CA1 Sports - Carlisle United

CA1 Sports
CN 17.04.2009 p6 Prepare rally cars

CABLE TV
CN 30.03.1990 p15 Cable TV city bid
CN 08.06.1990 pp13,25 Co. to get say on cable TV
CN 22.06.1990 p3 Date set for city cable TV
CN 04.04.1997 p1 Cable TV set to create 200 jobs
CN 19.06.1998 p5 Cable TV behind schedule
CN 09.08.2002 p14 Moves to rescue Omne Cable firm; workers stop in May 2002
CN 26.03.2004 p3 3,000 more homes have cable from May; WightCable

CADAS see CUMBRIA ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADVISORY SERVICE

CADDLE, C 19 London Road, 2 Church St, 5 Market Arcade
Shoe shop
CD 1952 Ad p265
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p226
CD 1955-56 Ad p225
CD 1961-62 Ad p66
CD 1966-68 Ad p267

CADET CORPS
CN 16.05.1942 p3 Four companies at Carlisle

CAFASS see CHILDREN AND FAMILY COURT ADVISORY SUPPORT SERVICE

CAFE SOLO Botchergate
CN 28.01.2000 p3 Opening
CN 28.09.2001 p7 Second branch in Castle Street opened

CAGE BIRD SOCIETY, CARLISLE AND DISTRICT 29th Exhibition held Dec 7/8th 1904 in Albert Hall, Lowther Street

CAIRD AVENUE On voters registers from 1940; author Hunter Davies lived at number 28 [see Strong Lad wanted for Strong Lass p27]

CAIRNS and CO 58 English St
Ironmongers
CD 1884-85 Ad p260
CD 1893-94 Ad p72

CALABOR Business and training consultants
CN 25.09.1998 p13

CALDECOTES So named Caldecote in 1253 ‘ Cold Cottages’

CALDER FOODS Burgh Road; Harraby Green
Set up in Brampton in 1991; moved to Harraby Green 1995; Burgh Road factory opened 2002
CN 16.03.2001 p16 Links with Teeside University
CN 21.03.2003 p14 Wins approval to supply foods to Scottish Health Service
CN 17.06.2005 p18 Supplies food for Wimbledon tennis; 100 employed
CN 22.08.2008 p17 Building #2.5m extension; started in 1991 by P.Barker and Nigel Harrison

CALDEW, River
CN 14.10.1916 p3 Pollution of the Caldew
CJ 24.07.1942 p2 Course of
CN 02.07.1965 p1 Little Caldew (illus)
CN 27.08.1971 p8 (illus) and Little Caldew, feature

CALDEW BRIDGE
28th year of reign of Edward I ‘Beginning at the Bridge over Caldewe outside the City of Carlisle....’ [CWAAS vol 5 ns p39]; so named pontem de Caldewe circa 1369; bridge built 1820 to replace earlier bridge; first illuminated by gas November 1821; extended in 1847 over railway; reconstructed and widened 1924-1926; unveiling of commemorative tablet 05.11.1925; opening ceremony 28.10.1926; bridge further widened 1973-74
CP 15.04.1898 p6 CN 09.11.1973 p6
18.04.1705 Bishop Nicholson’s Diary ‘great hazard over Caldew Bridge’
20.04.1705 ‘viewed Caldew Bridge...want our immediate care’ Bp Nicolson
CP 24.04.1819 p2d Ad; to be let the building of a new stone bridge over Caldew
CP 20.11.1819 p3a Part of parapet gave way; 21 feet in length
CJ 18.05.1916 p3 Portion fell into river
City Minutes 1923-24 p 408 Concrete foundations of one of peers finished
City Minutes 1924-25 pp 200, 388, 636 Report on progress of bridge
City Minutes 1925-26 pp 58, 176, 320, 452 Progress reports
City Minutes 1926-27 pp 93, 213, 310, 373, 447 all work ceased 31.03.1927
Carlisle the Archive Photographs p113 Photo of presentation of replica tablet
Carlisle in Camera 1 p45 Photo of opening ceremony in 1926
CJ 06.11.1925 pp4,7 Unveiling of tablet; history of bridges
CN 08.07.1960 p10 History
CN 30.07.1971 p1 To be raised
CN 05.11.1971 p16 History
CN 12.11.1971 p32 Alteration for BR electrification
CN 27.04.1973 p6 History

CALDEW BRIDGE, Graham Street to Boustead Grassing
City Minutes 1922-23 pp590-91 Footbridge cheapest option; p670 so resolved
City Minutes 1923-24 p115 Tenders accepted
City Minutes 1923-24 p358 Foundation of six peers put in

CALDEW BRIDGE, Holme Head Date stone of 1885; stone now cast down
City Minutes 02.04.1885 19/435 Inscription to be put on footbridge

CALDEW BRIDGE; Willowholme
City Minutes 1892/93 item 834 Erection of bridge to commence next week

CALDEW BROW, Court Square So named on Wood’s 1821 map of city

CALDEWGATE
See also Irish Gate; Church St
CN 02.01.1954 p6 CJ 17.06.1966 p8 CJ 22.07.1966 p22 CJ 10.06.1966 p8
CN 19.03.1976 p6
Memorials of Old Carlisle Topping and Potter p27 Derivation of name
Carlisle Examiner 14.10.1858 p2f,3a Caldewgate floods
CJ 29.05.1868 p7b Disgraceful state of Caldewgate
CN 04.03.1944 p4 Caldewgate scenes by W.T.Mcintyre
CN 03.02.1945 p5 1896 illustration
CN 06.01.1951 p5 (illus) About 1900
CN 07.09.1956 p8 (illus) About 1926
CJ 23.09.1960 p3 Development scheme
CJ 10.03.1961 p1 (illus) Development scheme
CJ 21.10.1966 p13 Floods of 1926
CJ 28.10.1966 Floods of 1926
CJ 04.11.1966 p25 (illus) Floods of 1926
CJ 11.11.1966 p23 (illus) Floods of 1926
CN 14.07.1967 p12 Coursing
CN 05.03.1971 p12 (illus) ‘Giants Grave’ and pump
ENS 28.10.1978 p5 (illus) New road lay out
CN 05.05.1989 p4 The day Caldewgate turned into a lake
CN 27.04.1990 p4 (illus) Rare view
CN 25.05.1990 p6 Changing city (illus)
CN 20.08.1993 p4 Memories of the Dam
CN 11.12.1992 p13 History of a city street
CN 05.11.1993 p1 300 in plea for curbs on parking
CN 26.11.1993 p18 All roads lead to...
CN 04.07.1997 p29 (aerial view) The mediaeval and the modern unite
CN 04.03.2005 p2 Purpose built student acommodation being built

CALDEWGATE DISTRICT SICK NURSING ASSOCIATION
Flourished 1902
CP 23.05.1902 p5 Letter concerning proposed amalgamation with Carlisle Assn
CN 09.06.1905 p6a Annual meeeting
CN 09.10.1960 p12

CALDEWGATE GIRLS CLUB
CN 28.04.1972 p8

CALDEWGATE PUMP
CN 07.01.1950 p5 (illus) Origin
CN 14.01.1950 p5 Origin
CN 28.01.1950 p5 Origin

CALDEWGATE RAGGED SCHOOL [in 1958 Carlisle Milk Distributors were on this site
City of Carlisle Education Week 1958 p47]
CP 04.09.1852 CP 24.12.1858
Carlisle Examiner 25.07.1857 p3c
CP 16.12.1870 Nos attending Ragged Sch 433, on roll 517
CN 26.09.2008 p36 D.Perriam’s article on the history of school; built 1851, ‘closed by 1891’. Called ‘Heads School’

CALDEWGATE RIOTS
See K.Rafferty Fire High and Do No Harm; Carlisle Election Riots of 1826, 2000
CP 10.06.1826 p3 Inquest on Isabel Pattinson and Mary Birrell

CALDEWGATE SCHOOL Opened 07.10.1872; extension to the school opened 05.04.1875; enlarged 1885; Caldewgate Junior School closed 01.09.1988 when combined with Caldew Lea School
1890s memories of the school under Headmaster Mr McNichol City of Carlislein Education Week 1958 pp 49-50. 1BC 370 The school has turned out many fine citizens including a member of the House of Lords, the Late Lord Henderson, and two mayors of Carlisle
Carlisle from the Kendall Collection p122 photo of boys class about 1902
1924 photo of school p 49 City of Carlisle Education Week 1958 1BC 370
CJ 13.03.1931 p14 Photo of Caldewgate Girls School at Carlisle Music Festival
CJ 23.08.1949 p3 Canteen opened
ENS 05.10.1972 p4 (illu) One hundred years in the life of a school
CN 20.10.1972 p24 Centenary celebrations
CN 29.04.1988 p3 Schools turn clock back (school to close)
CN 07.08.1998 p7 Residents oppose move to build homes

CALDEWGATE WORKHOUSE Coalfell; built by St Cuthbert’s parish 1829 (Whellan 1860 p 138); closed with opening of Fusehill Workhouse
Cumbria Family History Society Newsletter no 113 p24 list of persons in the workhouse 03.04.1838; master of workhouse Joseph Nixson; 48 poor in workhouse of which 29 aged under 15 years; the oldest, James Montgomery is 78, and described as ‘infirm and nearly blind’; James Haslum, 8, father transported; Jane Ivison, 11, father deserted, knits and nurses; Jane Ryecroft, 1, father deserted; Richard Ross, 33 insane; Thomas Marrs, 40, deaf, dumb and unhealthy; Elizabeth Rennison, 9, ill from Typhus fever; Jane Crawford, 14, knits and sews, contracted hip; Mary Ann Dover, 6, mother in fever house; Margaret Hammell, 22, with one illegitimate infant in workhouse
CP 09.02.1839 ‘ a mere shell unfit for securing the comfort of inmates’
1851 census lists Hodgson Bell as master, with 71 paupers
Carlisle an illustrated history p44 illustration of workhouse, now houses

CALDEWGATE WORKING MENS READING ROOM Founded 1860 (Whellan 1860 p131 founded 1854)
CJ 25.11.1864 p4 CJ 17.01.1865 p2 CJ 14.03.1865 p2

CALDEW HOSPITAL Dalston Road
CN 20.10.1995 p12 Ad
CN 14.03.1997 pp4,6 Hospitals set for new ownership
CN 21.12.2001 p 3 NHS patients sent to Abbey Caldew; what this hospital provides

CALDEW LEA PRIMARY SCHOOL Opened 01.09.1988 on site of Ash Lea School
CN 19.05.2006p1 Mr Johnston new head; 320 pupils
CN 26.05.2006 p22 Neil Tucker retires after 20 years at school

CALDEW MALTINGS
CN 29.07.1994 p1 Tenants quit as flat rents soar

CALDEW STREET On voters list from 1898-99

CALDEW TERRACE
CJ 24.06.1826 p1d Caldew Tce; newly erected dwelling to let

CALDEW VIEW Metcalfe St; [John Yound, carting contractor, aged aged 56, born Broughton [1901 census]; 21.08.1902 Jane Young died Caldew View, Metcalfe Street [Mon. Ins. 24/28]

