Don't forget to pick up this week's Times & Star!
Last updated at 16:16, Tuesday, 21 May 2013
This week the Times & Star brings you a new-look second section.
TS2 will have all you need to help plan your weekend: the best in entertainment, a comprehensive what’s on guide and a new-look Cumbria Outdoors page.
New writer Howard Porter will introduce readers to the area’s best cycling routes. Howard, 46, of The Parklands, Cockermouth, became a cycling addict after an accident and is always out and about on his bike.
Our new Food & Drink page will feature recipes by Ricky and Emma from Zest in Whitehaven and a wine column by Nick Shill, owner of Shills of Station Street in Cockermouth, plus a weekly Eat Local guide to dining out.
New columnist Shelley Lofthouse will bring you a weekly sideways look at life as a single woman in West Cumbria.
Shelley, of Berwick Street, Workington, says: “Hi, I’m Shelley. I’m the same height as a 12-year-old, allergic to crayons and I’m a Libra!”
All your favourite regulars will still be here – Viv Paterson, How Michael, Viv Crow, Sue Tasker and Mike Rafferty.
Add to that the best mix of property, motors, jobs, celebrations and many more, and there’s no excuse not to pick up a copy of the Times & Star next week!
First published at 11:52, Friday, 17 May 2013
Published by http://www.timesandstar.co.uk
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