Agenda and minutes

County Council Local Committee for Allerdale
Tuesday, 5th December, 2017 10.00 am

Venue: Moorclose Community Centre, Needham Dr, Workington

Contact: Jackie Currie  Email: jackie.currie@cumbria.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

57.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Mr HGG Graham, Mr T Lywood and Lord R Liddle.

 

58.

DECLARATION OF INTERESTS

Members are invited to disclose any disclosable pecuniary interest they have in any item on the agenda which comprises

 

1          Details of any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for            profit or gain.

 

2          Details of any payment or provision of any other financial benefit (other than from the authority) made or provided within the relevant period in respect of any expenses incurred by you in carrying out duties as a member, or towards your election expenses.  (This includes any payment or financial benefit from a trade union within the meaning of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.

 

3          Details of any contract which is made between you (or a body in which you have a beneficial interest) and the authority

 

(a)       Under which goods or services are to be provided or works are to be executed; and

 

            (b)       Which has not been fully discharged.

 

4          Details of any beneficial interest in land which is within the area of the authority. 

 

5          Details of any licence (alone or jointly with others) to occupy land in the area of the authority for a month or longer. 

 

6          Details of any tenancy where (to your knowledge)

 

            (a)       The landlord is the authority; and

 

            (b)       The tenant is a body in which you have a beneficial                                                         interest.

 

7          Details of any beneficial interest in securities of a body where

 

(a)       That body (to your knowledge) has a place of business or land in the    area of the authority; and

 

 

(b)       Either –

 

(i)      The total nominal value of the securities exceeds £25,000 or one            hundredth of the total issued share capital of that body; or

 

(ii)     If that share capital of that body is of more than one class, the total nominal value of the shares of any one class in which the relevant person has a beneficial interest exceeds one hundredth of the total issued share capital of that class.

In addition, you must also disclose other non-pecuniary interests set out in the Code of Conduct where these have not already been registered.

 

Note

 

A “disclosable pecuniary interest” is an interest of a councillor or their partner (which means spouse or civil partner, a person with whom they are living as husband or wife, or a person with whom they are living as if they are civil partners).

Minutes:

Mr A Barry declared a non pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct in relation to Agenda Item No 10 – Investment in Children and Young People, as he is the Allerdale Local Committee representative on the Citizens Advice Bureau.

 

Mr K Little declared a non pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct in relation to Agenda Item No 10 – Investment in Children and Young People, as he is a Board Member of the Citizen’s Advice Bureau.

 

Ms C McCarron-Holmes declared a non pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct in relation to Agenda Item No 10 – Investment in Children and Young People, as she works in the same building as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

59.

EXCLUSION OF PRESS AND PUBLIC

To consider whether the press and public should be excluded from the meeting during consideration of any item on the agenda.

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED that,     the press and public be not excluded during discussion of any items on the agenda today.

 

60.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

None at the time of dispatch

 

Minutes:

Mr Norman Atkinson from Caldbeck Parish Council attended to ask the following question:-

 

‘Will Allerdale Local Committee support Caldbeck Parish Council in requesting Cabinet to review the recent officer decision not to pursue a Footpath Creation to establish a footpath alongside the road between Hesket Newmarket and Caldbeck, the construction of which is being funded by a gift?’

 

Mr Atkinson then outlined the background to this question for members of the committee.

 

Caldbeck Parish Council had been working to construct a direct, easy to walk and cycle, wheelchair accessible footpath between Caldbeck and Hesket Newmarket.  The footpath was to be funded by a generous gift of £100,000 from a Caldbeck resident in memory of her  husband.  All 10 landowners affected orally agreed to the footpath, 8 of the 10 had signed legal agreements, but two landowners had now given backword and were opposing the footpath.  The Lake District National Park would be willing to act as agents for the County Council and provide staff resources but would want an indemnity for costs of any Enquiry. 

