Flood alleviation scheme launch – Wednesday 15th January starting at 5pm until 7pm

   Great news- The Environment Agency flood alleviation scheme meeting is to take place on Wednesday 15th January at the Falcon Club.


   The Scheme meeting will start at 5pm (17:00) and end at 7pm (19:00).


  Please let everyone know and please go along find out everything you need to know about how this £8 million plus scheme will stop any future flooding around Orgill and Castle view.

Egremont fire station achieves another clothing bank award and CAN YOU HELP EGREMONT FIRE STATION WIN THE JANUARY 2020 NATIONAL TEXTILE COMPETITION FOR THE 6TH YEAR!!

Last year we managed to collect a massive 14.7 tonnes which raised over £3,240 for the Firefighters Charity and with your help again this year we are going to attempt to break 15 tonnes. Please drop off your textiles from 1st – 31st January at Egremont Fire Station.

CAN YOU HELP EGREMONT FIRE STATION WIN THE JANUARY 2020 NATIONAL TEXTILE COMPETITION FOR THE 6TH YEAR!!

Thanks for your support.

Egremont’s Bookwell school ranked high in national table


Bookwell Primary School, in Egremont, was placed 18th out of 250 top performing state primary schools in the 2020 edition of ‘Parent Power, The Sunday Times Schools Guide’, which is now in its 27th edition.
The guide identifies the highest achieving schools in the UK, based on their most recent SATS test results.
Scores for reading, GPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling) and maths are scaled and averaged.


Average scores of 100 represents the expected standard children should achieve by the end of Year 6.
A score of 110 or above in any of the three measures indicates children working at a ‘higher’ level of attainment.
Bookwell scored an aggregate score of 339 from their 2018 results, achieving 112 in reading; 111 in maths and 116 in grammar.
Headteacher Russell Hardy attributes the excellent ranking and results to the school’s approach to support pupils without putting pressure on them.

Egremont town hall clock: Not working at the moment

Egremont Town Council is aware that the Town Hall clock is currently not working.

There is a problem with the clock stopping after only a few hours after it has been wound up.

The company who services the clock is due to attend on 9th December and hopefully the clock will be back up and running as normal following their visit. Thank you