CALEDONIAN BUILDINGS Two blocks of cottages were built by the Caledonian Railway in 1875 for their workers in the nearby railway shed. These housed 8 families of railway workers. Another two blocks wre begun in Feb 1891, adjoining those standing. only a part of these buildings remain today [2009], some being demolished in 1966. There was a large reservoir immediately behind the houses, now [2009] filled in. Two boys were drowned in the reservoir in October 1939 [CN 01.05.2009 p34]

CALEDONIAN INN Botchergate; 24.07.1899 Caledonian Inn sold to Maryport Brewery Co
S.Davidson Carlisle Breweries and Public Houses 1894 - 1916, p79
CJ 06.03.1847 Lancaster and Caledonian Hotel; Thomas Scarrow opens
CJ 01.12.1848 For sale Caledonian and Lancaster Hotel at head of Botchergate
Wards Directory 1851 p4 Ad. Lancaster and Caledonian Hotel, 12 Botchergate
1861 census James Birney, aged 52, innkeeper and farmer, born Lazonby
1891 census; Caledonian Hotel; T Armstrong, hotel keeper, 58, bn Bewcastle
1901 census; Caledonian Hotel; T.Riglin, Hotel Keeper, aged 48, born Essex
09.02.1919 Fire causing £350 worth of damage
CN 11.02.2000 p1 Pub to get revamp
ENS 12.04.2000 p15 Re-opens May 5th as CA1
ENS 30.08.2000 p5 (illus) Called CA1 from May
CN 29.12.2006 p13 Letter and photo; Good to see it’s called the Caledonian again, from previous name Barcode

CALEDONIAN INN English Damside; in local directories 1850 to 1914; closed 1916; Robert Lee, innkeeper, aged 59 [1861 census]; Elizabeth HaNdy, aged 39 Innkeeper, born Taunton [1891 census]; Bernard McAlindon, innkeeper, 59, born Ireland [1901 census]

CALEDONIAN OMNIBUS CO Built a bus station/ depot in Lonsdale Street, adjacent to the rear of Ribble Bus Station, station opening in 1938; previous premises in South Henry Street which it had inherited in 1931 from Farrer and Faulder
City Minutes 1926-7 p628 Licensed to operate bus service to Lockerbie

CALEDONIAN PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY, Denton St, Photographers listed in Slaters 1869 Directory

CALEDONIAN PIPE BAND
CN 17.05.1996 p4 Pipe band must turn up

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY
CN 01.09.1989 p11 Scots flock to the club that’s home
CN 06.10.1989 p48 Scots group takes off
CN 24.11.1989 p13 New club faces a busy year ahead
CN 23.08.1991 p10 Scots group seeks new blood

CALEDONIAN TERRACE West Walls; on census from 1851-1871

CALICO PRINTING
CN 22.03.1924 p9 Carlisle in the 18th century

CALIFORNIA ROAD; Kingstown; so named on 1901 census

CALTHWAITE HALL
CN 22.08.1942 p4 Opening as Red Cross Home

CAMEO BRIDE
CN 20.10.1995 p6 Ad

CAMERON, John Master carpenter, aged 42, empoying 6 men and 2 apprentices, born Ellenborough, home address Ann’s Place, Princess St [1851 census]. The firm of Cameron and Briggs were responsible for the woodwork at the new Dispensary which opened in 1857

CAMERON and KEIGHLEY 7 Crosby St
Decorators and signwriters
CD 1910-11 Ad p61
CD 1913-14 Ad p66
CD 1920 Ad p207
CD 1924 Ad p48
CD 1931 Ad p80

CAMPAIGN FOR AN INDEPENDENT BRITAIN
CN 29.11.1996 p1 Alex’s call for independence

CAMPBELL, Alexander Bookseller, died 23.02.1776 [Monumental Inscription St Mary’s Churchyard, the Cathedral; no 394]

CAMPBELL, James Garraway
City Minutes 1926-7 p628 Licensed to operate bus service Harraby to Holme Head

CAMPBELL, John William
City Minutes 1923-4 p587 Licensed to operate bus service Carlisle - Kirkbampton
City Minutes 1926-7 p628 Licensed to operate bus service Carlisle - Longburgh

CAMPBELL, Rodney Clerc
City Minutes 1923-4 p587 Licensed to operate bus service Harraby to Holme Head

CAMPBELL BROWN 21 English Street; closed early 1997 by the then owner Sinclair Foster, whose father had also owned the shop
Gents outfitters
ENS 01.12.1966 Supp
CD 1907-08 Ad p76
CD 1920 Ad p150
CD 1924 Ad p298
CD 1927 Ad p310
CD 1931 Ad p186
CD 1934 Ad p132
CD 1952 Ad p126
CD 1955-56 Ad p40
CD 1961-62 Ad p289
CD 1966-68 Ad p37
CN 02.06.2006 p4 Obit of Sinclair Foster who ran the shop until his retirement

H.K.CAMPBELL SCHOOL Opened May 1930 as an open air school for delicate children, and the supply of milk and meals in schools. As time passed and general living conditions improved in the city it became by 1958 predominantly a school for physically handicapped chidren; Closed 31.08.1991
City Mins. 1929-30 p510 New open air school for delicate children to be so named
City of Carlisle Education Week 1958 p25 Photo of children
ENS 09.09.1976 Pool of hope opens for city’s handicapped kids
CN 24.05.1991 p15 School site may be bulldozed
CN 06.09.1991 p10 Houses plan

CAMPBELL WILSON Dentists, Aglionby Street
CN 21.03.2008 p17 Ian Campbell retires

CANADIAN MOTOR MACHINE GUN BRIGADE, 1st
CJ 16.06.1950 p1 Trained at Carlisle

CANAL
Opened 12.03.1823; drained 13.08.1853; Canal 8ft 6 inches deep, locks 72 ft 6 inches long and 18ft 4 inches wide [1851 Ward’s Northern Directory Ads p4]; first ship constructed at Canal Basin ‘The City’ launched 31.10.1825 [CN 23.11.2007 p36]
see D.Ramshaw Carlisle Navigation Canal 1821 - 1853, 1997 1B 386.4
see CAIH p56
see C.Hadfield Canals of North West England Vol 2 pp 336-348
CN 21.09.1935 CN 28.09.1935 CN 05.10.1935 CN 12.10.1935
CN 31.10.1953 p8 (illus) CN 03.10.1953 p8 (illus) CN 02.07.1954 p8
CN 09.07.1954 p10 CN 20.08.1954 p8 CN 16.09.1977 p4 CN 01.12.1978 p12
CN 01.02.1980 p5
Pacquet 28.10.1794 Projected canal between Sandsfield and Newcastle,
Pacquet 11.11.1794 Further notes and progress of meetings
Pacquet 02.12.1794 Success of public meetings
Pacquet 09.12.1794 List of subscribers to proposed canal
Pacquet 05.01.1796 Further advert for canal
CJ 28.02.1818 p2c Ad; meeting for proposed Canal between Carlisle and Solway
CJ 11.04.1818 p3b Mr Chapman’s report on proposed canal
CP 08.05.1819 pp2c, 3b,c First general meeting of the Carlisle Canal Co
CP 29.05.1819 p3b Mr Chapman arrived to mark out line of canal
CP25.09.1819 p2f Line of intended canal finally surveyed and marked out
CP 06.11.1819 p2d Ad From 08.12 plans and sections available for inspection
Pacquet 16.11.1819 Tender to quarrymen to build canal
CJ 02.03 1821 Laying of foundation stone of canal basin
CP 24.03.1821 p3 First stone of Basin laid
CP 07.04.1821 p3a High Solway tide inundates huts of workmen
CP 14.04.1821 p3c 2 canalmen die from drinking excess of whiskey
CP 17.11.1821 p3a Canal men depredations; sheep stolen along line
CP 22.12.1821 p3a Last stone of Carlisle Canal Basin laid yesterday
CP 11.05.1822 Launch of ship at Maryport for use on canal
CP 18.05.1822 Water let into canal as far as Beaumont
CP 03.08. 1822 Dimensions of canal and number of locks
CJ 25.05.1822 p4a Canal partially filled with water
CP 15.03.1823 Account of opening of canal
CP 22.03.1823 List of vessels entering canal and travel on canal
CP 12.07.1823 Advert for sale of slate and timber brought by canal
CP 10.07.1824 Report on canal
CP 13.11.1824 Shipbuilding near canal building
CP 29.10.1825 Launch of first ship at canal
CP 05.11.1825 Launch of first ship at canal
CP 19.11.1825 List of vessels entering canal
CJ 11.03.1826 p3c ‘Cumbria’, new ship for Carlisle New Shipping Co in Basin
CP 02.06.1826 Ship coming up canal under sail without aid of horses
CJ 08.07.1826 p3b Accident; collision between the Carlisle and passage boat
CJ 22.07.1826 p3b Steamer Solway; first voyage from Liverpool to Bowness
CJ 29.07.1826 p1e Ad for steamer Solway; Carlisle and Liverpool Steam Nav.Co.
CP 04.11.1826 Launch of ship belonging to Carlisle Grocers Company
CJ 04.11.1826 p2f Launch at basin of new ship ‘Albion’ built at Canal
CP 23.12.1826 Advert for Carlisle Grocers Shipping Company
CJ 03.04.1827 Details of the new steamer ‘Cumberland’
CJ 28.07.1827 Description of ship built in Carlisle
CJ 11.04.1829 Launching of ship on canal
CJ 07.02.1829 Description of water wheel used to pump water into Basin
CP 17.07.1830 Timber on sale at Basin
CP 28.08.1830 Slates on sale at reduced prices at Basin
CJ 17.08.1833 The naming of Port Carlisle
CJ 07.06.1834 Traffic in Canal Basin
CJ 05.07.1834 Description of the ‘Arrow’
CJ 06.09.1834 Building of Canal Branch railway
CJ 20.09.1834 Dock being constructed for the ‘Arrow’
1834 Pigot and Co Directory. Building of a new Customs House at Carlisle
CJ 11.03.1837 Opening of Canal Branch and description of coal staithes
CJ 18.03.1837 Locomotive power on Canal Branch
CJ 14.07.1838 New passage boat ‘Swallow’
CJ 12.01.1839 Ferry boat Clarence purchased; ply from Annan to Bowness
CJ 09.02.1839 Clarence arrived from Greenock; received new boiler
CP 18.01.1840 Ship launching at Canal Basin
CJ 13.07.1844 Sand bar preventing Liverpool steamers reaching Port Carlisle
CJ 20.09.1845 p1 Ad for the sale of the steamer Clarence
CJ 23.01.1847 p3b Proposal to convert canal into railway
CJ 17.04.1847p3a Future of Canal; possible conversion to railway
CJ 29.09.1848 Note on future use of the Canal
CJ 13.10.1848 Letter supporting the Canal
1851 Ward’s Northern Directory Ads p4 Canal 8ft 6 in deep
06.07.1852 Special General Meeting for considering conversion of Canal
CP 11.12.1852 Ad; meeting to authorise abandonement of Canal for railway
CJ 05.08.1853 Notes on closure
CN 21.09.1935 History of the Canal
CN 29.03.1949 p2 Report of opening
CJ 29.08.1944 p2 History and displaced by railway
CN 03.10.1953 Details of William Bell, shipbuilder of Carlisle
CJ 23.02.1954 p1 Road widening
CN 27.02.1954 p3 Road widening
CN 20.06.1958 p10 Illustration of 1888
CN 26.06.1964 Canal painting
CN 10.07.1964 Canal snuff box
CN 21.07.1972 p10 Reservoir
CN 09.03.1973 p8 Feature (illus)
CN 25.01.1974 pp1,8 (illus) Plan for a living museum
CN 29.03.1974 p48 Plan for a living museum
CN 20.09.1974 p1 Development?
CN 04.12.1987 p4 Canal engine was the biggest in the country
CN 29.04.1988 p4 Canal boat power was provided by horses
CN 06.01.1990 175 years supp pvi
CN 29.01.1993 p4 Handy route to the new world
CN 05.02.1993 p4 Narrow boat that plied the canal
CN 19.02.1993 p4 (illus) Plea to restore canal heritage
CN 19.02.1993 p4 City pump was the biggest in the land
CN 05.03.1993 p4 Canal scheme behind times
CN 23.07.1993 p4 Memories of steam days
CN 25.02.1994 p4 150 years ago (steam vessel Daedalus)
CN 14.06.1996 p11 (illus) Just Dandy on the Port Carlisle line
CN 27.09.1996 p3 (illus) I have a dream- I only hope ten thousand more share it
CN 11.10.1996 p1 Canal would wipe out Eden Salmon
CN 25.10.1996 p3 £6 billion canal group says the banks are behind us
CN 22.11.1996 Business update p7 Canal will open door to Europe
CN 09.05.1997 p1 Canal man talks to oil sheiks over funding
CN 23.05.1997 p4 Canal man hunts for...
CN 30.05.1997 p9 Landowner offers 22 acres
CN 08.08.1997 p5 Snubbed canal man looks abroad
CN 23.10.1998 p11 Canal bid man in talks with PM
CN 29.10.2004 p3a Archive of Canal papers fail to attract bids; reserve £5,000

