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Meditate with Joy in Cockermouth


2018 dates


Learn to Meditate with Joy COURSES (advance booking required)


4 February 18 March


29 April 10 June


Part 1, 1-4pm £40


(£35 early-bird price - 4 weeks in advance) Choose one date


Meditate with Joy DROP-IN GROUPS (no booking required - bring mat/cushion/blanket if you wish to lie down)


Monday mornings 10-11.30am £7


Thursday evenings 7.30-9pm £7


Lorton Street Methodist Church United Reformed Church, Main Street January 8, 22 February 5, 19 March 5, 19


January 11, 18, 25 February 1, 8, 15, 22 March 1, 8, 15, 22


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low road, cockermouth LAKE DISTRICT MOBILITY LAUNCHING THIS SPRING


The Charity will lease all terrain mobility scooters to outdoor attractions (shop mobility for the outdoors), so that their customers with limited or restricted mobility can join in with family and friends in using the paths and trails of Cumbria.


Our first site is Whinlatter Forest. Thanks to Nathan Fox, Ranger at Whinlatter, who has been essential support in the setting up our Charity. We are all looking forward to the launch.


Last summer, we had a lot of fun trialling a scooter at Whinlatter called a ‘Tramper’. Lucy le Roux who took part in the trial said: “The scooter was easy and fun to use, and it was amazing to be able to experience the forest and get out into nature with friends. I had such a sense of freedom and I look forward to using a Tramper again!”


We are extremely grateful for the individuals and businesses who


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


have already fundraised and donated. As a result of their generosity, we are going to be able to launch Lake District Mobility this spring. Julia Walker from Lake District Mobility said: “The private donors are a very big part of the picture but without all of you, this would not be happening. A massive thank you to everyone that has supported the charity.”


We have teamed up with Countryside Mobility in the south west of England


and with their expertise, we have been able to establish the charity and address one of our biggest concerns of path erosion. Countryside Mobility has 45 sites and through auditing and monitoring skill, they have not had an issue in over 7 years.


This scheme is not just for people with blue badges but for all people with limited mobility, aged 14 and over.


If you or your business would like to make a donation, or raise funds for this local Cockermouth-based Charity, please email


julia@lakedistrictmobility.org.


For more information on Lake District Mobility visit www.lakedistrictmobility.org


Keep a look out for our launch date in the next issue of The Cockermouth Post.


Please Like our Facebook page to see all our updates, news and new sites.


@lakedistrictmobility @LDMobility


Julia Walker ISSUE 423 | 22 FEBRUARY 2018 | 14


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