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Cumbrian young people are being called upon to get their registrations in by tomorrow so they can campaign for change on issues that affect them.
Fourteen children from a primary school near Brampton will be swapping their beds for ‘sleeping rough’ to raise funds for a new scheme aimed at helping homeless young people off the streets.
As the weather takes a turn for the worse Cumbrians are reminded that if they are feeling ill they should follow these simple steps to ensure they are getting the right help and advice.
Young people in Cumbria will be making history when they elect the county’s first-ever members of the UK’s Youth Parliament next month.
People in Cumbria are being encouraged to get involved and learn more about the biggest challenge the county council has ever faced in terms of cutbacks and changes to the way it runs services.
Cumbria County Council today thanked the Department for Work & Pensions for keeping the Penrith Jobcentre open following councillors' expression of concerns about closure.
People are being invited to learn about the extraordinary lives of some of Cumbria’s most colourful characters next week.