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Jerry Moss (left), Center Parcs red squirrel ranger and trustee of the Penrith Red Squirrel Group, with red squirrel rangers (left to right) Gary Murphy, Tebay, John Lisle, Melmerby, Andrew Hodgkinson, Hutton, Julie Bailey, treasurer, David Cowen, Dalston, and Christian Bensaid, Ullswater, and the chairman of the Penrith group, Robert Benson.

Date: Tuesday 18th April 2017

LITTLE did the Victorians realise when they introduced grey squirrels to the UK in the 1870s they were responsible for posing the main threat to the native red population.

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Prince Charles chats to locals during his visit to Appleby.

Date: Tuesday 11th April 2017

PRINCE Charles chatted to residents and dignitaries as he strolled around Appleby this morning on a visit designed to celebrate the town's recovery from the floods of December, 2015.

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Date: Thursday 13th April 2017

DRIVERS of HGVs which weigh 7.5 tonnes or more are being warned to stop using Castletown as a cut through to Penrith's Gilwilly industrial estate.

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Date: Thursday 13th April 2017

AN Eden bakery firm with an “unblemished health and safety record” has been ordered to pay almost £80,000 following two accidents at its Lazonby site.

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Date: Monday 10th April 2017

IRRESPONSIBLE behaviour by a few people resulted in the closure of an entry point to a popular area of public access land between Lazonby and Plumpton, a farmer has said.

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Date: Monday 10th April 2017

CANDIDATES from all the major political parties are standing in Eden in next month’s Cumbria County Council elections.

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