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Copeland MP Trudy Harrison is urging Keswick Convention bosses to change their 2018 dates

 Copeland MP Trudy Harrison is urging Keswick Convention bosses to change their 2018 dates
Copeland MP Trudy Harrison is urging Keswick Convention bosses to change their 2018 dates
MP and council back traders' bid to change controversial Keswick Convention dates
Keswick Town Council and the local MP have backed a campaign against the planned dates for next year's Christian convention in the town.

Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle

Priorities: Jeremy Corbyn’s speech was well received by supporters

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 Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle
Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle
Corbyn speaks at rally in Carlisle
Despite drizzly conditions in Carlisle tonight, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn managed to keep spirits high.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum. Pic Tom Kay Wednesday 16th August 2017

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria

 Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn visits Amy's Dementia Day Care and Social Club, at Keswick Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn visits West Cumbria
Jeremy Corbyn visited Copeland in a visit that was hailed as the start of Labour’s “fight back” in the constituency.

Lena Hogg

 Lena Hogg
Lena Hogg
Deputy mayor Lena Hogg resigns from Copeland Council
Lena Hogg will resign from Copeland Council after six years, it has been announced.

Relocation: The site at Lillyhall

 Relocation: The site at Lillyhall
Relocation: The site at Lillyhall
Cumbria council office plan scrapped
Plans for a £6m office complex next to Workington Railway Station have been scrapped as Cumbria County Council reveals plans to move 160 staff out of the town.
New plea not to feed seagulls following problems in Cumbrian town
A new plea has gone out to tackle noisy birds that have been blamed for attacks on people, with officials warning: "Don't feed the seagulls."

The damaged play park at Hensingham

The damaged play park at Hensingham

 The damaged play park at Hensingham
The damaged play park at Hensingham
Vandals force partial closure of Whitehaven play park
Vandals have forced the partial closure of a Whitehaven play park.

Copeland Labour group leader Lena Hogg

Copeland Conservative group leader David Moore

Copeland mayor Mike Starkie

 Copeland Labour group leader Lena Hogg
Copeland Labour group leader Lena Hogg
Copeland Council request to slash number of councillors by 18
THE biggest shake-up in the history of Copeland Council is on the cards as a request to slash the amount of councillors by more than a third is set to be put forward.

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Drug poisoning deaths rise in Cumbria
Deaths from drugs poisoning have more than doubled in Cumbria during the past decade, according to shocking new national statistics.
Future of West Cumbria's branch libraries up for debate
People are being asked what they would like to see happen to libraries at Hensingham, Kells and Mirehouse in the future.
Plans for Lamplugh housing scheme move forward
Councillors will visit the earmarked site of a controversial housing development before deciding whether to give the scheme the go-ahead.

Demolition of the old Sea Cadet building

Demolition of the old Sea Cadet building

Demolition of the old Sea Cadet building

Demolition of the old Sea Cadet building

Whitehaven Sea Cadet building

Demolition at Mark House

Demolition at Mark House

Demolition at Mark House

 Demolition of the old Sea Cadet building
Demolition of the old Sea Cadet building
Buildings torn down as part of West Cumbrian town's regeneration
The Sea Cadets building on Whitehaven's harbour has finally been flattened - leaving the unit officially homeless.

Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits

 Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits
Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits
Cumbria's hospital admission rates for alcohol abuse among worst in England
The cost of increasing dependency on alcohol will be paid in the lives of Cumbrians says the boss of a national health organisation.

Road leading to the West Cumberland Hospital closed

 Road leading to the West Cumberland Hospital closed
Road leading to the West Cumberland Hospital closed
West Cumbrian town roadworks begin today
Work to resurface the roads by the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven has begun.

The tree has been snapped

 The tree has been snapped
The tree has been snapped
Tree planted for victim of west Cumbria shootings vandalised
A tree planted in memory of one of the victims of the west Cumbria shootings has been damaged.

Helen Askey and Liz Twentyman at the Whitehaven Taste Cumbria food and motors festival

 Helen Askey and Liz Twentyman at the Whitehaven Taste Cumbria food and motors festival
Helen Askey and Liz Twentyman at the Whitehaven Taste Cumbria food and motors festival
Whitehaven's Taste Cumbria Summer Festival success
Food stalls, prosecco, beer and music have been enjoyed by locals and visitors alike at Whitehaven's Taste Cumbria Summer Festival.

