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Whitehaven News
The show must go on at Florence - despite vandalismVANDALS caused damage and stole plants from a wildlife garden at an Egremont ar
The show must go on at Florence - despite vandalism
Whitehaven News / Posted 7 hours ago
VANDALS caused damage and stole plants from a wildlife garden at an Egremont arts centre. The show must go on: says Florence's Craig Carruthers However, organisers have confirmed that an open day planned for Monday will still go ahead. Florence... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Cyclists ride to France for charityto right are Billy Redden, Steven Butler, Ben Jacques and Liam Nicholls. Missin
Cyclists ride to France for charity
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
to right are Billy Redden, Steven Butler, Ben Jacques and Liam Nicholls. Missing from the picture is Ryan Nicholls Egremont Rugby Union Cycling Club members - Ben Jacques, Billy Redden, Liam Nicholls, Ryan Nicholls and Steven Butler - are... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Guilty plea in botched robbery that 'evoked memories of The Three Stooges'PITTSFIELD >> A North Egremont man has been sentenced to 3 1/2 years in j
Guilty plea in botched robbery that 'evoked memories of The Three Stooges'
Berkshire Eagle / Posted yesterday
PITTSFIELD >> A North Egremont man has been sentenced to 3 1/2 years in jail in a botched robbery case the Judge Daniel Ford said "evoked memories of The Three Stooges." Theodore Labonte, 22, pleaded guilty to eleven charges connected to the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Open day showcases everything Arts Centre has to offerFREE music, printmaking and even a drone flying school feature in a packed prog
Open day showcases everything Arts Centre has to offer
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
FREE music, printmaking and even a drone flying school feature in a packed programme of events in Egremont this bank holiday weekend. Florence Arts Centre, based at the old Florence Mine in Egremont, is holding an open day on Monday May... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Plans for new houses in EgremontNEW houses could be built in Egremont if a planning application gets the go-ahe
Plans for new houses in Egremont
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
NEW houses could be built in Egremont if a planning application gets the go-ahead. Plans for the construction of 27 houses and five garages have been submitted on the former Orgill School site. The land - on Croadalla Avenue - was used by Orgill... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Thursday April 28Very heavy congestion around the Sellafield site. Traffic is particularly heavy
Thursday April 28
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Very heavy congestion around the Sellafield site. Traffic is particularly heavy southbound between Whitehaven and Egremont. Due to emergency engineering works between Carlisle and Appleby all lines are blocked. Train services between... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Cousins in the running to make a great differenceRun to raise cash for charity. Great North runners West Cumbria Julia McCracke
Cousins in the running to make a great difference
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
Run to raise cash for charity. Great North runners West Cumbria Julia McCracken and Lorraine Young Lorraine Young, 34, of Egremont, and Julia McCracken, 33, of Moresby, have been training for the event which is held in September. After lost three... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Heron Foods asked to think about a shop in towndespite strong local support for one. However the chain, which already has sto
Heron Foods asked to think about a shop in town
Whitehaven News / Posted 3 days ago
despite strong local support for one. However the chain, which already has stores in Workington, Whitehaven, Maryport, Egremont and Barrow, has announced it is looking for sites in other towns. The town council is now contacting the chain to... Read more
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Whitehaven News
REVIEW: Little Shop of HorrorsA gag-fest with a superb production and soundtrack awaits anyone who dares visi
REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors
Whitehaven News / Posted 3 days ago
A gag-fest with a superb production and soundtrack awaits anyone who dares visit The Little Shop of Horrors in Egremont this week. Set in the grime and blue-collar charm of Skid Row, a struggling flower merchant, Mushnik, threatens to shut his doors... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Another fire in derelict buildingblaze in a derelict Whitehaven building was tackled by three fire engines yeste
Another fire in derelict building
Whitehaven News / Posted 3 days ago
