Cumbria


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a former Celtic kingdom in northwestern England

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a county of northwestern England

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Staff in West Midlands Fire Control, working from their emergency centre in Birmingham, have been helping to respond to 999 calls being received in Cumbria.
Major organization : CUMBRIA CONSTABULARY OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (N/A)
Life at the University of Cumbria is about more than working towards a degree.
Alice Heaton and Ellie Winter both struck twice for Cumbria.
No matter how pro-nuclear Albert Owen MP is, he is entirely in the wrong to volunteer up Cumbria as a nuclear sacrifice zone.
Cumbria Police said they were unable to confirm reports that the deaths were the result of carbon monoxide.
Information should be passed to Cumbria Police on 101.
But Lancashire totally dominated the afternoon singles also, restricting Cumbria to the minor consolation of halving two matches and winning one.
Today in a Commons debate, Workington MP Tony Cunningham intends to raise Cameron's shabby treatment of Cumbria.
Rob Parsons and Warriner finished well for Lions while Cumbria struggled to establish any rhythm.
THE Queen sent a message of sympathy last night to the families of the Cumbria massacre victims.
THE horror of the Cumbria shootings is in stark contrast to the sheer beauty of the area in which the terrible events have taken place.
Bond Bryan Architects has been appointed by the University of Cumbria to develop the strategic masterplanning for its proposed campuses across Cumbria and North Lancashire.
The Cumbria and Lancashire Constabularies met with policing minister Tony McNulty this morning but were unable to resolve details of the plan, said the Home Office.