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Workington Hall

Workington Hall

Historic Pile Workington Hall, sometimes called Curwen Hall, is a ruined building on the North-East outskirts of the town of Workington in Cumbria. It is a Grade I listed building. A peel tower was built on the site in 1362....
Workington Harbour

Workington Harbour

Fortress, To Port Workington is historically a part of Cumberland, a historic county in North West England; the area around Workington has long been a producer of coal, steel and high-grade iron ore. Between 79 and 122, Roman forts, mile-forts and...
Port Of Workington: Yesterday evening, I stood watching the wind blow across the sea at Workington, towards slow moving windmill blades, bringing with it, massive amounts of water vapour, to be dispersed onto the Cumbrian Mountains. That vapour, which would fall...

Commissioner Funds CSE Project At Brathay Hall

Latest News From The Cumbria Police & Crime Commissioner: Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall visited the Brathay Trust to find out more about...
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Academic Who Tormented Victims Online Jailed For 32 Years

A scientist and former university lecturer who used the internet to seek out and blackmail dozens of people into providing him with sexually explicit...

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