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The development, off New Bridge Road, is expected to create 40 to 45 jobs in an equivalent of 25 full-time positions.
The 568 square-metre building would be built on almost an acre of greenfield land.
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Planning consultants for the firm had been actively seeking a site in Workington for some time.
The existing Cumbrian Coastal Path route, which follows the perimeter of the site, would be retained.
Manager’s accommodation is included in the plan, along with outdoor seating for up to 50 people, 53 parking spaces and a cycle rack.
He was the team manager of the 1958 Great Britain tour to Australia, which was, at the same time, the most controversial and the most successful the Lions have ever undertaken.A Cumbrian farmer who also worked for the Ministry of Agriculture, he first became involved in the sport when he joined the board of the newly formed Workington Town.They entered the Rugby League in 1945 and, under Mitchell's expansive leadership, which included bringing in players of the calibre of Gus Risman, quickly became one of the most successful clubs in the game.IF TOM Mitchell was not the most important single figure in the world of rugby league over the last 50 years, then he was certainly the most colourful.With his Old Testament white beard and his broad-brimmed hats, he was an unmistakeable presence and, across many different facets of the game, a hugely influential one.