On Monday, April 12, Allerdale Council will make some changes to their services.

The offices will reopen on an appointment basis only, there will no longer be a walk-in service.

Public toilets in Workington town centre and Maryport remain open on a reduced basis. Toilets at Harrington and Caldbeck remain closed.

Markets in Workington, Wigton and Keswick will resume from the week commencing April 12 in line with the Government’s roadmap, various measures will be in place for safety.

A team of street marshals on behalf of the council will be out and about across Allerdale throughout April to help keep people safe and support the easing of coronavirus restrictions.

From April 12, the council’s leisure partners GLL will be reopening the leisure centres in Workington and Cockermouth as well as The Wave Centre in Maryport for indoor activities in line with Covid-19 restrictions. The gym at the leisure pool site in Keswick will also reopen on April 12.

The council will continue to provide free parking for NHS workers, care workers and NHS volunteers.