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Workington man denies GBH charge

A MAN will go on trial later this year after denying an allegation of inflicting grievous bodily harm.

Ritchie Townsend, 23, appeared at Carlisle Crown Court today (THURS).

He pleaded not guilty to unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm upon Dean Greenhalgh.

This relates to an alleged incident in Workington on July 28 last year.

Townsend was represented during the short court hearing by lawyer Richard Archer.

Judge Peter Davies told Townsend, of Napier Street, Workington, that his trial had been listed at the crown court on April 19.

A case timetable was agreed by Mr Archer along with prosecutor Beccy McGregor, and other submissions were made.

Townsend was remanded on conditional bail until his trial by Judge Davies.

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