The new Whitehaven Lengthsmen Scheme is now well underway – and improvements are already being seen across the area. The two-year project supports a variety of environmental activities such as grass cutting, tidying hedgerows, maintaining benches and generally improving the upkeep of public areas. The scheme...

A scheme to resurface and repair a two-and-half mile stretch of the A66 near Workington is due to begin on Saturday 4 October.

The Highways...

Memories of battles fought and duty done during World War One will be featured in a major new exhibition opening at Penrith and Eden Museum on Tues...

Join Cumbria Chamber of Commerce for the Carlisle Business Breakfast Club on Friday 3rd October between 8am and 9.30am at Tullie House, Carlisle....

David Carr, aged 39 from Winder, near Frizington has been found guilty of assault at Wigan and Leigh Magistrates Court yesterday, 26 September 2014...

Parents of children starting at Cumbria’s primary and secondary schools and transferring from infant to junior or primary schools in September 2015...

Cumbria Business Growth Hub is delighted to announce that Innovus is the sole sponsor of the next Growth Twenty14 exhibition, Cumbria’s biggest bus...

The grandson of a pioneering wildlife expert will provide a fascinating overview of his grandfather's ground-breaking work in a free, public lecture to be held at the Ambleside campus of the...
A Workington-based manufacturer has been fined for safety failings after an employee was badly injured when he was struck by a one-and-a-half-tonne steel beam. TIS Cumbria Ltd was prosecuted by the...
Kendal-based accountancy firm Moore and Smalley has given its backing to a ‘Manifesto for Manufacturing’ which calls for radical changes to the education system to boost skills. The report, compiled...
John Macilwraith has been appointed as the new Corporate Director of Children’s Services at Cumbria County Council. Acting Corporate Director since January 2014, the council’s Chief Officers’ Panel...

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