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The News and Star
Simon says: 'I'm on my way to Rio'coming true. Simon is one of 54 ParalympicsGB track and field athletes heading
Simon says: 'I'm on my way to Rio'
The News and Star / Posted 2 hours ago
coming true. Simon is one of 54 ParalympicsGB track and field athletes heading to Brazil to compete in September's Games. Maryport medal hopeful Simon, 34, has won a coveted place to compete in the men's marathon on September 18 - the final day of... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Maryport athlete to take part in Rio gamesMaryport Paralympian Simon Lawson is off to Rio this summer to compete. Simon,
Maryport athlete to take part in Rio games
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 21 hours ago
Maryport Paralympian Simon Lawson is off to Rio this summer to compete. Simon, 34, was told this morning that he has been selected to compete in the marathon on September 18. He said he was relieved and excited. He missed out on the London... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian athlete's joy in securing place in ParalympicGB teamathlete Simon Lawson is on the road to Rio after clinching a coveted place in t
Cumbrian athlete's joy in securing place in ParalympicGB team
The News and Star / Posted 22 hours ago
athlete Simon Lawson is on the road to Rio after clinching a coveted place in the ParalympicGB team. Simon, 34, from Maryport, is one of 41 athletes named in the squad today who are joining 13 medal winners who had been selected last... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Competition watchdog orders sale of 350-400 shops before Ladbrokes/Coral merger10 in Barrow and branches at Dalton, Millom, Kendal, Ulverston, Workington, fou
Competition watchdog orders sale of 350-400 shops before Ladbrokes/Coral merger
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
10 in Barrow and branches at Dalton, Millom, Kendal, Ulverston, Workington, four in Whitehaven, Egremont, Cockermouth, Maryport, Bowness and Windermere. Coral said in a statement that the two companies plan to press ahead with the store sales... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Maryport's man Spain drive raises £300 for MacmillanA Maryport man who drove to Benidorm with a friend for charity has raised more
Maryport's man Spain drive raises £300 for Macmillan
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
A Maryport man who drove to Benidorm with a friend for charity has raised more than £300. Stephen Briscoe, right, hands over £330 from a car drives to John Wilkinson, of Macmillan Stephen Briscoe, 47, of Church Street, Maryport, drove a Volvo... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Fish firm prospers after funding boostA fish-processing business that rose from the ashes of Brookside Products in Ma
Fish firm prospers after funding boost
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
A fish-processing business that rose from the ashes of Brookside Products in Maryport is prospering. Harbourside Products opened on the former Brookside site in Glasson Industrial Estate in April last year. Cumbria Growth Fund provided £30,000... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Hospitals play a vital roleglue that helps in convalescence and respite care for the wider community. “It
Hospitals play a vital role
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
glue that helps in convalescence and respite care for the wider community. “It’s important that we retain beds not just in Maryport but in all the cottage hospitals.” Coun Carni McCarron-Holmes, executive member responsible for health, added that... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Why do you love your town? A group of Maryport youngsters have given their reasons by designing eight ban
Why do you love your town?
