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Whitehaven News
Jolan set to switch on town's Christmas lightsOne talent show, Jolan has performed at numerous events across Cumbria, includi
Jolan set to switch on town's Christmas lights
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 hours ago
One talent show, Jolan has performed at numerous events across Cumbria, including Whitehaven, Carlisle's Pride festival and Maryport Gala Day. Mr Maudling said more plans are in the pipeline for festive activities in the town. And he said thanks... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Campaigners cheer council hospital voteCampaigners fighting to save beds at Maryport’s cottage hospital sense the tide
Campaigners cheer council hospital vote
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 17 hours ago
Campaigners fighting to save beds at Maryport’s cottage hospital sense the tide is turning in their favour after Allerdale councillors passed a vote of no confidence in the group deciding the hospital’s future. Workington MP Sue Hayman with Bill... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Getting in the ring to help charityA boxing event to raise money for a charity takes place next week in Maryport.
Getting in the ring to help charity
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 20 hours ago
A boxing event to raise money for a charity takes place next week in Maryport. On Saturday, September 3, two boxers will take part in British Boxing Union Northern Area title defences at the former pop factory on the Glasson Industrial... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Seminar on managing autismFamilies from across West Cumbria will be able to learn more about how to manag
Seminar on managing autism
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Families from across West Cumbria will be able to learn more about how to manage people with autism at an event in Maryport next month. Children’s charity Owl Blue has organised the seminar on Monday, September 12 at the Wave Centre on Irish... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Action needed to repair footpathsFed-up residents are calling for action to repair two footpaths in Maryport whi
Action needed to repair footpaths
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Fed-up residents are calling for action to repair two footpaths in Maryport which have been closed for more than eight months. The Fairy Path near the Promenade and the Mote Hill pathway, close to The Settlement, suffered severe damage from Storm... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Lighthouse workWork could start as early as next month to repair Maryport’s lighthouse. Aller
Lighthouse work
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Work could start as early as next month to repair Maryport’s lighthouse. Allerdale council is waiting for paperwork from the Environment Agency before restoration of the structure can begin. A spokeswoman said that no definite date can yet be... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Record GCSE results spark celebrations in Cumbriaexpected in terms of improvement, it's a good movement forward in a relatively
Record GCSE results spark celebrations in Cumbria
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
expected in terms of improvement, it's a good movement forward in a relatively short amount of time." Leah McArdle, 16, of Maryport, got a pass in sport, A, B and 9Cs. She said: " I'm really happy, I didn't think I was going to get my C in maths.... Read more
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The News and Star
Record GCSE results spark celebrations in Cumbriaexpected in terms of improvement, it's a good movement forward in a relatively
Record GCSE results spark celebrations in Cumbria
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
expected in terms of improvement, it's a good movement forward in a relatively short amount of time." Leah McArdle, 16, of Maryport, got a pass in sport, A, B and 9Cs. She said: " I'm really happy, I didn't think I was going to get my C in maths.... Read more
240 related stories
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The News and Star
Record GCSE results spark celebrations in Cumbriaexpected in terms of improvement, it's a good movement forward in a relatively
Record GCSE results spark celebrations in Cumbria
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
expected in terms of improvement, it's a good movement forward in a relatively short amount of time." Leah McArdle, 16, of Maryport, got a pass in sport, A, B and 9Cs. She said: " I'm really happy, I didn't think I was going to get my C in maths.... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Whitehaven Amateurs set to open new £500k pitchnew female teams for Whitehaven AFC and increase participation by 70 per cent.
Whitehaven Amateurs set to open new £500k pitch
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
new female teams for Whitehaven AFC and increase participation by 70 per cent. The new pitch has been installed by SIS of Maryport. Speaking previously, Bill Robson from Whitehaven Amateurs Football Club, said: “The upgrading of our 3G pitch is a... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Whitehaven Amateurs look set to open new £500k pitchnew female teams for Whitehaven AFC and increase participation by 70 per cent.
