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The News and Star
Council reassures community over Whitehaven care home closure fearchoice to go to Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, C
The News and Star / Posted 9 hours ago
choice to go to Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, Castle Mount in Egremont and Richmond Park in Workington, while the fly infestation is tackled. The council spokesperson said: "Our main priority is that residents and... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Council reassures community over Whitehaven care home closure fearchoice to go to Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, C
Whitehaven News / Posted 10 hours ago
choice to go to Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, Castle Mount in Egremont and Richmond Park in Workington, while the fly infestation is tackled. The council spokesperson said: "Our main priority is that residents and... Read more
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11h
Whitehaven News
Top gigs in Cumbria this weekendHarleighblu, Fox, Dabbla and Gardna - with a UK tour to accompany its release.
Whitehaven News / Posted 11 hours ago
Harleighblu, Fox, Dabbla and Gardna - with a UK tour to accompany its release. The Quo Experience at the Carnegie Theatre, Workington - Saturday 24 The music of Status Quo will be heard on stage at the Carnegie Theatre with the visit of a... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Top gigs in Cumbria this weekendHarleighblu, Fox, Dabbla and Gardna - with a UK tour to accompany its release.
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 11 hours ago
Harleighblu, Fox, Dabbla and Gardna - with a UK tour to accompany its release. The Quo Experience at the Carnegie Theatre, Workington - Saturday 24 The music of Status Quo will be heard on stage at the Carnegie Theatre with the visit of a... Read more
11h
North-West Evening Mail
York boss Ford has 'a lot of respect' for Challenge Cup opponents Askamit.” Ford will come up against a familiar figure in the shape of Askam coach D
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
it.” Ford will come up against a familiar figure in the shape of Askam coach Dave Clark, who was in charge at League One Workington when the sides met on two occasions last term. He admitted shock at his departure from Derwent Park, and added:... Read more
12h
Whitehaven News
Bransty beat Celtic in nine-goal West Cumbria Youth League thrillerover rivals Whitehaven AFC, while Whitehaven Miners Social defeated Salterbeck
Whitehaven News / Posted 12 hours ago
over rivals Whitehaven AFC, while Whitehaven Miners Social defeated Salterbeck 9-1 away from home. In the under-13 league, Workington Reds White side edged out Dearham Rangers 5-2 and Bransty had a convincing 9-3 win over St Bees. There was also... Read more
12h
North-West Evening Mail
U Dance if you want to!study dance at a higher level and are considering careers in dance. The festiv
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
study dance at a higher level and are considering careers in dance. The festival will continue at The Carnegie Theatre in Workington, on March 26, with primary schools from Copeland and Allerdale taking part, and at the Sands Centre, Carlisle, on... Read more
12h
The News and Star
Driver banned for having no insurance or licenceJackowiak, from Galloway Close in Maryport, admitted to both offences when he a
The News and Star / Posted 12 hours ago
Jackowiak, from Galloway Close in Maryport, admitted to both offences when he appeared at magistrates in Workington this morning. Jackowiack told the court he purchased the car from a scrap yard for £300 in Branthwaite and had... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Driver banned for having no insurance or licenceJackowiak, from Galloway Close in Maryport, admitted to both offences when he a
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 13 hours ago
Jackowiak, from Galloway Close in Maryport, admitted to both offences when he appeared at magistrates in Workington this morning. Jackowiack told the court he purchased the car from a scrap yard for £300 in Branthwaite and had... Read more
13h
West Cumberland Times & Star
Tyres slashed by vandals in Workington streetVandals have targeted cars parked on a Workington street. Police are appealing
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 13 hours ago
Vandals have targeted cars parked on a Workington street. Police are appealing for witnesses after "at least four cars" have had their tyres slashed over night. The vehicles were parked on Westfield Drive and Fell View Walk. Police are currently... Read more
15h
Whitehaven News
Man high on drugs jailed for grabbing child in West Cumbrian streetA Workington man who grabbed a child from her mother after taking a cocktail of
Whitehaven News / Posted 15 hours ago
A Workington man who grabbed a child from her mother after taking a cocktail of drugs has been jailed for two years. Andrew Bell, of Fisher Street, admitted charges of common assault, child abduction and a public order offence at Carlisle Crown... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Man high on drugs jailed for grabbing child in Workington streetA Workington man who grabbed a child from her mother after taking a cocktail of
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 hours ago
A Workington man who grabbed a child from her mother after taking a cocktail of drugs has been jailed for two years. Andrew Bell, of Fisher Street, admitted charges of common assault, child abduction and a public order offence at Carlisle Crown... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Askam aiming to slay York City Knights in Challenge Cup giant-killing bidpulled off a great 32-12 win at fellow amateurs York Acorn. Clark has some pri
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
pulled off a great 32-12 win at fellow amateurs York Acorn. Clark has some prior knowledge of the Knights, having coached Workington Town against them on two occasions in League One last season. And the former Barrow Raiders player and coach is... Read more
