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Food market opens again

Cockermouth's beleaguered monthly food market will be revived tomorrow.

Last updated 25 April 2014
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New Aspatria festival gets thumbs up

toploader 1804 A new music festival in Aspatria has been given the go ahead – and organisers will put on buses to help people get home.

Last updated 25 April 2014
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VIDEO: Plea to vote for school's £80,000 classroom bid

A final rallying call has been made for people to get behind a secondary school and help it win an £80,000 classroom.

Last updated 25 April 2014
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A66 at Keswick reopens after two-vehicle crash A66

The A66 near Threlkeld has reopened after a two-vehicle crash this morning

Last updated 19 April 2014
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Restaurant now on the menu for cafe owners

lgcafe 1804 The owners of a Cockermouth cafe will open a new restaurant in the town next month.

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Doubts over new Aspatria rock festival

toploader 1804 A NEW West Cumbrian rock festival hangs in the balance after police and neighbours lodged a series of objections.

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Heat turned up in bid for lower energy bills

Tens of thousands of Workington homes and businesses could see big reductions in energy bills, thanks to a revolutionary new heating scheme being discussed next week.

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Petition protest over plan for more homes on estate

Work to extend a Workington housing estate is likely to start later this year.

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Old church has another new owner

christchurchwide1804 Maryport's iconic Christ Church has been sold again. (1 comment)

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Moon jellies light up aquarium

fpdlkfspf The star attractions at Maryport’s Lake District Coast Aquarium this weekend are a collection of adult moon jellyfish.

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Carnival is cancelled over town roadworks

MAJOR roadworks in Cockermouth have claimed another victim with the cancellation of the town’s 2014 summer carnival.

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Story Homes wants man to pay Deer Park costs

A Maryport man will be asked to pay the legal costs of housing developer Story Homes after his failed bid to stop it building a new estate at the town’s Deer Park. (6 comments)

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Plans for two more West Cumbrian solar parks

Plans for two huge solar power parks near Aspatria have been revealed. (1 comment)

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Electricity bill windfall for turbine neighbours

More than 300 people living close to the Tallentire wind farm near Cockermouth can apply for money off their electricity bills. (1 comment)

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Charity group hit by ban on hospital food

A Maryport charity group has been banned from donating food to the town’s hospital – because of health and safety concerns. (2 comments)

Last updated 18 April 2014
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St Bridget’s ceiling is back to its full glory

stbrid Work to repair the ceiling at Brigham’s parish church has been completed. (1 comment)

Last updated 18 April 2014
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Workington dad in 'gizza job' plea

wantswork1104a A Workington father-of-six has resorted to drastic action after struggling to find work over the past two years. (17 comments)

Last updated 15 April 2014
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Major blow in fight to save Cockermouth church

The future of Cockermouth’s All Saints Church hangs in the balance after a Christian group declined to take over the landmark building.

Last updated 11 April 2014
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Fishing fleet seascape is unveiled in Maryport

seascape 1104 Visitors to Maryport Maritime Museum will be the first to see a newly restored William Mitchell seascape. (1 comment)

Last updated 11 April 2014
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Workington leisure centre offers building opportunities

Construction companies interested in helping to build Workington’s new leisure centre can find out about available opportunities later this month.

Last updated 11 April 2014
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