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The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture Tom Kay

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Picture MIKE McKENZIE

Photo: Jan Fialkowski

Smoke from the fire in Maryport can be seen in Workington

Anthony Bickley's photo of the fire in Maryport

Photo: Jan Fialkowski

View of smoke from Workington

Photo: Neil Kendall

Photo: Jim McBride

Fire on Maryport's Glasson Industrial Estate, picture submitted by Joanne Hill

Fire on Maryport's Glasson Industrial Estate, picture submitted by Joanne Hill

Smoke from the Maryport SIS fire seen from Cockermouth

Picture: Annie Kendall

Fire at SIS in Maryport

Picture: Cumbria police

Fire appliances rush to fill up with more water


          The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse
The aftermath of the fire at SIS Pitches' warehouse
Efforts to bring Cumbrian factory fire under control continue
Firefighters tackling a huge blaze at a west Cumbrian synthetic turf factory are continuing to bring it under control this morning.

Celia Tibble

 Celia Tibble
Celia Tibble
Council opposes new houses - because of lack of school places
Plans to build a new housing estate in a west Cumbrian village have been met with opposition - after local children were refused school places.

Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pick team as they set off around Bridgefoot,Little Clifton and Greysouthen from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.pic John Story

Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pickers as they set off around Bridgefoot from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.Jo Stratton(left) and Josee Gosselin with Lizzie the dog.pic John Story

Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pickers as they set off around Bridgefoot from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.Fliss Watts and dog Daisy with Sue Parker picking up litter.pic John Story

Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pickers as they set off around Bridgefoot from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.Jo Stratton(left) and Josee Gosselin.pic John Story

Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pickers as they set off around Bridgefoot from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.Fliss Watts picking up.pic John Story

Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pickers as they set off around Bridgefoot from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.Sue Parker picking up litter.pic John Story

 Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pick team as they set off around Bridgefoot,Little Clifton and Greysouthen from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.pic John Story
Bridgefoot litter pick The litter pick team as they set off around Bridgefoot,Little Clifton and Greysouthen from Bridgefoot village hall on Saturday April 8th 2017.pic John Story
Village clean-up in Cumbria hailed a success
Residents of three West Cumbrian villages gathered to spruce the area as part of a community initiative.

Graham Kendall

 Graham Kendall
Graham Kendall
Call for action to make town centre safer as trips and falls 'costing NHS thousands'
A call has been made for drastic action to be taken in Keswick town centre to make it safer for locals and visitors.

The old Corus site at Workington

 The old Corus site at Workington
The old Corus site at Workington
Housebuilder Persimmon 'has not addressed key issues' over Workington steelworks plans
Police and other authorities have accused Persimmon Homes of failing to address concerns over safety, parking and the environment in its plans for the major redevelopment of Workington’s former steelworks site.

Artist's impression of how the building would look

 Artist's impression of how the building would look
Artist's impression of how the building would look
Homes plan for derelict town centre church in Workington
Plans have been revealed to turn a boarded up church in west Cumbria into supported living accommodation.

Borough Park

 Borough Park
Borough Park
Ex-Workington Reds boss Brotherton wants to buy Borough Park
Former Workington Reds chairman Dale Brotherton has revealed he wants to buy Borough Park.

The 2017 Solfest committee

 The 2017 Solfest committee
The 2017 Solfest committee
Solfest returns with a new team
One of West Cumbria's biggest festivals will be back this year with a new team.

Ballot box

 Ballot box
Ballot box
Cumbria County Council elections: candidates named for May 4 vote
The political future of Cumbria County Council is up for grabs with the full list of candidates for election day on May 4 published.

Carni McCarron-Holmes

 Carni McCarron-Holmes
Carni McCarron-Holmes
Cumbria councillors again defend decision to leave crunch health vote
Councillors who claimed misunderstanding led them to leave a crunch health meeting before a final vote have again defended themselves, after calls for a re-run were ruled out.

The Cumberland Infirmary

 The Cumberland Infirmary
The Cumberland Infirmary
Cumberland Infirmary revamp will see ground floor redesigned
A major redesign of Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary is on the cards after the hospital was labelled "not fit for purpose" by its top boss.

The new pound coin

 The new pound coin
The new pound coin
Are you ready for the new pound coin?
Cumbria is gearing up for change, as the new £1 coin comes into currency today.

Tony Brown, Stewart Young, Alan Smith, Gerald Humes, Barbara Cannon and Peter Bales

 Tony Brown, Stewart Young, Alan Smith, Gerald Humes, Barbara Cannon and Peter Bales
Tony Brown, Stewart Young, Alan Smith, Gerald Humes, Barbara Cannon and Peter Bales
£250k cash boost for Cumbrian estate
Work is underway to bring community facilities back to the heart of a west Cumbrian estate, thanks to a £250,000 cash boost.

