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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS LAKELAND PAVING DRIVEWAY & PATIO SPECIALISTS


•Driveways•Patios•Paths• •Walling•Fencing•Turfing•


Installation, Service and Repair Natural Gas and LPG Bathrooms Heating, Radiators and Underfloor General Plumbing Work


Telephone 07717 765 199 WALL&TREE


COCKERMOUTH • Tree surgery, maintenance and removals • Garden maintenance and make overs • Small landscaping projects undertaken • Fencing repairs and installation • Chainsaw work, firewood processing and splitting


Tel: 01900 828947 Mob: 07907 225 316 Email: moose.moore@live.co.uk


•Free Estimates•Free Advice Guaranteeing work to the highest standards


For a professional and reliable service please call


T.01900 828164 M.07706 931 505 email: lakelandpaving@hotmail.com


COCKERMOUTH ALLOTMENT & GARDEN ASSOCIATION


The warmer weather and long light nights benefit all plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, vegetables and the weeds.


Craig Muller


07990 543 324 / 01900 268 156 othpservices@gmail.com


Neil Ritson 07793 135012 • 01900 823368


CONSERVATORIES & WINDOWS


Your Local Craftsman at Competitive Prices with over 25 years experience!


CONSERVATORIES • WINDOWS DOORS • PORCH GUTTERING FASCIAS AND SOFFITS


FAILED UNIT DOUBLE GLAZING REPAIRS COCKERMOUTH FRIENDS OF


CANCER RESEARCH UK For donations or In Memoriam gifts please telephone: 017687 76582


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


The definition of a weed is the right plant in the wrong place, in other words a plant which is growing but not required in that position, or probably not sown or planted by the gardener. Removal of these is essential to keeping any garden looking tidy and well-maintained. The best tool for this is the Dutch or garden hoe and using this on warmer dry days cuts the roots of weeds, which die. The hoe breaks up the surface to a fine tilth, which reduces the loss of moisture, thus benefiting the plants you want to keep.


Many of the ‘allotmenteers’ in and around Cockermouth are not members of an association affiliated to National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners. Non-members do not have the opportunity to avail themselves of the recent introduction by the National Society of free public liability insurance for members of a local Association. This


scheme has just been introduced and we believe it is a very good benefit for any member of our association, even if the member does not wish to, or cannot attend meetings or events. This is one of the benefits of membership of the association, together with the discounted seeds from Kings’ Seeds, the ability to share problems and successes with other members and the discount on anything gardening at WCF Cockermouth. If you want further information, please contact us, or come along to a meeting and see what we do.


On a lighter note, Cockermouth Show is encouraging entries to the vegetable and flower classes from any growers and gardeners. It is our local show and we should all try to support it.


Our next meeting will be on 26th June, at The Swan Inn on Kirkgate at 7.15pm for 7.30pm. Come along and join us to talk about all things gardening.


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