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Date: Monday 5th November 2018
THE extent of opposition to Eden Council’s masterplan for Penrith, which would result in the building of three new villages containing more than 5,500 new homes as well as a new large tract of employment land, is beginning to become clearer.
Date: Tuesday 30th October 2018
THE cascade of 13,000 knitted and crocheted poppies running down the wall of St John’s Church, Keswick, is an evocative reminder that the day on which the country pays tribute to the fallen in two world wars and other conflicts around the globe is fast approaching.
Date: Monday 1st October 2018
RUTH Davidson has ruled herself out of the political power game south of the Border. She wants a life and politics and politicians bear little relation to reality. In short, she’s too good to lead the squabbling Tory party and too good to be Prime Minister.
Date: Wednesday 12th September 2018
MORE than a million more people aged 65 and over, a rise of a third, will need round-the-clock care by 2035. The number of over-85s requiring 24-hour care in England will almost double to 446,000 according to a study in The Lancet.
Date: Monday 3rd September 2018
WHEN it comes to mobile phones I am officially labelled “dumb.” However, I could soon become fashionable in the world of the older mobile user because “dumb phones” sales are rising as more and more of us attempt to escape smartphones and the tentacles of social media.
Date: Monday 13th August 2018
A GROUP of locals are knitting hundreds, if not thousands, of poppies in preparation for a display in church on Remembrance Sunday which this year has additional poignancy as it coincides with the centenary of the First World War coming to an end.