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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS PERCY HOUSE GALLERY


FOOD AT HIGHAM ~HIGHAM HALL COLLEGE~


When people come on a course at Higham Hall, as well as the actual activity, they also enjoy being fed. We are not pretentious, but we do treat meals as a hugely important part of the Higham experience. Most come on their own to Higham and meals bring individuals together over conversations, even if it just about how perfect sprouts are!


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Christmas at Percy House 2nd December – 10th January


PERCY HOUSE GALLERY 38-42 Market Place, Cockermouth


01900 829 667


‘Happy Trotters’ by Ruby Keller is just one of the new Christmas selection in Percy House.


Along with his Herdies and Hares, we have a fox, hare and sheep paintings by Geoffrey Smith and squirrel sculptures by Kirsty Armstrong. Quite a menagerie!


Artists also include Linda Ryle, Alan Richmond and Venus Griffiths. Paintings in alcohol ink by Marilyn Laugesen. Lots of lovely


textiles


Our cooks do a fantastic job, often catering for 30 or 40 students and tutors all in one go. Unless you are on a course, you won’t normally get


unique, why not come, alone or with others, to one of our two CHRISTMAS LUNCHES, either on Monday 18th, or Tuesday 19th December. The Tuesday, if you are solo, you can request to join the ‘Principal’s Table’ for some enlightened banter!


A rare opportunity to simply enjoy the wonderful food prepared by our cooks at Higham. The cost is £20.00 per person, of course it is four- course traditional with all the trimmings and a proper


the chance to


experience the quality of a Higham meal. That changes for two lunchtimes this December.


If you fancy a seasonal something a little


vegetarian alternative. More importantly, it is a chance to share in the upcoming Season’s cheer.


Search our website for Christmas Lunch to see the menu, or you can contact us on 01768 776276 and you need to book by 9th December.


home-made


including


embroidered bags, handmade scarves, jewellery and unique Christmas decorations.


Percy House


Our Angie Flynn exhibition continues until the 29th of November. Well worth a visit!


Main Picture: Happy Trotters by Ruby Keller Insets: Hare necklace by Paula Bolton Highland Cow necklace by Tracy Burns


www.percyhouse.co.uk Bothel & Kirkland The talented stallholders


displayed a wide variety of products and joined Bothel and Kirkland WI in showing them to the locals.


The WI would like to thank the stallholders and visitors


for supporting their first Craft Fair. Maggie Bell


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 16 NOVEMBER 2017 ISSUE 420 PAGE 28


The delicious smell of bacon butties welcomed visitors to Bothel Village Hall, whilst they browsed the stalls of the Craft Fair.


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