Whitehaven Amateurs look set to open new £500k pitch
Whitehaven News / Posted 3 days ago
new female teams for Whitehaven AFC and increase participation by 70 per cent. The new pitch has been installed by SIS of Maryport. Speaking previously, Bill Robson from Whitehaven Amateurs Football Club, said: “The upgrading of our 3G pitch is a... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Fundraising night for cancer charityA musician from Maryport will hold a charity music night next month in support
Fundraising night for cancer charity
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
A musician from Maryport will hold a charity music night next month in support of fellow cancer patients. Tony Relihan, left and Stephen Bailey Drummer and singer Anthony Relihan, 52, of Main Road, Ellenborough, has a form of blood cancer and... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Big TV plan for Tour of Britain in Keswickscreen." The tourism association hopes to recreate the atmosphere and fun enjo
Big TV plan for Tour of Britain in Keswick
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
screen." The tourism association hopes to recreate the atmosphere and fun enjoyed in the town when the tour last passed through in 2013. Last year's event saw a stage begin in Cockermouth and travel through Maryport and Silloth on its way to Ke... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Walk will highlight veterans’ strugglesThe Royal Anglian Regiment for 10 years, and Wayne Akehurst, who was in the 12t
Walk will highlight veterans’ struggles
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
The Royal Anglian Regiment for 10 years, and Wayne Akehurst, who was in the 12th Regiment Royal Artillery, will walk from Maryport to Whitehaven through surrounding towns and villages to raise money and awareness for Combat Stress, a mental health... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Plans drawn up for £1.5m Camp FarmAn ambitious £1.5 million bid for the revival of Maryport’s Camp Farm has been
Plans drawn up for £1.5m Camp Farm
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
An ambitious £1.5 million bid for the revival of Maryport’s Camp Farm has been drawn up. Experts say the farm is a classic example of a Victorian model farm. The £1.5m funding bid has been made to the Government’s Coastal Communities Fund, with... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow Island out to topple leaders Distingtonto lift the title. WALNEY CENTRAL v ELLENBOROUGH (Central Drive, 2.30pm) CEN
Barrow Island out to topple leaders Distington
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 7 days ago
to lift the title. WALNEY CENTRAL v ELLENBOROUGH (Central Drive, 2.30pm) CENTS aim to put last week's hefty defeat at Maryport behind them as they entertain Ellenborough, but they go into the game without Mike Elliott and Ethan Furness, both... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
School celebrates its best resultsMaryport's Netherhall School has recorded its best-ever A-level results. Headt
School celebrates its best results
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
Maryport's Netherhall School has recorded its best-ever A-level results. Headteacher David Tromans believes the results, released yesterday, are a great sign that the secondary school is recovering from being placed into special measures last... Read more
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The News and Star
Festival brings more than £300,000 to CockermouthMain Street, giving visitors the opportunity to explore the businesses in the t
Festival brings more than £300,000 to Cockermouth
The News and Star / Posted 8 days ago
Main Street, giving visitors the opportunity to explore the businesses in the town while enjoying the event.” Members of Maryport Inshore Rescue, who helped rescue people during Storm Desmond, were at the event to tell people about their... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Big screen to show Tour of Britainmassive television screen.” The tourism association hopes to recreate the atmo
Big screen to show Tour of Britain
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
massive television screen.” The tourism association hopes to recreate the atmosphere and fun enjoyed in the town when the tour last passed through in 2013. Last year’s event saw a stage begin in Cockermouth and travel through Maryport and Sil... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Better phone coverage plannedof mobile network operator EE could get better phone coverage as the company pl
Better phone coverage planned
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
of mobile network operator EE could get better phone coverage as the company plans a major overhaul of its masts in Maryport and Flimby. EE has applied to Allerdale council for planning permission to upgrade an existing mast on the roof of... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
VIDEO: No rest for musicians supporting beds fightThe campaign to save beds at Maryport’s cottage hospital received a musical boo
VIDEO: No rest for musicians supporting beds fight
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
