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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:JANUARY/FEBRUARY


weddings • parties • proms • corporate events


Add a sprinkle of extra fun to the party by hiring our magic sele mirror...


Unlimited photos Fun, quality props Facebook uploads Green screen Guest book Emojis, GIFS + more Packages from £199 25% OFF midweek!


Light at the end of the tunnel - BRIEFLY!


Big Tunnel, under the A66 Greta Viaduct, east of Keswick, saw daylight briefly in December 2017.


Metcalfe Plant Hire of Penrith were engaged by the Lake District National Park Authority (LDNPA) to open up the eastern end of the tunnel and explore the feasibility of fully excavating it.


Re-opening the tunnel was one of the most popular options for restoring the path between Keswick and Threlkeld from a public consultation earlier in the year.


Big Tunnel had been backfilled with spoil from construction of the A66 in the mid-1970s.


Cedric Martindale of CKP Railways and Lake District Special Planning Board Officers, had spoken to the original A66 Greta Viaduct Contractors in the 1990s and established that the tunnel had been ‘carefully packed’ to ensure it remained intact and stable, both to enable its re- use in future and to maximise stability of the road bridge foundations.


Drawings of the work carried out in the 1970s were shared with Capita by CKP Railways to inform their studies for the Lake District National Park Authority.


CKP Railways also provided an example of a similar tunnel excavation in the 1990s near Nottingham on the ‘Robin Hood’ line, which has carried regular train services ever since.


The excavation has since been carefully refilled for safety and the results of the dig will be evaluated.


Photograph courtesy of Metcalfe Plant Hire Ltd.


When the party gets started, the last thing guests expect is a full-length selfie mirror that allows them to let their hair down and create fun, unique photos and with a keepsake to take home.


The perfect accessory to keep your guests entertained for hours; included in the packages are fun, quality props, a VIP red carpet and ropes, plus trained photo attendants, so you don’t need to worry about a thing, then at the end of the night you get a guestbook full of all the pictures.


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From birthday parties to weddings, school proms to corporate events, your event will be one to remember. Personalise your mirror to the colour scheme, date and name of your wedding party, or add video and GIF features with the option to upload to Facebook.


Kid’s parties… add ‘The Dab’ animation or ‘Scream’ feature to your child’s birthday party, or transport your son or daughter and their friends to a scene with their favourite fictional character or football team using the green screen effect. The possibilities are endless, with kid’s packages starting from £199.


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