On Friday February 15th there is a community litter pick.
This is the first community litter pick of the year.
As usual there will be town and borough councillors, members of Calderwood house, the lengthsmen team, members of Egflood as well as children from the local primary and secondary schools.
Please come along and join in- bags, gloves and pickers are available. All ages and abilities welcome.
We’re meeting outside of the market hall office, Egremont at 10am.
Looking forward to seeing you all there
Ask for Angela
Bars and pubs across the county have signed up to the Ask for Angela safety initiative.
This is a simple code word campaign for people feeling unsafe when on a date. It encourages people to discreetly ask for help by going to the bar and Ask for Angela – a phrase aimed at alerting staff for help so they can defuse a situation.
Once alerted, the person is taken aside or to a safe location so they can speak in confidence about what help they may need. Staff can then call a taxi, contact their friends or family or direct the individual out of the venue via an alternative exit.
More information available here: https://goo.gl/2Y54xz
Moor row road safety improvements
still a chance to have your say
The Scalegill road speed ramps consultation will soon be ending.
Cumbria county council launched the Moor row road safety – Scalegill road speed ramps was launched on Monday October 22nd.
The plans are to have several speed humps installed along the full stretch of Scalegill road to help slow traffic as they enter or exit the village– especially as traffic passes Moor row school.
The consultation is soon to end so if you haven’t committed your opinions please do so by Saturday November 17th.
Mike Hawkins is the County council’s Copeland area Autism champion.
Cllr Mike Hawkins can give full details of autism, autism spectrum- including Asperger’s. during his presentations he can give details of the two libraries that are autism friendly- Whitehaven and Millom, of businesses that offer help to autistic people and families, that Manchester and Newcastle airports offer fantastic help and guidance to those who have autistic family members and how to access this as well as the West Cumbria autism clinic based at Hensingham which has great facilities and carers. Also Cllr Hawkins can give courses and help to businesses and groups who wish to become autism aware.
Anyone who wishes to contact Cllr Mike Hawkins please phone-
07925132549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Egremont community litter pick
Friday 26th October 10am
outside of the market hall
Its that time again! Autumn is here and the leaves and turn colour and falling and the nights are drawing in.
Time for the community to come together.
The 1st community litter pick of autumn is taking place on Friday 26th October at 10am until midday. We meet up at the Market hall from 0945.
Please come along, join in and help to keep the streets and paths clear of rubbish getting them spick and span for the Halloween.
Students from the local schools, members of Calderwood house, members local businesses, local councillors and of course the public. Pickers and bags will be available.
All ages and abilities welcome.
Armistice Centenary celebrations
Here are the timings for the Egremont and Moor Row Remembrance Sunday services;
Sunday 11th November
Egremont – 1030
Parade form up 1045
Service at War Memorial 1100
Church service at St Michael & St Mary’s
Entertainment and refreshments at Egremont RBL, all welcome
Moor Row – 1300
Monday 12th November
Meet at War Memorial for a service at 1100, all school children welcome.
Have you seen this missing dog?
An elderly dog called Bruno may have been seen in the River either yesterday or the day before.
He is an 11 year old Brown/White Boxer
His chip details are not up to date, but please contact me if you have any information.
Link below shows his photo on our Website Could you please give me a call if your environmental services team or stray team have collected.
Karen Har Harding
DogLost – 07774 724 797
Have your say
on the plans
of the works
proposed for Egremont
The public realm consultation is now underway with display boards in each town and all the information on our website. Attached are electronic copies of the display boards and the survey.
You are welcome to put the designs on your website if you wish and show a link to the survey which can be accessed either through the CBC website or by www.surveymonkey.co.uk/5T6FBQ2I . I have left paper copies of the questionnaire with all the boards, but please let me know if you need more at any point.
The survey will remain on-line until 30th September 2018.
The boards are on display at:
Market Hall, Whitehaven
Marion’s Pet Shop, Egremont
Cleator Moor Town Council
Council Offices, Millom
Drop-in sessions where members of CBC staff will be available to discuss the plans will be held:
Saturday 15th September (10am – 3pm) Whitehaven Market
Monday 17th September (2pm – 6pm) – Cleator Moor Town Council / outside on the square if fair weather
Wednesday 19th September (2-6pm) – Millom Square
Friday 21st September (9am – 1pm) – Egremont Farmer’s Market, Market Hall
Moor row traffic calming meeting
1800hrs Wednesday 22nd August
Moor row working men’s club
Next Wednesday will be a meeting about the Cumbria county council’s traffic calming plans for Moor row.
For quite some time there has been serious concerns about the amount of traffic that passes through Moor row village and a large number of accidents and fatalities on the A595 at the Scagill road entrance.
The meeting will be Chaired by Cumbria county councillor Chris Whiteside who with the help of several County council officers will give details of the plans to alleviate these issues. Also present will be Copeland and town councillors.
Please come a long and find out what will be happening and to pass on your opinions or concerns.
The meeting takes place at 6pm in the Moor row working men’s club on Wednesday August 22nd.
Cumbria in bloom
On Thursday 12th July Egremont town council chair person Neil Ferguson and Vice chair Sam Pollen attended the Cumbria in bloom school awards.
The awards were presented by Alan Heath, former Cumbria in bloom chair person and now judge. Attending the meeting were children from Westlakes academy and other pupils from all over west Cumbria.
The school pupils have worked tirelessly for a year pruning, trimming, digging and planting. Learning new and exciting things about gardening and horticulture.
Mr Heath gave details of each school’s entries and presented photos of their hard endeavours. Cllr Ferguson gave brief speech then presented each school with an achievement award.
In September the winners of the annual Cumbria in bloom awards with be announced and presented at the ceremony which this year take place in Ulverston.