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West Cumbrian school feels a chill for a good cause

ice3 1209 Pupils at Allonby Primary School paid more than £50 last Friday to see staff members soaked in the ice bucket challenge.

Last updated 12 September 2014
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A new start for apprentices

Gen2Oliver1209 Two-hundred West Cumbrian youngsters have taken the next step towards their long-term careers by starting apprenticeships with training provider Gen2.

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Testing smells at West Cumbria factory

A Workington facility that tests dead farm stock has been told to address concerns about odour from its premises. (4 comments)

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Fury over possible sale of war memorial land

Cockermouth's war memorial faces relocation if the town’s former fire headquarters are sold. (5 comments)

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Talks continue over Workington slag banks crucifix

crossman2208 A controversial crucifix which overlooks Workington has been granted a brief reprieve as talks continue about its fate. (21 comments)

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Sea Cadets band told to pipe down

cadetsband 1209 Workington Sea Cadets have been gagged because they are making too much noise. (9 comments)

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Robbery at Cumbrian beauty salon

Ego Salon Police shut off a Cumbrian street after a robbery at a beauty salon.

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Hunger for homes on controversial estate

The clamour for new homes in Cockermouth is at a high, as more than 100 people say they want to move into a controversial new estate planned at Strawberry How.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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Unusual timepiece is the star lot at auction

A rare astronomical clock will be the star lot at Mitchells Auction House in Cockermouth next week.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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Last school day for Joan

joanellis 0509 Cockermouth School’s development manager Joan Ellis has retired.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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Lottery backing for groups’ World War One drama

lottodrama 0509 Two drama groups are celebrating after their bid for lottery funding was not only accepted but also increased by £2,000.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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First day for West Cumbria's University Technical College

UTC0509Talisker West Cumbria’s newest education centre opened its doors to students this week.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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Emergency services attend house fire in Workington

A MAN is being treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire in Workington.

Last updated 4 September 2014
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Cockermouth road closure announced

A temporary road closure will be put in place on Cockermouth Main Street tomorrow.

Last updated 3 September 2014
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Owners speak out in Cockermouth trees row

treewoman2 2908 A Cockermouth couple who own some of the trees overhanging Towers Lane are baffled as to why none of the upset residents approached them about the problems they were encountering.

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Fight continues for Angel of the West in Workington

crossman2208 A Workington man says he still has fight in him yet after being ordered to pull down a tribute to his wife which he erected without planning permission. (20 comments)

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Lottery blow for Cockermouth war commemorations

A Cockermouth group set up to mark the First World War centenary has been dealt a cash blow just days after being told that its £32,000 bid for lottery funding had been successful. (3 comments)

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Cockermouth Main Street dug up again after sewer collapse

sewercollapse2908 PART of Cockermouth’s Main Street is being dug up again following a sewer collapse – just weeks after the road was resurfaced following extensive work. (1 comment)

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Dancewear shop set to open in Workington

dancewear 2908 Two West Cumbrian mums hope to get toes tapping when they open a dancewear shop in Workington next week.

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Cockermouth care home launches tea shop

daltoncourt 2908 A dingy unused room has been transformed into a pretty, pastel-coloured tea shop which opens today at a Cockermouth care home.

Last updated 29 August 2014
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