As Cumbria County Council consider how to move forward with budget cuts, in West Cumbria the process has already begun to ask people how they think one local council should cut its budget.
Copeland Borough Council is facing £2.6m of cutbacks. Tim Backshall reports
Cumbria County Council has warned of job losses and service cuts as it faces an 'unprecedented' reduction in its budget.
The council might have to make savings of up to £50 million over the next 2 years, to add to the £60 million it's already cut. A public consultation has been launched.
Councillor Stewart young is the Deputy leader of the County Council: