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There is still time to enter St Bees Village School, 3rd Annual Scarecrow Trail. The event will take place between 12:00 – 16:00 on Saturday 17 October.  Entry is FREE.  To register contact the School office on 823392. Closing date for entries is FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER  Maps available on day from Village School carpark or […]

St Bees Community Radio are hosting our first ever Brilliant Bees Writing Competition! Do you dream of becoming the next Beatrix Potter or Roald Dahl? Or do you just like writing for fun? Either way, the Brilliant Bees writing competition is the perfect opportunity to show off your talent. Your writing may even be recognised […]

From our Reporter Jason Rushworth Ferry’s across Windermere has returned to normal COVID 19 operatingcapacity a short while ago.Across this week drivers, cyclists and foot passengers were left havingto find alternative routes across the lake, leading to heavier thannormal traffic on the A591.What the Windermere ferry called today as technical difficulties to itsMallard craft were […]

FROM OUR REPORTER JASON RUSHWORTH The Dock Museum in Barrow has been successful in its bid for National Lottery Heritage Funds. £816,700 has been granted for a project entitled Shipyard Town. The project will focus on the rich heritage of Barrow’s main industry from the 1950s to the present day, as well as looking to the future. The total project costs were just […]

FROM OUR REPORTER JASON RUSHWORTH The place where every Penny spent stays in West Cumbria is reopeningagain soon.The Hospice at home charity shop in Workington is reopening again nextmonth!The staff and volunteers have been working day and night to get everything ready to reopen next week.They have taken this week to make sure all of the […]

FROM OUR REPORTER JASON RUSHWORTH This Saturday see the return of National Marin week across the Cumbria coast. The Wildlife Trust Cumbria have allocated this Saturday the 25th to kick start National Marin week, which will run over two weeks this year through to the 9th of August. They want us to take advantage of a full fortnight between the tides […]

FROM OUR REPORTER JASON RUSHWORTH In September 2019 it was confirmed that Barrow-in-Furness was among the 101 towns that would be invited to put forward a ‘Town Deal’ proposal valued at up to £25m of economic growth. Its hopped by the council, that the town investment plan will see Barrow increase the vibrancy of its town […]

FROM OUR REPORTER JASON RUSHWORTH Book worms will be out in force in Cumbria from mid August. Since lock down our counties libraries have been in suspended animation. Cumbria libraries have for many of our older residents; been a haven of social contact, with free news papers to read and a chance for a catch […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH West Cumbria Schools are set to get a free gift. The Charity Scopes4SEN is working to provide free telescopes and other astronomy tools and materials for special educational needs schools and hospitals around the UK. Cumbria will be the first ever recipient thanks to our great sky’s and low light pollution. […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH Viable from Clint’s Hill Egremont last night. Comet Neowise doesn’t require binoculars to see. Make a date for your diary for the 23rd of July at 10 pm. This is when the Comet will pass at its closest to West Cumbria at a mere 64 million miles away. So quite local […]