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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 32 YEARS PERCY HOUSE GALLERY


SUMMER HOLIDAY PROGRAMME MONDAY


TUESDAY Summer Selection


PERCY HOUSE GALLERY 38-42 Market Place, Cockermouth


01900 829 667


Peter Worswick is an award-winning artist who has been painting for over 20 years.


Over the years, he has developed his own distinctive style and his tremendous talent has been rewarded by invitations to exhibit at Kensington Palace and many other


prestigious


galleries throughout the UK.


Born in Blackburn, Peter showed


early artistic


talent but upon leaving school, he trained as an electrician, only painting in his spare time. It was a further 5 years before he decided to commit himself to painting on a full-time basis.


Percy House


Peter works in oil and other mediums. This allows him to create images that combine both rich and delicate colours, along with numerous textures. This attention to detail also enables him to create beautiful and highly sought-after figurative works.


Peter also paints under the pseudonym 'Ruby Keller'. www.percyhouse.co.uk


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


22nd July Cookery Sausage Rolls Crafts


Rainbow Streamers


29th July Crafts


Egg Heads Food


Mikado Fruit Kebabs


5th August Crafts


Owl Tin Cans Visitor


Zumbawith Danielle


12th August Visitor


Police Dog


Demonstration Crafts


Glass Painting


19th August Outing


Cockermouth Parks


10.00am - 4.00pm 26th August


Bank Holiday CLOSED


2nd September Cookery Pancakes Crafts


Decorated Jars


23rd July Crafts


Lakeland Weather Forecaster


Crafts Edible Jewellery


30th July Baking


Mini Victoria Sponge Cakes


Visitor Michael - Owls


6th August Activity


“ Messy Day!”


Bring a change of clothes


13th August Outing


Cockermouth Parks and Bird Watching


10.00am - 4.00pm


20th August Activity


Garden Skills Visitor


Zumbawith Danielle


27th August Food


Rice Krispies Treat Pops


Crafts Wallpaper Crafts


3rd September Crafts


Didgeridoos Activity


‘Kapla’ Building Competition


WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


24th July Outing


Cockermouth Mountain Rescue and Cockermouth Parks


10.00am - 4.00pm


31st July Activity Prize Quiz Food


Summer Treat Pots


7th August Visitor


Pizza Making with Lucy


Crafts Pom-Pom Making


14th August Activity


Guessing Games Crafts


Painted Stones


21st August Activity


Spa Day / Tattoos Activity


Den Building Competition


28th August Crafts


Special Envelopes Crafts


Sombrero Hats 4th September


BACK TO


SCHOOL


cockermouthafterschoolscheme@btconnect.com www.cockermouthafterschoolscheme.co.uk 01900 828199 or 07419 126195


Registered charity: 1006822 • Ofsted Registration: EY320746 ISSUE 433 | 18 JULY 2019 | 14


25th July Visitor


Tai Chi with Ros Crafts


Party Baskets


1st August Outing


Cockermouth Parks


10.00am - 4.00pm


8th August Visitor


Police Dog


Demonstration Crafts


Money Trees


15th August Visitor


Volcano Cakes with Lucy


Crafts


22nd August Activity


Bowling Games Activity Prize Bingo


29th August FUN DAY!


With Bouncy Castle Games and Treasure Hunt


26th July Food


Make your own lunch Crafts


Plaster of Paris Painting


2nd August Activity


Large Domino Rally Crafts


Cartoon Bookmarks


9th August Outing


Harris Park


Bowling Club 9.30am - 4.00pm


16th August Activity


Obstacle Course Crafts


Hanging Japanese Fish Hawaiian Flower Lei


23rd August Baking


Savoury Muffins Crafts


Picture Framing


30th August Activity


Tablecloth Designs Crafts


Decoupage Pots


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