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Welcome motorhome tourists

Why don’t we make motorhome visitors welcome by providing designated overnight parking for them. Why should central Lakes get all the benefit let’s of tourism. Many are retired and unlike most campers they travel all year, they have the grey pound in their pocket which they can spend in our pubs, restaurants shops etc.. They […]

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Re-inventing the wheel

In 2004 Copland Borough Council produced a so-called “mini masterplan” for Cleator Moor. While this document is now clearly somewhat dated much of it, it is available from the Copeland web site, still appears to be relevant. Can I suggest that the Town Bid Board look at this document instead of floundering about as, from […]

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Works4You

(Better version) This organisation already exists in Cleator Moor to help the community in employing and training people in the community. As well as teaching skills and helping with mental health to assist people in finding employment. They are looking to expand their work and are looking to expand due to further projects and demand […]

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Pedestrianising Town Centre

(Previous version bad spelling) The town centre and High Street to be pedestrianised with access only for delivery vehicles, cyclists and electric carts for people needing help with charging points. This is the whole of high street from Birks road through to Todholes road at least. motor traffic will round the town, shops streets used […]

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Works4You

This organisation already exists to help the community in employing and training people in the community as well as teaching skills and helping with mental health They are looking to expand their work and need bigger premises. Premises on Leconfield when redeveloped would be ideal and part of the Town Fund should be used to […]

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Pedestrianising Town Centre

The town centre and High Street to be pedestranised with access only for delivery vehicles, cyclists and electric carts for people meeding help with charging points. This is the whole of high street from Birks road through to Todholes road at least. motor traffic will round the town, shops streets used to expand cafe, restaurants […]

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Tap into tourism

The sole emphasis from the Copeland MP is securing new nuclear. She has no vision for other projects. The tourism potential for the once industrial Cleator Moor is great. At the start of the coast to coast route and close proximity to Whitehaven and Ennerdale we need a campsite with pods and caravans. Family restaurants […]

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“whitehaven”

a 0 waste whole foods shop improved fishing industry decriminalise cannabis open air gym a bus system that makes sense ( traveling 20 miles shouldnt take 3 hours by bus) an arcade / a comedy bar / a live music bar a move towards hydro electricity a spa places that manufacture more diversity

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Electric Vehicle Charging

Provide a pair of rapid electric vehicle chargers, capable of delivering up to 50KW DC on both CHADeMO and CCS connectors. These chargers are essential to the take up of electric vehicles in the UK and access to them encourages visits from electric drivers. The easier it is for people to drive into the town […]

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My suggestion

A place for adults to have internet education old and young with hopefully a improved broadband system … a place for young and old to learn new skills … investment in sport that benefits all the local groups … by doing these we could use some of the buildings currently being just left empty

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Project Empowerment

Empower the good people of Cleator Moor to regenerate their once flourishing and charming wee town. I grew up in Cleator Moor and have fond memories. When I return to visit friends and family my heart sinks. The place looks dirty and very tired. Shop fronts boarded up, old pubs closed down and play grounds […]

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Town fund

I think the most important thing is to put in a planned bid that shows how this fund can help the town, residents and business not just in the short term but to create something that has a long term positive effect within the community.

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Be truthful

Be truthful, and actually pay the promised sum to the town council do work with locals, rather than ‘promise up to x’ This is just a con by the con-cervatives… prove otherwise.

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