blaze in a derelict Whitehaven building was tackled by three fire engines yesterday evening. Crews from Whitehaven and Egremont derelict buildings opposite the town's rugby league ground, on Coach Road around 9pm. A spokeswoman for Cumbria... Read more
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Whitehaven News
First look at new Moorside nuclear plantthe consultation. NuGen will invite the public to comment on its proposals bet
First look at new Moorside nuclear plant
Whitehaven News / Posted 3 days ago
the consultation. NuGen will invite the public to comment on its proposals between 10am and 4pm at: May 17 – Market Hall, Egremont May 18 – Whitelaw Building, St Bees May 19 – Reading Rooms, Beckermet May 23 – Methodist Church Hall,... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Egremont to vote on nearly level-funded budget, school repairs at annual town meetingEGREMONT — A nearly level-funded budget, school repairs and buying a new dump t
Egremont to vote on nearly level-funded budget, school repairs at annual town meeting
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 3 days ago
EGREMONT — A nearly level-funded budget, school repairs and buying a new dump truck will highlight next week's annual town meeting. Voters will consider a municipal spending plan of $4.08 million for fiscal 2017, an increase of $22,000 — less than 1... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Wednesday April 27Very heavy congestion around the Sellafield site. Traffic is particularly heavy
Wednesday April 27
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Very heavy congestion around the Sellafield site. Traffic is particularly heavy southbound between Whitehaven and Egremont. A590: Some congestion in both directions between Dalton and Barrow. Due to emergency engineering works between... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Egremont Town Council: Meet the candidatesVoters will be able to select a new town councillor for Egremont South ward at
Egremont Town Council: Meet the candidates
Whitehaven News / Posted 3 days ago
Voters will be able to select a new town councillor for Egremont South ward at a by-election next week. Three independent candidates - Jo Bell, Tom Higgins and Henry Chadwick - are standing for a place on Egremont Town Council. The polling day has... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Additional charges for burglary suspect who led police on South Berkshire chasenegligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating after suspension of license a
Additional charges for burglary suspect who led police on South Berkshire chase
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 4 days ago
negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating after suspension of license and speeding. He also was charged by Egremont Police with misleading a police investigation. He will be arraigned on these charges on May 5 in Southern Berkshire... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Planning bid for major pipeline to supply water from Thirlmere to thousands of Cumbrian homes and businessesfour years of construction, subject to planning approval. Approximately 150,00
Planning bid for major pipeline to supply water from Thirlmere to thousands of Cumbrian homes and businesses
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
four years of construction, subject to planning approval. Approximately 150,000 people in communities such as Whitehaven, Egremont, Ravenglass, Workington, Maryport, Silloth, Cockermouth and Wigton would receive their water via the new... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Thousands forced to turn to food handoutsto the service. The foodbank, which collects about 50 tonnes of food each year
Thousands forced to turn to food handouts
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 days ago
to the service. The foodbank, which collects about 50 tonnes of food each year, has distribution points in Whitehaven and Egremont. Up to 128,295 meals were handed out by the foodbank last year, with the average claimant using the foodbank... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
People forced to turn to food handoutsto the service. The foodbank, which collects about 50 tonnes of food each year
People forced to turn to food handouts
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
to the service. The foodbank, which collects about 50 tonnes of food each year, has distribution points in Whitehaven and Egremont. Up to 204,300 meals were handed out by the foodbank last year, with the average claimant using the foodbank... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Creative folk to share their common love of artin monochrome. There is now also a spin-off group who meet for regular life-dr
Creative folk to share their common love of art
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 days ago
in monochrome. There is now also a spin-off group who meet for regular life-drawing sessions at Florence Arts Centre, Egremont. A recent group outing featured a day in Liverpool, taking in the Walker Art Gallery and the Liverpool Tate. On the... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
