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NEW CHAIRMAN OF CUMBRIA PROBATION TRUST MAKES PROMISE
12th June 2013
CUMBRIA Probation Trust has a new boss who has pledged to work hard to look after the interests of people in the county.
2nd June 2013
It was with great sadness to hear that Joe Hendry, Board member for Cumbria Probation Trust, sadly passed away at Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary on Thursday May 30th 2013, following a heart attack. Joe was just 67.
OFFENDERS HELP END GRAVE CONCERNS AT CUMBRIAN CHURCH
30th May 2013
The grounds at Arthuret church, in Longtown, have undergone a major facelift after graves started to sink.
Work has been carried out by those doing community payback work as part of their sentences handed out at court.
BARROW TEAM SCOOP AWARD FOR TRANSFORMING LIVES
29th May 2013
An offender management team have been given a boost after hearing how they helped to transform the life of a woman offender.
CUMBRIAN PROBATION CHIEF REFORM FEARS
13th May 2013
The man in charge of keeping an eye on Cumbria’s offenders is worried about “serious issues” with protecting the public that could come from new reforms.
OFFENDERS HELP GIVE CUMBRIAN MUSEUM BUILDING A MAKEOVER
7th May 2013
A Grade-II listed building bequeathed to the people of Workington as a museum is undergoing a major facelift by offenders carrying out community payback as part of their sentence.
Murals cover 1970s concrete Hardwicke Circus subways
5th May 2013
Murals of leafy parks, local history and custard creams are being painted on two 1970s concrete subways in Carlisle.