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We are all poorer for the death of Pamela, Dowager Lady of Egremont, who died on 6th November at the age of 88, but so much richer for her life….
Alan Cleaver POINTLESS vandalism of some of our local beauty spots sadly continues. This time it is Clints Quarry – operated by the Wildlife Trust – which has been targeted….
For Cleator captain, David Rooney, the experience of returning from Lord’s with the National Village Cup to safeguard for the year was “out of this world.” If Hollywood made a…
Edna Branthwaite I know that many people in Egremont were shocked by the news that Marianne Hornby had sustained a severe head injury in a bicycle accident on 28th August….
Janet Dunning That’s the question Egremont Flood Action Group (EGFlood) is asking and they’d like your help to find the answer. EGFlood was set up to work with the…
Edna Branthwaite At about 9am on Wednesday 28th August, Marianne Hornby, who set up the Egremont and District Heritage Centre, was riding her bicycle from her home in Nethertown on…
The discovery of a hoard of Roman coins in a field in Lowside Quarter was such a thrill for Justin Bell that even a holiday he had been looking forward…
Janet Dunning After delays caused by last year’s inclement weather, work on the reinstatement of the permissive footpath alongside the river near the Pitts Farm allotments, in Egremont, have begun….
By Heather Dempster I AM a 15-year-old girl from West Cumbria whose regular routine includes football, busking and homework so you’d be forgiven for thinking my interest in current affairs…
Providing an urgently needed ambulance to relieve the suffering of Syrian refugees is the latest project proposed by the local charity, Bootle Refugee Aid Cumbria, (BRACUK.) Joan Capp, who founded…
Ali Hipkin Franciene Tyson from Egremont has used the expected arrival of the Royal baby next month as the theme for a charity event. She has hosted a Cluedo themed…
Soldiers saluted by West Cumbrians as they make triumphant homecoming by Alan Cleaver Alan Cleaver Hundreds of people lined the streets of Whitehaven to cheer West Cumbrian soldiers during their…
A fifteen second video captures the full horror of the collapse of the mineshaft on Howbank Road. It was captured on a closed circuit camera which Ryan Rickerby himself has…
Matthew Burgess, whose remarkable photos of the mine shaft opening appeared in our Stop Press last month, has sent us this photo to show the progress in filling and capping…
Just look at the rate at which the riverside footpath is being eroded. To the left, a photo taken in March 2010 3½ metres of footpath intact. To the right…