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Trudy commends local charity at fundraiser

Trudy Harrison has praised staff and volunteers at a local mental health charity fundraiser in Millom.

Trudy attended MindFest at the Beggars theatre last week which aimed to raise funds for the local mental health charity, Mind-in-Furness.

Trudy joins fundraisers in midnight memory walk

Trudy Harrison joined hundreds of people in typical Cumbria weather for a local charity’s 30th anniversary fundraiser walk in Whitehaven.

Trudy joined more than 500 people in the pouring rain for Hospice at Home West Cumbria’s annual Moonlight Memories Walk.

Trudy supports ivory sale ban

Trudy Harrison has welcomed plans to ban the sale of ivory in the UK.

Trudy has supported the Government’s decision to ban the sale of ivory, putting the UK at the forefront of global efforts to address the decline of the elephant population.

Trudy brings Copeland Skills Fair to Whitehaven

Trudy Harrison is encouraging job seekers and young people looking for training and apprenticeship opportunities to attend the Copeland Skills Fair.

Hosted by Trudy, the first Copeland Skills Fair will take place on Thursday November 2, between 2pm – 7pm at Solway Hall, Whitehaven.

Trudy meets Whitehaven mobile app designers ahead of launch

Trudy Harrison has been given a demo of new mobile app aiming to promote Whitehaven.

‘Whitehaven Appsolutely’ is the innovative app designed by Keith and Trish McWhan who own Buzy Bee Software Services in Whitehaven.

Trudy praises Millom's community spirit following devastating floods

Trudy Harrison has praised the area’s emergency services and local community after more than 300 homes in Millom were affected by flooding.

Trudy Harrison MP commended Millom’s ‘community spirit’ after visiting a number of homes affected by yesterday’s flooding.

Trudy urges local community to support Whitehaven Samaritans

Trudy Harrison is calling on volunteers to help support the West Cumbria branch of Samaritans.

 This week, Trudy  met with volunteers and local branch trustee, Glynis Peacock at the charity’s shop and head office in Church Street, Whitehaven.