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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS THE WILDEST DREAM


George Mallory was obsessed with becoming the first person to conquer the untouched Mount Everest. He was last seen 800 feet below the summit in 1924, before the clouds rolled in and he disappeared into legend


75 years later, climber Conrad Anker’s life became intertwined with Mallory’s after finding his frozen body. The only thing missing was a photograph of his wife, Ruth, which Mallory had promised to place on the summit


8.00pm, Tuesday 14th November The Kirkgate, Cockermouth


Non Members £4.00 - at the door only Doors open at 7.30pm. Bar available Enquiries: thekmc@outlook.com


Supporting


Keswick Mountain Rescue Team Keswick


Mountaineering Club


www.thekmc.org


Affiliated to the BMC Honorary Patron:


Sir Chris Bonington C.B.E. www.thekmc.org mail@thekmc.org


INN ON THE SQUARE CONTINUES TO IMPRESS AND IMPROVE


Tricks and Treats at The Terrace this Halloween!


Cockermouth’s Trout Hotel will become terrifying this Halloween, as it prepares to host an eerie evening of Halloween hocus-pocus by throwing a children's Halloween Party in its Terrace Bar and Bistro on 31st October.


The multi-award-winning hotel will offer the town’s children a night of blood curdling colouring competitions, gruesome goody bags and spine chilling treats. The night will be completed by a performance from local children’s entertainer Daffy Dill, who will keep the kids entertained with a mysterious mix of spooky fun.


Prizes will also be awarded for the best fancy dressed girl and boy and the Terrace Bistro’s children’s menu will receive a spooky makeover for the evening.


Sue Eccles, Managing Director at the Trout Hotel, said: “We’re excited to run our Halloween Party at the Terrace again, it’s been a number of years since we last hosted this event and we look forward to welcoming families to join in the fun.”


The Trout Hotel’s Children’s Halloween Party runs from 4.00pm to 8.00pm on the 31st October and is FREE for all to attend - guests can reserve a table, or just come along.


For further information please visit www.trouthotel.co.uk. INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


A recent AA inspection has revealed that the Inn on the Square in Keswick has retained its four-star rating and AA rosette status for a third year running, with an impressive AA merit score of 81%. Approximately half the hotels and restaurants in the AA Restaurant Guide have a Rosette, which is given to eateries which stand out in their area and where food is prepared with skill using quality ingredients.


The report highlighted a commendable strong standard within the hotel, with notable cleanliness


throughout. The public areas, bedrooms and bathrooms were noted for offering style, quality and comfort, with Brossen Steakhouse providing an enjoyable dining experience.


Jonny Ogle, General Manager at the Inn on the Square commented: “We pride ourselves on being the only four-star hotel in Keswick and we’re over the moon that the top quality and service that we offer has been recognised and endorsed once again from our recent AA inspection.


“The artistic flair of Head Chef, Dan Lansley and his team of chefs are testament to the AA Rosette accolade, this along with the front of house staff, all work tirelessly to offer our guests the perfect guest experience.”


The AA inspector dined on ‘Braised octopus avocado, red pepper, pine nut and Danish knaekbread crisps’ to start, followed by ‘Rib-eye steak (40-day dry salt aged)’ and ‘chocolate fondant, olive oil sorbet and honeycomb’ for dessert. After which he commented: “An accurately cooked fondant, flavours very good, a simple classic and indulgent dessert. Olive oil sorbet was rather good, a great foil for the richness and temperature of the fondant. Honeycomb delightful.”


Picture: Jonny Ogle (General Manager), Dale Pitchers (Deputy General Manager), Dan Lansley (Head Chef) and Nora Budai (Reception)


19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 62 Embleton


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