Members of the public will also have the chance to take a vintage bus down to the Port to see the new £2m lifeboat the Dorothy May White.Read the full story ›
A man who allowed dealers to sell illegal drugs from his Workington home has been spared immediate prison.Read the full story ›
Members of the public are invited to a free performance of Macbeth at the Workington Hall park.
Organised by Workington Town Council and performed by theatre company Oddsocks, the play will be a comedic take on the Shakespearean tragedy.
It will be taking place on Friday 1st September and is described by Oddsocks’s artistic director and performer, Andy Barrow, as “Shakespeare for today. Seriously silly Shakespeare!”
Oddsocks is a theatrical experience for everyone. As actors, we’re putting on a party and everyone is invited. It's theatre that’s highly energetic, full of life and plenty of laughs! It’s Shakespeare, but not as you know it!”
Attendees can also take part in archery, which will be running all afternoon, and in tours by local performing arts company Trellis Arts from 2pm, ahead of the performance.
27-year-old Daniel James Roberts was jailed for disqualified driving, having no insurance, assaulting a police constable & violent behaviourRead the full story ›
30-year-old Ritchie Edgar was sent to jail for threatening his ill mother just three days after been spared prison for dangerous driving.Read the full story ›
Councillor Ann Bales was declared the new Mayor of Workington at a ceremony on Friday 26 May, at the Carnegie Theatre and Arts Centre,
Cllr. Bales confirmed her chosen charities as 'Cystic Fibrosis Trust' and 'Team Isla', which she will be raising money for over her year in office.
Former mayor, Councillor Joan Wright, raised over £7000 over the year for the charity Myeloma UK.
Councillor Barbara Cannon was announced as Deputy Mayor and Nicola Bales as Mayoress, supporting the Mayor in her duties.
Guests from Workington's twin towns, Selm and Val Du Reuil in France were also in attendance, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the twinning.
Police are appealing for witnesses, after the manes of two horses were cut in Workington.
The incident happened between 5pm and 7:30pm on Tuesday 2 May.
The piebald horses were grazing in a field near to the Thomas Armstrong concrete plant on Derwent Howe, when their manes were cut.
Anyone with information should contact Cumbria Police on 101.
A west Cumbrian man has been jailed for carrying out a knife attack.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after a "road rage" assault in Workington.
It happened at around 1pm on Wednesday 19 April, between Lillyhall and Scaw Road in High Harrington.
Two vehicles were involved - a red Honda Civic and a red Vauxhall Vivaro van - and police say one of the drivers was assaulted.
They are urging anyone with information to contact them on 101.
Police are trying to find a white van driver, who offered a nine-year-old girl a lift in Workington.
It happened in the Firth View Walk area, in the morning.
The girl was approached by the white van with two people inside, and the driver asked if she would like a lift.
When she refused the van drove away.
The driver is described as having dark hair and he didn't have a local accent. He was driving a white Ford Transit van, and the other man was in the passenger seat.
Police are appealing for any witnesses with information to call Cumbria Police on 101.