CANAL BASIN - DEVELOPMENT
CN 27.10.1978 p7
CN 21.10.1994 p12 Canal basin plan in doubt

CANAL GOODS DEPORT see RAILWAYS; CANAL BRANCH

CANAL LOCOMOTIVE SHED see RAILWAYS; CANAL BRANCH

CANAL STREET Named after nearby Carlisle Canal
Council Minutes12.03.1889 item 60, p123 Approval for formation of new street

CANARY SHOW IN CARLISLE
Carlisle Eaminer 30.11.1858 p3b Carlisle Examiner 11.12.1858 p2c,d

CANCER
CJ 16.07.1943 p3 Proposed cancer organisation
CN 14.03.1997 pp1,10 Now Vera (Coronation St) lends a hand - breast cancer

C & A Opened in Lanes 1984
CN 18.11.1994 p3 Stores £30,000 payout
ENS 15.06.2000 p1 C & A shuts all shops - 36 jobs to go in Carlisle

CANDLE MAKING
CN 29.12.1967 p8
CN 17.05.2002 p7 Candle maing in Carlisle; history

CANINE SOCIAL CLUB
CJ 04.02.1949 p2 First social

CANNING ,D 17 Henry St
Painter and decorator
CD 1884-85 Ad px

CANONS
City Council Minutes12.05.1885 p5 Canon to be placed in Court House gardens
CN 15.09.1928 p9 In the 1860s

CANT CRESCENT Named after council member W.H.Cant

CANTONELLES LADIES CHOIR
CN 08.11.2002 p5 New musical director for choir

CAPE, John Tailor, aged 36, employing 21 men, home address Castle Street, born Stanwix [1851 census]

CAPE, W. and Son Woollen drapers
1851 Ward’s Northern Directory Removal to 65 Castle St
CP 03.06.1854 p1 Ad; removal of draper from Castle St to Bank St
CD 1880 pxli Robert Forster, 10 LowtherSt, tailor and draper, 10 Lowther St, successor to Cape and Son

CAPITA DBS Privatised Cumbria County Council unit; transfer 2001
CN 07.09.2001 p3 Planning application for futuristic business centre at Kingmoor
CN 05.09.2003 p14 Border to build £1.9m phase 2 for Capita at Kingmoor Park
CN 09.04.2004 p14 Over 700 staff in Cumbria; photo Capita Business Centre

CAPTAIN COOK INN Captain Cook Lane, Scotch Street; demolished for foundation of covered market
CP 04.03.1837 p2 For sale; now in occupation of Carlton Thompson
CP 23.12.1887 p6a Demolition for new market
CN 09.08.1991 p4 (illus)

CAR AND COMMERCIAL GLASS James St
CN 01.09.1995 p6 Ad

CAR AUCTIONS
CJ 29.08.1947 p1 First held in the city

CAR BOOT SALES
see also Racecourse
CN 29.11.1991 p2 Illegal car boot sales
CN 13.12.1991 p25 Boot them out - angry residents
CN 26.12.1991 p3 Pleased by car boot sale curb
CN 19.03.1993 p1 Market ready for the off

CARDINAL NEWMAN SCHOOL Opened 28.08.1968; official opening 28.02.1970
See also Saint Patrick’s School
CJ 23.08.1968 p15 (illus) CN 30.08.1968 p15 (illus) CN 06.03.1970 p18
CN 24.03.1967 p15 New school
CN 24.11.1967 p26 (illus) Foundation stone laid
Memories of Carlisle, Chapter 4 photo of cutting the first sod of the new school
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p81 Photos of pupils moving from St Pat’s
CN 19.03.1993 p5 New head for city school
CN 02.12.1994 p12 School is home of screen stars
CN 07.02.1997 p12 (illus) Hats off to 6th form
CN 17.09.1999 p1 Dad keeps son from school (religious education)
CN 19.04.2002 p7 Bid for new sports hall
CN 16.01.2004 p8 One of the worst truancy levels in country
CN 14.01.2005 p3 School devastated by great flood
CN 21.01.2005 p5 Meeting shows graphic images of devastated school
CN 04.02.2005 p1 Newman schools now fails Ofsted report; head Mr O’Neill
CN 15.04.2005 p17 £2m given to school for rebuild
CN 06.01.2006 p6 and 7 of flood supplement; feature
CN 02.02.2007 p 18 Newman School out of special measures

CARE AND REPAIR PROJECT see CARLISLE AND DISTRICT CARE AND REPAIR

CARE AWARDS
CN 15.05.1998 p10 Carlisle care awards

CAREERS SERVICE
see CUMBRIA CAREERS SERVICE

CAREL CROSS see CROSS

CAREL FAIR see GREAT FAIR

CARELINE
CN 01.08.1997 p4 Old folk are to pay more for Careline

CAR EXHIBITION
CJ 11.10.1946 p1 (illus) Famous cars at Dias and Co

CARILLION Port Rd Business Park
CN 19.12.2003 p14 Construction traning specialists open in Carlisle

CARLETON CLINIC see GARLANDS

CARLETON CRICKET CLUB
CN 18.10.2002 p28 Proposed move to new ground at Garlands Hospital

CARLETON GARDENS Land owned by the Duke of Devonshire and developed by his gardner Joseph Paxton; gates originally stood across the entrance to Cavendish Terrace. The Devonshire private estate ran up Stanwix Bank to Etterby Street, down Etterby Street to Etterby Terrace and back to Cavendish Terrace; street names show the family’s noble connections
CN 05.11.2004 p57 No 22 for sale; illus

CARLETON INN Demolished and replaced with Green Bank
CN 04.10.1930 p3 To be demolished - photo
CN 07.03.1931 p13 Demolished remains of Carleton Inn - photo

CARLETON PETROL STATION
CN 10.02.2006 p5 £500,000 refit for station owned by Hills for 14 years

CARLETON PRIMARY SCHOOL 1872 new school built at Carleton on site of previous school; closed 03.09.1984

CARLILE BROTHERS 66-68 Scotch St, St Albans Row
Drapers
CD 1952 Ad p287
CD 1955-56 Ad p219
CD 1961-62 Ad p269

CARLILE’S HOME FED BUTCHERY STORES St Albans Row
CD 1952 Ad p272
CD 1955-56 Ad p232

CARLIN SUNDAY Carlings are dried peas soaked overnight and fried in butter. They are traditionally eaten on Carling Sunday, the second Sunday before Easter
CN 27.03.1987 p4
CN 31.03.1995 pp1,10 Carlins make a comeback

CARLIOL CHOIR
CN 03.09.2004 p13 Letter; founded 1906 under directorship of Mr Reed
CN 15.12.2006 p6 Choir to disband; not enough male singers

CARLIOL, THOMAS
CN 07.12.1946 p6 ‘Thomas Carliol’ building
CN 28.12.1946 p7 ‘Thomas Carliol House’ or old Register House of the Diocese

‘CARLISLE,H.M.S.’
CN 11.01.1974 p6
City Minutes 1918-19 p 135 Presentation of cup to HMSCarlisle
CN 24.01.1942 p5 (illus) Adopt ship
CN 31.01.1942 p5 (illus) Mayor’s wire to crew
CN 07.02.1942 p5 Mayor’s appeal
CN 14.02.1942 p5 Opening of Warship Week
CN 28.02.1942 p5 List of investors in Warship Week
CN 05.09.1942 p5 Commemorative plaque accepted
CN 05.09.1942 p5 (illus) Ship’s badge for city
CN 07.11.1942 p3 Letter from Lieut. Commander concerning positioning plaque
CN 18.12.1987 p8 (illus) Carlisle - the name that spoke of naval service

CARLISLE
CN 13.07.1990 p15 City set for boom
CN 27.07.1990 p1 Super city of the future
CN 24.08.1990 p3 How daft can you get
CN 17.01.1992 p12 City’s changing face proved most appealing
CN 31.01.1992 p12 Come to Carlisle - a centre of depravity
CN 14.10.1994 pp1,10 Life’s a bargain in the Border City
CN 21.09.2001 p3 £40,000 drive to sell itself
CN 25.04.2002 p13 Letters concerning regional identity
CN 25.10.2002 p15 MP outlines vision for city in 21st century
CN 23.04.2004 p1 Unemployment, housing, tourism, construction - all boom
CN 19.08.2005 p12 What people want in the new Carlisle
CN 26.08.2005 pp1,3 Blueprint from new development of Rickergate
CN 24.03.2006 p 13 Letters concering bid for city to be World Heritage Centre

