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ROYALS ENJOY THEIR VISIT TO WILD CUMBRIA
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet Cumbria Wildlife Trust volunteers and staff.
Following their recent high- profile visit to Keswick, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took some time out during their busy schedule for a short walk with Cumbria Wildlife Trust volunteers Steve and Beth Pipe, alongside Conservation Manager David Harpley, in Patterdale.
The walk was an opportunity to talk about wildlife conservation issues impacting Cumbria, as well as a chance to take in some of Cumbria’s stunning views. Steve and Beth Pipe, who have written wildlife walk guides for Cumbria Wildlife Trust, planned the route, which took the party to a point to see views along Glenridding, over to Ullswater and up the valley to Kirkstone Pass.
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Beth Pipe said: “It was an absolute delight to spend time guiding The Duke and Duchess around this beautiful corner of Cumbria and chatting to them about how Cumbria Wildlife Trust is working hard to
Steve Pipe, David Harpley, Beth Pipe, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
protect, preserve and improve the many rare and precious habitats.
“They were both clearly very knowledgeable and care as passionately about the landscape as we do. It was also wonderful to hear first-hand how they're encouraging their own children to experience and engage with the outdoors.”
Charlotte Rowley Senior Marketing Officer Cumbria Wildlife Trust
SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB ~ IN ACTION AT COCKERMOUTH LIVE! ~
As a Club, we support Cockermouth Live! every year and we are proud to be part of it.
Our experienced teachers are all trained by our central organisation in Edinburgh. A weekly class starts with general warming up and gentle exercising of each part of the body and then we learn steps and formations, before putting them in to dances.
We also have a satellite group that dances at Bassenthwaite Parish rooms every week.
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The Cockermouth Live! event is such a good way of letting everyone discover what goes on in Cockermouth. Look out for our banner and keep an ear open for the music - don’t be shy, just come along and join in. We hear so much these days, about the need to keep fit and exercise for our wellbeing. This is an ideal way to do just that and make new friends.
Do come along and meet the members and have a go at some easy dancing on Saturday 29th June from 2.00pm in Christ Church Rooms, in South Street.
Our social form of dancing includes all ages and you do not need any previous experience. We have ceilidh dances, which are good for mixing people and our regular dancers will demonstrate some more advanced dances.
For further information: Cockermouth: contact Marion on 01900 81704, or Angela on 016973 20082
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