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Potter throws last clay as Cockermouth shop is sold

potterjoan 2412 A Cockermouth potter has sold her Market Place business.

Last updated 24 December 2014
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Strictly Kirkgate raised £5,000 for Cockermouth arts centre project

The Kirkgate Centre’s hugely successful Strictly Kirkgate raised nearly £5,000 for its redevelopment fund.

Last updated 24 December 2014
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Oxfam musician raises £4,000 in Keswick

A musician who has been entertaining Oxfam shoppers in Keswick has raised more than £4,000 for charity.

Last updated 24 December 2014
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Plans to transform Seaton wildlife site

Steps to transform heathland at High Seaton into a nature reserve have moved forward.

Last updated 24 December 2014
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M-Sport wins council vote over Dovenby expansion plan

m-sportplan1 2412 Plans for a £19 million M-Sport research and development centre at Dovenby took a major step forward today. (8 comments)

Last updated 23 December 2014
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Go-ahead for 320-home Cockermouth estate

strawb1919MartinWest Controversial plans for a 320-home estate off Strawberry How Road in Cockermouth were approved last night after more than four hours of debate. (16 comments)

Last updated 19 December 2014
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Pupils' plea for new lollipop man or woman

lollipopkidsappeal1919 Children at a Workington school are appealing for someone to help them cross the road.

Last updated 19 December 2014
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Double retirement at Aspatria's Beacon Hill School

beaconretires 1912 Aspatria headteacher Julie Richardson yesterday called time on her 35-year career, saying she was leaving the “best job in the world”.

Last updated 19 December 2014
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Council services during festive period

Christmas and new year arrangements for Allerdale and county council services have been released.

Last updated 19 December 2014
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Anger at closure of town register office

The decision to close Cockermouth’s register office has been criticised by town councillors as “appalling”.

Last updated 19 December 2014
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Controversial Cockermouth housing estate plans given go ahead by Allerdale council

Controversial plans for a 320-home estate off Strawberry How Road in Cockermouth were approved last night after more than four hours of debate. (2 comments)

Last updated 18 December 2014
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West Cumbrian road closed as water main bursts

A water main has burst in Workington town centre and a major road has been closed.

Last updated 17 December 2014
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New footpath offers a safe shortcut to town’s hospital

footpathfront1212 Three Cockermouth councillors have rallied round to provide a safe shortcut for town residents walking to the hospital and leisure centre.

Last updated 17 December 2014
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School play is tribute to ‘wonderful father’

flimbyheadbook1212 Flimby Primary School’s Christmas production was extra special this year.

Last updated 12 December 2014
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Carnival blow over costs and lack of volunteers

Maryport's carnival will not be held next year, after the new committee was unable to attract enough volunteers. (1 comment)

Last updated 12 December 2014
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M-Sport planning meeting postponed

Controversial plans to create a £19 million research and development centre at M-Sport's Dovenby Hall base will not be debated by councillors today. (5 comments)

Last updated 9 December 2014
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Winder Hall shuts its doors after 12 years

nicklawlerNEW0512 A hotel near Cockermouth has closed after 12 years.

Last updated 5 December 2014
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Couple’s 3D pottery revolution

Joan3Dprinter0512 A Cockermouth couple have revealed a 3D clay printer that they have made after months of research and work.

Last updated 5 December 2014
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Bid to heat Workington pool using excess energy scheme

Excess energy from Workington factories could be used to heat the town’s new swimming pool. (5 comments)

Last updated 5 December 2014
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Final push for Cockermouth by Candelight

Final preparations are under way for the Cockermouth By Candlelight evening on Monday.

Last updated 5 December 2014
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