2016 Berkshire County golf course guideCall pro shop, during peak season, times can be made a week in advance Directo
2016 Berkshire County golf course guide
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
Call pro shop, during peak season, times can be made a week in advance Director of Golf: Luke Salvatore Location: 685 S. Egremont Road, Great Barrington Type: Public, with memberships available Phone: (413) 528-4222 Yardage (back/front tees):... Read more
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Whitehaven News
NuGen announces public drop-in eventsthe public to comment on its proposals on: 14th May – Moorside Information Cen
NuGen announces public drop-in events
Whitehaven News / Posted 9 days ago
the public to comment on its proposals on: 14th May – Moorside Information Centre, Whitehaven 17th May – Market Hall, Egremont 18th May – Whitelaw Building, St Bees 19th May – Reading Rooms, Beckermet 23rd May – Methodist Church Hall,... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Angling: Fishing scene saddened by loss of stalwart Ianhim and will be much missed by regulars at Lingmere Fishery in Moreton. Lingme
Angling: Fishing scene saddened by loss of stalwart Ian
Liverpool Echo / Posted 9 days ago
him and will be much missed by regulars at Lingmere Fishery in Moreton. Lingmere’s Cost Cutter Wednesday Open was won by Egremont Ferry rod Derek Warren, who used a worm and caster approach to target F1’s and silvers taking 57lb for the best... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow Island juniors whitewash EgremontEgremont Rangers U16s 0 Barrow Island U16s 56 BARROW Island produced a stormin
Barrow Island juniors whitewash Egremont
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Egremont Rangers U16s 0 Barrow Island U16s 56 BARROW Island produced a storming display to whitewash Egremont and make it two wins from two in the West Cumbria Youth League. The Island followed up their home success against Kells with an even... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Curtain raises on Matthew's careerHollywood beckons for an Egremont acting student after he claimed a place at a
Curtain raises on Matthew's career
Whitehaven News / Posted 9 days ago
Hollywood beckons for an Egremont acting student after he claimed a place at a prestigious drama school. West Lakes Academy student Matthew Dunn West Lakes Academy's Matthew Dunn enrolls at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy's (AMDA) Los... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Volunteers needed to help the elderlyVolunteers are needed at Egremont's De Lucy Centre to ensure older people do no
Volunteers needed to help the elderly
Whitehaven News / Posted 10 days ago
Volunteers are needed at Egremont's De Lucy Centre to ensure older people do not become lonely. Age UK, which runs the centre, held an open day to advertise its work to potential recruits. Mayor of Copeland Mike Starkie attended the event to find... Read more
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The News and Star
Egremont stay top but Workington hard on their heelsA 14-12 win for Egremont against Carlisle Crusaders kept them top of the Cumbri
Egremont stay top but Workington hard on their heels
The News and Star / Posted 11 days ago
A 14-12 win for Egremont against Carlisle Crusaders kept them top of the Cumbria League table, having completed all their games. However, Workington still have two matches in hand as they seek to overhaul the Bleach Green side. Ironically their... Read more
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The News and Star
Egremont claim first National Conference Premier Division winAt the fifth attempt Egremont Rangers secured their first win in the National C
Egremont claim first National Conference Premier Division win
The News and Star / Posted 11 days ago
At the fifth attempt Egremont Rangers secured their first win in the National Conference Premier Division. In a battle of the basement, Egremont won 26-20 against visitors Hull Dockers who were also looking for their first win of the season. The... Read more
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The News and Star
Brocklebank happy to be back and playing again for Whitehaven RLgood to get back out there again playing for 80 minutes. I only played seven ga
Brocklebank happy to be back and playing again for Whitehaven RL
The News and Star / Posted 11 days ago
good to get back out there again playing for 80 minutes. I only played seven games last season after signing from Egremont and then had to have a shoulder reconstruction job. “The shoulder is fine now but I picked-up a groin strain in the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Copeland saves cash with nursery saleA plant nursery has been sold off by Copeland Council in order to save money.