 

The Parish Council had held two meetings with officers and had made numerous requests to meet Cabinet Members without success.  Hence local residents and visitors would not gain a community asset that would be of benefit for generations to come, otherwise funded entirely by donations. 

 

Mr Atkinson explained that the original intention was to take their request to Cabinet but subsequent advice from the County Council’s legal officers was that this should be taken up with Corporate Directors and/or the Chief Executive. 

 

Mr Atkinson was therefore asking for the support of members to take this forward.  He had already received expressions of support for this project from two of the Cumbrian MP’s.

 

The Chair thanked the Chair of Caldbeck Parish Council for attending today to bring his question before members.  His response was as follows:

 

“This was nice to do but not something that the council was required or had a duty to carry out.

 

The proposed route doesn’t have the support of all the landowners. Two landowners were objecting, therefore there was a significant risk of legal challenge through a Public Inquiry. There was an expectation from the Parish Council for the County Council to pick up the cost both in officer time and financially for any challenge to the Creation Order, which would be unbudgeted expenditure.

 

The Council’s Countryside Access team were currently focusing their efforts on their statutory roles, and importantly flood recovery. The Government had provided £500k funding for rights of way flood recovery, however there was still a significant shortfall and there were a number of repairs which would still require addressing. To progress the Creation Order would take officers away from this work.

 

The proposed route was inside the Lake District National Park, the council had an agency agreement with the LDNP to manage the rights of way network on our behalf. The LDNP had the same powers as the county council to create a footpath, and they  ...  view the full minutes text for item 60.

61.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 92 KB

To confirm the minutes of the last meeting held on 13 October 2017 (copy enclosed)

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED that,     the minutes of the previous meeting held on Friday 13 October 2017 be agreed as an accurate record and signed by the Chair.

 

62.

LOCAL COMMITTEE DEVOLVED BUDGET 2017-2018 MONITORING REPORT HIGHWAYS BUDGET pdf icon PDF 101 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All Allerdale]

 

To consider a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed)

 

This report presents the Highways Devolved Budget Finance report combined with the Highways Programme Progress report, as detailed in the attached appendices.

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Members considered a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which presented the Highways Devolved Budget Finance report combined with the Highways Programme Progress report.

 

The Highways Network Manager explained that the completed lighting improvement in Allerdale had a combined underspend of £33,000 with a large proportion coming from schemes at Grange Park, Siddick and West Row Wigton.  There was also an underspend of £6,000 from a completed footway scheme at Senhouse Street in Workington.

 

The Network Manager asked members to consider viring these underspends to enable various ad-hoc lighting column renewals to be replaced at:-

 

     Salmoor Way, Maryport.

     White Star Way, Maryport.

     Glasson Industrial Estate, Maryport.

     Irish Street, Maryport

     Hayton Road, Prospect

     Hallwood Road, Lillyhall.

     Moorclose Footpath (Park Footpath), Workington.

 

 

RESOLVED that,

(1)       Local Committee note the Highways Devolved Revenue budget, attached as Appendix 1, is currently projecting a balanced budget at this stage of the financial year;

(2)       Members note the Highways Devolved Capital Budget, attached as Appendix 2, and agree the highlighted virements to accommodate overspends and underspends on current schemes to enable a balance budget to be achieved.

63.

ALLERDALE HIGHWAYS WORKING GROUP - 17 NOVEMBER 2017 pdf icon PDF 98 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All Allerdale]

 

To consider a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed)

 

This report gives details of the outcome of the meeting of the Highways and Transportation Working Group (HTWG) held on 17 November 2017 and presents HTWG recommendations to the Local Committee for approval.

 

The Local Committee is also asked to consider additional recommendations related to the matters considered by the HTWG.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee received a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which gave details of the meeting of the Allerdale Highways Working Group held on 17 November 2017 and presented recommendations to the Local Committee for approval

 

(1) Minutes

 

RESOLVED that Allerdale Local Committee notes the minutes of the Highways Working Group held on 17 November and the recommendations.

