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The first defibrillator equipment to be purchased for a local community through the county council chairman, Alan Barry’s 2013-14 fundraising appeal has been fitted at The Ship Inn on Main Street in Bardsea Village near Ulverston.
With plunging temperatures predicted to follow the fierce winds and flooding, fire chiefs are warning of the potential dangers posed by portable heaters.
The county council's annual survey of adult social care users has revealed a picture of people’s quality of life and experiences of the care and/or support services they receive.
More foster families are needed in Cumbria to help meet the predicted need for at least 1,200 new foster families across the North West this year, according to figures out today from the Fostering Network.
With just over a week until the end of the county council's biggest-ever budget consultation on 20 January, time is running out for Cumbrians to have their say.
With Chinese New Year just around the corner Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service is issuing a timely safe celebration warning.
The No Cold Calling Zone (NCCZ) in Slack Head near Milnthorpe is being refreshed by Cumbria County Council Trading Standards and Cumbria Constabulary.
Parents and carers with children starting school in September 2014 have less than a fortnight to ensure they return their applications by the 15 January deadline.
Cumbria County Council is urging smokers who are considering quitting in January to take advantage of free support to improve their health and save money.