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On a beautiful sunny Sunday, Cockermouth Speakers Club held its Annual Luncheon at Hundith Hill Hotel with guests from far and wide. There were also familiar faces from Cockermouth, including the Town Mayor, Councillor Alan Tyson, Lions Club President, Roy McCaslin, together with Speakers Club members, partners and friends.


After an excellent meal, MC Peter Hodgson invited the Club President Sandy Emmerson to the lectern to give her speech. She looked back at several milestones in the club’s history and the members that had been assisted in their speaking careers to become proficient in public speaking.


In contrast to the enjoyment of the luncheon, the following day was one of sadness. At a special general meeting, it was decided that, after thirty-five years since it was given its Charter, the club was to be wound up. This sad decision came about because the club was finding it increasingly difficult to attract new members and to find members willing to stand for office.


This Press Release will be the final one from Cockermouth Speakers Club. May I take this opportunity to thank everyone who has read our articles in Cockermouth Post over the years and for their kind comments. I also thank Helen and Mike Craine for publishing the piece every month.


Goodbye and thank you for your interest and support over the thirty-five years the Club has been chartered.


Peter Hodgson, Publicity Officer


COCKERMOUTH HARMONIC SOCIETY


Sing a New Song Concert - 7th July


Cockermouth Harmonic Society will be singing new songs on 7th July, in All Saint’s Church, Cockermouth. The concert will start at 7.30pm.


Ronald Corp, a British conductor and choirmaster, composed A New Song in 1999. It is a suite of settings of words from psalms and poets celebrating music in worship. Bob Chilcott’s arrangements of Christmas carols are well-known and in July, the choir will sing his Jubilate. The choir will also perform Andrew Carter’s Benedicite. This work was first published in 1991 and is now a popular choice with choirs.


Beside the adult choir, this concert will feature a children’s chorus and orchestra. Ian Wright, the choir’s music director, will conduct the choir, tenor soloist, Paul Smy, Derwent Youth Choir and the Jubilate Orchestra.


Tickets for the concert will cost £15.00, £14.00 from choir members and are free for full-time students, with a discount for parties of six or more. Tickets are available from Billy Bowman’s music shop in Cockermouth, telephone 01900 825083, or email ticketsales@cockermouthharmonic.org.uk


Hilary Tattershall INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 426 | 23 JUNE 2018 | 44


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