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  1. Seascale

    The Seascale Crest comprises six segments, each containing an heraldic symbol representing different families from the area.  

  2. Newsletter 1

    Newsletter 1

  3. Public realm

    Public realm is defined as any publicly owned streets, pathways, right of ways, parks, publicly accessible open spaces and any public and civic building and facilities

  4. Copeland Apprenticeship Initiative - Carl Stainton

    Apprentice Name: Carl Stainton

    Employer:  Works 4 You Ltd, Cleator Moor

    Course Undertaking:   Amenity Horticulture (Level 2)

  5. St Bees – Cliff and Coast

    St Bees – Cliff and Coast

  6. Coastal Activities Leaflet Whatever your taste for adventure, here you will find details of a range of opportunities for all ages and abilities from kayaking to cycling, fishing to sailing.
  7. Coastal signs drop-in sessions

    Come to our drop in events and help us shape what will appear on some new signs along Copeland's coastal paths.

  8. Albion Square

    Albion Square is the name of the development that is being built in Whitehaven, adjacent to the multi-storey car park. It is due for completion in 2014 and will provide office accommodation for up to 900 Sellafield workers.

  9. Copeland Apprentice Martin Cole

    Apprentice: Martin Cole

    Employer: Blacksmiths Restaurant, Bigrigg, Egremont

    Course Undertaking: Professional Cookery (Level 2)

  10. Copeland Borough Council Greenhouse Gas Report

    Greenhouse Gas Report 2009/10 - 2011/12

  11. Hurd Rolland Report

    This is one of the business planning documents that was part of the Pow Beck Valley Stadium project

  12. Lime rendering taster day

    This gallery holds pictures of the recent THI event on the 16th of May 2015.

     

  13. Copeland Apprenticeship - Albert Newell

    Apprentice Name:  Albert Newell

    Employer: Mill Garage, Frizington

    Course Undertaking: Motor Vehicle (Level 2)

  14. St. Bees leaflet

    A leaflet with information about the popular coastal village of St. Bees famed for being the start of Wainwright's Coast to Coast walk

  15. Knight Kavanagh and Page report

    This is one of the business planning documents that was part of the Pow Beck Valley Stadium project

  16. Copeland's Coast

    Copeland has a 56 mile stretch of coastline from Lowca in the north to Duddon bridge in the south. It offers a wide range of opportunities for visitors who can enjoy beautiful natural habitats, award winning beaches, an abundance of wildlife and endless leisure and sporting activities.

    Key features of the Copeland coast include: (Please click on the links below if the map won't load)

    please note more information will be uploaded shortly.

  17. Copeland Apprentice Daniel Hornby

    Apprentice name: Daniel Hornby

    Employer: Citizens Advice Bureau (Millom)

    Course Undertaking: Business Administration

  18. Seascale leaflet

    A leaflet about the coastal village of Seascale, an ideal location for exploring the spectacular Western Lake District coast and fells.

  19. Financial forecast

    This is the three-year financial forecast for the planned Pow Beck Valley Stadium project.

  20. Beaches and coastal attractions

    We have four award-winning beaches in Copeland and numerous opportunities for getting out and about to enjoy the coastline. Here we signpost you to information about the coast as well as some of the projects we are involved in to enhance and protect our coastline.

  21. Things for young people to do in Copeland

    A list of groups and activities for young people across Copeland.

  22. Heritage Walks in the Western Lake District

    The walks in this guide offer an introduction to the wonderful coastline and fascinating heritage of the Western Lake District.  With routes of varying length and difficulty, the novice rambler and the seasoned explorer can both both enjoy this special place.

  23. Lessons Learnt Review v2 - a summary

    This is a shorter summary of the "Lessons Learnt review - v2"

  24. Starting up a new business in Copeland

    A wide range of support is available to businesses and individuals who are looking to start up a business in Copeland.

  25. Townscape Heritage Initiative

    The Whitehaven Old Town Townscape Heritage Initiative

    Copeland Borough Council has been successful in its bid for nearly £660,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for a Townscape Heritage Initiative in the Whitehaven Old Town Conservation Area.  Along with £395,000 funding from Britains Energy Coast (Using Nuclear Decommissioning Authority funding), £50,000 from Cumbria County Council and £250,000 capital funding from the Council itself, over £1.3m is available to undertake building restoration work and heritage skills training.

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