 

(2) Proposed Parking, Waiting and Traffic Restrictions: Keswick and surrounding area

 

RESOLVED that Local Committee AGREE the RECOMMENDATION of the HWG in relation to the Proposed Parking, Waiting and Traffic Restrictions: Keswick and surrounding area as follows:-

 

(i)        That having taken into consideration the matters contained in Section 122(2) Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, which are more specifically referred to at paragraph 7.2 of the report attached as Appendix 2 “The County of Cumbria (Various Roads, Keswick and Surrounding Area) (Traffic Regulation) Order 20><”, being brought into operation, as advertised, EXCEPT THAT;

 

a.   The proposed “No Waiting at Any Time” restrictions on The Heads be reduced so that it will apply on the eastern side from a point 48m south of its junction with Heads Road, extending in a southerly direction for a distance of 10m, (a reduced distance of 2m) and the proposed “No Waiting 10am-4pm” restrictions be extended so that it will apply from a point 58m south of its junction with Heads Road for a distance of 19m, as shown on the revised plan attached as Appendix 3.

 

(3) Proposed amendment to the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for North Allerdale

 

RESOLVED that Local Committee AGREE the RECOMMENDATION of the HWG in relation to the Proposed amendment to the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for North Allerdale as follows:-

 

(i)            That, having taken into consideration the matters contained in Section 122(2) Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, which are more specifically referred to at paragraph 7.2 of the report attached as Appendix 4 “The County of Cumbria (Various Roads, North Allerdale) (Traffic Regulation) Order 20><”, being brought into operation, in full, as advertised.

 

(4) Workington Traffic Regulation Order Review

 

The Local Member for St John’s and Great Clifton was opposed to the reduction in waiting times proposed, and his opposition was noted.

 

RESOLVED that Local Committee AGREE the RECOMMENDATION of the HWG in relation to the Workington Traffic Regulation Order Review as follows:-

 

(i)        That, having taken into consideration the matters contained in Section 122(2) Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, which are more specifically referred to at paragraph 7.2 of the report attached as Appendix 5 “The County of Cumbria (Various Roads, Workington and Surrounding Areas) (Consolidation and Provision of Traffic Regulations) Order 20><” be brought into operation, as advertised, EXCEPT THAT:

 

a.    The proposed “No Waiting between 8:00-9:30am and 2:30-4:30pm” restrictions on Newlands Park are reduced for the entire length to “No Waiting between 8:00-9:30am and 2:30-4:00pm”, as shown on the revised plan attached as Appendix 6.

 

b.  The proposed “No Waiting at any time” restrictions on Eller Bank are reduced so that it  ...  view the full minutes text for item 63.

64.

ALLERDALE AREA MANAGER'S REPORT pdf icon PDF 129 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All Allerdale]

 

To consider a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed)

 

This report provides members with an update on the activities of the Allerdale Community Services Team and presents the budget for the current financial year.

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Members considered a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services which provided members with an update on the activities of the Allerdale Community Services Team and presented the budget for the current financial year.

 

Area Planning

 

Area Planning activity took place as private member briefing sessions following local committee and would continue to be held regularly during the year.

 

In addition, the Joint Liaison Group with Allerdale Borough Council had been re-established where existing and potential areas of joint working were discussed. The first meeting took place on 15 November 2017.

 

Member Champions

 

The Area Manager explained that Allerdale Local Committee currently had two member champions for Armed Forces and Children’s.

 

At its meeting of Cabinet held on 19 October 2017, it was reported that Cumbria was been awarded Time to Change Hub status in April 2017 despite considerable competition from other Local Authorities in the North West. In doing so Cumbria became the first Local Authority in the North West to obtain Hub status. This had attracted both funding and training support from Time to Change nationally.

 

Contributions from Time to Change was to be used towards the staff time required to coordinate and support the Hub partnership, including the administration of a Champions Fund to support local activity, with £10,000 being allocated to this.

 

The Champions were to be nominated, one from each local committee and this report sought a nomination for this role from Allerdale Local Committee.