Copeland saves cash with nursery sale
Whitehaven News / Posted 11 days ago
A plant nursery has been sold off by Copeland Council in order to save money. Egremont's Beck Green Nursery was no longer of use to the council and no interest was shown in leasing the property. Councillors hope the sale will revitalise the Cross... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Little Shop of Horrors arrivesA blood-sucking plant will terrify visitors to Egremont when Whitehaven Theatre
Little Shop of Horrors arrives
Whitehaven News / Posted 11 days ago
A blood-sucking plant will terrify visitors to Egremont when Whitehaven Theatre Group puts on its latest show. Taking over the Market Hall, the group will reveal its own presentation of Little Shop of Horrors to mark the 30th anniversary of the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Traffic and travel news for South Cumbria - Tuesday April 19traffic lights on Rydal Road causing some disruption. A595: Congestion around
Traffic and travel news for South Cumbria - Tuesday April 19
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 days ago
traffic lights on Rydal Road causing some disruption. A595: Congestion around the Sellafield site. Hardgates Road between Egremont and Ravenglass - sheep on the road reported at 7am, now understood to be clear. Due to emergency engineering works... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
100 years ago the Daily Mail had a very different view of Liverpool womenteam are the visitors; take a journey in one of the ferry boats that fuss acros
100 years ago the Daily Mail had a very different view of Liverpool women
Liverpool Echo / Posted 13 days ago
team are the visitors; take a journey in one of the ferry boats that fuss across the Mersey to Rock Ferry, New Ferry, Egremont; or stand on the long promenade by the riverside some Sunday morning and judge for yourself! “And judge not for... Read more
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The News and Star
Jail warning for dangerous driverBagley, 21, admitted the offence which happened on June 21 last year on the A50
Jail warning for dangerous driver
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
Bagley, 21, admitted the offence which happened on June 21 last year on the A5086 at Wood End between Cleator and Egremont. Carlisle Crown Court heard he was travelling too fast on the wrong side of the road when the accident happened... Read more
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The News and Star
Former west Cumbrian woman killed in Leeds house fireTaylor-Hackett, who used to be known as Kelly Bowness, had lived locally at Gal
Former west Cumbrian woman killed in Leeds house fire
The News and Star / Posted 16 days ago
Taylor-Hackett, who used to be known as Kelly Bowness, had lived locally at Galemire Farm, Cleator Moor, Bookwell in Egremont, and in Duke Street, Workington. Her partner Joanne Marie Semple, 36, and an 18-year-old housemate, Stephen... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Police investigate house fire horrorTaylor-Hackett, who used to be known as Kelly Bowness, had lived locally at Gal
Police investigate house fire horror
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 days ago
Taylor-Hackett, who used to be known as Kelly Bowness, had lived locally at Galemire Farm, Cleator Moor, Bookwell in Egremont, and in Duke Street in Workington. Her partner Joanne Marie Semple, 36, and an 18-year-old housemate, Stephen... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Traffic and travel news for South Cumbria - Wednesday April 13HERE is the latest traffic and travel news for Cumbria. Slow traffic & heavier
Traffic and travel news for South Cumbria - Wednesday April 13
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
HERE is the latest traffic and travel news for Cumbria. Slow traffic & heavier than usual traffic on A595 southbound in Egremont between A5086 junction & Hardgates Road junction. Lake District advance warning: Cyclists take to the 112 mile Fred... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Parents' heartbreak after schoolboy dies crashing bicycle into railingsCollege in Wallasey, was cycling with his sister Caitlyn when he crashed while
Parents' heartbreak after schoolboy dies crashing bicycle into railings
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
College in Wallasey, was cycling with his sister Caitlyn when he crashed while riding down Guinea Gap, a hill leading to Egremont promenade. He suffered devastating injuries to his chest and windpipe, leading to cardiac arrest. He was... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Teenage Scout died after bike crashed into railings near Wallasey promenadean Easter holiday bike ride with his sister Caitlyn when he crashed while ridin
Teenage Scout died after bike crashed into railings near Wallasey promenade
Liverpool Echo / Posted 18 days ago
an Easter holiday bike ride with his sister Caitlyn when he crashed while riding down Guinea Gap, a hill leading to Egremont promenade. Joshua most certainly will not be forgotten He suffered devastating injuries to his chest and windpipe,... Read more
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The News and Star
Late try salvages point for Wath Brow against Kellsprop Jamie Winstanley-Bristow and winger Tyler Spence, all converted by man of
Late try salvages point for Wath Brow against Kells
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
prop Jamie Winstanley-Bristow and winger Tyler Spence, all converted by man of the match, full-back Dan Birkett. When Egremont finally found their legs after the coach trip down they reduced the arrears with a try from centre Jack Stainton,... Read more
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The News and Star
