Cumbria Womens Centre – Supporting Women during COVID19 Pandemic

CUMBRIA WOMEN’S CENTRES – SUCCESSFULLY SUPPORTING WOMEN DURING THE COVID19 PANDEMIC Cumbria Women’s Centre network are continuing to provide critical help to women across the county since the start of the pandemic, with specifically adapted and tailored services around the needs of local women and support groups. Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall comments: “We… Continue reading Cumbria Womens Centre – Supporting Women during COVID19 Pandemic


Students celebrate GCSE success

STUDENTS CELEBRATE GCSE SUCCESS Staff and students are celebrating after more than 200 Furness College learners achieved pass grades in their all-important GCSE English and maths exams. Some 47 per cent of students secured grades 9-4 for English and 44 per cent achieved 9-4 for maths across the Channelside and Rating Lane campuses in November.… Continue reading Students celebrate GCSE success


Teachers and Youth Workers urged to use new resources to raise awareness of drugs and alcohol isssues

TEACHERS AND YOUTH WORKERS URGED TO USE NEW RESOURCES TO RAISE AWARENESS OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ISSUES AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE Teachers, tutors and youth workers are being urged to take advantage of new resources created by a Cumbrian charity aimed at raising awareness of drug and alcohol issues among young people. “We are calling on… Continue reading Teachers and Youth Workers urged to use new resources to raise awareness of drugs and alcohol isssues


Government and local MP condemned for voting against NHS trade protections.

Government and local MP condemned for voting against NHS trade protections. In a vote on Tuesday evening, Barrow and Furness MP Simon Fell and fellow Conservative MP’s voted against an amendment to the government’s trade bill to prevent the NHS being sold off or undermined by the government’s trade deals with other countries. US officials… Continue reading Government and local MP condemned for voting against NHS trade protections.


PCC urges public to stay alert as COVID19 vaccination scams rise

PPC URGES PUBLIC TO STAY ALERT AS COVID-19 VACCINATION SCAMS RISE Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall, is urging residents to stay safe online during the third UK-wide COVID-19 lockdown. Across the UK, people are receiving scam emails and texts masquerading as NHS asking residents to book in for their COVID-19 vaccine by supplying… Continue reading PCC urges public to stay alert as COVID19 vaccination scams rise


PCC urges public to stay alert as COVID19 vaccination scams rise

PPC URGES PUBLIC TO STAY ALERT AS COVID-19 VACCINATION SCAMS RISE Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall, is urging residents to stay safe online during the third UK-wide COVID-19 lockdown. Across the UK, people are receiving scam emails and texts masquerading as NHS asking residents to book in for their COVID-19 vaccine by supplying… Continue reading PCC urges public to stay alert as COVID19 vaccination scams rise


PCC urges public to stay alert as COVID19 vaccination scams rise

PPC URGES PUBLIC TO STAY ALERT AS COVID-19 VACCINATION SCAMS RISE Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall, is urging residents to stay safe online during the third UK-wide COVID-19 lockdown. Across the UK, people are receiving scam emails and texts masquerading as NHS asking residents to book in for their COVID-19 vaccine by supplying… Continue reading PCC urges public to stay alert as COVID19 vaccination scams rise


Merseryside Woman Sentanced for role in County Lines Drug dealings in Barrow-in-Furness

MERSEYSIDE WOMEN SENTENCED FOR HER ROLE IN COUNTY LINES DRUG DEALING IN BARROW IN FURNESS 41-year-old Toni Cross, from Merseyside, has been sentenced to four years for offences in Cumbria and Merseyside. Cross appeared at Preston Crown Court on the 18th of January for sentencing after pleading guilty to offences relating to the supply of… Continue reading Merseryside Woman Sentanced for role in County Lines Drug dealings in Barrow-in-Furness


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