CARLISLE - Aerial views
CN 26.06.1998 p18 CN 03.07.1998 p9 CN 31.07.1998 p6

CARLISLE - Canada
CN 01.09.1957 p4 Carlisle, near Hamilton, Canada

CARLISLE - History
Carlisle and Cumbria;Roman and Med. Architecture,Art and Archaelogy, pp 29-38, Medieval Carlisle;Cathedral and City from Foundation to Dissolution
1530s J.Leland’s Itinerary one page description
1672 view of city by Martin Beckman - illus
Edm Sanderson Antiquities and Families of Cumberland p46 Carlisle in 1675
1684-5 Survey of city; CWAAS OS Vol 13 p 172 -93 ; map
New Guide to Carlisle 1821 pp103-4 Carlisle in 1687, Dr Dod’s time
1725 Visit to city; Rpt of the manuscripts of Duke of Portland pp129-132; HMC
CWAAS 1961, vol 61 p 292 Description of Carlisle in 1759
1772; T.Pennant; a tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides
1827 Changes in city; Round Carlisle Cross Vol 3 pp21-23
Round Carlisle Cross Vol 6 Carlisle in 1837 pp 72-79
Carlisle Examiner 11.08.1857 p3b,c Carlisle 10 years ago and as it is now
1858 Round Carlisle Cross Vol 8 Carlisle 70 Years Ago [pub 1928]
1860s Round Carlisle Cross Vol 2 pp9-19 Carlisle 60 years ago [pub1922]
CJ 26.02.1864 p6b,c Carlisle in the olden times
CJ 19.05.1893 p6 Round about Carlisle in the early morning
CN 25.08.1928 p9 Carlisle in the 1860s
Over the Garden Wall; life of Donald Scott pp 7-20 Childhood in 1930s and 1940s
CJ 13.01.1939 p7 Looking back
Strong Lad Wanted for Strong Lass; H.Davies childhood memories in 1940s/ 1950s
CN 30.12.1950 p5 Carlisle in 1850
ENS 17.06.1968 Supp. Changing face of Carlisle
CN 08.03.1974 p10 (illus) Memories of Carlisle in 1900s by Edwin Williams
ENS 22.08.1983 Supp Bygone Carlisle
CN 23.02.1990 p10 A phoenix set to rise from the ashes
CN 23.03.1990 p4 A decade of change in old Carlisle
CN 20.04.1990 p10 All the news that’s fit to print
CN 01.06.1990 Supplement 175 years ago
CN 08.06.1990 p4 Horse trough was city’s tribute
CN 25.01.1991 p4 Isolated city of cobbled streets
CN 08.02.1991 p4 Poetic tale of change
CN 26.12.1991 p6 The days of Canda and Willy holm
CN 03.01.1992 p4 Reminder of a Viking past
CN 10.01.1992 p10 Golden memories of the great Border City
CN 16.10.1992 p12 Unique insight into city’s history
Cumbria May 1993 p20 Carlisle through the ages
CN 24.06.1994 p10 Memories of early 19th century Carlisle
CN 19.09.1997 p10 (illus) Old familiar places - but the past seems a foreign land
CN 26.02.1999 p12 (illus) Magpies put city history into fireplace
CN 06.06.2003 p7 Elizabethan Carlisle-feature

CARLISLE - Name
Old Celtic name meaning ‘place belonging to a man Luguvalos’, to which is added Celtic cair ‘fortified town’ was added after the Roman period.
Cumbria Vol 35 p488 Letter on origin of name Carlisle

CARLISLE - Pennsylvania
CJ 14.07.1950 p1 CJ 21.07.1950 p1

CARLISLE ADVENTURE CLUB
CN 16.03.1990 p7 Adventure way ahead for youth

CARLISLE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY see CARLISLE CATTLE SHOW

CARLISLE AIR TRAINING CORPS
CN 15.03.1991 p4 Boys flocked to join Air Cadets

CARLISLE AMENITIES COMMITTEE
CITY MINUTES 1933-34 p271 Their letter concerning the addition of bus shelter to Town Hall

CARLISLE AND BORDER ART SOCIETY
CJ 25.11.1949 Society founded; first meeting on December 15th, letter
CN 04.04.1950 Winifred Nicholson addresses society
ENS 21.11.1950 First annual meeting
CN 08.07.2005 p27 Annual exhibition in Old Town Hall

CARLISLE AND BORDER COUNTIES HOME FOR INCURABLES
Founded 22.11.1877; Church Lane, Stanwix
See also STRATHCLYDE HOUSE with which it merged
CN 21.07.1961 p10

CARLISLE AND BORDER ESTATE AGENTS Warwick Road
V.White Carlisle and its Villages p 22 Drawing of office in 1990

CARLISLE AND BORDERS SPRING SHOW
CN 08.05.1992 p23 Spring show pulls crowds
CN 09.05.1997 p12 (illus) The show season begins

CARLISLE AND COUNTY AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
Carlisle an illustrated history p74 Photo of society founded in 1885
CN 22.02.1985 p4 History
CN 19.04.1985 p4 First public exhibition

CARLISLE AND COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS see HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

CARLISLE AND COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 32 Fisher Street
CD 1920 Ad p124

CARLISLE AND CUMBERLAND ADVERTISER See ‘CARLISLE PATRIOT’

CARLISLE AND CUMBERLAND BANKING CO LTD English Street (Building Barclays Bank today); established 1835
See ‘Four centuries of banking’ pp 295-336 1A 332.1
Carlisle an illustrated history p 62 illus of five pounds note
CJ 13.02.1847 p2h Annual meeting
CJ 27.02.1847 p1e-f List of partners
1851 census Manager Benjamin Ward, aged 30, home address Fisher St
Carlisle Examiner 06.02.1858 p3d 21st annual meeting
CP 20.01.1871 p1b Notice for 34th AGM on 1st Feb
CJ 05.06.1874 Plan for new building on English Street passed
CJ 17.09.1875 Completion of the new building on English Street
CP 04.02.1887 Prospectus dated 03.06.1836; first report 30.06.1837
CN 26.07.1991 p4 City bank, one of UK’s strengths

CARLISLE AND CUMBERLAND DISTRICT BANK English St
CJ 13.07.1934 p8 CN 18.10.1947 p5 CN 21.07.1961 p10

CARLISLE AND CUMBERLAND FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
‘The Cumberland Floral and Horticultural Society, originally called the Carlisle Floral and Horticultural Society, seems to have begun holding exhibitions about 1832, prior to that the Carlisle Free Garneners Society (or Lodge) held regular meetings’ Cumbria Gardens Trust, Occasional Papers, vol 2 p24
Carlisle Examiner 30.05.1857 p3d Exhibition
Carlisle; Archival photographs p13 photo of opening of flower show

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT BANK see CARLISLE CITY AND DISTRICT BANK

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT CARE AND REPAIR
CN 24.08.1990 p3 Bid to cut old folks repair bills
CN 27.08.1993 p50 Ad
CN 13.04.2001 p6 (illus) Mayor unveils plaque to mark opening of new centre

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF TRADE 14 Lowther St
see also CARLISLE CHAMBER OF TRADE, CARLISLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CD 1920 Ad p5, 164b
CD 1924 Ad p278

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT CONSULTING ROOMS 30 London Rd
Dentist
CD 1902-03 Ad p284

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT FLORAL ART GROUP
CN 02.06.2000 p14 Top award at the Chelsea Flower Show

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT FOOTPATH PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION
See also Footpaths; Walks
Founded 1886
See M1045 p35 Rules and Reports for 1887 and 1889
CN 09.02.1973 p6

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT MOTOR SERVICES Lowther St
City Minutes 1929-30 p656 Licensed to operate buses

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT STATE MANAGEMENT SCHEME see STATE MANAGEMENT

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT TRADERS PROTECTION ASSOCIATION
CD 1931 Ad p244

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT TRANSPORT CLUB
CJ 24.04.1951 p2 report of talk on railway nationalisation

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT TRANSPORT COMPANY
Passenger Transport Nov. 1966 pp466-470 2BC 388

CARLISLE AND EAMONT BRIDGE TURNPIKE
Carlisle Examiner 01.02.1859 p2c,d,e,f Stormy meeting of Trustees
Carlisle Examiner 10.02.1859 p3a,b

CARLISLE AND NORTH OF ENGLAND TRAINED NURSES HOME
18-19 Warwick Square
CD 1913-14 Ad p10
Established at 18-19 Warwick Square in 1900. By 1927 the home was known as the North of England Nursing Home. The evidence of a birth certificate in 1929 giving this as place of birth suggests it was a maternity home at this time. By 1952 it had become Warwick Square Nursing Home, 19 Warwick Square, and it remained at this address until at least 1955-56

CARLISLE AND NORTH WESTERN COUNTIES SAVINGS BANK
CD 1924 Ad p108
CD 1927 Ad p126
CD 1931 Ad p64
CD 1934 Ad p52
CD 1937 Ad p44
CJ 29.01.1937 p8 Meeting
CN 17.09.1938 p17 Ad

CARLISLE AND NORTH WESTERN COUNTIES TRUSTEE SAVINGS BANK
Lowther St
see also TRUSTEES SAVINGS BANK
CD 1952 Ad page back iii
CD 1955-56 Ad inside back cover vi
CD 1961-62 Ad pxiv
CD 1966-68 Ad front inside cover

CARLISLE,ANNAN AND LIVERPOOL STEAM NAVIGATION CO
Advert in 1 BC 769 Acc no 7119

CARLISLE ARMS English Street; also called ‘Gaol Tap’, ‘Pineapple’; ‘Pine Apple’ the originl public house in this block, and can be traced back to at least 1847; the later City Arms was extened to include this earlier pub; 1858 alterations to the design of John Hodgson, with a pediment of carved city arms by John Kirkbride; closed September 1930 and demolished for road improvements
CIC p24 photo
Carlisle in old picture postcards view 21
S.Davidson Carlisle Breweries and Public Houses 1894 - 1916, pp82-3, 123,125,8
CN 07.08.1964 p6 (illus) CN 03.04.1970 p14 (illus) CN 17.04.1970 p16
CN 24.04.1970 p14 CN 25.05.1970 p12 CN 07.06.1991 p4 (illus)
1829 Directory p164 Eleanor Bowman
CJ 04.06.1858 Letter; alterations just completed; sculptured pediment to be made
1861 census Elizabeth Bell, aged 57, Innkeeper
City Minutes 1928-9 p16 Purchase of Carlisle Arms for £25,000 by 31.12.1929
CN 21.09.1990 p4 Pub that took its name from gaol

CARLISLE ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS
see also CARLISLE VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS
CJ 08.06.1934 Photo taken prior ot their reorganisation as a Territorial Force in 1908
CJ 03.08.1934 1876 band photo by Mr R.Little
CN 04.06.1976 p6 Illus Bandsmen
CN 21.05.1976 p6 Bandsmen

CARLISLE BED CENTRE
CN 30.10.1998 p7 Ad

CARLISLE BISCUIT COMPANY James St
CJ 04.08.1865 p4

CARLISLE BRASS Started by Robin Graham in 1985
CN 09.01.2004 p5 40 new jobs planned at Kingstown; p32 profile of R.Graham
CN 12.11.2004 p20 New office opened on Parkhill Rd
CN 15.09.2006 p6 Carlisle Brass sold for £48m; sold to Heywood Williams

CARLISLE BREAD AND FLOUR CO LTD
CD 1910-11 Ad p166
CD 1913-14 Ad pp169,184
26.05.1929 Fire causes £10,000 worth of damage

