A new project aimed at getting more people playing sport has been launched in Cumbria.
Two hundred thousand pounds of lottery money will help run the scheme which is part of the legacy of the London 2012 games. It was a promise made by Lord Coe in the wake of the Olympics, a chance for more teenagers and young adults to participate more in sport.
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The 12.5 hour walkout by 63 GMB members got under way at 6am this morning and will continue until 6.30pm this evening.
37-year-old Graeme Haddon pleaded guilty to the offence which happened in his home village of Lamancha near West Linton at the weekend.
Laura Price was dragged into an alleyway, close to Penrith Leisure Centre, where she had her head jumped on and kicked "like a football".