The campaign to save beds at Maryport’s cottage hospital received a musical boost on Sunday. The town’s Thomas Henry pub was packed for a Feel The Blues gig in support of the fight, raising more than £100 through donations, a raffle and sales of... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Cash available for building faceliftsPeople and businesses in Maryport are being urged to make the most of cash to s
Cash available for building facelifts
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
People and businesses in Maryport are being urged to make the most of cash to spruce up their buildings. Grants of up to £900 are available to people who live or have a shop in the town centre. A pot of £50,000 has been made available for the... Read more
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The News and Star
Plans to reduce councillor numbers agreedat -19 per cent, Broughton St Bridget's at 18 per cent, Christ Church in Cocker
Plans to reduce councillor numbers agreed
The News and Star / Posted 9 days ago
at -19 per cent, Broughton St Bridget's at 18 per cent, Christ Church in Cockermouth at 16 per cent, Netherhall in Maryport at -15 per cent. The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is conducting the review to ensure fairer... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Plans to reduce councillor numbers agreedat -19 per cent, Broughton St Bridget's at 18 per cent, Christ Church in Cocker
Plans to reduce councillor numbers agreed
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 9 days ago
at -19 per cent, Broughton St Bridget's at 18 per cent, Christ Church in Cockermouth at 16 per cent, Netherhall in Maryport at -15 per cent. The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is conducting the review to ensure fairer... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Extreme concern over Success Regime proposals for Cumbrialeader of the opposition Conservative group. The Success Regime's suggestions
Extreme concern over Success Regime proposals for Cumbria
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 9 days ago
leader of the opposition Conservative group. The Success Regime's suggestions include removing in-patient facilities from Maryport and moving all night-time maternity services from Whitehaven to Carlisle. Health bosses are blaming staffing... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Roman-style Olympic fun in MaryportYoungsters in Maryport can enjoy a trip though history at a Roman-style Olympic
Roman-style Olympic fun in Maryport
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 9 days ago
Youngsters in Maryport can enjoy a trip though history at a Roman-style Olympic Games day tomorrow. The event, at Ewanrigg Community Centre, has been organised by Ewanrigg Local Trust and Camp Farm and follows on from a successful similar event... Read more
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The News and Star
Extreme concern over Success Regime proposals for Cumbrialeader of the opposition Conservative group. The Success Regime's suggestions
Extreme concern over Success Regime proposals for Cumbria
The News and Star / Posted 9 days ago
leader of the opposition Conservative group. The Success Regime's suggestions include removing in-patient facilities from Maryport and moving all night-time maternity services from Whitehaven to Carlisle. Health bosses are blaming staffing... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
No rest for musicians supporting beds fightThe campaign to save beds at Maryport’s cottage hospital received a musical boo
No rest for musicians supporting beds fight
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 10 days ago
The campaign to save beds at Maryport’s cottage hospital received a musical boost on Sunday. The town’s Thomas Henry pub was packed for a Feel The Blues gig in support of the fight, raising more than £100 through donations, a raffle and sales of... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Leaders Hunslet Parkside end Askam's winning runCorne Els. Rickie Holt ran in a hat-trick of tries and kicked eight goals as W
Leaders Hunslet Parkside end Askam's winning run
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Corne Els. Rickie Holt ran in a hat-trick of tries and kicked eight goals as Walney crashed to a hefty 49-24 defeat at Maryport, who led 27-4 at half-time. Tries for the Cents came from Jordan Staffieri (2), Jake Deveraux (2) and Liam Finch,... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Fundraiser to remember Crown Inn landlord JohnA campaign fundraiser for Maryport’s cottage hospital will double as a tribute
Fundraiser to remember Crown Inn landlord John
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 12 days ago
A campaign fundraiser for Maryport’s cottage hospital will double as a tribute to a popular pub landlord who died recently. John Hunter, right, with Graeme and Ann McGrory The Feel The Blues gig will be held in Maryport’s Thomas Henry pub today to... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Ghostbusters take to the waveslined the harbour and pier to watch colourfully decorated trawlers head out to
Ghostbusters take to the waves
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 14 days ago