16h
The News and Star
Review - Under Milk Woodvisual stimulus is key in everything we do with all our digital devices, 3D cin
The News and Star / Posted 16 hours ago
visual stimulus is key in everything we do with all our digital devices, 3D cinemas and virtual reality I must praise the Workington Playgoers for taking on the challenge to stage Under Milk Wood. This Dylan Thomas play is a brave choice if you... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Review - Under Milk Woodvisual stimulus is key in everything we do with all our digital devices, 3D cin
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 hours ago
visual stimulus is key in everything we do with all our digital devices, 3D cinemas and virtual reality I must praise the Workington Playgoers for taking on the challenge to stage Under Milk Wood. This Dylan Thomas play is a brave choice if you... Read more
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16h
Whitehaven News
Man high on drugs jailed for grabbing child in Workington streetA Workington man who grabbed a child from her mother while high on drugs has be
Whitehaven News / Posted 16 hours ago
A Workington man who grabbed a child from her mother while high on drugs has been jailed for two years. Andrew Bell, 34, of Fisher Street, Workington, admitted charges of common assault, child abduction and a public order offence at Carlisle Crown... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Review - Under Milk Woodvisual stimulus is key in everything we do with all our digital devices, 3D cin
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 16 hours ago
visual stimulus is key in everything we do with all our digital devices, 3D cinemas and virtual reality I must praise the Workington Playgoers for taking on the challenge to stage Under Milk Wood. This Dylan Thomas play is a brave choice if you... Read more
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17h
The News and Star
Whitehaven-born Super League star eyes up the 200 clubParramatta, totalling three games in 2014. The brother of Haven centre Jason M
The News and Star / Posted 17 hours ago
Parramatta, totalling three games in 2014. The brother of Haven centre Jason Mossop, Lee has also made one appearance for Workington Town, on loan from Wigan, in 2015. He has also made loan/dual registration appearances for Huddersfield and... Read more
17h
The News and Star
Workington Finches claim last-gasp win over fellow promotion chasers Broughton ParkOnce again this season, Workington Finches produced a memorable performance as
The News and Star / Posted 17 hours ago
Once again this season, Workington Finches produced a memorable performance as they snatched a last-kick 44-43 win against fellow promotion chasers Broughton Park. Broughton Park were looking to complete the double over Workington, having narrowly... Read more
17h
The News and Star
Youngsters take on swimming challenge for Diabetes UKSchool, are taking on the Swim 22 Challenge in aid of Diabetes UK. They will sw
The News and Star / Posted 17 hours ago
School, are taking on the Swim 22 Challenge in aid of Diabetes UK. They will swim 22 miles over the next 12 weeks at Workington Leisure Centre. Brooke was diagnosed with the condition when she was just 16 months old. Her mother, Lisa... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Whitehaven-born Super League star eyes up the 200 clubParramatta, totalling three games in 2014. The brother of Haven centre Jason M
Whitehaven News / Posted 17 hours ago
Parramatta, totalling three games in 2014. The brother of Haven centre Jason Mossop, Lee has also made one appearance for Workington Town, on loan from Wigan, in 2015. He has also made loan/dual registration appearances for Huddersfield and... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Youngsters take on swimming challenge for Diabetes UKSchool, are taking on the Swim 22 Challenge in aid of Diabetes UK. They will sw
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 17 hours ago
School, are taking on the Swim 22 Challenge in aid of Diabetes UK. They will swim 22 miles over the next 12 weeks at Workington Leisure Centre. Brooke was diagnosed with the condition when she was just 16 months old. Her mother, Lisa... Read more
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The News and Star
Copeland MP's health and safety concerns about Whitehaven AcademyTribe has reassured the community that rigorous safety checks are carried out a
The News and Star / Posted 18 hours ago
Tribe has reassured the community that rigorous safety checks are carried out at the academy. Crews from Workington and Cleator Moor had been called to the school on Wednesday morning. Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service said the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Copeland MP's health and safety concerns about Whitehaven AcademyTribe has reassured the community that rigorous safety checks are carried out a
Whitehaven News / Posted 18 hours ago
Tribe has reassured the community that rigorous safety checks are carried out at the academy. Crews from Workington and Cleator Moor had been called to the school on Wednesday morning. Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service said the... Read more
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The News and Star
Workington Reds edge past Athletic in entertaining Cumberland Cup quarter-finalWorkington Reds move on in their defence of the Cumberland Cup but they were gi
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Workington Reds move on in their defence of the Cumberland Cup but they were given a stern test by a strong Workington Athletic side. Only one goal, from the boot of Scott Allison separated the two sides at the final whistle and Reds knew they had... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Workington Reds edge past Athletic in entertaining Cumberland Cup quarter-finalWorkington Reds move on in their defence of the Cumberland Cup but they were gi