‘It’s not right’: Councillor Denise Rollo

 ‘It’s not right’: Councillor Denise Rollo
‘It’s not right’: Councillor Denise Rollo
Cumbria councillor warns of affordable housing crisis
Workington will face an affordable housing crisis if urgent measures are not taken soon, councillors have warned.

'Leave her alone' says councillor Mark Fryer

Health Summit at Energus

Health Summit at Energus

 'Leave her alone' says councillor Mark Fryer
'Leave her alone' says councillor Mark Fryer
Disciplinary action on Cumbrian midwife 'outrageous'
Councillor calls for health bosses to 'leave her alone: she's one of us'
VIDEO REPLAY: West Cumbrian health summit
A health summit took place today to discuss how West Cumbria can tackle the recommendations put forward by the Success Regime about the future of healthcare.

The sight of rutting stags is a big attraction at Lowther near Penrith

 The sight of rutting stags is a big attraction at Lowther near Penrith
The sight of rutting stags is a big attraction at Lowther near Penrith
Man speared by stag antler at Cumbria holiday park
A holidaymaker was speared by a stag's antlers as he tried to protect his family at a holiday park.
Crackdown on people who do not pay their council tax
A crackdown on people who don't pay their council tax has been launched.

Five and Dangerous headline (photo by Tom Kay)

Flash - A tribute to Queen

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Cockermouth band Mojo Rising at last year's Reboot (photo by Mark Regan)

 Five and Dangerous headline (photo by Tom Kay)
Five and Dangerous headline (photo by Tom Kay)
Reboot returns! One-day tribute festival back in Cumbria
ROCK tribute festival Reboot will return to Cumbria this summer for its second outing.

The former Southfield Technology College under demolition

 The former Southfield Technology College under demolition
The former Southfield Technology College under demolition
Housing plans would make Cumbrian road a rat run
A residential road in Workington would become a rat run if two key sites in the town were developed for housing, a town councillor has warned.

Karen Farrell and Lynda Barker, of Seaton, at Reboot last year

Cockermouth band Mojo Rising open last year's Reboot

 Karen Farrell and Lynda Barker, of Seaton, at Reboot last year
Karen Farrell and Lynda Barker, of Seaton, at Reboot last year
Early bird tickets available now for Reboot festival in Workington
The music of Thin Lizzie, Guns n Roses and Queen will be among the songs filling Workington's Derwent Park stadium on July 1 as the Reboot festival returns.

Last year's Workington festival of running

Last year's Workington festival of running

Last year's Workington festival of running

Go Active in Cumbria

 Last year's Workington festival of running
Last year's Workington festival of running
Entries open for second Workington Festival of Running
Workington will host its second Festival of Running this summer.

Les Tickner

 Les Tickner
Les Tickner
Carlisle residents face further council tax hike
Council tax in Carlisle will go up still further from next month, as councillors approved a precept rise.
Antisocial behaviour in Workington town centre down 26 per cent after police operations
Police in Workington say efforts to tackle antisocial behaviour by youths are paying off - with reported incidents down by more than a quarter.

Seaton village litter pick volunteers

 Seaton village litter pick volunteers
Seaton village litter pick volunteers
Cumbrian village turns out to spruce up the streets
Villagers, councillors and children got their hands dirty to clean up a west Cumbrian village as part of the Great British Spring Clean.

Public meeting for residents to step up a campaign for a southern bypass for Workington

Public meeting for residents to step up a campaign for a southern bypass for Workington

Councillor Hilary Harrington

 Public meeting for residents to step up a campaign for a southern bypass for Workington
Public meeting for residents to step up a campaign for a southern bypass for Workington
Public turn out as call for west Cumbrian bypass steps up
A councillor is calling on her community to fight further development in the area and push for a bypass to take the strain off a congested west Cumbrian route.
Loss of free dog poo bags could lead to rise in mess in west Cumbria
Concerns have been raised about the impact the loss of free dog poo bags on the environment.

Allerdale council leader Alan Smith

 Allerdale council leader Alan Smith
Allerdale council leader Alan Smith
Council calls on West Cumbrian employers to join it in paying apprentices the living wage
A West Cumbrian council has affirmed its commitment to helping young people secure good employment prospects - and pay them a fair wage along the way.

Allerdale House in Workington

Councillor Bill Finlay

Councillor Barbara Cannon

Councillor Tony Markley

 Allerdale House in Workington
Allerdale House in Workington
Allerdale's share of council tax to rise by 1.9 per cent despite opposition
Council tax paid to Allerdale council will rise from next month, despite a bid by independent councillors to freeze the borough authority’s share of the bill.
Developer behind hundreds of new Cumbrian homes 'will be held to account'
A leading west Cumbrian councillor has promised to hold a housing developer to account, as one of the area's biggest developments in decades is about to get bigger.