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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS


CARTMELL SHEPHERD OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN WEST CUMBRIA!


CHIMNEY & STOVE SERVICES SOUTHWELLS


STOVES


Inglenooks and Installations Service and Repair HETAS Certification


CHIMNEYS Swept


Repairs and Liners Pots and Cowls fitted


CHIMNEY SYSTEMS


With more than 18 years experience in both domestic and industrial chimneys, along with solid fuel services you can have confidence in our Work


David Southwell 01228 318 834 07588 707 586 www.dsouthwell.co.uk


It gives us great pleasure to announce that our new West Cumbria office is now fully operational and open for business


Conveniently located on the A594, the office is a stone’s throw away from Cockermouth and Maryport, within 15 minutes’ drive of Workington and Aspatria and just 20 minutes from Wigton.


The new office, situated on M-Sport’s Dovenby Hall Estate, offers Cartmell Shepherd’s full range of legal services to clients based west of Carlisle. With ground floor access and meeting rooms, free on-site parking and even a café 20 metres from the front door, the office provides a real alternative to private and business clients who live and work in the surrounding towns and villages.


We offer a comfortable, welcoming environment, staff who are from and know the local area and first-rate customer service.


Our innovative pricing structures are designed to provide a combination of value, choice and certainty based around your individual requirements and our departmental structure ensures we are able provide you with genuine specialist advice, combined with real strength and depth of knowledge. Rest assured, you’re in safe hands.


Contact us on:


01900 876123, email westcumbria@cartmells.co.uk or feel free to call in to the office.


KESWICK TO THRELKELD RAILWAY PATH


Local support is building for the Keswick to Threlkeld Railway Path Fundraising, with two large donations announced.


At their meeting, Threlkeld Parish Council agreed to donate £1,000 to the fundraising campaign to help reconnect this popular route between Keswick and Threlkeld.


This donation was swiftly followed by a donation from Keswick Rotary and Keswick Lions, £1,000 from the Flood Fund set up jointly by Keswick Rotary and Keswick Lions, following the devasting effects of Storm Desmond.


Bill Richard Lions, Heather Askew LDF, Colin Grant Rotary


LOCAL SUPPORT FOR


The donations will go towards reconnecting the Keswick to Threlkeld railway path, some parts of which were severely damaged during the floods in 2015. Two of the old railway bridges that crossed the River Greta, were washed away and one bridge left at risk of collapse and around 200 metres of the path surface disappeared into the floodwaters.


Heather Askew, Fundraiser for the Lake District Foundation said: “These donations from local organisations show the strong level of support for this much-loved route.”


If you would like to get involved with the fundraising for the Keswick to Threlkeld Railway Path you can contact Heather at heather.askew@lakedistrictfoundation.org


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 425 | 26 APRIL 2018 | 32


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