News and Star Carlisle
It was published in 1977 as the News and Star in Carlisle, Cumbria, in the United Kingdom. The newspaper covers news, sports, events, and local issues in the Cumbria area. As part of the CN Group, the News and Star is available in print and online, and it has a strong local readership. It is part of the CN Group, which also publishes other newspapers such as Cumberland News and Whitehaven News. They recently announced news and star facebook fans 2023.
News and Star Owner
Online Resources says cutoff in September 2021, News and Star was owned by Newsquest, one of the largest regional newspaper publishers in the UK. Among Newsquest’s 160 newspapers and magazines are daily and weekly ones. In addition to owning several newspapers and media outlets in the United States, Gannett is the owner of Newsquest, which is owned by a US-based media company. News and Star’s ownership may have changed since then, as media and newspaper ownership can change over time.
News and Star Facebook
Readers News and star facebook share their hopes for spring 2023 Daylight Saving Time begins on March 26, which means sunrises and sunsets may be one hour later than usual. In the evening, more light will be available.
Here are some of the things readers are looking forward to.
As Aleasha Wallace put it: “I want to get back up the fells. I want to grow food. And I want to get out of bed earlier to go for a walk or to run.”
While walking to work and home, Fiona Clarke looks forward to lighter evenings, while Rachel Sarah Simons loves seeing flowers bloom.”
As Anne Norman said: “Barbeques and lounging in my revamped garden.” Shirley Wood said: “Just feeling warmer and doing gardening.”
Among those expressing interest in warmer weather were Tracey Reay, Ann Broad, Margaret Neal, and Laura Anne Scott.
‘Beer garden weather’ appealed to Ian Silvo Silverwood, while Sean Malloy looked forward to longer hikes.
Peter Gnarly Blakemore said: “Long warm days in the woods,” and Georgie George said: “Spending less on heating.”
According to Neil Birkett, the central heating should be turned off, and according to Nick Graves, it should be kept warm.
As for Ken Hargreaves, he talked about “switching off the heating” and Tc Corson wanted to save money on heating.
It would be nice to have a new government, said Daniel Sencier. Read More