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


COCKERMOUTH U3A’S LATIN FORMATION TEAM WIN ARTS COUNCIL FUNDING


The U3A in Cockermouth have a Latin Dance Formation Team out and about in Residential Care Homes and Luncheon clubs performing a programme of dance and song.


The group train every week for two hours and perform an average of twice a month. The first set of ladies’ dresses were purchased with the help of a Cumbria Community Fund grant almost two years ago and now the group have been awarded a grant for further costumes by the National Lottery through the Arts Council England.


The first appearance of the group (Dancing Feat – dancing together) was in March 2016 at the Workington Alzheimer Society on their 25th birthday celebration. Since then, Dancing Feat have appeared at more than 20 residential care centres, several luncheon club meetings and youth events throughout Cumbria.


Dancing Feat are members of Cockermouth U3A, a charitable organisation with almost 750 members with activities as varied as bridge, art, Latin, fell-walking, walking football and yoga. Cockermouth U3A are appearing at Cockermouth Live!


The Fit'n'Active Theatre Company Drama group of Cockermouth U3A will be performing at St. Joseph’s hall at 2.00pm Saturday 30th June. A whole series of new sketches have been created for the festival.


The Early Music Ensemble Alte Musik, of Cockermouth U3A, are performing upstairs in the United Reformed Church.


Finally, Dancing Feat will be dancing in the street with the procession through town.


www.cockermouthu3a.org.uk Paul Tharagonnet


LAKELAND ROWING CLUB MEDAL WINNING CREWS


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LRC Hexham medallists Ayers, Cowan, Waterfield and McCumiskey


Lakeland Rowing Club came away from Hexham Regatta with four well-deserved medals after a series of extremely closely contested races.


Lakeland’s first silverware of the day went to James Waterfield in his single scull in the men’s Masters A (age 27-35) final, followed two minutes later by Nick Cowan who, having flown through his heat, won the men’s Masters E (age 55-59) final.


Double scullers Sam Ayers and Julia McCumiskey also medalled in the women’s Masters A-C (age 27-49) final.


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