lined the harbour and pier to watch colourfully decorated trawlers head out to sea for a popular charity race. The annual Maryport Trawler Race has been running for more than 30 years and current organiser Gary Hampson has been involved for at... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Talks under way to sell off town's green to developersaid it was still looking for a location in Workington, but there were no firm
Talks under way to sell off town's green to developer
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 days ago
said it was still looking for a location in Workington, but there were no firm plans in place. Allerdale Investment Partnership was responsible for selling the land at Maryport where supermarket chain Lidl is currently building... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Youngsters have fun in MaryportHundreds of young people had fun in Maryport on Wednesday. A fun day was organ
Youngsters have fun in Maryport
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 16 days ago
Hundreds of young people had fun in Maryport on Wednesday. A fun day was organised by Maryport Town Council and Maryport Joint Schools' Council on land behind the Shiver Me Timbers playground on the town's harbour. Youngsters marvelled at Martini's... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Workington MP asks floods minister why she ignored Workington, Maryport and Cockermouth in visitWest Cumbrian MP Sue Hayman said she was disappointed that the new floods minis
Workington MP asks floods minister why she ignored Workington, Maryport and Cockermouth in visit
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 16 days ago
West Cumbrian MP Sue Hayman said she was disappointed that the new floods minister did not visit Workington, Maryport and Cockermouth while she was in the county on Tuesday. Mrs Hayman has written to Therese Coffey following her visit to Braithwaite... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Great turn out for Ulverston club's 30th anniversary raceto celebrate the anniversary event. The first man back was Marc Brown of White
Great turn out for Ulverston club's 30th anniversary race
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 16 days ago
to celebrate the anniversary event. The first man back was Marc Brown of Whitehaven in 31.45, second was Mark Walsh of Maryport and third was David Fulford, of Haverigg and running for Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers. Barrow Amateur Boxing Club were... Read more
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Whitehaven News
The Voice star Jolan plans his futurethe singer played four gigs at Copeland Stadium to thank his fans for their sup
The Voice star Jolan plans his future
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 days ago
the singer played four gigs at Copeland Stadium to thank his fans for their support during the show. And since his Whitehaven performances he has played a number of shows across the county, including Carlisle's Pride festival and Maryport Gala... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Factory staff boost 10 charitiesResponders, Hospice at Home West Cumbria, Team Evie, SHOUT parent support group
Factory staff boost 10 charities
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 16 days ago
Responders, Hospice at Home West Cumbria, Team Evie, SHOUT parent support group, Dearham District First Responders and Maryport Boys' and Girls' Club. Katrina Zirins, of Kirkbank, Cockermouth, works in logistics. She said: "I have been here... Read more
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The News and Star
County's reds are on the risesquirrel sightings have been recorded recently in towns and villages all over C
County's reds are on the rise
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
squirrel sightings have been recorded recently in towns and villages all over Cumbria including Penrith, Keswick, Maryport, Workington and Whitehaven. After a bad year in 2015 where grey squirrel numbers increased, RSNE are pleased to... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Walney Central undone by classy Distington displaydivision Millom went down 42-28 At East Leeds. Roose Pioneers were on the wron
Walney Central undone by classy Distington display
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
division Millom went down 42-28 At East Leeds. Roose Pioneers were on the wrong end of a hefty Cumbria League scoreline at Maryport losing 56-24. Tries came from Adam Batty, 2, Dominic Coulson and Brad Morrow with Steve Perry adding four goals.... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Ghostbusters and pirates take to the seasthe harbour and pier to watch the colourfully-decorated trawlers head out to se
Ghostbusters and pirates take to the seas
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
the harbour and pier to watch the colourfully-decorated trawlers head out to sea for a popular charity race. The annual Maryport Trawler Race has been running for more than 30 years, but current organiser Gary Hampson has been involved for at... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Pedestrian injured after being hit by carwith hip injuries after a crash in west Cumbria. Emergency services were calle
