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


2017 Remember�your�loved�ones


CASS Holiday Club Before, After School & Holiday Club


Regular and casual bookings are welcome Flexible bookings now available for before and after school care


Open until Thursday 21st December Re-open Tuesday 2nd January 2018 Further info on the website or contact us on


www.cockermouthafterschoolscheme.co.uk The Scout Centre, St. Helens Street, Cockermouth CA13 9HX


HAIR OF THE DOG GROOMING PARLOUR


Beth Thompson 01900 816368 07729 434 948 www.hairofthedogcumbria.com


Bothel


There was a good selection of Pumpkin funny faces looking across Bothel Village Hall! Bothel Gardening Club’s Pumpkin Fest was the chance for the families to enjoy all things Pumpkin!


The results of the competitions were:


•Largest Home-Grown Pumpkin 1st Jacob Bowe


•Best Pumpkin Lantern 1st Jamie Storey, 2nd Millie Bowe, 3rd Archie Tinnion


•Best Pumpkin with Accessories 1st Hannah Janes, 2nd Ellie Janes, 3rd Clare Nicholls


•Pin the Maggot on the Pumpkin 1st Jamie Storey


•Peas in the Pumpkin 1st Jacob Bowe •Find the Pumpkin 1st Lola Tinnion


•Marbles in the Flowerpot 1st Ellie Janes, 2nd Maggie Bell


Jacob Bowe


•Number of Pumpkins in the Jar Joint 1st Lola and Archie Tinnion


•Name the Pumpkin 1st Robbie Watson •School Pumpkin Colouring Competition


•Infants 1st Kirsty Tinniswood, 2nd Nathan Storey, 3rd Chloe Wilson.


•Juniors 1st Nicole Charters, 2nd Luke Herrington, 3rd Arran Charters.


Soup, fruit pies and tea and coffee completed a fun evening, with not a ghost or monster in sight!


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


Community Foster Care recently hosted a charity night at the Masonic Hall in Workington, to raise funds for our children’s activities. It was a huge success and we were overwhelmed by the generosity of the local people and businesses. The food from Ali’s Kitchen in Workington was delicious, Barbarella didn’t disappoint with her singing and there were lots of requests. Due to the generosity of the local businesses, we had some fabulous raffle prizes with plenty to be given out on the night.


Everybody who came thanked us for such a good night which was great to hear. In total, we raised over £1,100 which was a huge achievement and the money will be used to support the children in our care and fund our activities, particularly over the Christmas period.


We are so grateful for all the support that was shown to us on the night and we hope to organise another event later in the year.


Community Foster Care is a not-for-profit foster care agency, with an office base in Workington. We are currently looking for more foster carers in this area, so that we can provide local placements for children.


01900 828199 07419 126 195


Hospice at Home West Cumbria’s Light up a Life services are occasions where people come together to celebrate the lives of loved ones they have lost. It is an opportunity to remember someone very dear to them, and to cherish many happy memories of time spent together.


We invite you to join us at one of our Light up a Life services listed below:


All services will be held on Sunday 26th November at 3pm, at the following locations:


St John’s Church Egremont Road, Hensingham, Whitehaven, CA28 8QW


St Michael’s Church Falcon Place, Workington, CA14 2EZ


St George’s Church St George’s Road, Millom, LA18 4JE


For more information call 01900 873173 or visit www.hospiceathomewestcumbria.org.uk


FUNDRAISER SUCCESS!


Viv and Loren


If you are interested in finding out more about the role, please telephone 01900 68453, or visit www.communityfostercare.co.uk


Registered Charity Number 1084124 16 NOVEMBER 2017 ISSUE 420 PAGE 58


Lightup a Life


Loved�and�Lost


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