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


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LOCALS REAP THE BENEFITS FROM LAKE DISTRICT HOTELS CHARITY RAFFLE


Inn on the Square, the Skiddaw Hotel, Kings Arms Hotel in Keswick, Inn on the Lake, or the George Hotel in Penrith.


3RD PRIZE


Two 9” pizzas and two soft drinks at LB’s Pizza House in Keswick, went to Judith Easton from Little Broughton


Maria Quigley (Skiddaw Hotel Sales Manager) and Olivia Marsden


A year-long raffle, organised by Lake District Hotels, launched earlier this year, has seen locals reaping the benefits, as the hotel group announced the prize winners for their first quarter draw.


The raffle offers fabulous prizes for each quarter, which have all been donated by Lake District Hotels; tickets were available to purchase from their seven hotels, as well as online and via Keswick School students, raising £1,788 which will go towards developing the food technology classroom at Keswick School.


1ST PRIZE


Sunday Lunch for a family of four, was awarded to Larissa Williams from Whitehaven


2ND PRIZE


Afternoon Tea for two, went to Cathy Leafe from Bothel


Both prizes were available to enjoy at either the Lodore Falls Hotel, Borrowdale Hotel,


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Dani Hope, Marketing Director for Lake District


Hotels, commented: “It was great to see the students getting behind our raffle, selling an impressive £884 worth of tickets. The school set them a challenge, where the student who sold the most tickets would win an Amazon voucher, so a big well-done to Olivia Marsden, who claimed the prize by selling 30 tickets.


“The second quarter of our raffle is now available, which offers a Brossen Steakhouse Experience for two as 1st Prize, which includes 35oz Tomahawk sharing steak, 3 sides and a bottle of house wine! Three lucky winners will be selected week, commencing 1st October, with all proceeds once again going to Keswick School.”


To be in with a chance of winning a prize from the second quarter draw, simply buy a raffle ticket for £2.00 from www.lakedistricthotels.net/raffle or pop in to one of Lake District Hotels.


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Sunday Lunch in the Beautiful Borrowdale Valley


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COMMUNITY PROJECTS ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR WIND FARM MONEY


Charitable and community groups in the Tallentire area are being called on to apply for funding to make a difference in their area.


Established by RES and managed by Cumbria Community Foundation, the Tallentire Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund, awards grants of up to £10,000 and support projects in the parishes of Bridekirk, Blindcrake, Gilcrux and Plumbland.


The fund accepts applications from community projects, giving priority to activities that are environmental, educational, sporting, or community related.


Gary Higgs, Grants and Donor Services Officer at Cumbria Community Foundation, said: “We’re delighted to open the latest round of funding and provide financial support to make sure that the needs of the community are met.


“To date, 23 projects have received a share of £280,000 and the money has made improvements in village halls, provided activities for youngsters, updated playground equipment, purchased catering equipment for a lunch club and provided life-saving equipment for the First Responders group.”


Plumbland Community Group received £4,132 to set up a local breakfast club and purchase outdoor play equipment for the youth club. Secretary, Sharon Stephenson, said: “We wanted to encourage youngsters to meet up with their friends outdoors, rather than just communicate via computers. The grant has brought our community together.”


The fund is open for applications until 24th August. For more information, visit www.cumbriafoundation.org or call Gary Higgs on 01900 825760.


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