Rural communities in Cumbria are to receive extra money to help small businesses.They'll get a share of fifteen million pounds from the government to create new business networks to support rural firms.
A number of local business hubs will also be set up providing office and meeting space, to allow business owners to share ideas and improve their companies.
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