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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS PERCY HOUSE GALLERY


IndividualApproach to a Classic


fiery with the autumnal colouring of our model Emma Ross below. Great styled with the traditional kilt @HouseofBruar with just enough cling to emphasise the waist but not too bulky over pleats. It goes with all style shapes, boot cut, flared or


Illustration: Maggi Toner-Edgar New for Autumn


PERCY HOUSE GALLERY 38-42 Market Place, Cockermouth


01900 829 667


A love of the Highlands and Islands, imagined landscapes on the sides of old, weathered boats and reflections that distort, form the basis of Alan Richmond’s work.


Born in Hertfordshire, Alan moved to the Scottish Border in 1969 and has been a regular exhibitor in the gallery.


Shirley Shackleton’s career as a pastel artist developed in the late 1970s after a move to the Lake District. Inspired by Turner, Shirley’s pastels manage to capture the dramatic lighting and stormy skies which are so much part of the Lakeland mountains. With new work coming in


every day and a total of seven rooms it’s well-worth a visit to Percy House.


Percy House


Look out for the long-awaited Angie Flynn exhibition in October.


Main Picture: Landscape 210 by Alan Richmond Inset: Allonby Bay by Shirley Shackleton


www.percyhouse.co.uk


HAIR OF THE DOG GROOMING PARLOUR


Beth Thompson 01900 816368 07729 434 948 www.hairofthedogcumbria.com


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK Photograph: Tommy Martin Photography. Make up: Made Up Jaye


As stylist for The Fibre Company for their recent Fell Garth ll Collection, I wanted to share one of the wonderful designs to encourage you to get creative before the real cold sets in – you still have time.


My style philosophy is that we can all embrace our own intrinsic beauty and character regardless of what is perceived as the society norm, especially in terms of age and body shape. I believe in accepting and loving the body you have, be remarkable by being yourself. Fortunately, we are not all the same, embracing that which makes us unique is powerful. Power is what comes to mind when we talk about self-confidence and self-worth, being physically strong and healthy can help you to become strong mentally and vice versa. Aiming for good health is the secret, “Today you are the youngest you will ever be” so, it is worth celebrating your own individuality now.


If you are a knitter you might like to promote your own individuality this winter. Opt for a classic with a twist, this textured arran sweater,


is perfect


regardless of whether you are slim or curvy with the new very soft lightweight fibres they suit all shapes and sizes. If you prefer semi-fitted classic styles, go with 'Beckside'


by @lindamarveng. This


Linda Marveng round-necked


cable jumper in the ‘Orla’ shade of ‘Arranmore Light’ wool looks fantastic and


straight trousers/jeans, shorter and longer skirts, both narrow and flared. This rust/pink yarn complements far more colours than you would imagine; green, pink, burgundy, natural tan and rich brown. This colour on brown eyed or bright blue-eyed brunettes can look just as good as our redhead model and it is perfect with any shade of grey or blue. I have illustrated it in an alternative colourway ‘River Esque’ for cooler complexions.


Thanks go to Cockermouth Country Clothing https://www.cococlothing.co.uk for providing some of the clothing to help me style the Bassenthwaite photo shoot, see the results on The Fibre Company website http://www.thefibreco.com/collection/fell- garth-2/


Maggi Toner-Edgar 21 SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE 418 PAGE 16


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