Council leaders accused of ignoring Ferry fiasco

Cumbria County Council has been accused of ignoring the plight of businesses and residents struggling with the loss of the Windemere Ferry service after it was revealed that the council’s Cabinet will not discuss the issue when it meets on Thursday (26 July) - its last meeting before 27 September

Council called on to clear the drains before it rains

A campaign is being launched today (23 July) to encourage Cumbria’s Liberal Democrat and Labour-led county council to step-up work to clear blocked drains and carry out other essential work to reduce flood risks in south Cumbria this year.

County Matters - August 2018

Cumbria Trading Standards are warning both the farming community and local residents in South Lakeland to look out for doorstep callers after an incident was reported in the Cartmel area earlier in the year

Fight continues for Royalty Cinema

The campaign to save the Royalty Cinema in Bowness took a blow today ( with confirmation that South Lakeland’s Liberal Democrat Council is to press ahead with plans to include the site in the National Park’s new Local Plan.

Council asked to provide answers on Windermere Ferry fiasco

The Conservative Group leader on Cumbria County Council has written to the local authority’s leader and deputy leader, calling on them to make public the steps they are taking to resolve the suspension of the Lake Windermere Ferry, and guarantee the service’s long-term future.

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