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Disabled access and no entrance charge for essential carers.

The Trust’s Board of Directors and senior management team have been restructured to provide a much more clinical focus.

To help people find out more about the project, National Grid will be carrying out publicity, holding a series of public consultation events across Cumbria and providing information about the project in a number of Council offices and libraries.

Invitations will follow to those members who have previously asked to be informed about our events, but if you would like more information please contact our Communications Team on 01228 603890 or email [email protected] Our Annual Members’ Meeting will celebrate the Trust’s achievements of the past year – you can read more about our year in our Annual Report, which is available here.

If you have a wool-related business and would like to apply for a stall at Woolfest, we welcome applications from new businesses as well as established favourites. We try to ensure a good mix and also maintain a high quality threshold, so it is a big help to us if first timers can supply pictures of work, promotional literature, even samples with their applications - anything that helps us to understand what you could offer and add to Woolfest.

North West Coast Connections is a project to connect the proposed 3,800 megawatt nuclear power station at Moorside near Sellafield to the main national grid electricity network.

By working with patients, health practitioners and experts in digital health we will deliver research that is relevant, effective and has a real impact on public health.

Find out more “It’s so important that health services are making the most of the information available to them to improve care for patients.

Woolfest was founded to provide a showcase and a celebration of the best of wool and wool crafts.