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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:JUNE/JULY


A BIG THANK YOU! ~ FROM SPORTSTREK COACHING ~


Many thanks to all our friendly members old and new who have made the last 5 years deeply rewarding and enjoyable.


What started in June 2013 as a risk, with a new lease agreement and a big investment in new gym equipment is now, we are pleased to say, an established business, with our focus on offering the utmost support to our fantastic members.


We now have a qualified and experienced team of 5, whose main priority is to support new gym users and swimmers alike.


If you want to join a friendly gym and/or pool, please take up on this summer 2018 offer


Your membership includes:


•1:1Gym Support Sessions •Regular Health and Fitness Tests •Regular Fitness Programme Updates •Swim Support Sessions for Pool Members •Discounted Fitness Classes


•Access to our Popular Front Crawl Workshop Session Here's to the next 5 years!


John McNamee, Sarah Evans, Jordan Carrigan and all the rest of the Sportstrek Team


GO WILD AT WINMARLEIGH


DERWENT GIRLGUIDING COCKERMOUTH & KESWICK


Local Guides and Brownies joined others to take part in Girlguiding’s Wild at Winmarleigh Adventure weekend in Lancashire. Each of the 300 girls got the chance to try different outdoor activities over the weekend, ranging from archery, to zip wire, to high ropes and raft building.


The girls had a fantastic time and it was great to see them trying out new activities and making new friends. It was pretty wet on the Saturday morning, but the girls still had lots of fun and even seemed to enjoy getting muddy.


Part of the adventure for many of the girls was the opportunity to have a sleepover with


their friends. Many of our local units arrange their own overnight adventures, sometimes just one night staying in a local hall or a camp over several days. Our weekly meetings have a full range of activities too, ranging from dragon boat racing, to ghyll scrambling, baking and science investigation. There is something for everyone! We pride ourselves on being ‘girl led’ frequently asking the girls what THEY want to do.


We have groups of Rainbows (age 5 to 7), Brownies (age 7 to 10), Guides (age 10 to 14) and Rangers (age 14 to 18). Any girls or adults interested in joining us should visit www.girlguiding.org.uk/joinus


Siobhan Gascoigne WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK 12 13 FOR 10


FOR THE PRICE OF 10! 13 MONTHS MEMBERSHIP


Find us at Embleton Spa Hotel, Embleton, Cockermouth CA13 9XU JOSH IS ON HIS BIKE AGAIN!


Josh Hewer, from Cockermouth, is on his bike again for another cycling challenge for charity. This time he intends to use pedal power to cycle the C2C cycle route also known as the Sea to Sea, from Sunderland to Whitehaven - 136 miles in one day. He is taking the challenge in support of Team Evie, which he has helped for the last 2 years raising over £1500 for the charity.


Josh started training this year and has completed 2 cycle events already, one of 55 miles supporting Alzheimer's and The Team Townend Challenge over 40 miles, which takes in climbing Whinlatter, Newlands and Honister and then back over Whinlatter. He has also completed a training run, crossing three counties in one ride. Josh will be joined once again by his Dad Graeme and friend Peter Monkhouse. Josh, who attends Cockermouth School is a member of the Cyclewise academy and is hoping people support him in his challenge. He has set up a JustGiving Josh


Anniversary 5th


Summer 2018 Special Offer


Hewer C2C ride page, where you can sponsor him.


Lynne Hewer ISSUE 426 | 23 JUNE 2018 | 47


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