1. Lowca - Industry & Innovation

    Lowca - Industry & Innovation

    Click here to listen to the locally recorded audio files and learn about Lowca's rich history

  2. LSCB Item 6 CSE update

    Local Safeguarding Children Board Item 6 CSE update

  3. LSCB 6 CSE update App A

    Local Safeguarding Children Board CSE update Appendix A



  5. LSCB Agenda Update 2015


  6. Domestic Homicide Review 2015

    Domestic Homicide Review 2015

  7. Whitehaven Market Application Form

    Thank you for your enquiring about our markets.

    Please see bleow a link to a copy of the current rules and attached is a copy of an application form. This should be completed and returned prior to attending the market along with a copy of your public liability insurance certificate via email to or by post to:

    Copeland Borough Council,

    Whitehaven Commercial Park,

    Moresby Parks,

    Whitehaven Cumbria,

    CA28 8YD

    Stalls and pitches at Whitehaven are free of charge for the special relaunch weekend of Thu 29th Sept to Sat 1st Oct after that the standard charge is £18.

    You will start as casual trader, and be invoiced on a weekly basis, after a period of 4 consecutive week’s attendance you will become a regular trader and invoices will be issued on a monthly basis in advance.

    Weekly markets are held as follows:
    Thursday & Saturday at Whitehaven
    Friday at Cleator Moor and Egremont

    If you have any queries please contact us by e-mail using or alternatively by telephone to Anne Bell on 01946 593012 or Mary Blackwell on 01946 593014.

    Please click here for market rules & regulations.


  8. Egremont Christmas Wonderland

    Egremont Christmas Wonderland, Sunday 27th November starting at 1pm. Come along and enjoy Fireworks, Christmas Light Switch on. more than 60 food and craft stalls, superheroes & princess, Reindeer, Snow Globe, Animal Zoo, and the “real” Father Christmas in his very own grotto


  9. Whitehaven Civic Hall

    Whitehaven Civic Hall is owned by Copeland Borough Council and managed by Rosehill Youth Theatre.

  10. Millom – Mill on the Hill

    Millom – Mill on the Hill

    The mines that once were at the centre of Millom working life, now protect local wildlife.

    Click here to listen to the locally recorded audio files and learn about Millom's rich history

  11. Whitehaven – Coal, Rail and Ships

    Whitehaven – Coal, Rail and Ships

    Once a small fishing village, Whitehaven grew into a major port of industrial innovation with good trade links to the Caribbean and North America.

  12. Parton – Industry & Education

    Parton – Industry & Education

    Parton, once on the edge of the Roman Empire, later developed as an industrial port offering a range of trades and manufacturing services.

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