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New horticulture centre is ‘phoenix arising from ashes of Newton Rigg’

Former staff of the horticulture centre at Newton Rigg College, Penrith, plus many of its students, have now been transplanted to facilities at Lowther Castle and Gardens. The NR Training School of Horticulture at the castle was officially opened by David Beeby, the High Sheriff of Cumbria, who likened the occasion to a phoenix arising from the ashes of Newton Rigg.
AGRICULTURE
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whitehavennews.co.uk

'We watched in horror' - readers remember where they were on 9/11

As part of our coverage 20 years after the 9/11 attacks, we asked our readers to share their memories of the day they heard the news. AS TODAY marks 20 years since 9/11 - a day that shocked the entire world - we asked Cumbrians where they were on the day.
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cwgazette.co.uk

Cumbrians share their personal experience of 9/11

As part of our coverage 20 years after the 9/11 attacks, we asked people who we spoke to at the time to look back at their experiences. ONE story that we covered on September 12, 2001 was that of the four Cumbrian lads - Graeme Brough of Dalston, Neil Graham of Kirkbampton, Simon Yeowart of Thursby, and Guy Woodcock from Caldbeck - who'd visited the top of the World Trade Centre on September 10.
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whitehavennews.co.uk

Cumbrians who have completed The Great North Run

THE Great North Run will take place this weekend - with many from around Cumbria joining in on the event. For years, many fit and determined Cumbrians have donned their running shoes and took part in the half marathon for thousands of different charities.
SPORTS

Crawley Nick the points as Tsaroulla leaves it late

Nick Tsaroulla’s last-minute goal earned Crawley their first win in four league games with a 2-1 home success over Carlisle. The Reds went ahead for the first time in eight games in all competitions this season when striker Tom Nichols hit his first goal for six months after 32 minutes.
SOCCER

John Yems breathes a sigh of relief as Crawley snatch much-needed win

Head coach John Yems spoke of his relief at getting a win after a last-minute strike from Nick Tsaroulla gave Crawley their first league victory in four games. Tom Nichols put the Reds in front with his first goal in six months, but Jon Mellish looked to have salvaged a point for the Cumbrians before Tsaroulla had the final say.
SOCCER
SkySports

Crawley 2-1 Carlisle: Nick Tsaroulla scores last-minute winner for Reds

Nick Tsaroulla's last-minute goal earned Crawley their first win in four league games with a 2-1 home success over Carlisle. The Reds went ahead for the first time in eight games in all competitions this season when striker Tom Nichols hit his first goal for six months after 32 minutes.
SOCCER
newcivilengineer.com

Fierce arguments erupt at Cumbrian coal mine inquiry

A war of words has broken out at the public inquiry into controversial proposals to create a new coal mine in Cumbria. Opponents of the application to build an underground "coking coal" facility near Whitehaven hit back at various comments made by supporters of the £165M project. On the first...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
in-cumbria.com

System People in Carlisle calls on Cumbrians to consider supply teaching roles

A training and recruitment provider in north Cumbria is urging more people to consider a career in teaching amid supply teacher and supply teaching assistant shortages in the county. System People said they have a number of supply teacher and supply teaching assistant vacancies and are also hoping to take...
EDUCATION
whitehavennews.co.uk

Remembering Sarah Harding as she performed in Carlisle’s Pop2thepark

For this edition of Nostalgia, we decided to turn the clocks and calendar pages back to 2005, in Bitts Park, Carlisle, where Girl’s Aloud performed at the peak of their career. In recent news, it was broken that beloved Girls Aloud member Sarah Harding passed away. Her death was announced...
CELEBRITIES
whitehavennews.co.uk

Cumbrians concerned over limited access to dental health treatment

Readers have been responding to pandemic related dental health access issues. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on dental care in Cumbria has been laid bare by new figures revealing a sharp decline in treatments delivered to patients. Dental practices were told to halt all routine dental care from March...
HEALTH
whitehavennews.co.uk

UPDATE: Coronavirus cases rise by 20% in Cumbria

Cases of coronavirus have been on the rise sharply this week. There were 1903 cases recorded which is an increase of 20% from the previous week. Allerdale has been has had the greatest number of cases for the fifth week in a row. Colin Cox, Cumbria’s Director of Public Health,...
WORLD
in-cumbria.com

Cumbrians can get discount on Lake District attractions

CUMBRIA residents can enjoy a discount to some of the most popular attractions the Lake District has to offer – thanks to the return of the Local Residents’ Discount Card. Passengers have taken advantage of discounted tickets offered by Windermere Lake Cruises to enjoy all the natural beauty on their doorstep. Visitors to the popular Lakeland Motor Museum have also benefitted from the same reduced entry fees.
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