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A CELEBRATION OF ACHIEVEMENT


Continued from the cover... Award winners and their families, sponsors and invited guests joined staff and governors from the school.


School staff were invited to nominate one student from the whole school explaining why they had been selected. Thirteen awards were kindly sponsored by local businesses covering all subject areas taught within the school, alongside Community Engagement, School Ambassador and Headteacher awards. The Senior Leadership Team then had the challenging task of whittling down the nominations to just one student per award.


One student’s name appeared among the nominations several times; Zoe Martin had only entered the school 12 months earlier when she joined our Sixth Form. The panel was left in no doubt that such a remarkable student who had made a great impression on so many people in such a short space of time should receive the Headteacher Award


Headteacher, Dr. Rob Petrie said “The evening was a huge success and I was delighted that so many members of our local community were able to join us.


“Special congratulations go to our superb students and thanks to our guest speaker Kim Inglis and the sponsors of the evening, without whom the event would not have taken place.”


VERY GOOD NEWS FOR LAKELAND ROWING CLUB


Lakeland Rowing Club has been granted charitable status, in recognition of thier role in promoting health and wellbeing in the community through the sport of rowing.


SPRINT CHAMPIONS


Their women’s masters’ quad of Julia McCumiskey, Victoria Lancaster, Sam Ayers and Alex Morgan are 2017 North of England Sprint Champions for their age-group. Nine Lakeland junior and senior crews took part in the championships at Hollingworth Lake, near Rochdale and all acquitted themselves well against very tough opposition.


Photographer, Tim Fisher from Keswick, had three of his images accepted to feature in a London gallery exhibition in October. All images were taken locally, Appleby Horse Fair, Rydal Sports and a dramatic sunset over Keswick taken from Latrigg.


The Hepatitis C Trust’s fundraising arm, Art on a Postcard will transform the images into


Photography on a Postcard for the month of October.


All funds raised, will go to The Hepatitis C Trust campaign to help eliminate Hepatitis C from the UK by the year 2030.


To date, Art on a Postcard has raised over £250K for The Hepatitis C Trust


www.artonapostcard.com/photo-postcard


SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF COCKERMOUTH & DISTRICT


Although the club does not have any formal meetings over the summer, since the last report, members have been very busy with a variety of events and occupations. These have included taking the Chernobyl Children to Watchtree Wheelers, where they had lots of fun trying out the various bikes, Balsam Bashing along the river, the regular weekly bed-making sessions at the Calvert Trust Centre and coffee mornings at The Lakes Homecentre.


ART ON A POSTCARD RAISES MONEY FOR THE HEPATITIS C TRUST


Balsam Bashing


buffet and were able to explore the beautiful garden. The majority of the guests wore mad hats and the two representatives


from


Safety Net, who were present


judged the


hats and prizes were awarded for the best.


Two Guests with Mad Hats! Lakeland Rowing Club's women's masters crew. Photo: Al Johnson


The club looks forward to seeing visitors at their forthcoming social events.


Alex Morgan on behalf of Lakeland Rowing Club Registered charity number: 1174446


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


President Ros had been very impressed by the speakers who came to club and talked about the valuable work carried out by Safety Net, the charity that supports the recovery of those affected by rape, sexual abuse and domestic violence. She wanted to raise some funds for them and decided to have a special party. Fortunately, it stayed dry as guests enjoyed drinks, an excellent


Wendy Dempster, Communications Officer


Chernobyl Children


COCKERMOUTH & DISTRICT


www.cockermouthsoroptimists.co.ukwww.facebook.com/cockermouthsoroptimists 21 SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE 418 PAGE 60


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