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All change for Cumbria County Council as Labour loses 10 seats - News & Star

The Conservatives have strengthened their grip on Cumbria, overtaking Labour as the party with the most seats on the county council. The Tories now hold ... "We have had some good results, though, for example in Alston and Keswick. "There's no one ... Read More...

Health policy could be crucial for Cumbria's General Election candidates - News & Star

In two weeks' time, Cumbrians will be going to the polls to decide who will be the county's next MPs. One of the hot topics both locally and nationally is the future of the NHS, but it remains to be seen whether the local population will make it a key ...and more » Read More...

Ward-by-ward: Who won which seat on Cumbria County Council - News & Star

In a night of surprises, the Conservatives became the largest single party on Cumbria County Council. They gained 12 seats to finish the election with 37, which is 11 more than Labour, who fell from 36 to 26 seats. The Lib Dems increased by one to 16 ...and more » Read More...

Can Cumbria's former MPs get back into Parliament? - News & Star

Mr Stewart has also found his local community hospitals come under threat from NHS cuts, drawn up by the highly unpopular Success Regime - sent into Cumbria by his own Government. He opposed the plans, but Wigton and Alston hospitals are still set to ...and more » Read More...

Cumbrian headteachers lead the rallying call against education cuts - News & Star

A headteacher has revealed how drastic cuts to school budgets have left her in tears. Sarah Threlkeld-Brown, of Clifton Primary School, near Penrith, was among several heads to speak out during a high-profile rally against planned cuts to school funding. Read More...

Alston Moor District Councillor Thomas Sheriff resigns - Cumbria Crack

Penrith townhall The Eden District Councillor for Alston Moor, Thomas Sheriff (Liberal Democrat Group), has with effect from 16 May 2017 resigned from being a Ward Councillor for the area. Thomas Sheriff was elected in a by-election in August 2016. Read More...

A good walk: Alston and Garrigill, Cumbria - The Times (subscription)

The little sloping market town of Alston lies among the North Pennine hills. Stone-walled lanes lead away from the town across the fells, and I found one to follow southwards along the eastern flank of the River South Tyne. The postie in his red van ...and more » Read More...

Open Garden at Crossrigg House - Cumbria Crack

Over 6,000 patients and their families have been cared for during this time and we are proud to provide this vital service in the north and east of Cumbria. Thank you to all supporters who have helped us to reach this significant milestone. We hope the ... Read More...

Community hospitals boss has new job - The Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

As chief executive of the Penrith-based Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Mrs. Molloy has been central to talks about a service shake-up affecting community hospitals in Alston, Wigton and Maryport. Malcolm Forster, of the Alston Moor Health ... Read More...

Times & Star health campaign wins national award - Times & Star

... controversial plans to overhaul parts of the NHS in north, west and east Cumbria - most controversially radically reforming maternity care at Whitehaven's West Cumberland Hospital and the closure of community hospital beds in Maryport, Wigton and ...and more » Read More...

News & Star Save Our Services campaign in running for top award - News & Star

... controversial plans to overhaul parts of the NHS in north, west and east Cumbria - most controversially radically reforming maternity care at Whitehaven's West Cumberland Hospital and the closure of community hospital beds in Maryport, Wigton and ...and more » Read More...

Green Party Announces Candidate for Penrith and The Border - Cumbria Crack

The long-term, negative impact of these cuts is appalling; it is unacceptable, for instance, that local health provision at Alston Hospital is threatened by cutbacks and closures. On national issues, Doug said: “The Green Party fought hard for Britain ...and more » Read More...

What does the future hold 'best preserved' fort in Roman Empire? - ChronicleLive

To mark the 60th anniversary, Elaine has organised a conference on Saturday at Alston Town Hall to look back at what has been learned since 1957 and what the future may hold for the site. Stewart Ainsworth has carried out considerable research for ... Read More...

As it happened: Deciding on the future of Cumbria's healthcare - News & Star

... close community hospital beds in Maryport, Wigton and Alston. NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group's governing body met at the Oval Centre in Salterbeck, Workington, to discuss the Healthcare for the Future proposals. We were there, bringing ... Read More...

Let's move to Alston, Cumbria - The Guardian

What's going for it? Should we be out on our sea level rise predictions, I reckon Alston would be OK. London might become Atlantis, but high on top of the Pennines, Alston, one of the loftiest towns in the country, would surely survive as an un-desert ... Read More...