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From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH There are two walls in Seascale where Iron railings were taken away 80years ago this year for the war effort. These were taken up from twowalls up the banks in the village, but there is a better example on thefront wall at the Methodist church on Gosforth road Seascale. Back inthe […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH After a slow start earlier this month, families have started visiting the latest free artwork on display in West Cumbria. Halecat Sculpture Garden Trail 2020 has just installed the tallest sculpture in the county. The sculpture trail will stay open until the 20th of September and will be situated all on […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH Storms such as Dennis, Gertrude and Ciara have taken their toll on Walney Island in recent years. However, not all storms are bad. The fantastic nature reserves such as Ravenglass and Eskmeals have survived quite well by almost embracing the natural shifting sands that these storms create. Further up the road, […]

FROM OUR REPORTER  JASON RUSHWORTH Locals have been reacting online today, to the new proposed tidal Bridge linking the Cumbrian Coast. At Prime ministers Questions today it was claimed the new green highway incorporating tidal energy would befitting communities from Barrow to Workington. Simon Fell MP for Barrow and Furness restated his ambition to see […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH We can expect two new faces around the Barrow Marine terminal very soon. Bright eyes and bushy tailed and ready to start a life of discovery. That’s what awaits two lucky apprentices to International Nuclear Services (INS). Today the call went out to start shortlisting for two lucky local school leavers […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH The big place has now moved towards a business as usual state, as they launch a new internal vacancy web page which is accessible for all employees with or without network access. This will ensure that opportunities are visible and transparent to the whole of our workforce. Employees who are currently on maternity or paternity […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH A group of neighbours from in Seaton Workington, have made the best of their lock down period today by organising a socially distant exercise class! The Braeside and Seaton Keep Fitter’s have now backed Hospice at Home West Cumbria, by purchasing branded t-shirts to wear during their new daily work-out in the street. Organiser Barbara MacLeod told St […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH. Lamplugh Lasses have been showing how to enjoy the lakes responsibly. Members of Lamplugh Women’s Institute Cumbria have begun holding weekly walks around our part of the world today, while still observing social distancing. They have just completed the first of many walks to boost ladies mental and physical health before the weather changes this weekend. The Institutes national events have […]

From our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH Many people in Copeland have discovered cycling and walking in recent months. As such Whitehaven is to get a share of a government hand out to encourage us all to get on our bikes. The government tells St Bees radio today in a freedom of information request – that it has asked local authorities in our county to make […]

by our reporter JASON RUSHWORTH If your looking at your bins and recycling today and thinking where’s the bin man; well Copeland Borough council say they are experiencing delays with their recycling collections today. They will return either tomorrow or the following day for any missed collections in Whitehaven, Egremont and Distington. A full list of affected streets is at They are also aware […]