- Copeland's beaches make the grade
- How do you communicate with residents?
- Oswald Coyles memory could be honoured
- Find out more about standing for election
LEP offers small business development loan
Applications are being invited for LEP funding from the Regional Growth Fund programme and the Cumbria Infrastructure Fund.
The changing face of public services
The future of public services is changing, and no area of service provision will be untouched by these changes. This is the case not only in local government, but also in the civil service, the NHS and others.
This page outlines what we think the future of Copeland Borough Council service provision will be, along with some examples from other local councils and public services of the tough decisions they are making, and news and reports on the state of public finances.
- Copeland’s award-winning beaches
Grants for flood work available
Copeland homeowners will be given a helping hand to make their homes more flood resilient thanks to a new government grant scheme.
- Colourful choice at Market Hall
Positive feedback from West Cumberland Hospital
North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust has received positive feedback from those treated on its wards in the latest national inpatient survey published by the Care Quality Commission.
- Copeland's Christmas arrangements
All you need to know about our discounted food digesters.
Creating Careers press release
We are supporting a project which will offer nine long-term unemployed people from Copeland jobs within the Sellafield Ltd Infrastructure Strategic Alliance (ISA) contract following the successful completion of a pilot employment support programme.
- Helping hand for Copeland job seekers
- Background images This is the page gallery of all the background images used on the Copeland website. To view the full un-cropped version in a new window, please click on the image.
- Look before you book this Valentine’s Day
Iconic Beacon nationally recognised
The Beacon has once again achieved Museum Accreditation status.
We have received 0 applications from March 2015 - March 2016.
Cumbria Community Safety Partnership, which includes the Police, the Council and registered housing providers, work together to tackle anti-social behavior and hate incidents.
Anti–Social Behaviour (ASB) is defined as ‘behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress’ to members of the public and is a broad term describing day- to-day incidents of crime, nuisance and disorder that can make the lives of those that suffer it a misery.
Hate incidents are defined as any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a personal characteristic, (race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity).
The Community Trigger is a process you can use to ask agencies to review their response to anti-social behavior or hate incidents you have reported.
- An Evening on the Pull...
Accounts open for inspection
Our accounts for the year 2013/14 are now open for inspection.
- Copeland Community Fund is looking to recruit
Giant Steps being made at Stepping Stones
Work has now started on the long awaited £205k extension to the Millom Stepping Stones Nursery on St George’s Road. The new extension will allow the nursery to have an additional 50 new places available for the children in the town and surrounding areas.
- 2015 Household Flood Payment Scheme (Cumbria)
Creating Careers - Morgan Sindall's press release
A press release from Morgan Sindall about the Creating Careers scheme - a scheme we are supporting which creates apprenticeships in Copeland.
- Better chances for Copeland children