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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS WORKINGTON GOLF CLUB


Women and Girls of All Ages come along to


Workington Golf Club for a


FREE ‘TRY GOLF’ FUN DAY On Wednesday, 23rd August 2.00pm-6.00pm


For further details contact Julia on 01946 66565


PUT ON THOSE DANCING SHOES! ~ SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB ~


In previous editions of the Post, we have emphasised that you do not need kilts or tartan clothes to join our class. Everyday clothes are what we wear, although for ladies, skirts are better for dancing than trousers!


That does not answer the question of what to wear on your feet!


come in a variety of styles and colours. There are also pumps for women, in Princess or Duchess style to name only two of the many styles possible and these are more like ballet shoes but they have a full sole for comfort. The choice of colours is amazing and the soft leather used allows dancers to point their toes and dance on the balls of their feet.


However, it is not necessary to spend a lot of money in the first instance if you are just starting out in Scottish Dancing as any light comfortable footwear will be fine.


A group of 14 dancers took part in Cockermouth Live! and we were delighted to welcome several members of the public of all ages for a lively afternoon!


We do hope you will be encouraged to join us on Thursdays in September. The first class for adults will be on the 7th September at 7.00pm in the Hall at Lorton Street Church.


LORTON TENNIS CLUB


IS SPORT A TRAINING GROUND FOR LIFE?


I read an interesting article about how sport can help your business. This does not mean doing business deals on the tennis court or the golf course. I’ve done both those sports all my life and never yet cut a deal during a match, or tried to! It’s more that the training and lessons a sport gives you, can help with your business.


Being able to hit a solid topspin serve to your opponent’s backhand when you are set point down is not suddenly going to make you the master or mistress of the business world. Learning the skills you need to get to that stage and especially in mastering the fear we all experience in tight or tricky situations, most certainly will.


Like any sport, setting up a business or doing well at work is a marathon and not a sprint. You will face situations and experiences which can cause you to doubt yourself, perhaps your house will be on the line if it all goes wrong. The stakes might be higher than losing a tennis match down your club but the mental situation is pretty similar.


That’s why children who don’t have a sport, or similar activity are in my view missing out. Apart from the physical benefits, they are missing out on some key skills of self-mastery and dealing with doubts and fears in a positive way. Lessons for life.


If you are interested in tennis, please call Chris Macleod on 01900 268086 or 07889 181 080.


NUTRITION WITH JACKIE


Feel great like 1000s who eat well Join our successful course Eat for a Better Life


20th September - 25th October at 7.30pm


More Energy * Better Health * An End to Diets Call to book 07782 477 364 or


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


Lorton Street Methodist Church email: jackie@learntoeatwell.co.uk


This month, our photographs show what is available from the specialist shops. There are lacing shoes, called ghillies, which are soft shoes for both men and women and they


The new children’s class for boys and girls aged 7 upwards will start on Monday 11th September at 5.00pm in the Lorton Street Hall.


For more information visit www.derwentscd.com or contact the secretary on 01900 817045.


For the youth section, email cockermouthyouthscd@talktalk.net


Marion Monckton


nutrition with jackie ~ RETIRE HEALTHY ~


If work has been quiet that’s all about to change, as schools start back and holidays finish. For some of you, work might be nearing its end with retirement weeks, months or only a year away. Are you ready for it?


When you’re young, you're invincible - well that’s how it seems. You can take on the world and withstand any assault. Ambitions run high. You sacrifice your


time,


relationships and health to your career as you climb up the management ladder. One day, you wake up and realise there’s more to life and start counting the cost. All around you, middle-aged friends and celebrities are suffering diverse ailments or dying too young. Reclaiming your health suddenly takes priority as you think of all the things you still want to do, with the time you’ll have. Whilst life expectancy has gone up as drugs stop us from dying, I doubt you aspire to eking out your later years battling some chronic condition in a care home. If however, you’re up to it, the world will soon be your oyster.


Eating well to avoid cancer, heart disease, diabetes or Alzheimer’s is like wearing a seat belt when you drive. It's about risk


17 AUGUST 2017 ISSUE 417 PAGE 34


reduction. Chronic health problems have increased as the national diet has deteriorated. Add exercise, good sleep, happy relationships and time outside in the air and sunshine to lower your risk further. I’'s never too late to start. Much of the damage of a miss-spent youth is reversible with some TLC. The best time for positive action is always today.


My next course is at Lorton Street Methodist Church, 7.30pm, 20th September - 25th October. Come along and invest in your future. Learn to eat well now, live well for longer.


Top tips – eat well and enjoy a healthy retirement!


Jackie Wilkinson - Nutrition Coaching jackie@learntoeatwell.co.uk www.learntoeatwell.co.uk 077824 77364


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