CARLISLE BRICK,TILE AND POTTERY WORKS NY 465 515
Kelly’s 1897 Cumberland Directory Ad p27 A29
Cumbrian Industrialist, Vol 3, 2000 p 52

CARLISLE BROS 66-68 Scotch St, St Albans Row
Clothing and house furnishers
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p219

CARLISLE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
see also BUSINESS INITIATIVES CARLISLE; ENTERPRISE CENTRE
CN 22.04.1994 p3 Agency gets new image

CARLISLE BUSINESS FORUM
CN 05.01.2001 p14 Plans to become a Cumbria Chamber of Comerce

CARLISLE BUSINESS SUPPLIES James Street
CN 03.03.2000 p17 Ad

CARLISLE CAMERA CLUB
CN 22.02.1985 p4 History

CARLISLE CARAVAN CENTRE
CN 08.09.1989 pp12-13

CARLISLE CARD
CN 30.10.1998 p19 Ad p19

CARLISLE CARES EXHIBITION
CN 15.04.1994 p12 City to put its services on show

CARLISLE CARNIVAL
CN 08.07.1994 p3 Carnival fever comes to town
CN 14.06.1996 p3 Carnival of the night
CN 21.06.1996 p4 Attracts 10,000
CN 18.07.2003 p9 12,000 at Bitts Park for Carlisle Carnival

CARLISLE CARRIAGE CO West Walls; Victoria Mews, Lonsdale St
CN 21.10.1960 p12
CP 26.02.1897 p5b Report of directors; providers of omnibus service for city
CP 11.03.1898 p5b Annual general meeting
Guide to Carlisle Ad C 178
CD 1893-94 Ad p128

‘CARLISLE CASTLE’ Tea clipper
CN 29.10.2004 p6 Built by R&H Green in 1868; sank 12.07.1899 [illus]

CARLISLE CATTLE SHOW
CP 17.02.1821 p1a Ad for 5th Carlisle Cattle Show; Carlisle Agricultural Society
CP 21.04.1821 p3e Report of Carlisle Cattle Show

CARLISLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Lowther St; Victoria Place
see also Carlisle Chamber of Trade and Commerce
Leading Trader of the City Ad p11 A616
CD 1937 Ad p248
CD 1940 Ad 138
CD 1952 Ad p208
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad pxxvii (also Carlisle and District Chamber of Trade)
CD 1955-56 Ad pxxxiv (also Carlisle and District Chamber of Trade)
CD 1961-62 Ad pxi (also Carlisle and District Chamber of Trade)
CD 1966-68 Ad px (also Carlisle and District Chamber of Trade)

CARLISLE CHAMBER OF TRADE AND COMMERCE Lowther St
CD 1927 Ad p280
CD 1931 Ad p276
CD 1934 Ad p186

CARLISLE CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY Formed 1904 and operated from 38 Scotch St; 1919 became known as Carlisle Council of Social Services
see also Carlisle Council of Social Services

CARLISLE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Group formed into a separate church in 1983
CN 17.11.2000 p6 Move to Charlotte Street church
CN 23.02.2001 p3 Bishop Dow to dedicate new church

CARLISLE CHRONICLE AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER 17.10.1807 - 1811
Carlisle Record Office’s bound edition of the Carlisle Journal for 1811 contains a single issue of the Carlisle Chronicle for 11.05.1811 bound in it[August 2008]
CN 27.11.1948 p3

CARLISLE CITY AND DISTRICT BANK 1836 -96; 11.08.1896 amalgamated with London and Midland Bank; new premises built 1849 on English Street, the present site of the HSBC Bank; new building designed by T.J.Fox of Carlisle
For earlier history see David Carrick
CN 11.10.1947 p3 CN 07.02.1964 p5 CN 01.11.1947 p5
CJ 16.02.1839 p3b Second AGM
CJ 13.02.1847 p2h 10th Annual meeting; p2a-b list of partners
CJ 21.12.1849 Building of premises on Bank Street/English Street corner
Carlisle Examiner 13.02.1858 p3d 21st Annual Meeting
Carlisle Examiner 10.02.1859 p3c Carlisle and District Bank 22nd AGM
Carlisle in Camera 1 p 20 Photo of bank in 1873
CJ 31.07.1896 Taken over by the London and Midland Bank
CJ 28.08.1896 Taken over by the London and Midland Bank

CARLISLE CITY BAND
CJ 28.10.1948 p1 portrait of conductor J.J.Ruddick

CARLISLE CITY COUNCIL see CITY COUNCIL

CARLISLE CITY FESTIVAL
CN 12.08.1994 p4 Set for take off

CARLISLE CITY FOOTBALL CLUB
CN 18.10.2002 p28 Proposed move to new ground at Garlands Hospital

CARLISLE CLOTHING CO 40 Scotch St; English St
Guide to Carlisle Ad C178
1882 Porters Directory Ad p64 40 Scotch Street
CD 1893-94 Ad p184
CD 1902-03 Ad p231

CARLISLE COCOA AND COFFEE HOUSE founded 1878
CN 26.08.1977 p4
CN 31.08.1990 p4 Catering for crowds
CN 16.01.2004 p6 Opened temperance cafes in Botchergate and Viaduct

CARLISLE COLLEGE see TECHNICAL COLLEGE

CARLISLE COMMUNICATIONS Viaduct Estate
CN 31.05.1996 p6 Ad
CN 16.08.1996 Ad supplement

CARLISLE COMMUNITY LAW CENTRE
CN 28.06.1991 p20 City free law centre is open

CARLISLE CONSERVATIVE NEWSPAPER CO see CARLISLE PATRIOT

CARLISLE COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SERVICE CARLISLE CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY formed 1904 and operated from 38 Scotch St; 1919 became known as Carlisle Council of Social Services [CCSS]; 1939 sets up Citizens Advice Bureau; 1944 CCSS moves to 27 Spencer Street; 1965 Tourist Information Centre established; 1974 CCSS changed name to Voluntary Action; 1979 changed name to Carlisle Council for Voluntary Service; 1982 Citizens Advice Bureau became independent organisation
CN 19.11.1976 p14 Voluntary Action Carlisle

CARLISLE COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE
See also Carlisle Council of Social Service
See also Volunteer Bureau
CN 27.11.1992 p24 Voluntary group cash crisis looms
CN 16.01.2004 p 14 Advertsing feature; celebrating 100 years

CARLISLE CROSS INN Fisher Street; in local directories 1847 - 1848

CARLISLE DALSTON AND DISTRICT MOTOR SERVICES
City Minutes 1926-7 p628 Licensed to operate bus service Town Hall to Dalston

CARLISLE DIOCESAN EDUCATION SOCIETY
Carlisle Examiner 02.08.1859 p2d

CARLISLE DIOCESAN HISTORY
CN 24.02.1945 p5

CARLISLE DIOCESAN HOUSING ASSOCIATION
CN 12.10.1990 p8 Ad

CARLISLE DIOCESAN SCHOOLMASTERS ASSOCIATION
Carlisle Examiner 08.12.1857 p3d Annual meeting

CARLISLE DIOCESAN TRAINING INSTITUTE
CN 04.11.1988 p17 Celebration for 10th anniversary

CARLISLE DIOCESE Diocese of Carlisle was founded by King Henry I in 1133
CN 10.11.1995 p17 Church called to account on how cash is spent

CARLISLE DISTRICT
CN 28.01.1994 p19 Councils clash over merger

CARLISLE EMBROIDERY
Run by Alan and Stuart Rogerson and set up 17 years ago [CN 22.08.2008 p15]

CARLISLE ENTERPRISE CENTRE Opened 25.02.1988
CN 19.02 1988 p8 This scheme will work
CN 26.02.1988 p15 An enterprising adventure

CALISLE ESSAYIST see REFLECTOR

CARLISLE EVENING COMMERCE SCHOOL
E.Nelson Around Carlisle p72 photo of typewriting class

CARLISLE EXAMINER AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER
Published from May 1857 to March 1870; merged to become the Carlisle Express and Examiner; first editor Washington Wilks [M.Smith Autobiography Vol 1 p204]
see M1044 The Democrat 05/1870 no 2 vol II pp22-23
CJ 04.06.1946 p2
Carlisle Examiner 25.05.1858 p3a,b First anniversary
CN 28.11.1969 p14 Incorporated with Carlisle Journal in 1913

CARLISLE EXPRESS Founded March 1861; merged in 1870 with the CARLISLE EXAMINER to form CARLISLE EXPRESS AND EXAMINER; merged with the Carlisle Journal in 1913
Carlisle Diocesan Directory 1872 Ad; details of price and editions
CD 1880 Ad pix
CD 1884-85 Ad p275
Cuide to Carlisle C178 Ad

CARLISLE FEMALE VISITING SOCIETY
CN 29.01.1993 p4 Elderly had to be elected for visits

CARLISLE FIRELIGHTER CO LTD Eden Vale Works, Canal Bank; South Henry St
CD 1920 Ad p44
CD 1924 Ad p274

CARLISLE FLOWER SHOW
CJ 19.08.1938 p6
CN 26.08.1988 p25 Blooming despite weather

CARLISLE FREE GARDENERS SOCIETY The Cumberland Floral and Horticultural Society, originally called the Carlisle Floral and Horticultural Society, seems to have begun holding exhibitions about 1832, prior to that the Carlisle Free Garneners Society (or Lodge) held regular meetings’ Cumbria Gardens Trust, Occasional Papers, vol 2 p24

CARLISLE FUNERAL SERVICES
CN 17.07.1987 p8 Ad

CARLISLE GLASS
CN 04.08.2006 p 16 Founded in 1972 by George and John Pattison and Dennis Longrigg; operates 4 divisions; Longhorn Hardware, Crown Windows and Joinery, Wapping Property Ltd and Leisure Scene Northern Ltd. £10m turnover and employs 300 people across the group; move to new base in Denton Holme
CN 30.11.2007 p20 4 female directors
CN 19.09.2008 p7 Changes name to Longhorn

CARLISLE GOLF CENTRE
CN 23.03.1990 p8 Ad

CARLISLE GROCERS UNION SHIPPING CO flourished 1824-34
CN 02.09.1966 p10

CARLISLE GYMNASTICS CLUB
CN 18.04.1997 p5 Uncertain future

CARLISLE HANDICRAFTS LTD 48 Scotch St
CD 1966-68 Ad p262

CARLISLE HEARING CENTRE Infirmary St
CN 04.09.1998 p12 Ad

CARLISLE HERALD Newspaper
CN 27.11.1948 p3

CARLISLE HOCKEY CLUB
CN 11.03.1994 p22 The hockey team always an hour from home
CN 16.09.2005 p25 Photo of Carlisle Ladies Hockey Team

