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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS LORTON STREET METHODIST CHURCH


Our services last an hour and start at 10.45pm on Sunday mornings 22nd October - we have an informal Cafe Worship Service 5th November - we will be celebrating Holy Communion Do come and share in the busy life of our church


Lorton Street Methodist Church is holding Soup and Sandwich Lunches


in aid of Mary Platt Methodist Pre-school and Autism West Cumbria on the following dates:


Estate Planning www.estateplanning.coop.co.uk


Richard Johnson Safeguarding Assets


01900 85269 07745 225 491


Richard.Johnson1@coop.co.uk CO-OP GOES FORTH…


The Co-op 2017 first half year results in Life Planning and Legal Services reveal a 10% rise in overall sales and a 20% rise in Guaranteed Funeral Plan sales over the same period in 2016. No doubt the introduction of the 5% Reward back to the customer (that is £170 on the most popular Funeral Plan) and 1% to local charities have played their part but so has the growing reputation of the Co-op as a market leader in providing fully comprehensive Estate Planning services to everyone at very reasonable prices.


The Co-op is the only provider to supply a fully Guaranteed Funeral Plan which means that there really are no hidden additional costs at the point of delivery and by buying your funeral plan at today’s prices you can rest assured that everything is covered and your family will not one day be faced with a bill to pay… which would certainly be significantly higher than what you will pay in purchasing a Plan now.


I have more than twelve years of experience in advising people in Cumbria and providing them with documentation relating to all aspects of Estate Planning which often relates to potential Care Costs and the safeguarding of family assets. Typically solutions can involve Full House Trusts, Wills that protect savings, Funeral Plans and Powers of Attorney being granted to family members or trusted friends. No individual scenario or circumstance is the same which makes the work interesting and keeps me on my toes. A preliminary discussion and assessment of needs is free and I will come to visit you at your convenience, including evenings. The landline is best to ring as 18th Century farmhouses weren’t built to accommodate mobile signals…


Richard Johnson 01900 85269 or 07745 225 491


Richard Johnson Estate Planning Practitioner


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 16 21st October and 18th November


£3.50 for soup and a sandwich, tea and coffee. Stalls 11.30am - 1.00pm Margaret Howarth 01900 608377


ROYAL BRITISH LEGION COCKERMOUTH POPPY APPEAL


Poppy Wreaths are available to collect from Cockermouth Town Hall at the end of October Price per wreath is £20.00 cash or cheque made payable to the Poppy Appeal


During the Poppy Appeal period, Skylark Studio have kindly agreed to stock Cockermouth Pantry Chilli Jam and Chutney with monies raised going towards the appeal


Details of a Raffle are to be finalised but tickets will be on sale at the Poppy Appeal stand at Sainsbury’s leading up to Saturday 11th November


Thank you for your continuous support Allison Wood, Cockermouth Poppy Appeal Organiser NOVEMBER IS A MONTH OF REMEMBERING


So here is a special invitation to anyone who would like to come and remember a loved one who has died – maybe several years ago


A service will be held at All Saints’ Church on SUNDAY, 5th NOVEMBER at 3.30pm. It will be a short, reflective occasion, with words of comfort from Christian readings and prayer. It will be followed by tea and cake and time to talk to one another. All are welcome.


Godfrey Butland


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