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West Cumbrian woman given new lease of life thanks to exercise programme

dsangeladan1504 A Workington woman has been given a new lease of life since she joined a student-led fitness programme at Lillyhall’s Lakes College.

Last updated 14 April 2011
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Cockermouth's new £11m hospital plan gets go-ahead

Cockermouth's new £11m hospital has been given the go-ahead.

Last updated 14 April 2011
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Fewer emergency operations at West Cumberland Hospital

Fewer emergency operations are to be carried out at Whitehaven’s West Cumberland Hospital but medics will carry out more planned procedures there.

Last updated 24 March 2011
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Cumbrian carer hails Crossroads help as a turning point

carers A woman from the Maryport area who looks after her elderly mother has welcomed news that a carers charity organisation will expand into West Cumbria.

Last updated 17 March 2011
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Family celebrate West Cumbrian eight-year-old’s gift of life

Langcake family Maryport eight-year-old Nathan Langcake looks like any other youngster as he kicks a ball around the garden with his friends.

Last updated 10 March 2011
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Fears that hospital pharmacy will damage Cockermouth trade

briantrengove1103 Plans for a new pharmacy at Cockermouth’s cottage hospital have sparked fears that the town centre will suffer.

Last updated 10 March 2011
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West Cumbrian GP surgeries run low on flu vaccines

Some West Cumbrian GPs are running low on flu vaccines after a post-Christmas surge of appointments as the winter flu bug takes hold.

Last updated 6 January 2011
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Michelle’s message of hope despite breast cancer at 23

michelle steele A Flimby woman is one of the youngest people in the county to have been diagnosed with breast cancer. (5 comments)

Last updated 10 December 2010
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Hopes that new Maryport community hospital will go ahead

MARYPORT doctors say they are optimistic that the town will get a new community hospital, despite Government cuts. (3 comments)

Last updated 4 November 2010
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Rehabilitation centre launched in Maryport

A NEW rehabilitation centre to help keep patients mobile was launched at Maryport Community Hospital this week.

Last updated 4 November 2010
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Mums in West Cumbria become breast feeding mentors

A GROUP of West Cumbrian parents has successfully completed a course to help new mums learn about the benefits of breast feeding.

Last updated 4 November 2010
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A mayor’s tale – of cancer survival

Bob Hardon After a tough nine months battling prostate cancer, Allerdale mayor Bob Hardon is raising awareness of the disease across West Cumbria.

Last updated 21 October 2010
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Big response at cancer screening

prostate cancer Nearly 300 men attended The Wave Centre in Maryport last Thursday to be tested for prostate cancer.

Last updated 14 October 2010
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Brides ball to raise money for hospice at home

brides 1709 Women across West Cumbria will dust off their wedding dresses for a charity Brides’ Ball next week.

Last updated 16 September 2010
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West Cumbria £11 million community hospital given go ahead

FIFTY FIVE new jobs will be created after plans for a new £11m cottage hospital in Cockermouth were given the go-ahead yesterday.

Last updated 15 September 2010
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Public misled over fluoride in West Cumbrian water

PEOPLE in West Cumbria have been misled for four years about whether chemicals have been added to drinking water. (10 comments)

Last updated 10 September 2010
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Injuries lose Maryport NHS services £60,000

MARYPORT Health Services is losing up to £60,000 a year because people are bypassing its local minor injuries unit to use main accident and emergency units at Whitehaven and Carlisle instead. (4 comments)

Last updated 2 September 2010
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New Keswick care home plan could create 50 jobs

ABOUT 50 jobs will be created if plans for a £3 million residential care home in Keswick go ahead. (2 comments)

Last updated 2 September 2010
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Maryport hospital sees the light after friends make donation to theatre

theatrelights0608 MARYPORT’S cottage hospital has been given a £6,000 theatre lamp by its league of friends.

Last updated 5 August 2010
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Therapists in Cockermouth get £10,000 to keep helping flood victims

A THERAPY group in Cockermouth has been given £10,000 from Cumbria’s flood recovery fund to continue its popular sessions until November 2011.

Last updated 5 August 2010
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