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
A group of Maryport youngsters have given their reasons by designing eight banners to be displayed around the town centre. Kids from Netherton Infant School in Maryport have had their designs turned into street lamp... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Young people add their voice to hospital campaignThe fight to save services at Maryport Cottage Hospital has not been confined t
Young people add their voice to hospital campaign
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
The fight to save services at Maryport Cottage Hospital has not been confined to the elderly. Young people have embraced the cause by carrying banners, tying ribbons and writing to the Success Regime with their concerns. Most of the schools in... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Boat launched to welcome people into the townMayor of Maryport Lynda Radcliffe christens the new flower boat on the Glasson
Boat launched to welcome people into the town
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
Mayor of Maryport Lynda Radcliffe christens the new flower boat on the Glasson roundabout at Maryport The small boat has been placed on a mound on top of the Glasson roundabout. Built by students at Lakes College, Lillyhall, it was originally... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Town gears up for blues festivalThere's no room at the inn in Maryport as the town gears up for its 18th annual
Town gears up for blues festival
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 5 days ago
There's no room at the inn in Maryport as the town gears up for its 18th annual blues festival next weekend. The Waverley Hotel, Ellenbank Hotel, Golden Lion Hotel, Sailor’s Return and Shore Walk bed and breakfasts have all sold out a combined 52... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Askam aiming to silence Roostersin the 17. Distington v Ulverston AFTER a three-week lay off Ulverston return
Askam aiming to silence Roosters
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 5 days ago
in the 17. Distington v Ulverston AFTER a three-week lay off Ulverston returned to action last week but lost out to Maryport and they face a tough encounter up the coast at undefeated Cumbria League leaders Distington tomorrow. Ulverston... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Councillors reveal death threats and vandalism as they condemn hate crimesadded: “It was not nice for me to go through or for my family.” Mentioning oth
Councillors reveal death threats and vandalism as they condemn hate crimes
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
added: “It was not nice for me to go through or for my family.” Mentioning other attacks against councillors, including in Maryport, Coun Mark Fryer urged people to not just condemn hate crime but to report it if it did happen. He said: “People... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Charity walkers provide £11,000 boostselect charities to receive cash from sponsorship. As well as the main benefic
Charity walkers provide £11,000 boost
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
select charities to receive cash from sponsorship. As well as the main beneficiaries, Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team, Maryport Inshore Rescue, Ullock Village Hall, Buttermere old school, Rosthwaite Village Hall and the Rawnsley Centre in... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Village cleaned up by teamdo annual clean-ups in seven towns and we've put our resources in to support Se
Village cleaned up by team
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
do annual clean-ups in seven towns and we've put our resources in to support Seaton." Another clean up will take place in Maryport on Wednesday, with volunteers asked to meet at the Wave Centre at 10am. The streetscene team led a clean up at Town... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Kerry's fundraising 20k walkcared for her. Kerry Wilkinson, Carly McGuire, Tricia Robinson and Sue Musson
Kerry's fundraising 20k walk
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
cared for her. Kerry Wilkinson, Carly McGuire, Tricia Robinson and Sue Musson Kerry Wilkinson, 44, of Galloway Close, Maryport, had a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer last year. She also suffered post-traumatic... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Talented young musicians earn places in Keldwyth finalsof Scotland. Cellist Joe Davies, 19, of Appleby, is a choral scholar at Oxford,
Talented young musicians earn places in Keldwyth finals
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
of Scotland. Cellist Joe Davies, 19, of Appleby, is a choral scholar at Oxford, and pianist Daniel McLaughlin, 22, of Maryport, is studying at Huddersfield University. Experienced and respected local musicians Ian Jones, Wendy Cann and Howard... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Headteacher retires after 20 yearsteaching career started at Monkwray Junior School in Whitehaven in 1981 before
Headteacher retires after 20 years
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 11 days ago
teaching career started at Monkwray Junior School in Whitehaven in 1981 before moving to Appleby Primary School, Maryport Junior School, All Saints’ Primary School in Cockermouth and Braithwaite Primary School on short-term... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Christine says farewell after 30 yearsare now bringing their own children. “It’s been very rewarding to see these yo
Christine says farewell after 30 years
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 11 days ago
