Highways Customer Feedback Survey

Highways Customer Feedback Survey 

Cumbria County Council seeks customers ideas and views to improve county highways network. 

Cumbria County Council’s Highways Service have launched an online survey to understand the views and needs of local people and road users.

The survey is part of a project to develop and improve the highways service, ensuring the network meets the needs of local communities, businesses, and visitors.

From improving the planning of routine and emergency roadworks, to the reporting of road faults or defects, we aim to understand customers views to help make the service better for everyone. The survey aims to gain an understanding of customer’s current views about the service and learn about their previous experiences with the service, gaining a better understanding of their communication preferences.

Please encourage any of your constituents that may be passionate about highways to complete our survey using the following link:


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact askkevin@cumbria.gov.uk.

We thank you for you for your support.


Phil Greenup

Assistant Director Highways and Transport

Economy & Infrastructure | Cumbria County Council
Cumbria House |  117 Botchergate | Carlisle | Cumbria | CA1 1RD

St Peter’s Christmas Service 2020


You and your family are warmly invited to our special

Chritmas Services at St Peter’s Church, Drigg.


*Family Christingle Service*


Sunday 13th December at 11am




*Carol Service and Blessing of the Crib*

Saturday 19th December at 3pm

Music and singng by Phoenix Praise



*Christmas Day* Family Communion at 10am

Places for the above *Christmas services must be booked in advance, to maintain socially distanced seating. To reserve your seats and give details for track and trace, please contact Adrienne:

Phone 019467 24272 or email: ahmillington@hotmail.com

Please click on the following link for a printable flyer for St Peter’s Drigg Christmas services 2020 – Christmas Services

Tankard of John Edward Postlethwaite Coward

Tankard of Private John Edward Postlethwaite Coward
From The Parishioners
In grateful remembrance of his sacrifice
For his King and Country in the
Great War (1914 – 1918)
A Peace Celebration Fund was set up.
On 14th July 1919 the Parish Council gave £30 to Mr James Porter the
Treasurer of the fund.
A tankard was given to those who died in the parish and are on the
War memorial plaque in the St Peters Church Drigg