 

Members were aware that in other local committee areas a number of champions had been appointed which Allerdale Local Committee did not have.  They suggested that the Area Manager brought a report on Allerdale Local Committee Champions to a future meeting, and to include the appointment of the Member Wellness Champion in this report.  This was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that,

 

(1)       members note the expenditure to 30 November 2017 from the 2017-18 budgets as set out in Appendix 1;

(2)       members note the continuing area planning activity in the current year;

(3)       members note the update on recent activity around Health and Wellbeing across Allerdale;

(4)       members note the update on recent activity in the library service across Allerdale

(5)          members note that a report on Allerdale Local Committee Champions will be brought to a future meeting.

65.

PROPOSED CHANGES TO SILLOTH LIBRARY OPENING HOURS pdf icon PDF 139 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Solway Coast]

 

To consider a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed)

 

This report provides information and offers a recommendation to Allerdale Local Committee for approval of a 3 hour reduction of opening hours at Silloth Library from 21 to 18 hours a week. 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Members considered a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services which sought approval of a 3 hour reduction of opening hours at Silloth Library.

 

Members noted that there had not been a comprehensive review of the library opening hours at Silloth for a number of years.

 

The library was currently open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.00 to 13.00, 14.00 to 17.00 and on Saturdays 10.00 to 13.00. The proposal was to reduce the Silloth Library opening hours by 3 hours a week, closing at 16.00, rather than 17.00 on the three weekdays. 

 

The change to opening hours would reflect the changing patterns of library use and align library opening times with those of the Tourist Information staff based in the same building.  There would be no reduction in staffing hours as a result of any of the proposed changes. 

 

A public consultation took place over 4 weeks between 9 October and 6 November.  A total of 40 responses were received, at a time when Silloth Library had 388 registered users. The key messages that came out of the consultation were:

 

     People who use Silloth Library appreciate a service that they felt met their needs and helped with social isolation.

     Many commented on the friendly, helpful staff and said they had no desire to use the self-issue machine. 

     The self-issue machine was installed on 11 October and was un use by library users.

     There were worries about cuts in services generally, and some questioned if this reduction in hours signalled a desire to close Silloth Library completely.

     The only option that was being considered is the reduction in hours at Silloth library.

     Although few respondents reported that they would be affected by the proposed changes they flagged up that people who worked or had children at school may be affected. 

 

The Local Member for Silloth recognised the need for change in relation to the opening hours at the library and supported the proposal.

 

RESOLVED that,

 

(1)       members approve the adjustment in opening hours at Silloth Library from 21 hours per week to 18 hours per week, and

(2)       members note that these changes will be introduced in January 2018.

The meeting then adjourned at 11.05am and reconvened at 11.15am.

 

66.

INVESTMENT IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE pdf icon PDF 128 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All Allerdale]

 

To consider a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed)

 

This report sets out the priority areas in relation to children and young people across Allerdale and identifies projects that require grant funding from local committee to improve the lives and opportunities for children and young people.

 

 

Minutes:

Mr A Barry declared a non pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct in relation to Agenda Item No 10 – Investment in Children and Young People, as he is the Allerdale Local Committee representative on the Citizens Advice Bureau.

 

Mr K Little declared a non pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct in relation to Agenda Item No 10 – Investment in Children and Young People, as he is a Board Member of the Citizen’s Advice Bureau.

 

Ms C McCarron-Holmes declared a non pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct in relation to Agenda Item No 10 – Investment in Children and Young People, as she works in the same building as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

 

The Local Committee considered a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services, which set out the priority areas in relation to children and young people across Allerdale and identified projects that required grant funding from local committee to improve the lives and opportunities for children and young people.

 

The Area Manager reminded members that the 0-19 fund was held centrally to directly impact on larger projects that had been identified through need, whether by geography or theme.

 

The project before members for consideration was from the Citizens Advice Bureau, and was requesting funding for a one year apprentice undertaking an NVQ level 3 qualification.