are now bringing their own children. “It’s been very rewarding to see these young people mature and grow in confidence.” Maryport mayor Linda Radcliffe was guest of honour at the awards ceremony. A collection for local charity Team Evie on the... Read more
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The News and Star
Campaigners lodge plans to save under-threat hospitalcentralising them on fewer sites. League of Friends groups at hospitals in Bra
Campaigners lodge plans to save under-threat hospital
The News and Star / Posted 11 days ago
centralising them on fewer sites. League of Friends groups at hospitals in Brampton, Wigton, Penrith, Alston, Keswick and Maryport have mounted strong opposition and are coming up with alternative proposals. In Brampton, the group has collected... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Silent protest planned to greet health bossRegime boss with a silent demonstration of hospital support. The organisers ha
Silent protest planned to greet health boss
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 12 days ago
Regime boss with a silent demonstration of hospital support. The organisers have been told that Sir Neil McKay will visit Maryport on Tuesday, August 2, between 9am and 11am. No definite time has yet been given and the timing means he will not be... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Hospital meeting scheduledchairman Geoff Smith, who died last week. SOB has been taking its campaign on
Hospital meeting scheduled
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 12 days ago
chairman Geoff Smith, who died last week. SOB has been taking its campaign on the road to ensure that villages surrounding Maryport have their chance to join the protest over proposals to remove beds from the local hospital. The group has so far... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow Island look to end Walney Cents' dominancewe are chasing Distington for top place. “We have to play them twice, so we ne
Barrow Island look to end Walney Cents' dominance
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 12 days ago
we are chasing Distington for top place. “We have to play them twice, so we need the points from this one.” ULVERSTON v MARYPORT (Dragley Beck, 2.30pm) ULVERSTON play their first game since June 20 and look to complete the Cumbria League... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Girl, 10, struck by vanA 10-year-old girl who was hit by a van in Maryport is in hospital. She was ta
Girl, 10, struck by van
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 12 days ago
A 10-year-old girl who was hit by a van in Maryport is in hospital. She was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle but her injuries are not thought to be life- threatening. The Ford Transit van, driven by a 32-year-old, collided with... Read more
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The News and Star
Girl, 10, struck by vanhospital after being struck by a van in west Cumbria. The youngster was injure
Girl, 10, struck by van
The News and Star / Posted 12 days ago
hospital after being struck by a van in west Cumbria. The youngster was injured during the incident in Victory Crescent, Maryport, and was taken by ambulance to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. Her injuries are not believed to be life... Read more
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The News and Star
Prolific burglar jailed for four yearswhich brought him face-to-face with his stunned victim. Thomas Edward Morton,
Prolific burglar jailed for four years
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
which brought him face-to-face with his stunned victim. Thomas Edward Morton, 39, had denied breaking into the home in Maryport on March 24. But after a trial at Carlisle Crown Court, Morton was today unanimously convicted of the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Maryport man jailed for four years for burglaryA Maryport man has been jailed for four years for burglary. Thomas Edward Mort
Maryport man jailed for four years for burglary
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 13 days ago
A Maryport man has been jailed for four years for burglary. Thomas Edward Morton, 38, of no fixed abode in Maryport, was sentenced today at Carlisle Crown Court. Morton committed a burglary at a property on Coronation Street, Maryport, on March... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Poor maintenance and too many houses to blame for floods, say localsLack of maintenance and too many new houses have contributed to flooding in Mar
Poor maintenance and too many houses to blame for floods, say locals
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 14 days ago
Lack of maintenance and too many new houses have contributed to flooding in Maryport. Flood Investigation report at Maryport's Wave Centre That was the opinion of the 10 people who turned out to hear the results of the flood investigation report... Read more
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The News and Star
Poor maintenance and too many houses to blame for floods, say localsLack of maintenance and too many new houses have contributed to flooding in Mar
Poor maintenance and too many houses to blame for floods, say locals
The News and Star / Posted 14 days ago
Lack of maintenance and too many new houses have contributed to flooding in Maryport. That was the opinion of the only 10 people who turned out to here the results of the Flood Investigation Report last night. Some residents of Selby Terrace were... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
What next for Cumbria amateur rugby league?league fans? The answer: in the Conference Millom and Askam were away, while t
What next for Cumbria amateur rugby league?
