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Trudy backs residents’ campaign to save Grange Public Toilets

Trudy has joined a community’s campaign to help save their public toilets from closure.

This week, Mrs Harrison has pledged her support for a campaign to keep Grange in Borrowdale public toilets open, which is being spearheaded by a group of local residents.

Trudy encourages local authorities to introduce pay-on-exit parking barriers

Trudy Harrison is encouraging those responsible for managing car parks in the area to introduce pay-on-exit parking barriers.

It comes as Trudy welcomes news that pay-on-exit barriers to the patient and visitor car parks are being installed at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.  

Trudy launches survey in Keswick to identify parking issues

A public survey aiming to establish residents’ and business owners’ views over controversial parking proposals in Keswick’s ‘back streets’ is being distributed by Trudy Harrison in a bid to ‘understand the challenges.’

Trudy welcomes million pound flood defence investment

Trudy has today welcomed an announcement that will see Egremont benefit from a share of £40m extra funding to protest homes against flooding.

Trudy said the additional funding will help to protect thousands of homes against the effects of flooding.

Trudy among guests hosting US Naval visit

John Paul Jones’ raid on Whitehaven was the focus of a Naval visit to Copeland this week when The United States Naval Attaché to London visited Whitehaven harbour.