Recent Newsletters and Reports
News Release August 2012 - 85KB Allotments: A Plotholder's Guide - 744KB Countryside Access Newsletter - 408KB
Below you will find newsletters and other documents from various organisations which may be of interest:
March 2011 Bulletin from the Countryside Access Team, Cumbria County Council.
Cumbria Coastal Access - Monthly Updates Cumbria Coastal Access - November 2013 Monthly Update - 39Kb Cumbria Coastal Access - October 2013 Monthly Update - 38Kb Cumbria Coastal Access - Sept 2013 Monthly Update - 37Kb Cumbria Coastal Access - August 2013 Monthly Update - 37Kb Cumbria Coastal Access - July 2013 Monthly Update - 37Kb Cumbria Coastal Access - June 2013 Monthly Update - 37Kb Cumbria Law Centre - 2.66MB
Information on the free legal advice offered by Cumbria Law Centre Cumbria County Council Local News and Views - Spring 2011 - 972KB Cumbria Tourism Latest Tourism Research - 268KB
Volume 1, Issue 1 - 23 April 2012
Challenging Times as Profits Fall; Heads in Beds for the Start of 2012; Serviced Accommodation; Self Catering Accommodation; Visitor Survey 2012; National Tourism Benchmarks; Visitor Attractions; Quality Gradings; Destination Management Plan.
Defra Adapting to Climate Change - 3MB First Steps on Green Funding - 506k
Guidance for town and parish councils on getting funding for environmental work on community sites.
Highways Winter Service - 157KB Lake District National Park Partnership Annual Report - 2011 / 2012 - 880KB Lake District National Park Partnership Annual Report - 756KB
The Gazette: Community Led Planning
Published by ACTion with Communities in Cumbria.
All editions of this newsletter are available to download from ACT's website.
Mitre Housing Assocation
Mitre Housing Assocation - Annual Report 2011/2012 Mitre Housing Assocation - 2MB Morecambe Bay Partnership - 204KB
Progress and update June 2011 Our Green Hertitage Application Form and Criteria - 5.29MB Our Green Space case studies - 10mb
Rural Insight Survey - 676KB
Now in its final year, the Our Green Space project has enabled five communities in Asby, Barrow-in-Furness, Burgh by Sands, Newbiggin (Penrith) and Wasdale to undertake a mixture of physical improvements, as well as education and celebratory events centred around their local green spaces. It also provided training and resources to many other communities across the county about how to protect and care for their town and village greens. The Our Green Space Case Studies book highlights the key issues the groups faced in their quest to restore, protect, develop and enjoy their local green spaces. It captures many of the achievements made and provides tips and information for anyone wanting to undertake similar work in their community.
More informationcan be found at http://ourgreenspace.org.uk/our-green-space-case-studies/view-category
The Rural Insight survey presents an interesting and informative view on issues impacting upon rural communities, businesses and residents. Rural Voice - 432KB
A Rural Voice for Rural Carlisle - September edition