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Workington Reds move on in their defence of the Cumberland Cup but they were given a stern test by a strong Workington Athletic side. Only one goal, from the boot of Scott Allison separated the two sides at the final whistle and Reds knew they had... Read more
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The News and Star
Half time: Workington Athletic and Workington Reds still at stalemateIt is still stalemate at half time in the Cumberland Cup quarter-final tie betw
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
It is still stalemate at half time in the Cumberland Cup quarter-final tie between Workington Athletic and Workington Reds. Reds, current holders of the trophy, face a tough test in a strong looking Athletic outfit, who looked to stamp their... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Hundreds turn out to say goodbye to popular businessman SteveThe life of a popular West Cumbrian businessman, Workington Town president and
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
The life of a popular West Cumbrian businessman, Workington Town president and Rotarian has been marked by his friends and family. Steve Williams, 77, who founded Steve's Paints, died on February 14 at the West Cumberland Hospital. Hundreds of... Read more
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The News and Star
Hundreds turn out to say goodbye to popular businessman SteveThe life of a popular West Cumbrian businessman, Workington Town president and
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
The life of a popular West Cumbrian businessman, Workington Town president and Rotarian has been marked by his friends and family. Steve Williams, 77, who founded Steve's Paints, died on February 14 at the West Cumberland Hospital. Hundreds of... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Hundreds turn out to say goodbye to popular businessman SteveThe life of a popular West Cumbrian businessman, Workington Town president and
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
The life of a popular West Cumbrian businessman, Workington Town president and Rotarian has been marked by his friends and family. Steve Williams, 77, who founded Steve's Paints, died on February 14 at the West Cumberland Hospital. Hundreds of... Read more
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The News and Star
Drug driver banned from the roadWood Street with cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine in his blood. Hyslop appea
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Wood Street with cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine in his blood. Hyslop appeared at West Cumbria Magistrates Court in Workington yesterday and admitted the offence. He was banned from driving for 12 months and told to pay a £140 fine, £150... Read more
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The News and Star
Children encouraged to get healthyChildren at a Workington school are being encouraged to get active and lead a h
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Children at a Workington school are being encouraged to get active and lead a healthy lifestyle. Pupils at Ashfield Junior School have started their half term special topic of "healthy me" as part of their personal and social health education (PSHE)... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Drug driver banned from the roadWood Street with cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine in his blood. Hyslop appea
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Wood Street with cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine in his blood. Hyslop appeared at West Cumbria Magistrates Court in Workington yesterday and admitted the offence. He was banned from driving for 12 months and told to pay a £140 fine, £150... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Children encouraged to get healthyChildren at a Workington school are being encouraged to get active and lead a h
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Children at a Workington school are being encouraged to get active and lead a healthy lifestyle. Pupils at Ashfield Junior School have started their half term special topic of "healthy me" as part of their personal and social health education (PSHE)... Read more
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The News and Star
Man jailed for stealing perfume worth hundredsperfume from a West Cumbrian department store has been jailed. Ryan Crellin, 3
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
perfume from a West Cumbrian department store has been jailed. Ryan Crellin, 39, took perfume worth £578 from Debenhams in Workington on January 14. He appeared at West Cumbria Magistrates Court in Workington yesterday and admitted the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Throwback Thursday: Workington to Keswick Charity Walk 2016This year's Workington to Keswick Charity Walk is set to take place on Sunday,
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
This year's Workington to Keswick Charity Walk is set to take place on Sunday, March 18. Walkers gear up to trek 30 miles in the 41st annual event and raise money for Footsteps Child Development, Blood Bikes and Cumbria Youth Alliance. As this... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Man jailed for stealing perfume worth hundredsperfume from a West Cumbrian department store has been jailed. Ryan Crellin, 3
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
perfume from a West Cumbrian department store has been jailed. Ryan Crellin, 39, took perfume worth £578 from Debenhams in Workington on January 14. He appeared at West Cumbria Magistrates Court in Workington yesterday and admitted the... Read more
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The News and Star
Fly infestation forces temporary closure of Whitehaven care hometo stay at Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, Castle
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
