Penrith


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Penrith

(pɛnˈrɪθ)
n
(Placename) a market town in NW England, in Cumbria. Pop: 14 471 (2001)
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When the mother died these happy days for brother and sister together were done, for Willie went to school at Hawkshead with his brothers, and Dorothy was sent to live with her grandfather at Penrith.
Ms Willis is covering for Helen Forrester while she is on maternity leave and will be based at the NFU's Penrith office.
The offences at Bupa-run Beacon Edge Nursing Home in Penrith, Cumbria, took place between January and September last year.
New CCTV cameras will be installed in the Penrith CBD.
Marske drew 2-2 at Penrith, but goalscorers Austin Johnston and Jamie Clarke are doubtful for today's League Cup semi-final at Ashington.
Julie Burgess, mother of the former Bradford Bulls prop, complained after her 25-yearold son was hit over the head as he left the field after helping his team, South Sydney, to an 18-2 win over Penrith Panthers.
SCOTLAND'S largest independent co-operative, Scotmid, and Penrith Co-operative in Cumbria have agreed to merge.
Markets operator Mrs Maby has restored Kong to an upright new base in her garden in Penrith after the ape lay discarded flat on his back in a nearby car park.
There was another surprise result in the First Division when leaders West Auckland Town were held to a 4-4 draw by relegation-threatened Penrith.
The second half proved a nondescript affair but in the closing seconds with Penrith under pressure on their own line O''Brien snaffled up a loose pass to send Andrew Trotter over, Reeve on hand with the extras.
Booths is installing heat and rain recovery systems at its Penrith store in Cumbria - due to open in November - as part of plans to boost the site's eco-credentials.
Mr Stewart, 37, MP for Penrith and the Border in Cumbria, said: "Some areas around here are pretty primitive, people holding up their trousers with bits of twine and that sort of thing.