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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:JANUARY/FEBRUARY


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 all day throughout February Half Term


The Scout Centre, St. Helens Street, Cockermouth CA13 9HX 01900 828199


www.cockermouthafterschoolscheme.co.uk


Ken Beattie&Son Building Contractors


•Extensions & Renovations •Property Maintenance •Plastering •Tiling •Drainage •Roofing


T. 01697 322421 M. 07710 633 215


1 Queen St. Aspatria, Wigton CA7 3AS Over 25 Years Experience


FAB AT 50!


Further info on the website or contact us on 07419 126 195


“Our fi rst visit to the Green Room and it won’t be the last, the service, food and atmosphere were all excellent” Customer review on Resdiary


“Another fantastic meal at The Green Room Restaurant - Rosehill Theatre. Would defi nitely recommend to eat here! Great service and food! Will be back again soon!” Customer review on Trip Advisor


Call the restaurant on 01946 514574 or go to rosehilltheatre.co.uk


Paul Lewis - Haydn’s piano sonatas


We are delighted to announce the return to Rosehill of Paul Lewis, performing the second of four concerts over two years featuring Haydn’s piano sonatas.


A great opportunity to see one of the leading musicians of his generation. His cycles of core piano works by Beethoven and Schubert have received unanimous critical and public acclaim worldwide, and consolidated his reputation as one of the world’s foremost interpreters of the central European classical repertoire.


Wednesday 21 March • 7.30pm Tickets £25 • U26 £12


Emma Johnson: Clarinet Goes To Town Continued from cover...


West Cumbria Orienteering Club (WCOC) is a highly active and successful club, with over 200 members of all ages from across West Cumbria. We organise friendly local events each Thursday evening, which through spring, summer and autumn are ideal for beginners, along with coaching for all ages and abilities and social events throughout the year.


Having won a succession of national trophies over the past few years, the talented WCOC Junior Squad recently received the Allerdale and Cumbria Junior Sports Team (pictured) of the Year award. Many of them have also been selected for regional and national squads and regularly represent their country in international competitions. They also get the chance to take part in training tours in the UK and Scandinavia, for which they hold regular fundraising events.


If you would like to find out more about how to get involved in this great family sport, visit www.wcoc.co.uk or find WCOC on Facebook or Twitter.


David Spencer WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


An artist of unique skill and charisma, former BBC Young Musician of the Year Emma Johnson is one of the most popular fi gures on the concert scene and widely regarded as Britain’s favourite clarinettist, this is your opportunity to experience Emma Johnson’s unparalleled talent and rapport with her audience in the intimacy of Rosehill’s silk-lined auditorium.


Clarinet Goes to Town pays tribute to some of the genre’s all-time greats such as Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and Sidney Bechet while exploring the roots of traditional American jazz. Emma is accompanied by pianist John Lenehan and Paul Clarvis on percussion.


Sunday 15 April • 3pm Tickets £25 • U26 £12


Call box offi ce on 01946 692422 or go to rosehilltheatre.co.uk


Carlisle


Rosehill Theatre Moresby Whitehaven CA28 6SE


A595 A66 Whitehaven The Lake District A590 M6 Kendal Penrith thegreenroomrestaurant At Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven


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