to stay at Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, Castle Mount in Egremont and Richmond Park in Workington, while the problem is tackled. A meeting was held yesterday evening by Cumbria County Council, which runs the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Fly infestation forces temporary closure of Whitehaven care hometo stay at Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, Castle
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
to stay at Brackenthwaite Home in Whitehaven, Dentholme in Cleator Moor, Castle Mount in Egremont and Richmond Park in Workington, while the problem is tackled. A meeting was held yesterday evening by Cumbria County Council, which runs the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Gazette parent company Newsquest set to buy CN GroupBarrow-based daily The Mail and the Carlisle News & Star, as well as weeklies t
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
Barrow-based daily The Mail and the Carlisle News & Star, as well as weeklies the Cumberland News, Hexham Courant, Workington Times & Star, Whitehaven News and the Advertiser freesheet, which serves south Cumbria. The board says it has... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Workington Athletic hope to add elusive trophy to cabinet - but first they must beat Workington RedsWorkington Athletic nearly swept the board last season - but two trophies elude
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Workington Athletic nearly swept the board last season - but two trophies eluded the Smurfit Kappa Cumberland League champions. One of those was the Cumberland Cup and the in-form outfit are hoping to put that right this term - but first they must... Read more
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The News and Star
Workington Athletic hope to add elusive trophy to cabinet - but first they must beat Workington RedsWorkington Athletic nearly swept the board last season - but two trophies elude
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Workington Athletic nearly swept the board last season - but two trophies eluded the Smurfit Kappa Cumberland League champions. One of those was the Cumberland Cup and the in-form outfit are hoping to put that right this term - but first they must... Read more
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The News and Star
Missing west Cumbrian man foundWilson, who had been reported as missing. Mr Wilson, 65, had not been seen sin
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Wilson, who had been reported as missing. Mr Wilson, 65, had not been seen since just after midnight today. He is from Workington. He is described as being white, with short, grey hair and a moustache. He was last seen wearing a black and... Read more
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The News and Star
Rugby kept Workington Town star going after loss of dadWorkington Town hooker James Newton says the team and rugby league got him thro
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Workington Town hooker James Newton says the team and rugby league got him through a tough couple of months - following the death of his father. And he admitted his family were touched by the entire team wearing training tops in memory of his father... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Rugby kept Workington Town star going after loss of dadWorkington Town hooker James Newton says the team and rugby league got him thro
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Workington Town hooker James Newton says the team and rugby league got him through a tough couple of months - following the death of his father. And he admitted his family were touched by the entire team wearing training tops in memory of his father... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Missing west Cumbrian man foundWilson, who had been reported as missing. Mr Wilson, 65, had not been seen sin
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Wilson, who had been reported as missing. Mr Wilson, 65, had not been seen since just after midnight today. He is from Workington. He is described as being white, with short, grey hair and a moustache. He was last seen wearing a black and... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Executive-style home with potential to extendVista is an individual family home tucked away n a semi-rural location yet with
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Vista is an individual family home tucked away n a semi-rural location yet within walking distance of the centre of Workington, with the potential for further expansion if desired. The accommodation boasts full UPVC double glazing, gas... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Throwback Thursday: Workington to Keswick Charity Walk 2016This year's Workington to Keswick Charity Walk is set to take place on Sunday,
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
This year's Workington to Keswick Charity Walk is set to take place on Sunday, March 18. Walkers gear up to trek 30 miles in the 41st annual event and raise money for Footsteps Child Development, Blood Bikes and Cumbria Youth Alliance. As this... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbria Police searching for missing manWilson, who has been reported as missing. Mr Wilson, 65, has not been seen sin
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Wilson, who has been reported as missing. Mr Wilson, 65, has not been seen since just after midnight today. He is from Workington. He is described as being white, with short, grey hair and a moustache. He was last seen wearing a black and... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Man cave in the attic is Glynn's favourite spotWith a park on the doorstep, a corner shop just a street away and also convenie
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
With a park on the doorstep, a corner shop just a street away and also convenient for Workington town centre, this beautifully presented mid-terraced property is ideal for a range of buyers. Glynn Davies bought the house five years as a first-time... Read more
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