 

The total cost for the next programme was £8,500, and the organisation was applying for the full cost.  During this year the apprentice would undertake a NVQ level 3 qualification to help enhance their prospects of finding a permanent job and aiding career progression.

 

Members supported this project, and were delighted to hear about this opportunity for an apprentice.

 

The Area Manager then explained that since the last meeting of the local committee, the first meeting of the newly formed Children and Young People’s Partnership took place on 19 October.

 

The partnership was made up of members, County Council officers and representatives from a number of organisations that worked with, and for, the benefit of children and young people in Allerdale. The meeting was chaired by Councillor Marjorie Rae on behalf of the local committee and was run as a workshop.

 

Members were being asked to consider a re-work of the key themes to reflect the views of the partnership and the views of young people as proposed below:

 

           Youth Employment

           Improving accessibility to provision

           Mental wellbeing

           Good health for life

 

The Area Manager explained that although the wording differed from that previously agreed, the proposed themes still encapsulated the issues around obesity through good health for life and it was felt that with employment opportunities and improving accessibility to provision would impact on social isolation and anti-social behaviour.  The young people had identified developing confidence and personal resilience and giving young people a voice as priorities which were also covered in these more general themes.

 

Members had a number of concerns currently about the CAHMS Service  ...  view the full minutes text for item 66.

67.

ALLERDALE LOCAL COMMITTEE GRANTS pdf icon PDF 122 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All]

 

To consider a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed)

 

This report sets out the priority areas in relation to people across Allerdale and identifies projects that are considered to improve the lives and opportunities for the local population.

 

 

Minutes:

A report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services was presented by the Area Manager, and asked members to note the priority areas in relation to people across Allerdale and identified projects which were considered to improve the lives and opportunities for the local population.

 

The Area Manager reminded members that a General Provision budget was allocated to Allerdale Local Committee of £77,164, and that it was agreed at its meeting on 10 July 2017 to set aside a fund of £16,000 to be awarded to small community projects and a fund of £50,000 to be awarded to projects that met the priorities and funding criteria agreed by local committee.

 

The former were awarded in consultation with the local Member; those awarded from the larger fund required local committee approval and were presented in this report.

 

Project 1 - North West Ambulance Service (NWAS)

 

This application was to fund 8 Community Public Access Defibrillators (CPAD) and Automated External Defibrillators (AED) across the Allerdale Area by North West Ambulance Service through their Community Heartbeat project.

 

By providing CPAD’s and AED’s in isolated, rural communities the outcome of a person surviving an out of hospital cardiac arrest was significantly improved.

 

The money would be used to purchase CPAD’s and AED’s and placed in redundant telephone boxes in rural communities. The telephone boxes would be painted and have new signage along with signs being placed around the local area.

 

One of the members suggested it would be extremely useful for all County Councillors to receive training on the use of defibrillators.  It was AGREED this would be organised to take place at the end of the private member’ briefing following the Allerdale Local Committee meeting in April 2018.

 

Project 2 - Cockermouth Womens Institute (WI)

 

The application was to fund Community Cookery lessons in Cockermouth to increase basic cooking skills, minimising cost and reducing food wastage.

 

The aim of the sessions was to enable families and those living alone to learn how to prepare food safely, in a hygienic environment, at reduced cost with the intention of reducing food wastage.

 

The cost of the project was £1,500 to cover printing, equipment and food. The group was applying for the full £1,500 however the staffing of the sessions would be provided by WI members who had skills and experience in catering.

 

Project 3 - Lorton Tennis Club

 

Lorton Tennis Club was applying for funding to convert 2 tarmac tennis courts to all weather artificial playing surfaces. This would be synthetic artificial grass carpet that was beneficial to all ages.

 

The all-weather surface would allow the club to increase the usage of the courts during the winter months and flood lights had already been fitted through lottery funding.

Lorton Tennis Club facilities were open to all and their courts could be booked by non-members through an online system.

 

The total cost of the project was £34,000 and the club was applying for £5,000 towards this.

