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Workington pub granted 4.30am licence

A Workington pub will be allowed to remain open until 4.30am on the weekend before Christmas.

Last updated 10 December 2013
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Workington newsagent top Lottery fund-raiser

jamesshop 1312 A WORKINGTON newsagent has become the National Lottery’s top fund-raising independent retailer in the UK.

Last updated 10 December 2013
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Coal mining memorial planned for town centre

A memorial to West Cumbria’s coal mining heritage is planned for Workington town centre.

Last updated 6 December 2013
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Free surprise as Julie says it with flowers

townflowers0612 A Workington florist is about to spread a bit of Christmas cheer with a random act of kindness today.

Last updated 6 December 2013
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‘Three-year wait’ for disc parking on Cockermouth street

Residents whose lives have been blighted by parking on a busy Cockermouth road have been told it will be at least three years before it can be considered for disc parking. (2 comments)

Last updated 6 December 2013
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Council pair offer £9,000 to end years of misery for bus passengers

Bus shelters will be erected on Cockermouth Main Street, ending years of misery for passengers.

Last updated 6 December 2013
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Cockermouth Beer Festival goes down a treat

beer3 0612 This year’s Cockermouth Beer Festival has raised £7,500 for charity.

Last updated 6 December 2013
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New lease of life for historic Workington pub

curwen 0612 A well-known Workington landlord has bought the town’s dilapidated Curwen Arms.

Last updated 6 December 2013
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Author’s visit to school is no fantasy

bookman 0612 Pupils at a Workington school met an award-winning fantasy author.

Last updated 6 December 2013
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Fallen tree closes main West Cumbria road

The A595 near Belle Vue roundabout at Papcastle, near Cockermouth, has been closed due to a fallen tree.

Last updated 5 December 2013
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Council facing inquiry into collusion claim

An allegation of collusion is behind a review into Allerdale council planning procedures.

Last updated 29 November 2013
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Low-cost meals will help tackle poverty

Plans to tackle poverty and improve life on a Maryport estate have been welcomed by town doctors. (1 comment)

Last updated 29 November 2013
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Charity night for hotel man's first quarter of a century

hunday 2911 A West Cumbrian hotelier celebrated 25 years in the trade – and the start of a new era – by hosting a dinner in aid of the Great North Air Ambulance.

Last updated 29 November 2013
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Award for dedicated service to school

byemiss 2911 A Cockermouth woman has been given a long service award after 35 years at a town school.

Last updated 29 November 2013
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Smartphone app helps lost walker

A mobile phone app helped members of Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team find a walker today.

Last updated 26 November 2013
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Main Cockermouth roads reopen after woman knocked over

Cockermouth crash scene photo Three main Cockermouth roads were shut for more than two and a half hours after a woman was knocked over.

Last updated 22 November 2013
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Cockermouth hotel does Christmas just like Posh and Becks

andy troutlights1 A Cockermouth hotel has drafted in decorators who’ve worked for David and Victoria Beckham to spruce it up for Christmas. (1 comment)

Last updated 22 November 2013
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Pupils take nostalgic trip down wartime track

evax2211jf2 Pupils from St Patrick’s School in Workington became evacuees as part of a topic on World War Two.

Last updated 22 November 2013
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Jennings is Cocker Hoop with beer award

bestbeer2211jf Jennings Brewery in Cockermouth has had one of its beers named as the best in Europe.

Last updated 22 November 2013
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Workington's Helena Thompson needs votes for TV jackpot

htm2211jf Workington's Helena Thompson Museum needs you!

Last updated 22 November 2013
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