CARLISLE HOUSE, London Road
CN 20.12.1974 p6

CARLISLE HOUSE OF RECOVERY AND FEVER HOSPITAL see HOUSE OF RECOVERY

CARLISLE HOUSING ASSOCIATION Responsible for ex-council houses since 2002
see also Council Housing
CN 24.11.2000 p3 Future of council homes put to vote; complete sell off of stock
CN 22.06.2001 p13 Letter; transfer of housing stock to housing association fears
CN 24.08.2001 p1 Ballot of council homes over sell off
CN 31.08.2001 p1 Problems with transfer of council houses to Liverpool charity
CN 12.10.2001 p6 Campaign against sell of of city’s 7,700 council houses
CN 07.12.2001 p Riverside Housing Assn criticised; proposed take over group
CN 21.12.2001 p13 Letter in support of the Riverside grou
CN 05.07.2002 p13 Two letters against take over of council houses by Riverside
CN 26.07.2002 p13 Sale of council houes not a giveaway; letter
CN 23.08.2002 p1 214 majority for sell off; leaflet unfair campaign; opinion p12
CN 20.08.2004 p1 Sale of council houses fuels husing crisis
CN 05.03.2004 p9 New offices for 115 employees in Botchergate
CN 16.09.2005 p13 Letters concerning; formed 3 years ago
CN 16.09.2005 p5 Plans to knock down four-in-block one bedroom flats by CHA
CN 23.09.2005 p13 Letter concerning CHA rent rises since 2002
CN 23.09.2005 p13 Letter 12 years of misery caused by unsocial behaviour
CN 07.10.2005 p13 Letters; homes must be brought up to standard
CN 07.10.2005 p2 Homes earmarked for demolition would sell as starter homes

CARLISLE HUMANE SOCIETY Founded 22.06.1830; ceased circa 1846
See minute book in Jackson Library
CJ 13.07.1839 p2e Ad
CN 31.12.1964 p8

CARLISLE IN CAMERA
CN 03.11.1989 p17 (illus) Camera brings old Carlisle to life again

CARLISLE JOURNAL Newspapers 27.10.1798 Francis Jollie issued the first number of the Carlisle Journal at his Scotch St office; Jollie had 3 sons, Francis junior, James and Jeremiah; in 1819 the name of Francis Jollie junior and James Jollie superseded that of their father in the imprint of the Carlisle Journal and Jeremiah became the editor; In 1826 Francis Jollie junior died and the business was carried out by his widow, Margaret Jollie and by James Jollie, until November 1828, when the name of James Jollie disappears from the imprints of the paper and that of Margaret Jollie appears alone until 17.09.1831, when the firm became Margaret Jollie and James Steel. On 17.09.1836 James Steel became the sole proprietor and moved the paper to new premises in Peascod’s Lane. At this time or a little before, the bookselling and general printing business was separated from the newspaper and sold to S.Jefferson [CWAAS OS Vol 14 pp18-9]; Died January 1904 William Steel joint proprietor with his late brother James Steel, who died October 1900 [CWAAS NS Vol 4 p361]
First edition 27.10.1798; merged with Cumberland News 30.08.1968
Guide to Carlisle C178 Ad
CD 1880 Ad pviii
CD 1884-85 Ad p274
CD 1902-03 Ad p173
CD 1905-06 Ad p170
CD 1907-08 Ad p130
CD 1910-11 Ad p72
CD 1913-14 Ad p80
CD 1920 Ad p36
CD 1924 Ad p220
CD 1927 Ad p108
CD 1931 Ad p258
CD 1934 Ad back page ii
CD 1937 Ad p172; back page ii
CD 1940 Ad p108
CD 1966-68 Ad colour supplement
CJ 04.11.1826 p3d Death of owner and publisher of Journal F.Jollie
CJ 17.09.1836 pp 2,3 Margaret Jollie and James Steel, publishers of Carlisle Journal; partnership dissolved by mutual consent
1851 Ward’s Northern Directory; ad p 21 Circ. 3,200; editor and prop. James Steel
CJ 28.10.1898 Centenary Supplement
01.01.1904 James Steel editor died
CJ 05.01.1932 p4 Editor, James Steel, resigns; new editor to be Ernest Williams
CJ 20.08.1937 p6 The ’new’ Carlisle Journal
CJ 03.09.1937 p1 Revised format
CJ 03.09.1937 p8 The ‘new’ Carlisle Journal
CJ 31.10.1958 pp1,16 CJ 24.11.1959 p1 CJ 23.09.1966 p3
CJ 29.10.1948 pp1,5 150th birthday and history
CJ 15.07.1960 p6 (illus) Move to West Walls site
CJ 29.07.1960 pp1,2,4 (illus) History
CJ 01.10.1965 pp19-22 In colour
Cumbria March 1966 pp550-553
ENS 25.02.1967 p1 Fire
CJ 03.03.1967 p3 (illus) Fire
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p174 photo of after 1967 fire
CJ 10.03.1967 p9 (illus) Fire
CJ 23.08.1968 p1 Ceasing publication
CN 01.04.1988 p4 Paper with long history
CN 04.02.2000 p12 When Thackeray refused a Carlisle editorship
CN 02.08.2007 p13 Letter recalling last years of newspapers and some famous journalists who worked on the Journal

CARLISLE KESTRELS American football
CN 08.05.1987 p16

CARLISLE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING LTD Warwick Rd
CD 1966-68 Ad p263

CARLISLE LEISURE LIMITED Charitable trust
CN 02.08.2002 p7 Trust to run Sands, Pools and Stonyholme Golf
CN 01.11.2002 p3 Councillors approve transfer of facilities to trust

CARLISLE LIONS
CN 14.04.1989 p17 Lions plan a jubilee expansion
CN 14.04.2000 p17 Closure threat
CN 23.04.2004 p15 To reform after closure in March 2003; formed 1964
CN 17.12.2004 p15 Hopes to reform

CARLISLE LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY founded Feb 1835
see L60, M 1302, M 196 sale of collection in 1872
CJ 16.01.1836
CJ 30.01.1836 Notice of meeting
CJ 09.12.1837 Rev Ford gave paper
CJ 10.11.1891 ‘Lit and Phil founded in 1835...’
CJ 09.01.1917 History of museum
CN 09.04.1999 p13 Fight to preserve city’s heritage

CARLISLE LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY
CP 21.01.1898 p6f Lecture by Archdeacon Diggle

CARLISLE MALE VOICE CHOIR
CN 10.08.1990 p4 Magnificent response on choirs

CARLISLE MILITIAMEN see HADRIAN’S CAMP

CARLISLE MITSUBISHI
CN 09.07.1993 p15 Ad
CN 24.06.1994 p9 Ad

CARLISLE MOTOR COMPANY Taxis
CN 13.07.1962 p12

CARLISLE MOUNTAINEERING CLUB
Cumbria April 1977 pp34- Kishtwar Expedition
CN 29.07.1977 pp6-7 (illus) Kishtwar Expedition

CARLISLE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY Founded as Carlisle Entomological Society 30.11.1893
Transactions of the Carlisle Natural History Society, Vol 5, 1933 History of society
D.A.Ratcliffe In search of nature pp16-22 memories of society in 1940s
Carlisle Naturalist Vol 13 No 1, 2005 pp16-17 memories of society

CARLISLE NEW BREWERY CO Shaddongate see NEW BREWERY

CARLISLE OBSERVER
Carlisle Examiner 08.08.1857 p3b

CARLISLE OFFICE SERVICES
CN 17.01.1992 p8 Ad

CARLISLE OLD BANK, Castle Street see FORSTERS BANK

CARLISLE OLD BREWERY Bridge St; founded 1756 by Sir Richard Hodgson; on Caldegate site from at least 1791 [Hutchinson map]; taken over by State Management in 1916; bought by Theakston in 1974; closed 1987
S.Davidson Carlisle Breweries and Public Houses 1894-1916, 2004 pp7-12
12.06.1899 Workman drowned in a tun of porter
CN 13.07.1962 p12 Stone bottle proclaims date of establishment 1756
CD 1884-85 Ad pviii
CD 1902-03 Ad p281
CD 1905-06 Ad p95
ENS 13.10.1987 Production transferred to Workington Brewery
CN 02.11.2007 p 34 D.Perriam. Sir Richard Hodgson died in 1806

CARLISLE OTTER HUNT Started 1863
CJ 19.04.1963 p10 CN 19.03.1965 p12 (illus)

CARLISLE PARLIAMENT see PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING SOCIETY

CARLISLE PATRIOT First issue 03.06.1815; 1st editor Robert Perring; 1829 Mr Mackenzie succeeded followed by; also 1829 T.Ramsay; Henry Brooke retired 1838; Mr Ross; 1847 Mr Perring returned with his son; 1865 paper offered for sale and the Carlisle Conservative Newspaper Co purchased the copyright from the Perrings; 1868 John Burgess appointed editor, he died in 1903 having been editor for 35 years; he was succeeded by his son Robert Nelson Burgess; 1910 amalgamated with East Cumberland News and became Cumberland News English St
see also Cumberland News
Guide to Carlisle Ad C178
CD 1880 Ad pix
CD 1884-85 Ad p273
CD 1902-03 Ad p177
CD 1905-06 Ad p8
CD 1907-08 Ad p6
CD 1910-11 Ad p6
CN 03.06.1977 p6 First issue
CN 15.04.1988 p4 Paper born at the time of Waterloo
CN 26.01.1990 p4 Celebrating birth of city chronicle
CN 01.06.1990 175th anniversary supplement
CN 01.06.1990 p10 A history to be proud of
CN 04.02.2000 p12 When Thackeray refused Carlisle editorship

CARLISLE PEOPLE FIRST
CN 08.09.2000 p16 (illus) Action group celebrates 10 great years
CN 27.02.2004 p8 Move to Kingmoor Business Park

CARLISLE PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
CN 12.04 1985 p4 (illus) First outdoor meeting, Gelt Wood,1885
CN 19.04.1985 p4 (illus) First public exhibition 1885

CARLISLE PLASTER AND CEMENT CO
CN 25.04.1953 p6
CD 1952 Ad p354
CN Review of trade and industry 19.12.1953 p4
CN Industrial Supplement 14.04.1960 p13

CARLISLE POTTERY St Nicholas
CN 20.05.1950 p4 CN 27.05.1950 p4 CN 24.06.1950 p4 CN 26.09.1953 p6
CP 29.07.1854 p1 Thos Nanson established Carlisle Pottery; brown earthenware
1861 census placename The Potteries, area of Harraby Hill Workhouse; 2 potters
CN 12.08.1950 p4 Pottery Mission School prize
CN 30.04.1971 p14 At Currock
CN 21.11.2003 p8 Engraving of works; ceased production by 1861

CARLISLE PREPARATORY SCHOOL Northumberland Rd; Victoria Place
CD 1910-11 Ad p102
CD 1920 Ad p12
CD 1924 Ad p104
CD 1927 p114 Ad
1928 Carlisle Pageant Souvenir Brochure; ad Head David Stainer
CD 1931 Ad p304
CD 1927 Ad p114
E.Nelson Around Carlisle p75 school photo
CJ 13.07.1934 p6 Closing down

CARLISLE PRESERVATION SOCIETY
see also LANES
CN 27.05.1977 p15
CN 19.09.2008 p13 Letter telling of the influence of society in 1960s
CN 17.10.2008 p13 Letter concerning the CPS and lanes development
CN 24.10.2008 p13 Letter concerning the Lanes develoment and the role of the CPS

CARLISLE RADIO MODEL CAR CLUB
CN 10.08.2001 p7 Model fans get their own race track after 25 years