Pedestrian injured after being hit by car
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
with hip injuries after a crash in west Cumbria. Emergency services were called to reports of a collision on John Street, Maryport, at about 5.20pm on Friday. A spokesman for Cumbria police said: "It was a car and a pedestrian and the pedestrian... Read more
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The News and Star
Ghostbusters and pirates take to the seasthe harbour and pier to watch the colourfully-decorated trawlers head out to se
Ghostbusters and pirates take to the seas
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
the harbour and pier to watch the colourfully-decorated trawlers head out to sea for a popular charity race. The annual Maryport Trawler Race has been running for more than 30 years, but current organiser Gary Hampson has been involved for at... Read more
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chroniclelive
26 North East offenders were locked up in JulyMcAllister, 37, of Fawdon, Newcastle, has been jailed for two years after plead
26 North East offenders were locked up in July
chroniclelive / Posted 19 days ago
McAllister, 37, of Fawdon, Newcastle, has been jailed for two years after pleading guilty to arson. 6. Luke Newton, 26, of Maryport, Cumbria, has been jailed for 21 months after pleading guilty to assault and criminal damage. 7. Adam Jamie... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Golf contest boosts hospice fundThe captain's charity day at Maryport Golf Club raised money for Hospice at Hom
Golf contest boosts hospice fund
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 days ago
The captain's charity day at Maryport Golf Club raised money for Hospice at Home West Cumbria. It has also honoured the memory of Sean Crozier, 27, who died last September after a long and courageous battle with cancer. The club’s 2016 captain Andy... Read more
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The News and Star
Street party to mark town's floods recoverytook over Cockermouth's Main Street with two stages, food stalls, street artist
Street party to mark town's floods recovery
The News and Star / Posted 20 days ago
took over Cockermouth's Main Street with two stages, food stalls, street artists and children's amusements. Members of Maryport Inshore Rescue, who helped rescue people during Storm Desmond, were at the event to tell people about their... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Cockermouth comes alive during celebration street partytook over Cockermouth's Main Street with two stages, food stalls, street artist
Cockermouth comes alive during celebration street party
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 20 days ago
took over Cockermouth's Main Street with two stages, food stalls, street artists and children's amusements. Members of Maryport Inshore Rescue, who helped rescue people during Storm Desmond, were at the event to tell people about their... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Street party to mark town's floods recoveryDuster Band opened the main stage and food stalls, fairground rides and the chi
Street party to mark town's floods recovery
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 20 days ago
Duster Band opened the main stage and food stalls, fairground rides and the children's activity area are already busy. Maryport Inshore Rescue and the Carnegie Theatre crews are also here We're based in the Coffee Kitchen to bring you the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Housing plan for Victorian hotelMaryport’s Ellenbank Hotel may be the centre of a new housing development. The
Housing plan for Victorian hotel
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 21 days ago
Maryport’s Ellenbank Hotel may be the centre of a new housing development. The Mitchell family, which owns the hotel, has applied for permission to turn the hotel into 16 flats and create eight townhouses in the grounds. The owners, who have had... Read more
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The News and Star
Tributes to dedicated Audreyhave been paid following the death of a town councillor and dedicated community
Tributes to dedicated Audrey
The News and Star / Posted 21 days ago
have been paid following the death of a town councillor and dedicated community worker. Audrey Tinnion, 85, died in Maryport Community Hospital on Monday after a short illness. A former Allerdale councillor, she was mayor of Aspatria twice... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Campaigners facing fresh fight for servicesHospital campaigners in Maryport have a new battle on their hands after a visit
Campaigners facing fresh fight for services
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 21 days ago
Hospital campaigners in Maryport have a new battle on their hands after a visit by Success Regime boss Sir Neil McKay on Tuesday. The focus changed when local GP Brian Money told the chairman of the regime that Maryport had already piloted the type... Read more
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