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 days ago
league fans? The answer: in the Conference Millom and Askam were away, while the Roose Pioneers v Glasson, Barrow Island v Maryport and Ulverston v Distington games were all called off due to lack of players from Ulverston, Glasson and... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Help needed to street clean upsVolunteers are needed to help with clean ups in Seaton and Maryport. Allerdale
Help needed to street clean ups
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 days ago
Volunteers are needed to help with clean ups in Seaton and Maryport. Allerdale council is holding a clean up in Seaton on Friday. Helpers are asked to meet at 10am at the shops on Main Road. Next Wednesday, there will be a clean up in... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Charity event planned at rugby clubA charity gala day will be held in Maryport Rugby Club on Mealpot Road on July
Charity event planned at rugby club
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 days ago
A charity gala day will be held in Maryport Rugby Club on Mealpot Road on July 24. Owl Blue, the local charity that helps children, promotes health campaigns and runs a make a wish project, will be making a lot of families happy with this... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Bomb squad called after beach findA Royal Navy bomb disposal squad was called to Beckfoot after a military shell
Bomb squad called after beach find
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 16 days ago
A Royal Navy bomb disposal squad was called to Beckfoot after a military shell was found washed up on the beach. Maryport Inshore Coastguard Rescue and police were alerted by a member of the public on Saturday morning and the unidentified shell was... Read more
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The News and Star
Great gala entertainment despite weatherPopular Cumbrian singer Jolan made sure the show went ahead as planned at Maryp
Great gala entertainment despite weather
The News and Star / Posted 16 days ago
Popular Cumbrian singer Jolan made sure the show went ahead as planned at Maryport family gala - despite wind and rain keeping away the crowds. The finalist in the BBC's The Voice show - who lives in Moor Row near Whitehaven - banged out song after... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Report released into Maryport floodingDrainage and river management in and around Maryport is set to be reviewed in t
Report released into Maryport flooding
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 16 days ago
Drainage and river management in and around Maryport is set to be reviewed in the wake of flooding that hit around 70 properties. A draft flood investigation report put together in the wake of December's flood called on the county council, United... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Seaton side lift BARLA County Shielda drop-goal. For Flimby, Luke Penrice bagged a brace and Darren Pape converted
Seaton side lift BARLA County Shield
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 days ago
a drop-goal. For Flimby, Luke Penrice bagged a brace and Darren Pape converted both. In the Cumbria Men's League, Maryport and Glasson could not raise teams to go to Barrow Island and Roose respectively. And Ulverston could not find a... Read more
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The News and Star
Residents welcome arrival of bridge linking two Carlisle communitiesalso lighting.” The new bridge is part of a £7.8m transport investment in the
Residents welcome arrival of bridge linking two Carlisle communities
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
also lighting.” The new bridge is part of a £7.8m transport investment in the county, which is also paying for projects in Maryport and Workington. All of the work has been carried out by Cumbrian firms, helping to boost the local economy, said Mr... Read more
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The News and Star
Bomb disposal squad called to Cumbrian beach after shell is washed ashoresquad were called to Beckfoot near Silloth this afternoon after a military shel
Bomb disposal squad called to Cumbrian beach after shell is washed ashore
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
squad were called to Beckfoot near Silloth this afternoon after a military shell was found washed up on the beach. The Maryport Inshore Coastguard Rescue team and police were alerted by a member of the public this morning and the shell – which... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Meeting to discuss draft flood reportPeople in Maryport can have their say on a draft report into December's floodin
Meeting to discuss draft flood report
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
People in Maryport can have their say on a draft report into December's flooding at a public meeting on Monday. The draft flood investigation report, prepared by the Environment Agency and county council, will be presented and discussed at the event... Read more
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The News and Star
Ecstasy plot group in courtweeks last summer. They were sentenced at the crown court. The men in the doc
Ecstasy plot group in court
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