Olivia Graham manning the B Kinsella and Sons Ltd stall

 Olivia Graham manning the B Kinsella and Sons Ltd stall
Olivia Graham manning the B Kinsella and Sons Ltd stall
VIDEO: Crowds out for Taste Cumbria Summer Festival in Whitehaven
Crowds are out as Whitehaven holds its first Taste Cumbria Summer Festival.

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre

 Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre
Carlisle Foodies Fest has returned to the City Centre
Cumbria is the place to be for food-lovers this weekend
Food lovers are flocking to Cumbria this weekend as two food festivals get underway.

Chef Jon Fell

Water main burst at Whitehaven harbour

Photo: Whitehaven Coastguard

 Chef Jon Fell
Chef Jon Fell
Water leak will not affect Whitehaven's much anticipated festival
Whitehaven's first Taste Cumbria Summer Festival will go ahead as planned this weekend, despite a burst sewer on the harbourside.

Chef Jon Fell

 Chef Jon Fell
Chef Jon Fell
Taste Cumbria Summer Festival: Your guide to what's on this weekend
Here's your guide to what's on at Whitehaven's first ever Taste Cumbria Summer Festival this weekend.

Mike Starkie

 Mike Starkie
Mike Starkie
Scheme to improve town and villages is launched
A £1m scheme has been launched to revitalise parts of Cumbria.

Tim Farron

Ian Stewart

Helen Davison

Rebecca Hanson

Fiona Mills

 Tim Farron
Tim Farron
Is two-party politics here to stay or can the opposition recover?
This General Election saw voters make a clear choice between the Conservatives or Labour. Pamela McGowan looks at the changing face of politics and where the smaller parties go from here...

The former Park nightclub in Whitehaven

Picture: Google Streetview

 The former Park nightclub in Whitehaven Picture: Google Streetview
The former Park nightclub in Whitehaven Picture: Google Streetview
Whitehaven harbourside buildings to be demolished
Work to demolish Mark House and substantial parts of The Park on Whitehaven harbourside is due to start on Monday.

Jeremy Corbyn

 Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn
Labour activists predict a political revolution in Cumbria
Tipped for a disastrous General Election, Jeremy Corbyn's Labour proved everyone wrong. As part of a three-part political series, Pamela McGowan speaks to Cumbrian members who now believe the party is on the cusp of a revolution...

Prime Minister Theresa May

 Prime Minister Theresa May
Prime Minister Theresa May
Are Cumbrian voters moving towards the Conservatives?
Six weeks on from the General Election, parties have had time to reflect on a result that saw a major political shift. Pamela McGowan speaks to Cumbrian Conservatives as part of a three-part series on where each party goes next.
Celebrations to mark construction of £30m Campus Whitehaven
A major milestone for Whitehaven's £30 million education campus has been celebrated as construction work is under way.
Construction work to begin at Whitehaven education campus
Students, teachers and funders are due to celebrate the start of construction of the £30 million Whitehaven Campus on Wednesday.

Cleator Moor town council offices

 Cleator Moor town council offices
Cleator Moor town council offices
Fight continues to tackle anti-social behaviour in West Cumbrian town
Steps continue to be taken to tackle vandalism in Cleator Moor.

Chris Grayling on the A595 with Copeland MP Trudy Harrison

 Chris Grayling on the A595 with Copeland MP Trudy Harrison
Chris Grayling on the A595 with Copeland MP Trudy Harrison
Transport minister: Improvements to main A595 road are my top priority
Improvements to a main route linking north and south Cumbria remain top of the government's 'roads priority list', says transport secretary Chris Grayling.

Catherine Street car park, Whitehaven

Picture courtesy of Google Streetview

 Catherine Street car park, Whitehaven Picture courtesy of Google Streetview
Catherine Street car park, Whitehaven Picture courtesy of Google Streetview
Lighting scheme at West Cumbrian car park changed following resident's concerns
Residents' concerns have resulted in a council reducing the number of lights it was planning to put up in a car park.