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COMMUNITY CANCER SERVICE URGES PATIENTS TO ACCESS VITAL SUPPORT

SPECIALIST WEST CUMBRIA COMMUNITY CANCER SERVICE URGES PATIENTS TO ACCESS VITAL SUPPORT ON THEIR DOORSTEP A pioneering West Cumbrian community nursing project is up and running and urging anyone affected by cancer to reach out and receive the vital care and support that is available to them. The Macmillan Community Cancer Nursing Service (MCCN) – one of […]

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‘Reach Out’ Health and Wellbeing Event heads to Workington

Workington Town Council is holding a free health and wellbeing ‘Reach Out’ event in Vulcan Park on Saturday 14th May from 11:00am to 4:00pm.  Supported by The National Lottery Community Fund, ‘Reach Out’ coincides with Mental Health Awareness week and will bring together businesses, charities, organisations and individuals who all have something to offer in […]

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Wigton Motor Club wins National Award

The Chairman of Motor Sport UK flew into Cumbria to present Wigton Motor  Club with a prestigious award for coming second in the Motor Club of the Year.   David Richards landed his helicopter at the Motor House at Moota to attend the annual awards buffet held by the club and in a speech outlined the radical […]

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GDF events focus on what matters to local people

Mid Copeland GDF Community Partnership is holding a series of events to talk about what a Geological Disposal Facility could mean – with experts answering questions on the subjects which matter most to local people. Following feedback from three weeks of drop-ins held in March, these larger scale events will focus on the areas people […]

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Kind-hearted landlady reunites items to owners

Kind-hearted Egremont landlady Debbie Dingle,  reunites lost items to owners. When The Wheatsheaf landlady discovered someone has accidently-on-purpose filled her Biffa bins up, she was not a happy bunny, but, being the kind hearted soul that she is, she gladly returned all items to their rightful owners who are no doubt overjoyed at being reunited […]

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Jason Manford comes to The Sands Centre

Jason Manford comes to The Sands Centre with his brand-new stand-up comedy show ‘Like Me’. Jason kicked off the tour in September 2021 and will play more than 200 shows across the country and will see him take to Carlisle’s Sands Centre on April 28th.   It’s been a busy few years since Jason’s last […]

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THIS SATURDAY – It’s all about the Dog!

Love dogs?  Oak Tree Animals’ Charity in Wetheral Shields is putting on an event that celebrates everything we all love about dogs combined with Easter fun and an Easter Trail THIS SATURDAY 9th April, 10.00am – 3.00pm.  As well as the usual fun and games throughout the day, the Charity is delighted to be joined […]

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Volunteer ‘walkers and talkers’ needed in Copeland

THE BEACON Museum is running a series of walks and talks this spring – and training locals to do the same in their own communities. The museum has recruited volunteers to lead narrated walks in St Bees, Whitehaven and Seascale, and is looking for others to come forward and get involved. Copeland Mayor, Mike Starkie, […]

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Could you ‘be the change’ this LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering Week?

Cumbria County Council’s fostering service is asking members of the LGBT community to consider whether they could change the life of vulnerable children during LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering Week, which returns this week. The theme of this year’s awareness week, which runs from March 7 to 13, is ‘Be the Change’ and Cumbrian carers Claire and […]

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Make a change that lasts a lifetime by becoming a foster carer this year

January is often the time when we re-evaluate what is important to us and think about taking a new direction in life or having a fresh start. This month Cumbria County Council is asking those who are ready for a new challenge to think about fostering and making a lasting impact on the lives of […]

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