 

Project 4 - St Marys Church

 

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68.

NOMINATIONS - LA Governors for Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools pdf icon PDF 41 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All Allerdale]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed)

 

The report seeks approval of nominations of Cumbria County Council Governors of Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools

Minutes:

An updated version of the LA Governor nominations report was tabled which included further nominations.  These were noted and agreed.

 

Members still had concerns about the way nominations were currently processed and the fact that they no longer had any influence over LA Governor appointments.

 

RESOLVED that,     subject to their agreement the following be nominated to serve as governors of nursery, primary and secondary schools in Allerdale:-

 

Broughton Moor                   Mr I McKenzie

Primary School                     18 Derwent Road,

                                                Broughton Cross

                                                Cockermouth

                                                Cumbria CA13 0ZZ

 

St Joseph’s Catholic           Ms D Naylor

High School                          15 Mason Street

                                                Workington

                                                Cumbria CA14 3EH

 

Holme St Cuthbert               Ms Morven Anson

School                                   The Lowther

                                                Mowbray

Maryport

Cumbria CA15 6QT

 

69.

LOCAL COMMITTEE CHAIRS AND LEADERSHIP MEETING pdf icon PDF 96 KB

To receive the draft minutes of the Local Committee Chairs and Leadership meeting held on 10 November 2017 (copy enclosed)

 

Minutes:

The Vice Chair had attended this meeting on behalf of Allerdale Local Committee and he updated members on the discussions which had taken place in relation to the need to have ‘shovel ready’ transport schemes before funding could be allocated.

 

The Area Manager explained to members that at this meeting the Chief Executive had asked all Chairs and Vice Chairs of Local Committees to think about the roles of local committees going forward particularly where they could become more involved in strategic issues locally and increase influence. 

 

The Chief Executive had said there was a need to look at how services could be provided differently to create something better, and that this could be an exciting opportunity to change the shape of the organisation.  The Area Manager asked all members to feedback to her on any areas they would like to suggest be considered.  This was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that,     the draft minutes from the Leadership and Local Committee Chairs meeting held on 10 November 2017 be received and noted.

 

 

70.

ACTIONS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS pdf icon PDF 45 KB

[Electoral Divisions –  All Allerdale ]

 

To consider a report by the Area Support Manager (copy enclosed).

 

This report updates the Committees on actions arising from previous meetings.

 

Minutes:

In considering the outstanding actions progress list it was AGREED that the following items be removed from the list, as they were now competed:-

 

9 March Minute No 105 – Cyclepath Funding

5 September Minute No 31 – Investment in Children and Young People

5 September Minute No 33 – Allerdale HWG

13 October Minute No 46 – Local Committee Devolved Budget Highways

13 October Minute No 251 – Allerdale HWG

 

71.

CHILDREN'S CHAMPION UPDATE

To receive a verbal update from Allerdale Local Committee’s Children’s Champion

Minutes:

There was no updated from the Children’s Champion given to this meeting. 

 

The Chair had asked the Area Manager to consider setting a side a small pot of money for Looked After Children, for grants to help them in times of need. 

 

Councillor Rae updated the members on a recent visit she had had to Overend Children’s Home and she detailed to members some of the excellent work taking place there. 

 

It was AGREED that a letter be sent on behalf of Allerdale Local Committee to thank the staff for the excellent work carried out at Overend.

 

72.

VERBAL REPORTS FROM MEMBERS SERVING ON OUTSIDE BODIES

Members representing Allerdale Local Committee are invited to report back verbally on recent meetings they may have attended.

Minutes:

Iggesund Local Liaison Group

 

Councillor Tibble had still not received any invites to this group and she asked officers to investigate this.

 

73.

DATE & TIME OF NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be held on 5 February 2018 at Energus, Blackwood Road, Lillyhall, Workington at 10am.

Minutes:

The next meeting will be held on 5 February 2018 at Energus, Blackwood Road, Lillyhall, Workington at 10am.