1. Hurd Rolland Report

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

  2. Knight Kavanagh and Page report

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

  3. Pow Beck Valley Stadium project

    This page includes a number of documents relating to the Pow Beck Valley Stadium project.

  4. Financial forecast

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

  5. Lessons Learnt Review v2 - a summary

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

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

Legal and licensing

  1. Eskfest licence variation

    Eskfest licence variation March 2019


  1. Whitehaven Sports Centre

    The place to go in Whitehaven for sports, fitness and exercise for all the family.

  2. Copeland Bowls and Sports Centre

    Indoor bowls for the beginner, regular or those looking to have some fun.

  3. Cycling

    Copeland, like the rest of Cumbria, is a great place to cycle. Whether you are leaving the car behind and commuting to work, doing the full 'coast to coast' experience or simply want a day out in the countryside with friends and family. You will find quiet country lanes, cycle paths and endless refreshment oppportunities to make your cycling more enjoyable.The Lake District National Park Authority and Cumbria Tourist Board websites are a great place to start.


  4. Walking

    Copeland is very well placed for walking. You can enjoy an amble around one of the many villages and hamlets or undertake something more challenging like the 'coast to coast walk'. With most of the borough within the Lake District National Park you are guaranteed great countryside and endless opportunities for refreshment stops and overnight accommodation.

  5. Copeland Pool and Fitness Centre

    Swimming fun for all the family.

  1. Pow Beck Valley stadium - more information

    This document tells you more about the Pow Beck Stadium Project Review Report.

  2. Pow Beck Stadium project review report

    COPELAND Borough Council has published a report looking at the lessons from the Pow Beck Valley Stadium project.

    This report sets out the results of a review commissioned by the council to see what could be learnt from the project and the council’s response to the review.

  3. Market Hall, Egremont

    Located on Market Street off the Main Street , the Market Hall is owned and managed by Egremont Town Council.

  4. Haven Sent - Cumbria's biggest WI group Cumbria's newest Women's Institute, "Haven Sent" is going from strength to strength as it recently celebrated being the largest WI in the county (July 2013)
  5. Lessons Learnt Review - version 1

    This is the first version (or draft) of the 'Lessons Learnt Review' commissioned after partners withdrew from the Pow beck Stadium project. After this was received (as is normal practice with reports) it would have been looked at and then sent back for amendment, ensuring it was clear and accurate - resulting in the final version 2.


  1. Whitehaven Civic Hall

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

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