Egremont flood alleviation works drop in at the Falcon club on Tues 12th November has been cancelled


Regarding the flood works drop in session that was due to take place next week- the EA have emailed to say that it is unfortunately now CANCELLED and will be arranged in the near future after the general election- here is the email we received with the reason and a possible future date.-


Dear All

Unfortunately, due to Purdah, we are having to postpone the drop-in on the 13th November. We have been waiting for confirmation from Defra that we need to postpone it, which we received this morning.
Once the election has taken place, we are in the lead-up to Christmas, and we have therefore decided to postpone it until the New Year. We are now looking at a provisional date of the 15th January, and will forward a formal invite nearer the time, once it is confirmed. Can you please put this date in your diaries please?

Again, apologies, but this is unfortunately out of our hands.

Regards

Glyn Vaughan
Partnership Manager
Environment Agency

Egremont & Moor row war memorials receive repainting & maintenance

  Monumental Mason completing the refresh of the lettering on Egremont & moor row War Memorials. The railings of both memorials have also undergone repair.

  This is to make sure they look their best for remembrance Sunday and into the future.

   Egremont Town council have agreement with the Veterans club and  will be doing any cleaning etc with joint working to keep the memorials tidy and clean. Can anyone interested in helping preserve the memorials please contact the town council clerk prior to undertaking any cleaning. Thank you.

DO YOU HAVE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF CANCER, EITHER AS A PATIENT OR A CARER? WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP TO SHAPE AN EXCITING NEW COMMUNITY BASED SERVICE FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH CANCER IN NORTH CUMBRIA?

DO YOU HAVE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF CANCER, EITHER AS A PATIENT OR A CARER?

DO YOU HAVE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF CANCER, EITHER AS A PATIENT OR A CARER?

WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP TO SHAPE AN EXCITING NEW COMMUNITY BASED SERVICE FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH CANCER IN NORTH CUMBRIA?

The needs of patients and carers are at the centre of this development and we would like you to co-design this service with us.
We are meeting on
13th November at 6.30pm at the Education Centre, Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle
to set the scene and look at how we will work together going forward.
We hope you can make it. If you’d like to attend then please contact
Liam Ryan on 07458 009010 or lryan@macmillan.org.uk.
If you have any queries about the project itself then please contact
Laura Barton, Macmillan Senior Project Manager, on 01768 245921.
We look forward to hearing from you!