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Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball

Workington Juniors v Cockermouth U15s. Workington's Jack Rossi on the ball.

Pictures: John Story

Workington's Jack Swinburne on the ball

Workington's Cameron Hendren on the ball

Workington's Josh Hoggarth on the ball

Cockermouth's James Pawson on the ball

Cockermouth's Adam Ashfield on the ball

Cockermouth's Regan Stephenson on the ball

The Workington goalkeeper clears the corner ball

Workington's Jack Rossi on the ball

Cockermouth's Adam Ashfield on the ball

 Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball
Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball
County youth cup match abandoned after injury
The Under-16 County Cup clash between Workington Juniors and Cockermouth U15s had to be abandoned at the weekend through injury.

TUSSLE FOR THE BALL: Cleator Moor Celtic's Leigh Dunn and Penrith's Tyler Slack do battle Picture: PAUL HASKINS

 TUSSLE FOR THE BALL: Cleator Moor Celtic's Leigh Dunn and Penrith's Tyler Slack do battle Picture: PAUL HASKINS
TUSSLE FOR THE BALL: Cleator Moor Celtic's Leigh Dunn and Penrith's Tyler Slack do battle Picture: PAUL HASKINS
Celtic say halo to the next round after defeating Saints
Cleator Moor Celtic took their fine league form into the Cumberland Cup where they decimated opponents Penrith Saints.

Irish Street closed due to roof debris

Irish Street closed due to roof debris

Gloomy skies above Carlisle

Eerie red sun appears in the gloomy skies above the rooftops of Carlisle

Gloomy skies above Carlisle

Gloomy skies above Carlisle

Eerie red sun appears in the gloomy skies above the rooftops of Carlisle

 Irish Street closed due to roof debris
Irish Street closed due to roof debris
Ophelia: 92mph wind gusts, roofs damaged and trees down as storm hits Cumbria
VIDEO: Live track Ophelia, as it hits Cumbria
Marathon man Gary McKee in the running for Pride of Britain Award
Record-breaking runner Gary McKee has been named as one of the region's four finalists in the Pride of Britain Awards.

David Wilkinson.

The Cumberland Infirmary DAVID HOLLINS

The Cumberland Infirmary. Photo: DAVID HOLLINS

A hospital Photo: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Logo Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Furness General Hospital, in Barrow. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

David Wilkinson

 David Wilkinson.
David Wilkinson.
Hospitals in Cumbria keep EU doctors and nurses despite Brexit
HOSPITALS in Cumbria have managed to retain nurses and doctors from Europe despite last year's controversial Brexit vote.

Keekle ford during floods

 Keekle ford during floods
Keekle ford during floods
Car swept away like a "toy boat" as it drives into flooded ford
A couple had a miraculous escape from their car just before it was swept away by a flood-swollen river in west Cumbria.

Egremont Bridge is still closed

 Egremont Bridge is still closed
Egremont Bridge is still closed
VIDEO: Road closures still in place following day of torrential rain
Sixteen roads remain closed today following a day of chaos as the county was battered with heavy rain.

Plumbland

Flooding between Blennerhasset and Bagrow

Flooding on the old railway line under the bridge near Seaton Village Hall

 Plumbland
Plumbland
WITH VIDEO: Cars still stranded in floods after storm hits Cumbria
Cars are continuing to get trapped in floodwater as roads across the county remain underwater.

The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.

 The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.
The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.
Work starts on new 60-bed care home in Copeland costing £6m
Work has officially started on a new £6m 60-bed residential care home in Whitehaven.

Anthony Callander

 Anthony Callander
Anthony Callander
Judges reject thug's appeal to cut sentence
A thug who took part in a terrifying raid on a couple's home has been told by top judges he cannot complain about his jail term.

Jenny Tremble and Solo the hawk

 Jenny Tremble and Solo the hawk
Jenny Tremble and Solo the hawk
Jenny's helping her hawk fly solo
Solo the hawk is ready to spread his wings again, thanks to the care given by his owner

The opening of Nisa's Woodhouse Road store in Whitehaven in 2015. The Co-op has made a multimillion pound bid for the company behind it.

Generic picture of the Co-op logo.

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 The opening of Nisa's Woodhouse Road store in Whitehaven in 2015. The Co-op has made a multimillion pound bid for the company behind it.
The opening of Nisa's Woodhouse Road store in Whitehaven in 2015. The Co-op has made a multimillion pound bid for the company behind it.
Co-op makes multimillion pound offer for Nisa stores
The Co-op is set to take over fellow retailer Nisa Local.
Whitehaven AFC Blue keep pressure on leaders in West Cumbria Youth League Under-12s division
Whitehaven AFC Blue Under-12s kept in touch with league leaders Cleator Moor Celtic in the West Cumbria Youth League as they ran out 9-1 winners at Senhouse Stars.
West Cumbrian dancers gear up for Broadway peformance
Dancers from a West Cumbrian school are gearing up to fulfil their dream of performing on Broadway.

