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ALL THE NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES AROUND KESWICK AND COCKERMOUTH - JUNE/JULY FOR LOCAL CHARITIES MARK RAISES £600 For a suite as individual as you are!


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Mark Scott recently decided he would raise money for two local charities. With the help of his mother Julie, a charity event was held in Dean Community Centre, with music provided by the Cockermouth Mechanics Band.


Mark shared the proceeds of the event


equally between the Mechanics Band and the Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team. The picture shows Mark at the Mountain Rescue Team base, handing the donation to Team Chairman, Martin Pickavance.


Gwyn Lewis, Team Secretary, Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team


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On Saturday 3rd June, a team from Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors conquered 10 peaks, covering 20 miles of the Lake District, to raise funds for Hospice at Home.


As the sun shone, the team left Braithwaite just after 6.00am and tackled Catbells, Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head and


Robinson before heading down into Buttermere for lunch. After a quick break, the team were back to it and embarked upon Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Crag Hill, Sail and Barrow before arriving back into Braithwaite shortly after 5.00pm.


Laura Wilson Turn to page 50 to meet the team


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