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Developer told to pay for Harrington crossing

joanwright2012 A £50,000 pedestrian crossing and £37,000 improvements to Beckstone Primary School will be the benefits of a new 53-home estate in Harrington.

Last updated 22 December 2013
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New Cockermouth hospital will open on January 27

newhospitalupright2012 Cockermouth's £11 million community hospital will open on January 27.

Last updated 22 December 2013
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75 jobs will go as Workington's Tata Steel plant cuts back

Seventy-five jobs will be axed at Workington’s Tata Steel plant.

Last updated 22 December 2013
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Tributes paid to teen after body is found near golf club

callumchapman2012 The parents of a teenager who was found dead on a beach near Maryport have paid tribute to him.

Last updated 20 December 2013
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Main Street blow for Malcolm Wilson rally

Cockermouth has suffered another setback in its events programme for 2014 as the Malcolm Wilson Rally will not take place in the town.

Last updated 20 December 2013
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New chef at West Cumbrian riverside restaurant

honestlawyer2012 A chef who has worked in top hotels in Ambleside has started a new job in Cockermouth.

Last updated 19 December 2013
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Band’s event will strike a chord in memory of much-loved pair

townendpair2012 A gig will be held in Cockermouth next week in memory of brothers Niggy and Christian Townend, who died in a road accident three years ago.

Last updated 19 December 2013
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One of our reindeer is missing!

deermissingfgghf If you go down to the woods today...you may be in for a Christmas surprise.

Last updated 13 December 2013
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Nine jobs created as Workington store extends

nextoppensfggf Workington's Next store has created nine jobs with the opening of its new home furnishing department this week. (1 comment)

Last updated 13 December 2013
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Georgian Fair is off due to road revamp

kateparryfggf Next year’s Cockermouth Georgian Fair has been cancelled because of the planned redevelopment of the town’s Main Street. (6 comments)

Last updated 13 December 2013
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Mandela tribute at rugby get-together

rugbytony 1312 Workington MP Sir Tony Cunningham met some of the world’s top rugby players at the Houses of Parliament.

Last updated 13 December 2013
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Well look what I found in my living room

wellwellwell003 It's not every day you come across an 11ft deep well in your living room, but that’s what greeted a Seaton man when he was renovating his home.

Last updated 13 December 2013
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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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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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