People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.

 People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.
People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.
Free and low-cost food available for struggling residents in West Cumbria
Free and low-cost food is been given to people in desperate need through a new project in West Cumbria.

The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory

 The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory
The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory
Work to start on £6million care home on Monday
Work will start on a new £6 million care home in Whitehaven on Monday.
Parents get boost in bid for school transport help
Frustrated parents who are having to pay hundreds of pounds a year to send their children to their second choice school have received a boost in their bid for financial help.

New boy: Jordan Ryan got Border City ABC's season off to a good start

 New boy: Jordan Ryan got Border City ABC's season off to a good start
New boy: Jordan Ryan got Border City ABC's season off to a good start
Jordan gets Border City ABC's season off to a winning start
The newest member to Border City ABC's boxing team Jordan Ryan kicked off the new season with a win.

Families and Copeland MP Trudy Harrison on a community walk, organised by Age UK West Cumbria, to mark Grandparents Week.

 Families and Copeland MP Trudy Harrison on a community walk, organised by Age UK West Cumbria, to mark Grandparents Week.
Families and Copeland MP Trudy Harrison on a community walk, organised by Age UK West Cumbria, to mark Grandparents Week.
Community celebrates Grandparents Week
Appreciating the love and support of our grandparents is the aim of a major campaign this week.

Five-star performance: Workington Athletic's Matthew Perry scored five times in his side's 14-2 win at Unisun

Tom Kay

 Five-star performance: Workington Athletic's Matthew Perry scored five times in his side's 14-2 win at Unisun Tom Kay
Five-star performance: Workington Athletic's Matthew Perry scored five times in his side's 14-2 win at Unisun Tom Kay
Pirelli reap the rewards from their longest trip of the season
The Smurfit Kappa Conway Cup saw Pirelli make their longest journey of the season to Gosforth and progress into the second round of the cup with a fine 4-1 victory.
Copeland housing decision delayed due to council's cyber attack
A potential housing development in Copeland has been delayed due to the council's on-going IT issues caused by a cyber attack.

The Grotto at St Mary's Church, Cleator.

 The Grotto at St Mary's Church, Cleator.
The Grotto at St Mary's Church, Cleator.
Controversial plans for houses near to church grotto given the go-ahead
A controversial housing application near to a Copeland church grotto has been given the green light.

DVSA

3D Travel, Aldby Grove, Cleator Moor

Photo: GOOGLE STREET VIEW MAY 2009

Simon Evans, Traffic Commissioner

 DVSA
DVSA
Cumbrian bus firm stripped of licence after faults on school vehicles
3D Travel held school bus contract for eight years, despite four public hearings revealing 'negligent' maintenance

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

 Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.
Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.
Musician brings sounds of Africa to Cleator Moor school
Enthusiastic pupils at a Copeland school have tried their hand at African drumming.
Whitehaven man denies carrying an imitation shotgun and assaulting a woman
A Whitehaven man has denied possessing an imitation shotgun and committing actual bodily harm on a woman.

Mobility scooters: Hundreds of incidents have been revealed by Cumbria Police.

Mobility scooters linked to crashes, pedestrian collisions and crime in Cumbria
Our interactive map shows you where collisions happened

Sir Tony Robinson outside The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven

Sir Tony Robinson chats with The Beacon's visitor host Matthew Bland

Sir Tony Robinson and Copeland Mayor Mike Starkie following the unveiling of the plaque at The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven.

Sir Tony Robinson cuts the ribbon at the Gladiators exhibition, joined by Alan Ashforth, aged seven, from Cleator Moor; Copeland Mayor Mike Starkie and David Jennings, Chief Executive of Jorvik

Sir Tony Robinson unveils the plaque at The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven.

 Sir Tony Robinson outside The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven
Sir Tony Robinson outside The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven
TV legend Sir Tony Robinson visits Whitehaven
History was brought to life as TV legend Sir Tony Robinson attended a double launch event at The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven.
Residents object to West Cumbrian housing development
Objectors of a housing development say it will bring "no benefit" to Cleator Moor.

Elliot Hodgson, 11, from Seaton

 Elliot Hodgson, 11, from Seaton
Elliot Hodgson, 11, from Seaton
Seaton martial arts star Elliot, 11, eager to get back in action after bike crash
A martial arts prodigy endured a four-hour knee operation after being knocked off his bike but is desperate to get back fighting fit.

Martin Plummer from the Police Federation

Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall

Deputy Chief Constable Michelle Skeer

The former police station at Welsh Road, Harraby, Carlisle

 Martin Plummer from the Police Federation
Martin Plummer from the Police Federation
Police in Cumbria "running for the exits" - with one in 10 set to quit
Nearly one in 10 police officers in Cumbria say they are poised to quit the force - with a union chief warning they are "running for the exits".