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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Green light for health centre

OUTLINE plans for a new £2million health centre in Cleator Moor are expected to be approved.

As The Whitehaven News went to press yesterday Copeland Council’s planners were considering the application for land between Howgill and Cleator Moor Boxing Club, fronting on to Birks Road.

Doctors from Flatt Walks Health Centre, in Whitehaven and Beech House, Egremont, will run the medical centre which is set to be the first of its kind in the county.

It will replace the Flatt Walks-run practice at Wyndham Street, Cleator Moor and the Beech House-run service at Wath Brow.

The centre will provide a variety of different services from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week. It may also provide dental surgeries in the future.

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