Profile: Ted Peskett

The Mail:


Reporter based in North Cumbria for the News and Star, Times and Star, and Whitehaven News, covering north and west Cumbria - including Carlisle, Penrith, Workington, Whitehaven and Keswick.

Latest articles from Ted Peskett

The National Park Authority and a range of partners are collectively looking at ways to help local businesses, residents and visitors lower their carbon footprints
Cumbria County Councillor for Corby and Hayton, Roger Dobson, said extending the 30 mile per hour limit along the A69 at both ends of Warwick Bridge near Carlisle is one of "many steps" that could help address what he sees as the traffic
Hannah Jackson - now Galagher - and husband, Danny Galagher got married on September 4
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visits Newspaper House in Carlisle, Head Office of Cumbrian Newspapers the publisher of the News and Star and The Cumberland News. Princess Anne toured the building meeting directors, staff and local charities. The
Green light: Brian Wernham from Roseberry Road, Stanwix, started the petition that triggered the review. Cllr Helen Davison (inset) said she would like to see more parish councils in the area
17, Irish Street Whitehaven is currently up for auction, Credit: Cumbria House Auction
Carlisle City Council's Portfolio Holder for Environment and Transport, Nigel Christian called the national shortage of HGV drivers a "worry" in a council meeting on Tuesday September 14, Credit: PA
Greystone Leisure Ltd, owned by Will and Maxine Morgan, is now running the Old Fire Station in Carlisle
A number of local people, from Scotch Corner to Penrith, will be affected by the consultation of the new A66 dual carriageway, the preferred route for which has recently been announced by Highways England
Night to mark 100 years