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Sunday, 29 March 2015

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Honour to serve for past five years

EM John Woodcock IN this, my final column as your Member of Parliament before the general election, I want to start by saying what an honour and privilege it has been to serve you over these past five years.

Trust charity to look after heritage

Louise Allonby I AM having something of a landmark week. That’s Landmark with a capital L.

Children’s TV is perfect medicine

EM Ann McVea column header A SAD realisation hit me at the weekend, in the midst of a packed couple of days of Lego, jigsaws, Buckaroo and other assorted activities selected by my three-year-old.

Hope chippy cry is heard soon

EM Darren McSweeney “Twenty goin’ in Alan, Twenty Ellen” Sounds familiar? Peter Kay in the fish and chip shop?

Did the earth move for you?

EM Peter Grenville column AFTER a jolly day trip to Edinburgh on Monday, we were heading home on the train when Twitter delivered me some devastating news... (3 comments)

We must serve our community

EM Dave Pidduck column IN A couple of weeks an event will take place that not only strengthens my belief in the people of our community and proves beyond a shadow of doubt that our community spirit is alive and well.

Health plan could be positive step

Tim Farron I THINK that the best thing I can say about the recent Better Care Together health review published by the bodies responsible for looking after our health in this part of Cumbria is that it is encouraging.

Walk reaffirms faith in the human spirit

EM Keswick to Barrow walk 2012/50033512B004 Evening Mail editor Jonathan Lee has been sharing his training notes in the run-up to the big day. Here, he shares his expeience of an incredible day of teamwork and cameraderie at Saturday's event

Sign up to save hospital services

Jamie Reed IF you hadn’t already noticed, it was recently announced that the body which looks after the West Cumberland Hospital – the North Cumbria Acute Hospitals Trust – is now seeking to merge with another trust, after being forced by government to make cuts it simply cannot yet do. (2 comments)

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