weeks last summer. They were sentenced at the crown court. The men in the dock were Matthew Edward Fye, of Dearham, Maryport; Aden Wainwright, of The Parklands, Cockermouth; Peter James Spencer, of High Brigham, Brigham, Cockermouth; Michael... Read more
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express
Royal Mail apologises after 'swooping' SEAGULLS' stop postal deliveries in seaside townseagulls for being unable to finish her round Residents were stunned when a po
Royal Mail apologises after 'swooping' SEAGULLS' stop postal deliveries in seaside town
express / Posted 18 days ago
seagulls for being unable to finish her round Residents were stunned when a postwoman in the quiet English harbour town of Maryport, in Cumbria, blamed the flying menaces for being unable to finish her round. A Royal Mail card posted the following... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
SIS plants the seeds of success for top Turkish football clubstadium equipped with a pitch developed in West Cumbria. Turkish champions Bes
SIS plants the seeds of success for top Turkish football club
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
stadium equipped with a pitch developed in West Cumbria. Turkish champions Besiktas turned to SIS Pitches of Maryport to provide the pitch at their new 42,000-seater Vodafone Arena in Istanbul, which was completed in April. The... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Auction for Philip's causesA special auction is to be held next week to raise money for the causes that ha
Auction for Philip's causes
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 days ago
A special auction is to be held next week to raise money for the causes that have meant so much to the family of popular Maryport man, Philip Nixon. Philip, who died from a brain tumour last year, at the age of just 46, was profoundly deaf but never... Read more
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The News and Star
Another prestigious contract for Cumbrian pitch firmstadium equipped with a pitch developed in west Cumbria. Turkish champions Bes
Another prestigious contract for Cumbrian pitch firm
The News and Star / Posted 19 days ago
stadium equipped with a pitch developed in west Cumbria. Turkish champions Besiktas turned to SIS Pitches of Maryport to provide the pitch at their new 42,000-seater Vodafone Arena in Istanbul, which was completed in April. The... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
New steakhouse for WorkingtonBilly steakhouse in Millom. He said: "We've got a number of people who travel
New steakhouse for Workington
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 days ago
Billy steakhouse in Millom. He said: "We've got a number of people who travel all the way down to eat from Workington and Maryport so we decided we wanted to open a steakhouse." The steakhouse will employ 20 people, including two full-time... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Seagulls stop Royal Mail deliveriesPost was not delivered in Maryport - because of seagulls. Royal Mail failed to
Seagulls stop Royal Mail deliveries
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 days ago
Post was not delivered in Maryport - because of seagulls. Royal Mail failed to deliver to four addresses in Cumbria - because of seagulls Royal Mail has confirmed that the swooping birds prevented their postwoman from delivering to four addresses... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Roose Pioneers aiming for four wins on the trotwhen they face Glasson Rangers at Redwaters tomorrow. Neighbours Barrow Island
Roose Pioneers aiming for four wins on the trot
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 days ago
when they face Glasson Rangers at Redwaters tomorrow. Neighbours Barrow Island are keeping their fingers crossed that Maryport will be able to raise enough players to travel to Rating Lane and Walney make the trip up to Ellenborough In the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Where did you vote? Referendum turnouts for AllerdaleRosthwaite - 76/115 - 66.1 per cent St Mary's Church hall, Workington - 328/50
Where did you vote? Referendum turnouts for Allerdale
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 days ago
Rosthwaite - 76/115 - 66.1 per cent St Mary's Church hall, Workington - 328/503 - 65.2 per cent All Souls' Church hall, Maryport - 671/1040 - 64.5 per cent Grasslot Welfare Club, Maryport - 408/657 - 62.1 per cent Flimby Methodist Chapel -... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
detailedstorywhen they face Glasson Rangers at Redwaters tomorrow. Neighbours Barrow Island
detailedstory
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 days ago
when they face Glasson Rangers at Redwaters tomorrow. Neighbours Barrow Island are keeping their fingers crossed that Maryport will be able to raise enough players to travel to Rating Lane and Walney make the trip up to Ellenborough In the... Read more
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The News and Star
Swooping seagulls halt Royal Mailseagulls. Royal Mail has confirmed that the swooping birds prevented their pos
Swooping seagulls halt Royal Mail
The News and Star / Posted 19 days ago
seagulls. Royal Mail has confirmed that the swooping birds prevented their postwoman from delivering to four addresses in Maryport on Tuesday. Among those homes was that of Paul Blenkharn in Brooklands. He revealed how he got home on Wednesday... Read more
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