Carlisle relegated but Penrith win to go fourthfor a simple run in and from the final play of the game Allinson scored his fir
Carlisle relegated but Penrith win to go fourth
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
for a simple run in and from the final play of the game Allinson scored his first senior try since moving from Upper Eden. Egremont are in pole position to grab the promotion play-off place in the Cumbria League. They beat Millom 30-22 to move a... Read more
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The News and Star
Wath Brow and Kells set for first-ever NCP league clashcoach Ian Rooney will be pleased with a 100 per cent return from the two games
Wath Brow and Kells set for first-ever NCP league clash
The News and Star / Posted 22 days ago
coach Ian Rooney will be pleased with a 100 per cent return from the two games played so far – a derby win at home against Egremont and then a very good victory on the long trek to play Hull Dockers. Their third game, at home to Rochdale Mayfield,... Read more
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Whitehaven News
New road WILL be built when A595 closed for major repairasset manager for Highways England, agreed that it was “nonsense” to expect mot
New road WILL be built when A595 closed for major repair
Whitehaven News / Posted 22 days ago
asset manager for Highways England, agreed that it was “nonsense” to expect motorists to make a 40-mile diversion through Egremont, Frizington, Lamplugh and Cockermouth, and said that a new road “has to happen”. Although it will run from the... Read more
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The News and Star
New road will be built to take traffic when A595 closed for safety workasset manager for Highways England, agreed that it was “nonsense” to expect mot
New road will be built to take traffic when A595 closed for safety work
The News and Star / Posted 22 days ago
asset manager for Highways England, agreed that it was “nonsense” to expect motorists to make a 40-mile diversion through Egremont, Frizington, Lamplugh and Cockermouth, and said that a new road “has to happen”. Although it will run from the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
A595 diversions planned to allow workmanager for Highways England, admitted that is was "nonsense" to expect motoris
A595 diversions planned to allow work
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 22 days ago
manager for Highways England, admitted that is was "nonsense" to expect motorists to drive a 40-mile diversion through Egremont, Frizington, Lamplugh and Cockermouth, and said that a new road has to happen. Although it will run from the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Cockermouth Castle is safe as a result of work taken following the December floods, Lord Egremont has sai
Cockermouth Castle is safe
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 22 days ago
as a result of work taken following the December floods, Lord Egremont has said. The floods triggered a landslide which washed away much of the vegetation under the grade one listed building which overlooks the River... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Oldham provide relegation hurdle for Hawcoat Parkand running, with Pete Jennens and Ethan Vial never far from the action. MILLO
Oldham provide relegation hurdle for Hawcoat Park
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
and running, with Pete Jennens and Ethan Vial never far from the action. MILLOM travel up the coast to face second-placed Egremont having pushed league leaders Workington hard in defeat last week. They have a strong squad, with Tony Swales... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Angling: Quartet of local club sides begin Supercup questsession. Spring has certainly been in the air over at Moreton’s Lingmere Fishe
Angling: Quartet of local club sides begin Supercup quest
Liverpool Echo / Posted 23 days ago
session. Spring has certainly been in the air over at Moreton’s Lingmere Fishery, as this week’s results have proven. Egremont Ferry rod, Derek Warren, took the honours in Wednesday’s Costcutter Open with 71.8.0 weight using method feeder.... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Rector stunned when asked to be High Sheriff of Cumbriawas to be the new High Sheriff of Cumbria. Sheriff: The Reverend Richard Lee w
Rector stunned when asked to be High Sheriff of Cumbria
Whitehaven News / Posted 23 days ago
was to be the new High Sheriff of Cumbria. Sheriff: The Reverend Richard Lee with wife Deb Rev Lee, who is team rector at Egremont, is the first serving clergyman to be appointed high sheriff since the creation of the county of Cumbria in... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Disabled lose out to ‘inconsiderate’ driversDANGEROUS parking on Main Street, Egremont, is causing problems for disabled re
Disabled lose out to ‘inconsiderate’ drivers
Whitehaven News / Posted 23 days ago
DANGEROUS parking on Main Street, Egremont, is causing problems for disabled residents, according to a local campaign group. Cars have been parking on the pavement causing problems for all pedestrians. But it has made navigating the street... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian rector stunned when asked to be High Sheriff of Cumbrialeft in a state of disbelief after being told he was to be the new High Sheriff
Cumbrian rector stunned when asked to be High Sheriff of Cumbria
The News and Star / Posted 23 days ago
left in a state of disbelief after being told he was to be the new High Sheriff of Cumbria. Mr Lee, who is team rector at Egremont, is the first serving clergyman to be appointed high sheriff since the creation of the county of Cumbria in... Read more
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