Event List

Works begin to improve Egremont castle

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Egremont town council & friends of Egremont castle are excited about the works starting on August 10th.
  Brambles ferns and many saplings are causing major problems in this area. It will be interesting to see the works progress, eventually returning this area to something close to what many of you might remember from your childhood.
May be an image of text that says "Egremont Castle is Work currently being undertaken by contractors, Coombe and Sharpe, to restore the northern section of the Castle bank. For your own safety, please do not the working area. The work will involve clearance of scrub and vegetation and reseeding with a grass/wildflower mix to enhance the appearance and environment around the Castle. We also wish to acknowledge the essential ongoing maintenance work of the West Copeland Partnership Lengthsman Scheme and the support of the Friends of Egremont Castle. Leconfield Estates August 2022"

Congratulations to Teza Spice Indian Restaurant + Takeaway who have new owners

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Congratulations to Teza Spice Indian Restaurant + Takeaway who have new owners, new chefs and carried out a major refurbishment of their restaurant in Egremont. The new owner is Salim Siddique from Teeside and he has worked all over the Uk including cooking for dignatories in London, he is bringing his expertise to Egremont and is very welcomed. There are three new chefs in Abdul, Malik and Salim as well as the new manager Jade Dougherty who has 22 years experience working in Teza and it’s previous owners. Regular visitors won’t recognise the place due to the extensive refurbishment, that will attract customers from far and wide. It looks amazing a close runner up to the amazing food. Salim would like to extend a warm welcome to past and future customers and town councillors, Gareth Stringer and Mike McVeigh were proud to play a small part in the opening. Egremont welcomes this investment and we wish them all the luck in the world so please go and support Teza. They have invested in our town let’s show them we appreciate this and support and welcome them.

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Do you know someone who does loads of great work in our community? enter them into this years Egremont town council’s good citizen of the year award

If you know someone who works hard within the local community and you think they should be recognized for what they do then enter them into this years good citizen of the year award.

  Please see the poster for more information on how to enter.

Egremont Youth Partnership have a vacancy for Youth Centre Manager

🏄‍♂️🏓🎸🎨 🎵 Egremont Youth Partnership have a vacancy for Youth Centre Manager 😀
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☀️🐟We are looking for a Manager with proven experience in working with children & young people, with an understanding of the unique needs of the rural area. ☀️🐟
The role will be to lead the Egremont Youth Partnership team in delivering high quality Youth work. For an application pack please email Bern Hellier at bernhellier@talk21.com 📝
See below for job advert with details of requirements and pay.
Closing date 29th August🤝
If you require any further information please contact 07392599921

Lowes court: Our colorful coast- this years open art competition

 
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The theme of this year’s open art competition is Our Colourful Coast
All media accepted but no prints or photos please.
Work should be presented at the gallery in last week of October. It will be displayed on the feature wall in the gallery throughout November.
Work should be new, original work and for sale.
Prizes for adults and children
For full details message the gallery.

Schools recieive Queens platinum Jubilee benches

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As part of the Queens platinum celebrations the Council wanted to help the residents of Egremont Parish enjoy the celebrations. Apart from the Jubilee tea dance we organised, we have donated a bench to St Bridget’s, Bookwell and Moor Row and money at Orgill request to help them with their community garden. Seen above and below are Cllr Mike McVeigh at St Bridget’s, Cllr Graham Calvin at Moor Row and Cllr Stephen Bell at Orgill, sorry no pictures of Bookwell.

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We hope these seats bring rest and relaxation for all who use them for years to come.

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