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Monday, 20 April 2015

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Trevor’s photography hobby soars to even greater heights

trevorpic 1704 This stunning photograph of balloons over the Turkish countryside, taken by a Cockermouth man, has finished 13th out of 22,000 entries in a national competition.

Last updated 17 April 2015
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Computer helps Laura in her bid to communicate

lauraspeaks1704 An Aspatria woman is making steady progress in her bid to speak for the first time in her life.

Last updated 17 April 2015
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Drive for new volunteers for vital car service

voluntarydriver1704a A vital service which provides transport for people in Cockermouth and surrounding villages needs more drivers.

Last updated 17 April 2015
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Lady Egremont reveals aim to nurture her family roots

ladyeg 0304 Lady Egremont, a garden designer by profession, is keen to share her expertise with Cockermouth.

Last updated 10 April 2015
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Cricket club fury at Uppies and Downies damage

uppiesdamage1004 Workington Cricket Club’s chairman has pleaded with players of the town’s Uppies and Downies game to show more respect during the mass football event. (2 comments)

Last updated 10 April 2015
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Jasmine sheds hair for cancer cash

jasminefront0304 A Workington teenager whose family was touched by cancer is due to reach 10 times her fund-raising target after she had her head shaved for charity.

Last updated 10 April 2015
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Homes for 'vulnerable people' plan in Workington sparks petition

A petition has been launched to stop a charity’s plan to convert a listed Workington town centre building into homes for the vulnerable. (1 comment)

Last updated 10 April 2015
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Workington's Uppies regain pride in first match of 2015 series

uppies 5 Dean Norris brought back pride to Workington's Uppies when he became the first to hail the ball in the 2015 mass football series. (1 comment)

Last updated 9 April 2015
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West Cumbria teenager is a born survivor

martinataylor0304 A Cockermouth teenager is so determined to make the most of life that she has signed up for a challenging charity assault course tomorrow with the help of family and friends.

Last updated 3 April 2015
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Allotments purchase stalls over £35,000 cost fears

robmccracken0304 A move to secure Seaton’s Lowca Lane allotments site, which could cost up to £35,000, has attracted criticism of the parish council over the length of time being taken over the issue. (10 comments)

Last updated 3 April 2015
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Tommy’s Story is on stage

tommy Final rehearsals are taking place for a play written by a Cockermouth woman to mark the First World War centenary.

Last updated 3 April 2015
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Diggers see finds in all their glory

dig3 0304 A Cockermouth woman who discovered many pieces of a beautiful ancient bowl, while volunteering on an archaeological dig at Papcastle, was delighted to see it reconstructed and on show this week.

Last updated 3 April 2015
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Poet Jessica follows in Wordsworth’s footsteps

daff1 0304 A Cockermouth girl has been named the county’s best young poet at the age of 13.

Last updated 3 April 2015
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Jasmine aims to be a cut above for cancer research

jasminehair0304 A Workington teenager whose family was touched by cancer has smashed her fund-raising target for cancer research twice in two weeks.

Last updated 3 April 2015
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Charity bike ride next week

konradbike2703 A former Workington mayor has invited people to join him on a charity “Tour de West Cumbria” next Saturday.

Last updated 27 March 2015
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Kirstie’s cash support for murder mum’s kids

kirstiewinn2703 A Maryport woman has raised £10,000 to support her five cousins following the death of their mother. (1 comment)

Last updated 27 March 2015
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Mum slims down after fairground ride shame

p2slimmer2703 A Workington mum has lost just under half her body weight after taking action because she couldn’t fit on any fairground rides.

Last updated 27 March 2015
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Workington Uppies all out for revenge for Downies’ double whitewash

uppieslastyear 2703 Half of Workington will be out for revenge when this year’s Uppies and Downies series kicks off next week.

Last updated 27 March 2015
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New hand at Hospice at Home West Cumbria

stellahospice 2003 A Dearham woman has become the new finance and fund-raising administrator at Hospice at Home West Cumbria.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Cyclist taken to hospital afte Honister Pass fall

Honister Pass air ambulance A cyclist was taken to hospital after falling from his bike on Honister Pass.

Last updated 20 March 2015
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