CARLISLE ROTARY CLUB
CN 04.10.1996 p6 Sky high hunt for books

CARLISLE RUBBER COMPNAY Devonshire St
CJ 01.03.1889 p5 Peter Cruikshank owner; bankrupcy
CJ 05.03.1889 p1 Ad sale of stock

CARLISLE RUBBER COMPANY Lowther St; Bank St; Globe Lane
Waterproofs
The Lanes Remembered p19 photo of collapsed shop in Lanes on 10.09.1901
CD 1902-03 Ad p262
CD 1905-06 Ad p18
CD 1907-08 Ad p141
CD 1910-11 Ad p16
CD 1913-14 Ad p16
CD 1920 Ad p68
CD 1924 Ad p48
CD 1927 Ad p42
CD 1931 Ad p80
CD 1934 Ad p100 Established 1896
CD 1937 Ad p80
CD 1940 Ad p44
CD 1952 Ad p397
CD 1955-56 Ad p291
CD 1966-68 Ad p299

CARLISLE SAVINGS BANK Opened 07.02.1818 Fisher St
Leading Trader of the City A 616 p4 Ad
CD 1884-85 Ad p280
CD 1893-94 Ad p66
CD 1905-06 Ad 130
CD 1907-08 Ad p204
CD 1910-11 Ad p192
CJ 24.01.1818 p1a Ad concerning proposal to establish a savings bank in city
CJ 31.01.1818 p2 c,d p3c,d What resolved and report of meeting
CJ 07.02.1818 p2e Savings bank list of subscribers
CJ 14.02.1818 p1b Savings bank
CJ 26.01.1822 p3b Auditors report
CJ 26.01.1839 p2c,d Statement for year ending
CP 21.09.1839 New building in Fisher St
Carlisle in camera 1 p54 photo of their 1839 building on Fisher St

CARLISLE SCAFFOLDING
CN 04.09.1987 p12 Ad

CARLISLE SHOTBLAST
CN 28.03.1991 p8 Ad

CARLISLE SICK POOR FUND Established in 1782 by Dr Heysham ‘ and was called the Carlisle Dispensary’ [CN 28.05.2004 p4]
see DISPENSARY
CN 28.05.2004 p4 Dr Honermann steps down after 41 years

CARLISLE SKI CLUB
CN 17.06.1994 p4 Club wants bigger piste of the action

CARLISLE SOUTH END COOPERATIVE SOCIETY Botchergate
see also COOP
Leading Trader of the City pp 38,39 Ad A616
CD 1902-03 Ad p175
CD 1907-08 Ad p12
CD 1910-11 Ad p118
CD 1913-14 Ad p104
CD 1924 Ad p200
CD 1937 Ad p190
CD 1940 Ad p44
CD 1952 Ad p306

CARLISLE SPECIAL CONSTABULARY ASSOCIATION
CJ 11.03.1947 p1 Formed

CARLISLE SQUARE off Blackfriars St. So named on Askews Survey of 1853
Carlisle; Archival photographs p19 photo of square
City Minutes 1930-31 p618 Nos 11 and 12 declared unfit for human habitation
CN 20.12.1963 p8 (illus) CN 25.06.1976 p6 (illus)

CARLISLE STEAM LAUNDRY Warwick Road; original building of 1892
CRO Ca E/4 14265 ground plan of new buildings dated 02.03.1892
North Cumberland Reformer 07.01.1892 p6 New Year festivities at Raven Nook Steam Laundry
CJ 08.04.1892 p8 Tenders to erect Carlisle Steam Laundry
Leading Trader of the City pp34-35 Ad A 616
Carlisle the Archive Photographs p80-81 Three photos
CJ 03.03.1893 p5 Started at Raven Nook Mills a few years ago; just erected to designs of T.Taylor Scott, James Beaty builder
Adddition to laundry CRO Ca 4/ 14348 Plans of 1902 additions
CD 1902-03 Ad p4
Aditions to laundry CRO Ca 4/ 14410 Plans of 1905 additions
CD 1905-06 Ad p129
CD 1907-08 Ad p135
CD 1910-11 Ad p142
CJ 18.11.1913 p8 Started in old mill at Raven Nook; 3 columns 2 photos
CD 1913-14 Ad p160
CD 1920 Ad p232
CD 1924 Ad p194
CD 1927 Ad p218
CD 1931 Ad p218
CD 1934 Ad p206
CD 1937 Ad p214
CD 1952 Ad front cover
CN 17.09.1938 p17 Ad
1967 1:2500 Ordnance Survey sheet still marks the Laundry on this site

CARLISLE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY Established 24.11.1768; foundation stone of new building on corner of English St and Devonshire St laid on 28.05.1830; architects Messrs Rickman and Hutchinson; builder W.Gate; moved into new premises on corner of English Street/ Devonshhire Street in 1831; amalgamated with public library in 1896
CIC p22 Photo
CAIH p76 Engraving of exterior
CP 20.03.1819 p4b-d General meeting of sudscribers
New Guide to Carlisle 1821 pp53-55; situated in Castle St; early history
City Minutes 1895-96 p92 Condition of transfer of Devonshire St Library
CP 17.01.1896 Library sold to Mr Dand, the saddler, for £4,550
CN 02.09.1966 p10
CN 07.02.1969 p1 To be demolished

CARLISLE SURGICAL HOUSE Paternoster Row, Victoria Viaduct
Surgical appliance makers
CD 1952 Ad p378

CARLISLE SWORD, MORRIS AND CLOG DANCERS see MORRIS DANCERS

CARLISLE TELECOM formerly Carlisle Communications
CN 06.06.1997 p16 Ad

CARLISLE TRAILER CENTRE, Shaddongate
CN 23.01.2009 p3 Bought by Brian and Jonathan Monkhouse

CARLISLE ‘TUNE’
CN 08.10.1965 p12

CARLISLE 2000
see also Millennium Fund
CN 24.08.1990 p9 Guiding city to greener future
CN 18.01.1991 p17 Cash cuts rejected
CN 17.01.1992 p7 Parishes call for share of cash
CN 23.09.1994 p7 Skys the limit
CN 13.10.1995 p10 Carlisle 2000 - the dream takes shape
CN 16.02.1996 p13 Carlisle towards the Millennium
CN 14.06.1996 p1 Council moves towards 2000
CN 26.07.1996 p5 Carlisle business pledge £200,000
CN 08.11.1996 p1 (illus) Cumbria’s Millennium millions
CN 19.09.1997 p1 Hundreds of jobs on way in city shops plan

CARLISLE UNION BANK
CJ 25.07.1801 p3d Above bank opened by Messrs King, Rochfort, Rogers and Co

