In the aftermath of Manchester Marathon I’d still been relatively busy running wise and I hadn’t really had a chance to have a rest. So it was little wonder, heading into Moorclose, that I was starting to feel a few niggles and fatigue. 876 more words
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Workington’s playoff hopes were dented after a 2-1 defeat against Buxton yesterday.
The Reds hadn’t lost a game at Borough Park since October but they found themselves 1-0 down after just 10 minutes when ‘keeper Jonny Jamieson lost control of the ball which allowed Buxton striker Liam Hardy to run through and bur the ball into the back of an empty net. 390 more words
You are very kind to suggest that me “and Conservative Party supporters across Britain have helped get our country back on track” in relation to the deficit, jobs, taxes, welfare, schools and apprenticeships, although there are many people who will question whether, in relation to ANY of these things (and many things NOT mentioned such as the NHS, public transport, care for the elderly, care for those with mental health problems and our dire and rapidly worsening public transport system), we really are on track! 934 more words
I recently called in to ‘The Less-Favoured Land’ exhibition at the National Coal Mining Museum for England, near Wakefield. The exhibition showcased Patrick Ward’s black and white photographs of life in the 1960s coal mining communities of Horden in County Durham and Workington in Cumbria. 185 more words
Workington have really kicked on on recent weeks as they look to get back into the Conference North. FTLOF’s Michael Barwise saw how they got on as Whitby Town made the trip to Cumbria… 518 more words
After a sobering relegation from the Conference North it was always going to be a tough start to life in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League. However as FTLOF’s Michael Barwise explains it has been a positive start for the Reds… 445 more words