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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS OUR SHED’S NOT REALLY A SHED! Making time for care


Lakeland Care prides itself on ‘Making Time for Care’ by providing the best personal and social care for residents and acting as a key part of the extended family to ensure a bespoke support for each resident’s family and friends


le us be part o the family’ ‘We’re here to help -


Holmewood Cockermouth 01900 828664


Hames Hall Cockermouth 01900 827601


Chichester Hall Silloth


016973 32478 CAN YOU HELP?


On Monday 4th September, the new Voluntary Car Scheme Co-ordinator took 15 calls in a day, from residents in Cockermouth desperately needing help with transport. With only nine valued volunteer drivers, every effort was made to help but may not always be possible.


We are sending out an urgent plea!


The first thing you may notice about Age UK West Cumbria’s Cockermouth Shed, is that it is not a shed! Yet as soon as you enter the building at number 7 Crown Street, it certainly smells and looks like one. Planks of wood, reels of tape, tiny boxes full of screws and nails, shavings and sawdust everywhere. Hidden under work tables are boxes of half- finished projects and ‘good wood’ stashed away for future designs. Almost all the wood and tools are either ‘scrap’ or donations from people who wanted their wooden furniture or tools to ‘go to a good home’. We are kindly supported by Cockermouth Rotary and the Lakes Distillery. The Shed is a communal project, based on fixing, making and re-using wood and we rely on quality items being donated by the local community. The sale of recycled and repaired items helps to make the Shed financially sustainable. More importantly, is the fact that the Shed is an opportunity to meet new like-minded people, enjoy a cup of tea and good company. One Shed member commented: “If I didn’t come to the shed, I’d be alone at home watching television.”


In the UK, there are currently 432 Sheds being used by over ten thousand established members. Everyone is welcome to come along to the Cockermouth Shed, share tools,


the annual duck race ~ COCKERMOUTH ROUND TABLE ~


If you think you can help and can offer any amount of time, please get in touch with Jules on 07523 134 825. All expenses are reimbursed.


DOUBLE GLAZING


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Call Ben on: 01900 826572 Mobile: 07522 981 106


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The Annual Cockermouth Round Table Duck Race will be held on the River Cocker, from Greenway Bridge, to South Street Footbridge at 2.00pm on Saturday 23rd of September. Proceeds go to Cockermouth Titans ARFL and tickets are available to purchase in advance from RTSN Huddart Supplies, Cockermouth Paper Shop, Veeva Coffee Shop and on the day at the event. Please come along and support us!


Round Table is a non-political, non- sectarian association, open to men between the ages of 18 and 45, from any profession or trade. Round Table is about socialising and getting involved in the local community.


For further information, or to get


involved, please email: cockermouthroundtable@live.co.uk


Chris Woolhouse Cockermouth Round Table


BOTHEL GARDENING CLUB SUMMER SHOW


The best ever!


There were almost three hundred entries and stiff competition in many of the classes


Overall result - 1st Jenny Wren Children - Jamie Storey


The Bothel and Kirkland WI laid on a


splendid spread of cakes for the tea. The Committee of the Bothel Gardening Club


thank all those who entered and attended the event.


21 SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE 418 PAGE 46


John Leeming - volunteer


resources and ideas and to design items of their choice, get involved in community projects, repair, upcycle, fix or even dismantle! It is run by volunteers and is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10.00am until 3.00pm for men and on Tuesday afternoons for ladies. For more information please contact Eric Field on 01900 844680, or call into 93 Main Street from 9.00am until 3.00pm Monday - Fridays


Sarah Bromiley Community Project Manager 01900 844680 sarahbromiley@ageukwestcumbria.co.uk


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