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Game Of Patience May Be Needed

By Ross Brewster CARLISLE United manager Steven Pressley was no doubt attempting to bring a sense of perspective to his side’s inconsistent start to the season when he remarked: “What we have to remember is that this is a building process for us and we are a brand new team.” However, Pressley will be as […]

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Diff-Ability sport information day to be held on August 27th in Carlisle

Cumbria parent Carer Forum have arranged a Diff-Ability sport information day which is being held at Carlisle Youth Zone on August 27th, between 11am and 4pm. There will be lots of free taster activities to take part in, including climbing walls, Mass participation dance class, football, rebound and more!! The Diff-Ability sport Information day is […]

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Looking up for Carlisle Rugby Union

Carlisle Rugby Union Club are gearing up for a huge season in the North Premier after promotion last season. The club has never been placed so high in its history as it looks to battle the top teams from northern England.  Promotion came after a table-topping effort that saw the first team drop only four […]

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Stony Holme Golf Course: Your local course that’s well above par

When Stony Holme Golf Course shut the gates last year many residents realised the city had lost something very special.  Jim Douglas was one of them.    Jim’s involvement in Stony Holme goes back to 1991 when it came under his brief working for Carlisle City Council.  Such was his affection for the Carlisle landmark […]

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You’ll Get Much More Than Your Greens At The 19th 

The 19th at Seascale Golf Club was officially opened earlier this spring and the high end dining experience is the driving force behind the new restaurants success.    It’s an exciting venture from the golf club who are intent on creating something really special everyone will enjoy.  The bar at Seascale golf club has always been open to the public […]

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Lucky Number Seven

Border City Sevens Saturday the 29th of June is shaping up to be a historic day for Cumbrian Rugby as the innagural Border City Sevens tournament kicks off.  Carlisle Rugby Union Club will host 12 teams from across the North of England and Scotland in a winner takes all tournament as clubs vie for the […]

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Can Fresh Breath Of Youth Help United Become “Strong And Sustainable?

Carlisle United Words by Ross Brewster Photos by Mark Fuller There’s little doubt that, no matter how much tighter the purse strings have been on playing costs at Carlisle United this season, next season could be even more challenging. “Strong and sustainable.” No, not another of Theresa May’s political mantras. These are words attributed to […]

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An unchanged but much loved ancient tradition

The origin of Uppies and Downies is lost to history now.  There are plenty of theories why the event came to be part of Workington’s folklore but it’s universally agreed that no one really knows. That’s the special thing about the Easter event, it’s just always been around.  The first reference to Uppies and Downies […]

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Puzzled Sheridan Seeks Key To Mystery Of Carlisle’s Home Form Slump

By Ross Brewster / Photography by Mark Fuller EVEN the combined detective skills of Inspector Morse, Hercules Poirot and Sherlock Holmes would be hard pressed to unlock the mystery difference between Carlisle United’s home and away performances this season. While results on their travels have been largely good, it’s been their form at Brunton Park […]

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PAN Disability Football Returns to Cumbria

Four PAN Disability Football sessions are re-launched across Cumberland for players aged 6-16.  With children now returning back to school for the new academic year, Cumberland FA is delighted to announce that its hugely popular Junior PAN Disability Football sessions, which take place in Carlisle, Workington and Whitehaven on a weekly basis, are getting back […]

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