CARLISLE UNION BUILDING SOCIETY
CJ 22.04.1826 Second avviversary dinner

CARLISLE UNITED Changed name to Carlisle United from Shaddongate United in 1904[CP 20.05.1904]; same year moved to new pitch at Devonshire Park; moved to Brunton Park 1909
see Paul Harrison Lads in Blue; complete history of Carlisle United, 1995
see also Brunton Park
29.04.1905 V Glasgow Rangers;18.05.1904 Change of name to Carlisle United;
20.07.1904 Objection to name change
CJ 03.09.1909 p7 1st game at Brunton Park
CJ 06.01.1950 p1 Carlisle United FC history
CJ 15.04.1938 p14 United’s new manager David Taylor
CJ 13.03.1953 p7 etc Main stand burnt down
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p 88 Photo of burnt down stand; 11.03.1953
CN 14.03.1953 Main stand burnt down
ENS 04.05.1960 p1 New manager Ivor Powell
ENS 31.08.1963 p1 Players in London Road crash
ENS 24.09.1964 Supplement
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p184 photo of George Twinkletoes Baxter
ENS 15.08.1970 p1 Petition against juvenile enclosure ‘pen’
ENS 29.08.1970 p1 Behaviour code for United fans
CN 02.08.1974 p1 Division 1 for the first time, team photo
CN 27.05.1975 p17 Dick Young
CN 20.05.1977 p16 Division 3
ENS 11.08.1977 p1 (illus) Dick Young says a fond farewell
CN 06.01.1978 p8 Cup ties played
CN 10.03.1978 p4 (illus)
CN 19.06.1978 p11 (illus) United unveil their new money spinner
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p184 Photo of Peter Beardsley 08/1979
CN 16.10.1987 p4 Puzzle over launch of Carlisle United
CN 23.10.1987 p4 The United puzzle
CN 06.11.1987 p4 How Carlisle United came into being
CN 22.01.1988 p4 How Carlisle United really started
CN 05.02.1988 p4 Last word on United
CN 12.02.1988 p4 Soccer memories
CN 01.07.1988 p21 Alf turns back the clock - Football League debut 1928
CN 19.08.1988 p6 Old stars celebrate United’s 60 years
CN 13.01.1989 p8 It was all great but I’ll never forget Beardsley’s gesture
CN 21.04.1989 p16 Blues - top of the league for entertainment
CN 08.09.1989 p1 I would sell Brunton Park
CN 29.12.1989 p15 For United mainly gloom and doom
CN 19.01.1990 p3 Family foxes Arthur with weather vanes
CN 16.02.1990 p10 Fans-tastic
CN 25.01.1991 p13 City soccer club loss
CN 15.03.1991 p1 United boss bombshell
CN 14.06.1991 p3 Price rise
CN 27.03.1992 p1 Cash crisis United put up for sale
CN 24.04.1992 p1 United banners gets the boot
CN 24.04.1992 p10 It’s time to bend the rules
CN 22.05.1992 p1 United fanfare
CN 14.08.1992 p12 Just part of the winning team
CN 09.07.1993 p1 Dvaid McCreary signs up for United
CN 19.11.1993 p1 Police ready for soccer invasion
CN 26.11.1993 p1 Soccer spies beat thugs
CN 21.01.1994 p12 A sense of pride
CN 28.01.1994 p9 Fans salute Sir Matt
CN 11.03.1994 p1 Knighton asks fans to give £425
CN 11.03.1994 p10 Comment
CN 24.06.1994 p14 United boss bans hooligans for life
CN 08.07.1994 p3 Court goes easy on steward who kicked United play off invader
CN 22.07.1994 p8 Carlisle United cash turn around
CN 26.08.1994 p5 United order fox
CN 19.08.1994 Supplement
CN 16.09.1994 p5 United names banned fans
CN 04.11.1994 p1 Knighton dream plan for national soccer museum
CN 18.11.1994 p3 Darlington board ‘stirring trouble’
CN 18.11.1994 p10 Comment
CN 25.11.1994 p3 United’s museum goal faces a late equaliser
CN 02.12.1994 pp1,10 United’s success puts Carlisle back on map
CN 30.12.1994 p2 Fans out in cold
CN 06.01.1995 p1 United’s Blue Army on FA Cup march
CN 13.01.1995 p1 United’s fans get the needle
CN 13.01.1995 p5 United’s glory team set to return
CN 13.01.1995 p16 I’m to blame over tickets
CN 13.01.1995 p16 Residents parking plea
CN 10.03.1995 p10 Mr Knighton’s bold gamble
CN 17.03.1995 p1 Knighton hopes for record crowds
CN 24.03.1995 p1 No Wembley blues
CN 24.03.1995 p5 A dying trade
CN 31.03.1995 pp1,10 United fans in £2m spending spree
CN 07.04.1995 p4 Churches get the blues
CN 21.04.1995 p1 No Monday welcome for Wembley heroes
CN 21.04.1995 p4 Wembley survival guide
CN 28.04.1995 p1 Give Knighton freedom of city
CN 28.04.1995 pp6,7 Wembley picture special
CN 14.04.1995 p1 Fever pitch
CN 05.05.1995 pp1,10 Eddie Stobart battles for sponsorship deal
CN 12.05.1995 p1 Fans (and sponsor) pay more to United
CN 19.05.1995 p1 United catch of the day (wedding)
CN 19.05.1995 p1 Fans baulk at £54 hike in ticket price
CN 16.06.1995 p1 Deadline for new stand extended
CN 07.07.1995 pp1,10 It’s farewell to deckchair strip after just one season
CN 01.09.1995 p1 (illus) We’ll get better predicts Knighton
CN 01.09.1995 p1 United in Wales
CN 29.09.1995 p1 Paper folds after 5 issues
CN 10.11 1995 pp1,10 Security tight for needle match
CN 24.11.1995 p1 Knighton woos millionaires
CN 01.12.1995 p1 United’s £5 m share plan
CN 15.12.1995 p1 Knighton drops alarming plan
CN 22.12.1995 p1 Legal snags delay plan for school
CN 19.01.1996 pp1,10 For sale to fans, just £7 a week
CN 26.01.1996 p1 Knighton unveils next stop in United co-op plan
CN 26.01.1996 pp18,19 Ad.
CN 02.02.1996 p1 Just 70 fans form co-op
CN 16.02.1996 p1 Knighton warns I’ll sell players
CN 23.02.1996 p1 Knighton wins shareholders support
CN 29.03.1996 p1 United in tickets probe
CN 03.05.1996 p1 Knighton tells fans I’ve let you down
CN 10.08.1996 pp1,10 United left to count the cost
CN 17.05.1996 p1 Mystery over Knighton’s museum
ENS 05.08.1996 p1 Bertoletti signs on at Foxy’s the United restaurant
CN 23.08.1996 p1 Pirelli cash for United
CN 01.11.1996 p1 Doubts casts as Knighton schemes go to the planners
CN 22.11.1996 p1 Expert backs Carlisle United stocks issue
CN 22.11.1996 p10 (illus) Would a share issue help keep the Blues afloat
CN 20.12.1996 p4 Knighton seeks finance chief
CN 17.01.1997 p1 FA Cup fever as 16,000 stand by for United game
CN 17.01.1997 p5 Gummer to decide
CN 24.01.1997 p1 (illus) Match of the day for grandson Michael
CN 24.01.1997 p13 United we stand
CN 31.01.1997 p22 You’ll never walk alone if you were up for the cup...
Cumbria LIfe Jan/Feb 1997 issue 50 pp8-9, 2A 9
CN 21.02.1997 p1 United take a bow on satellite TV
CN 21.02.1997 p3 The Carlisle United game reaching for the Sky
CN 28.03.1997 p1 Mayor plans soccer heroes party
CN 11.04.1997 p1 United fans ‘faced a second Hillsborough’
CN 25.04.1997 p1 We came, we saw, we went bonkers
CN 25.04.1997 pp10,11 This sporting life
CN 02.05.1997 p1 Prepare to cheer as your Wembley heroes tour city
Cumbria LIfe May/June 1997 issue 52 pp 21-25 2A 9
CN 18.07.1997 p1 (illus) Knighton vows: I’ll be back one day
CN 25.07.1997 p1 Blues lift the wraps on the new home strip
CN 01.08.1997 p1 Traffic threat to United kick-off
CN 15.08.1997 p1 United pegs cost of new home strip
CN 12.09.1997 p1 (illus) Big guns target United hot seat
CN 26.09.1997 p1 4,000 tickets still left for United - Spurs
CN 26.09.1997 p9 Brunton babes help kick off junior club’s new-look rooms
Cumbria Life March/April 1998 issue 57 Hughie McIlmoyle pp9-13 2A 9
Cumbria LIfe May/June 1998 issue 58 pp 4-8 Chris Balderstone 2A 9
CN 08.05.1998 p12 John Burnett comment column
CN 22.05.1998 p1 Fans banned
CN 04.09.1998 p1 I’ve broken company law says Knighton
CN 18.12.1998 p25 Soccer’s ...clues
Cumbria LIfe March/April 1999 issue no 63 Rory Delap pp44-45 2A 9
CN 23.04.1999 p10 When Saturday comes
CN 07.05.1999 p1 (illus) Knighton refused police protection
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p100 Photo of Jimmy Glass goal 08.05.1999
CN 14.05.1999 p1 (illus) Shirt and gloves of Jimmy Glass
CN 21.05.1999 p1 (illus) Amazing Jimmy Glass show
CN 07.04.2000 p1 Gatemen sacked over turnstile scam
CN 05.05.2000 p1 Peter Beardsley gets behind United
CN 19.05.2000 p5 United faces accounts fine
CN 22.09.2000 p1 Son of Knighton takes over
CN 10.11.2000 p1 £2m United rescue package - but Knighton must sell today
CN 17.11.2000 p3 Knighton bid to oust Blues board
CN 24.11.2000 p1 Knighton misses own deadline; deal not done
CN 01.12.2000 p1 Lawyers hold key to buy out says Knighton
CN 15.12.2000 p1 Cup ticket rush - v Arsenal
CN 29.12.2000 p1 Take over consortium headed by businessman Steve Brown
CN 05.01.20001 p1 Preview of Carlisle v Arsenal cup game on 6th January
CN 05.01.2001 p22 Take over of carlisle United by Gibralter based company
CN 05.01.2001 p20 Knighton; from hero to zero
CN 12.01.2001 pp1,24 Stephen Brown; the man who took Carlisle for a ride
CN 12.02.2001 pp1,12 Revealed, the 4 men behind Carlisle; nominee owners
CN 19.01.2001 pp1,24 Consultant, David Low, talks about Stephen Brown fiasco
CN 26.01.2001 p1 City MP wants investigation of mystery buyer
CN 09.02.2001 p24 Mamcarrs take over needs Football League approval
CN 16.02.2001 pp1, 24 Knighton still owns Carlisle United
CN 04.05.2001 p1 Knighton in takeover talks with Mileson
CN 18.05.2001 pp1,19 Carlisle United made a loss of £760,000 in 1999 - 2000
CN 18.05.2001 p13 Letter; Carlisle and Cumbria United Indep. Supporters Trust
CN 01.06.2001 p18 Trust fund hits £120,000; aim to have supporter on Board
CN 15.06.2001 p12 Fans deserve better - editorial
CN 22.06.2001 p12 Feature on Michael Knighton
CN 13.07.2001 p1 Minister of Sports to ask FA to investigate crisis ridden club
CN 13.07.2001 p12 Editorial urging Knighton to sell
CN 13.07.2001 p26 Worst 8 days in club’s history; manager goes
CN 13.07.2001 p2 Fans trust asks city council to buy Carlisle United
CN 20.07.2001 p1 MP Martlew tells Commmons of United’s plight
CN 20.07.2001 p12 Feature: fan writes about his love for his club
CN 14.12.2001 p1 Carlisle United make a profit to year June 2001
CN 25.01.2002 pp1,12,28 Why I’m buying Carlisle United by John Courtenay
CN 22.02.2002 p29 Courtenay will take over in 3 days
CN 22.03.2002 p28 Another deadline slips by in takeover saga
CN 12.04.2002 p1 Protest before game; Courtney still not taken over club
CN 26.04.2002 p1 Kinighton threatens to withdraw team from League
Independent 27.04.2002 p7 Fans fury at Knighton’s threat to close United; feature
CN 24.05.2002 p1 Inland Revenue wind up petition goes to high Court
CN 31.05.2002 p1 United wages unpaid as bank ‘freezes account’
ENS 11.06.2002 p1 United call in administrators
CN 19.07.2002 pp1,12,26 Administrators tell Courtnay ‘Let’s see your money’
CN 02.08.2002 pp23,24 Courtnay buys United;creditors meeting today to confirm
CN 09.08.2002 p1 Courtnay signs final papers
CN 01.11.2002 p1 Carlisle examine moves from Brunton Park
CN 01.11.2002 p4 Feature on assistant groundsman Norman Potts
CN 03.01.2003 p3 United put Spar shop up for sale
CN 04.04.2003 p1 Carlisle United at Cardiff Millennium stadium tomorrow for final
CN 18.04.2003 p6 Feature on Paul Bell who is to become general manager
CN 09.05.2003 p3 Three city businessmen join board
CN 30.05.2003 p1 Club still owes £400,000; club 20 minutes from being wound up
01.05.2004 Carlisle relegated out of the Football League
CN 16.07.2004 p1 Carlisle United bought by Fred Story, local businessman
14.05.2005 United wins playoff game against Stevenage to get League status
CN 20.05.2005 p13 Letters from Carlisle United Trust explaining its purpose
CN 18.11.2005 p1 Who own United; Trust and Story battle it out at High Court
CN 25.11.2005 p1 High Court action in London
CN 31.03.2006 p1 13,000 go to Cardiff for Football League Trophy
CN 26.05.2006 p1 Shares dispute with supporters’ trust settled
CN 04.07.2008 p1 Story sells to David Allen and 3 other businessmen

CARLISLE VETERANS ASSOCIATION
CN 14.10.1988 p 14 Veterans celebrate 50 years

CARLISLE VOCAL ASSOCIATION
CJ 28.10.1864 p4
CJ 09.02.1864 p2 First concert

CARLISLE VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS Established 15.02.1860 ;
see 1 F VOL Rifle contest poem
see also Carlisle Artillery Volunteers
CAIH p61 The Volunteers
Round Carlisle Cross Vol 8 pp42-43 Description of first uniform
CN 03.03.1967 p12 (illus)
Carlisle Examiner 22.11.1859 p2c Rifle Corps for Carlisle
Carlisle Examiner 03.12.1859 p2c To be established
CJ 17.12.1859 Permission for formation
CJ 27.12.1859 Officers elected
CJ 20.01.1860
CJ 13.01.1860 Firing range at the ‘Mains’
CJ 13.01.1860 Used Coffee House Assembly rooms; roll upwards of 100
CJ 21.02.1860 2nd Company Carlisle VRC
Easter Monday 1860 March to Gosling Syke; first donned uniform
CP 19.08.1881 p4 The Royal review
CP 26.08.1881 p4 In ‘Notes’
CP 26.08.1881 p5 Royal review at Edinburgh
CP 02.09.1881 p3 The Edinburgh review
CJ 29.05.1894 Obit of S.J.Binning connected with volunteers 1860 - 1890
CP 21.01.1898 p3d Carlisle Rifle Volunteer Ball
CN 08.09.1928 p9 In the 1860s
CN 27.08.1999 p9 Last reminder of proud volunteers