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AUTUMN WILDLIFE IN CUMBRIA GREAT PLACES TO SEE Short-eared Owl © Amy Lewis


The colours of autumn are spectacular in Cumbria, as trees turn from green to red, brown and gold.


Against this lovely backdrop, we can enjoy the sight of red squirrels foraging for nuts, spot red deer during the rut and marvel at the great numbers of migrating birds arriving on our coast.


From fells and peatbogs to beaches and woods, Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s guide to Great places to see autumn wildlife in Cumbria recommends some special areas to see these stunning seasonal highlights on your doorstep.


Visit www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk


QUILT GROUP


Each year, the U3A Quilt Group begin a new project and last year, the theme was Landscapes.


Participants choose which section they would like to work on, using their own choice of fabric and technique.


When joined together, the separate sections made three large wall hangings, which display many quilting techniques.


The three hangings were entered into the annual Great Northern Quilt Show, held at the Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate at the beginning of September. The group were delighted to find that one of their hangings had been awarded a Judges Merit Rosette.


These will be displayed alongside other great works by local Quilters at an exhibition to be held at Christ Church, Cockermouth on 21st October.


Profits from this Quilt Show will go to Hospice at Home West Cumbria.


Imelda Westwood On behalf of the Cockermouth U3A Quilters INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 60


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