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Monday, 24 November 2014

So much to look forward to

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ACTIONS speak louder than words – and I am pleased that we have recently seen spades go into the ground on a wide variety of Britain’s Energy Coast-backed projects, such as Albion Square in Whitehaven town centre and the Pillar House development on Westlakes Science and Technology Park.

Planning a future as a key employer

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ROM investment in the region’s economy to offering support for the community, its schools, charities and events, Tata Steel Projects has set out its stall as a key employer in West Cumbria, now and in the future.

History-making Maryport firm’s Saracen's rugby team pitch is spot on

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A SYNTHETIC sports pitch manufacturer responsible for a piece of sporting history is to kick off a new era of growth after becoming the first company to secure a grant through Britain’s Energy Coast’s Investing in Business programme.

Networking event paves the way for a bright future for suppliers

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MORE than 100 businesses met buyers delivering contracts worth billions for Sellafield at the latest event held by the Energy Opportunity Supply Chain Project – which is delivered by Britain’s Energy Coast.

Ambush proof of Barrow’s engineering leadership

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MILLIONS of man hours have gone into Britain’s most advanced nuclear submarine to date.

Hopefuls chase broadband prize

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THERE are now six bidders in the running for a £2.5 million contract to ensure Cumbrian businesses reap the rewards of superfast broadband and use it to generate new jobs.

£100k of vital support

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BRITAIN’S Energy Coast has awarded grants of almost £100,000 through the latest funding round of the Investing in Business programme to help unlock £280,000 of private sector investment.

Flying start for Athena PTS

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A FLEDGLING Furness firm is dealing with energy giants despite being in its infancy.

Dealing with the past, protecting the future

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ALL the focus will be on Sellafield for the next 12 months at least, says the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s chief executive John Clarke.

Accelerated learning

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EDUCATION in West Cumbria can now take pupils from primary schools to PhDs as well as helping to bolster the West Cumbrian economy.

Crowds enjoy a Taste of Cumbria

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CELEBRITY chefs and delicious Cumbrian food attracted around 25,000 people to this year’s Taste Cumbria festival in Cockermouth.

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