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HIGHAM HALL Job Vacancy
Full-time Cook Preparing breakfasts, lunches and dinners
7.5 hour straight shifts between 7.00am and 8.00pm, some weekends, rota with our three other cooks
The right person will be:
• an appropriately experienced cook • willing to be part of a team • flexible, professional and amiable
£8.67 per hour (37.5 hours per week) Visits to see us are welcome
Full details and an application form available from: www.highamhall.co
Higham Hall 017687 76276
Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth, CA13 9SH Charity number 1124959
HIGHAM : SOCIAL MEDIA
At Higham, we try to make it easy for Tutors and (even prospective) Students to link directly with one another, as what we value is the opportunity for communal interaction that can be of benefit for all. Therefore, as well as our website which, essentially, is a more detailed representation of our printed brochure, we also use currently have three 'channels' of 'social networking' for people to use.
All three channels we use are popular but have different functions.
One being a popular detailed utility for words and pictures and conversations. one being a more minimalist utility for words and the other being more minimalist for pictures. We need not mention their names, as they are well-known, and you can find links to our three channels at the bottom of our website page. Needless-to-say, many businesses and individuals use them these days.
Some people may prefer one of these, some may use a couple, or some may use none at all. The important thing, in our view, is that these publicly and freely available tools are available to those who find them useful. We know that many of our freelance tutors are reliant on these channels of communication to be able to relay relevant information to those who are interested in what they offer. They are becoming very important tools for them.
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m exceptional blooms for the judge to decide on!
Lynne gave a fascinating talk, showing us so many of our common wildflowers. These in the ‘olden days’ were used as food, drink, medicines, perfumes, flower shop and a floral calendar. These days, children often know more garden flower varieties, than the flowers of our meadows and verges.
Lynne went on to show so many common wildflowers. Wild garlic and the allium seen in our garden, geranium, bluebell, foxglove and dandelion all have relatives we cultivate.
Chairman Norman Brayton thanked Lynne for her interesting talk and prizes were awarded for the show.
Bothel Gardening Club held their ‘Club Spring Show’ and Lynne Brunetti
spoke on ‘Wildflowers and their Garden Relations’.
Forty-two members and four guests attended and even though the number of entries for the show was low, there was still a good show and some
Members Spring Show RESULTS
Class 1. 4 daffodils – cut stems in water. Helen Braithwaite.
Class 2. 4 narcissus – cut stems in water. Joan Moore.
Class 3. 4 miniature multi-headed narcissi/daffodils – cut stems in water. Lynn Chapelhow.
Class 4. Spring bulbs growing in a container. Joan Moore.
Class 5. 4 tulips - cut stems in water. Lynn Chapelhow.
Class 6. Mixed daffodils – no more than 8 in a vase. Helen Braithwaite.
Class 7. A vase of mixed spring flowers. Sheila Watson.
Class 8. A stem of a flowering shrub. Joan Moore.
Class 9. 4 pansies or viola blooms in water. Joan Moore
Class 10. Photograph – ‘spring bulbs’ Norman Brayton
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