

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HAVE YOUR SAY: £300m West Cumbrian water supply move to save mussels

United Utilities has confirmed that the protection of freshwater mussels is the reason it is spending around £300 million as an alternative to taking water supplies from Ennerdale.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Maryport mourns rugby player who died in Eastbourne Pier fall

piertributeeeeeeeeeeeeee The death of Maryport man Stephen Penrice has stunned the close-knit community where he was well known as a rugby player and member of the Netherhall club. (1 comment)

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Seaton Brownies exhibition brings back memories for Mary

oldbrownie2208b Glancing through old photos, pocket books and memorabilia brought back fond memories for one of Seaton’s earliest Brownies.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Blencathra hopes are still high

blencathdebbie 0905 Talks over the future of Blencathra have paused.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Business booming for Claire's Cockermouth coffee shop

dfojisdfokdsfokfoksf A Cockermouth woman has reopened a town cafe with the help of her family.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Facelift for Workington Hall if council can stump up the £300,000

workihall2208 Repair work could be carried out on Workington Hall in the coming weeks – if funding can be found.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Call for action in Cockermouth over huge trees

treeproblems2208 People living on a Cockermouth street say that huge, overgrown trees are making their lives a misery.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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No compensation over Cockermouth roadworks

Struggling traders in Cockermouth can still apply for money off their business rates, but have been told that no compensation will be coming their way. (1 comment)

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Bid to move disability charity to Workington town hall

mallyon2208jf Plans for a West Cumbrian charity to move into Workington Town Hall have been revealed.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Hope for threatened Maryport fish plant

There are hopes that Maryport’s threatened Brookside fish plant could be saved.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Run, Lucy, run... Harrington woman plans more events

50066985T000 A Harrington woman will attempt her first half-marathon on her birthday.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Seven-week Roman dig to begin in Cockermouth

A major Roman dig is due to start in Cockermouth next week.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Workington roadworks get under way

The first phase of a six-month scheme to upgrade gas mains pipes under Workington’s town centre roads began this week.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Colourful Keswick gardens are rewarded with in bloom prizes

Secret gardens, colourful flowers and luscious lawns were all part of this year’s Keswick in Bloom awards.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Great Clifton club rewards members for attendance

fridayclub2208a Members of an alternative Sunday School have been awarded certificates for their attendance this term.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Interest in former fire HQ in Cockermouth

The former fire headquarters building in Cockermouth is attracting strong interest from potential buyers, its owner said.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Silloth’s successful half-marathon

halfmarrathon22084 Nearly 100 runners took to the sands for Silloth’s second annual half-marathon. (1 comment)

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Quiz question sparks fury in Maryport

Maryport Town Council is facing a backlash after a question about the Aquila fishing boat tragedy was included in a quiz at a children’s fun day.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Flimby boiler drama woman loses her husband and dog within weeks

reesdog2208 A Flimby man has died just weeks after he was taken to hospital after being forced from his home by a fire.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Thieves smash church's World War One window

A World War One remembrance window in a Maryport church has been smashed by vandals.

Last updated 18 August 2014
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