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  • A590 Subsidence near BP garage Lindale, 25th April
    Road subsiding by BP garage A590 near Lindale/Meathop roundabout heading North-West, before Witherslack turnoff. I have seen both cars and buses ground their bodywork hard here, cars locking wheels while braking and one driver seemed to leave his driving seat as he went over it. Been there since 2014, getting slowly worse.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): A590, Grange-over-Sands
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  • Caravan and destroyed grass verge, 22nd April
    A caravan has been parked on the street outside no.28 the gavels great Clifton for over 6 months it belongs to no.16 the gavels a lorry delivers parcels each day for them to deliver they use the caravan to store the parcels the lorry pulse up on the grass verge and has broken kerb stones and there is a long and deep rut in the grass I have reported this twice before the first time I was fobbed off and told in an email it was not the council job it was a police matter I talked to the police and it is for the council to put a 7 day notice on it I think I have been more than patient so if nothing is down soon about it I will send the photos plus my emails and the ones I got from the council to the times and star I'm sure they can discover who is responsible for this

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): The Gavels, Great Clifton
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  • One whole side of street lights out, 22nd April
    There has been no street lights on one side of clay street for weeks now and its quite daunting how dark it is for people living on that side. IF you stand on york street and look down clay street it is the left hand side of street lights that are out.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 35 Clay Street, Workington
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  • Caravan on street and delivery van destroying curb, 21st April
    There is a caravan parked on the gavels great Clifton it has now been there for over 6 months without being moved it is out side no.28 and 27 the gavels it belongs to no.16 the gavels it is used to store parcels that are delivered each day the delivery lorry pulls up on the grass verge so now there is a very big rut in the grass and they have cracked kerb stones. I have complained about this twice before and was fobbed off. the first time I was sent an email stating it was not a council to deal with it was a police responsibility I have talked to the police and they informed me that it is for the council to put a 7 day notice on the caravan . I have been more than patient so if nothing is done soon I am going to pass my emails and the responses from the council plus the pics to the times and star and they can discover who is in the rong

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  • Smelly water running out of man hole cover, 21st April
    Smelly water is running down the road from a man hole cover on station road. The water has been running for a week now but was reported a couple of months ago.It stopped, don't know if any one came to sort it but has started running again. The water runs near to a stream so don't know if its polluting the river.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Keswick
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  • Road subsidence Low Fellside, 19th April
    Low Fellside (road to Booth's car park) between Sepulchre Lane and Middle Lane is subsiding at the red brick bit. I hear cars "bottom out" their suspension and one car lost its rear silencer completely about 2 weeks ago. Has been bad for a few years but is getting worse. Temporary repair is not helping the overall problem.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Low Fellside, Kendal
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  • Street light cover missing, 19th April
    Street light no.713 on Rannerdale Drive. The bottom cover is hanging off, and anyone could reach inside and touch the live terminals. It has been like this for about a fortnight.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Whitehaven
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  • Both street lights outside spar off, 19th April
    Both the street lights outside the spar on richmond hill road are off. Been off a while. Please can they be fixed.
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  • Pelican Crossings not reponding, 17th April
    Abbey Road (All) The pelican crossings aren't working. As an adult, even my patience is exhausted when waiting for a "Green Man" . For children, who's attention span is shorter, they are routinely crossing against a "Red Man" after waiting in vain for several minutes. If one has the misfortune to have no one on the other side of the road to press the button too, then one can wait for over 10 min! This also reflects on the motorist, because they have the annoyance of having to stop for pedestrians that are long gone. This is a health and safety issue!
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Rawlingson Street, Barrow-in-Furness
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  • Potholes, 14th April
    Large deep potholes on approach to A593 and also other side of bridge on A5286.Pothole have been there for a few weeks but are getting worse.
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  • Large pothole/layer of tarmac missing,junction of A66 from B5288 Motherby/Greystoke, 14th April
    Large/Wide (approx 1 metre square or more) deep pothole/layer of tarmac missing,at east side part of junction (where you would turn right) of A66 from B5288 Motherby/Greystoke direction.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): B5288, Penrith
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  • Unsociable behaviour by a group of youths, 10th April
    Groups of youths are congregating every night, playing football, running over residents gardens, screaming and shouting and are being a general nuisance. This area is mostly populated by elderly residents who are finding this extremely stressful.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Whitehaven
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  • Big shallow pothole, 10th April
    There is a big shallow pothole on the crossing outside the Iggesund entrance. The section is used by pedestrians so it is a tripping hazard. The adjacent road surface (A596)will be under repair from 12th April onwards, would it be possible to add this one to the work list? Thank you for the help!!

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  • Broken slot drain in pavement, 9th April
    The slot drain in the pavement by the bus stop on the opposite side of the road to Weatherspoons has a piece broken out large enough for a child's foot to get caught & could cause injury.
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  • Barrow BC, 6th April
    Barrow BC seem to ignore reports from this web sight! they only seem to 'act' on reports from there own, though no facility to send photos! A.k.a. evidence of incidents!,,,,
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Market Street, Barrow-in-Furness
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  • Road surface M6 South Bound, 5th April
    Middle to outside lane road surface is really bad in this general area, with large potholes which are hit at speed can be dangerous. Been like this for quite a long time.
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  • A65 sunken termac on road - caused by past trenching, 3rd April
    From point on map to Westmorland General Hospital there are a number of places where past trenching has sunk and there are now severe potholes likely to cause damage to wheels and tyres. These have significantly got worse over the past 3 months.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): A65, Oxenholme
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  • 2 street lights out, 2nd April
    Light out half way down Market Steps and also one the corner of High Street and Eaglesfield Street, Maryport. Both have been out for a couple of weeks.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 126 High Street, Maryport
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  • Blocked drains leading to flooding, 1st April
    Drains on both sides of the road at the Pelican Crossing causing the road to flood and pedestrians being soacked by passing cars driving through deep water
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): King Street, Whitehaven
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  • Blocked rain drains causing flooding, 1st April
    Road drains blocked with mud causing flooding
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Seascale
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