Sue Hayman

Working hard for Workington constituency

Community Events

Sue raises £1000 for MS on 10 peak hike

Sue has raised over £1000 for the MS Society by undertaking the 16 mile 10-in-10 Challenge, the charity fell walk, last Saturday. Sue and her husband, Ross, hiked 10 Cumbrian fells in 10 hours, raising money for much-needed research into Multiple Sclerosis, which affects more than 100,000 people in the UK. Together, they raised £1011.81,… Read More

Maryport headteacher attends Parliament’s Teachers’ Institute

Joanne Ormond, headteacher of Maryport Church of England Junior School, has this week attended the Teachers’ Institute in the Houses of Parliament. In the ten years since it was launched, the Teachers’ Institute has trained more than 500 teachers, from all parts of the UK, giving them skills and knowledge of Parliament to pass on… Read More

Cockermouth flood heroes recognised at Downing Street

Sue will tonight accompany two of Cockermouth’s “flood heroes”, the Rev. Wendy Sanders and John Bulman of Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team, to a reception at 10 Downing Street, hosted by the Prime Minister. Sue said: “I’m glad that the Prime Minister is recognising the amazing work carried out by so many selfless people in our… Read More

Flooded Cockermouth Pulls Together for Triumphant Occasion

Cockermouth, along with cities, towns and villages across Cumbria, has once again been devastated by flooding this weekend. Having suffered at the expense of Foot and Mouth Disease in 2001, the town was first flooded in 2009, before essentially being shut down for road works from March to December 2014 You might think that the flooding… Read More

The Webb Ellis Cup Comes to Workington

The Webb Ellis Cup, awarded to the winner of the Rugby World Cup, visited Workington on 29th July. Sue is pictured with the president of Workington Zebras, John Patterson. The cup came to the Ellis Sports Ground, Moss Bay, Workington, as part of a 100 day tour of Britain ahead of this year’s Rugby World… Read More

Sue Visits Apprentice Awards Final

Sue was impressed by what she saw when she visited the Gen2 Challenge Grand Final for National Apprenticeship Week 2015. She said: “The apprentices worked hard for two weeks to produce their competition pieces and I was proud to join retiring MP Sir Tony Cunningham in presenting the prizes to the winners.”

MAG Easter Egg Ride

Sue along with about 150 bikers braved less-than-ideal riding conditions to support the Whitehaven Motorcycle Action Group’s annual egg ride event on Sunday.  She was delighted to add her Easter Egg to those donated by everyone who took part in the event, and these are then given to local charities to distribute. The ride started out at The… Read More