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  1. NOSTALGIA: Memories of 'Morphy's Mill'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Just over two years ago my interest in "Morphy's Mill", as D. Morphy's Blouse and Dress Manufactory was known, arose because of my curiosity about there once having been a major employer of females in Carnforth, where now there are few jobs. I became even more enthusiastic when ex-employees spoke so very fondly of the place, their colleagues, and of the Morphys and I wanted to research it further.

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  2. Photos: Young people's tribute to fallen airmenRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | Clitheroe Advertiser and Times

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  3. Electric cupboard blamed for fire in Kirkby Lonsdale wine barRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Thewestmorland Gazette

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  4. Me and My Garden: With Joyce Fletcher of Sandgate School, KendalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    This week's Me and My Garden features Joyce Fletcher. Joyce is headteacher at Sandgate School in Kendal, which aims to provide equal education opportunities for children with special needs.

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  5. Paul Dixon says Dunston UTS' Andrew Bulford is one of the best strikers aroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Chronicle Live

    I can't wait for the next round of the FA Vase - and Dunston UTS' trip to Heanor Town, in particular. The lads are staying in Chesterfield, and the last time they did that they drew 2-2 with Staveley Miners Welfare to progress to the Wembley final.

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  6. Search launched after Cumbrian dog walker goes missingRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | News and Star

    A search was launched for the 40-year-old after he failed to return hours after leaving his home in Workington last night. He was discovered behind a pond at Shore Road, Salterbeck, in the early hours of this morning, suffering from severe cold and with his dog beside him.

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  7. Cycling initiative is 'wheely' goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    BRITISH Cycling has made a special presentation to key figures from the GoLakes Travel programme after getting 400 people out on bike rides in the Lake District. The guided rides have been spearheaded by British Cycling in partnership with the GoLakes Travel programme, which is seeking to convert visitors to greener ways of exploring the Lake District.

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  8. All you need to know about pensioner bonds launching in the new yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Daily Mail

    The Government has finally revealed details about the long-awaited 'pensioner bonds', first announced in the Chancellor's Budget in March. These accounts are designed to help retirees whose cash savings have been ravaged by interest rate cuts over several years.

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  9. Travel: Discovering St Bega in the Lake DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Scotsman.com

    Unlike a load of places I could mention in Scotland, the Lake District has always been good at niche marketing. Go to a sweetshop in Keswick and they won't just sell you Belgian chocolates, but bars with a wrapping based on the local Ordnance Survey map.

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  10. Police search for stolen kittenRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 13 | News and Star

    Three-month-old Bella was taken from Newlands Gardens in Workington in the early hours of the morning. Officers have voiced fears that the black-and-white pet might have been "discarded" by thieves afterwards.

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  11. Carlisle murderer who went on the run when serving life sentence demands open prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Chronicle Live

    Police seal of the entrance to Knott Hill Farm at Armathwaite, Carlisle, where Mrs Ruth Musgrove was murdered in January 1979. Inset, William Bewley A convicted killer who went on the run for nine years while serving a life sentence is now suing the Justice Secretary for refusing to move him to an open prison.

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  12. Car parking 'profiteering charge' denied by Cumbrian councilRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 13 | News and Star

    Council chiefs have hit back at a suggestion that they have pulled in huge "profits" from local authority parking charges across Cumbria. The RAC Foundation levelled the allegation at councils across the country after the latest figures showed that parking charge revenues nationally have risen steadily for the past five years.

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  13. Restored stationmaster's house wins national awardRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Cravenherald.co.uk

    A PIECE of railway history which has been restored to its former glory has triumphed at a national industry awards ceremony. The Station Master's House at Ribblehead on the historic Settle to Carlisle railway line beat scores of entrants from across the UK and Ireland to win the National Railway Heritage Awards conservation category.

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  14. A 'spirited' walk in wild, unspoilt countrysideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Cravenherald.co.uk

    A STRENUOUS walk with a long climb and steep descent. There are also a number of narrow stone stiles and paths that have tree roots.

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  15. Grant delays force Furness Enterprise to close at end of DecemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Furness Enterprise, based at Lindal-in-Furness, was set up in 1991 on the back of major redundancies at the Barrow shipyard but helped companies in the town and nearby Dalton, Lindal and Ulverston, among others. It says it has helped businesses create 10,500 jobs during its 23-year history but has 'run out of road'.

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  16. 'Cafe culture' injection could bring the continent to Kendal as part of major plan for townRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    KENDAL could be set for an injection of continental-style 'cafe culture' in a bid to shed its evening 'ghost town' reputation. A raft of measures could be brought in, including more public transport and extensions to the opening hours of shops and businesses, in a bid to keep people in the town centre after 5pm.

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  17. New footpath offers a safe shortcut to town's hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | West Cumberland Times and Star

    Three town councillors have rallied round to provide a safe shortcut for Cockermouth residents walking to the hospital and leisure centre. SAFE PASSAGE: Councillors Christine and Alan Smith and Len Davies, right, on the new footpath, which allows better pedestrian access to the hospital Allerdale council agreed to do the work after being approached by All Saints ward town councillors Alan Smith, Christine Smith and Len Davies.

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  18. Obituary - John Thompson, of WorkingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | West Cumberland Times and Star

    He said: "No matter what the weather he used to climb up to that box and put the scores in. "He had a great sense of humour.

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  19. Carlisle Poppy Appeal raises record totalRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | The Cumberland News

    Organisers of the appeal, run by the Carlisle & Stanwix branch of the Royal British Legion, are celebrating after counting 88,734 so far. The vast majority of this year's total raised so far has been collected in just two weeks over the Remembrance and Armistice Day period last month.

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  20. Barrow gliding club set for return to skiesRead the original story

    Friday Dec 5 | North-West Evening Mail

    PILOTS from a Barrow club will soon take to the skies once again when a new tug aircraft gets the green light to fly. Lakes Gliding Club, which is based at Walney Airfield, has been out of action for six months as its former tug was getting too expensive to run.

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