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


HIGHAM HALL


Higham Hall was originally built in 1828 by businessman Thomas Hoskins, who could have sight of the railway he had shares in which used to run along the route now followed by the A66. It saw service as a Youth Hostel and a Girl’s Boarding School, before becoming an Education Centre in 1975 for Cumbria.


In 2007, Higham Hall was sold by the Council to a new Trust to be run independently as ‘a centre of learning for adults of all ages’. Trustees were appointed and a mortgage was sought successfully. Many new Tutors have joined us from all over the UK – each with a new expertise to share.


A dozen years on, thanks to loyal and like-minded people who continue to come to this special place, today, Higham is blossoming as one of just a few enduring adult residential colleges. The possibility to attend courses just as a day student is popular with local people.


Interested? Come along and see for yourself.


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


£21,000 per annum Visits to see us are welcome


Full details and an application form available from: www.highamhall.com/jobs-at-higham


Higham Hall 017687 76276


Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth, CA13 9SH Charity number 1124959


COCKERMOUTH POST


WE STILL HAVE VACANCIES FOR DELIVERY ROUNDS


Join our 30-strong delivery team of all ages and help us deliver the Cockermouth Post each month door-to-door


Please call or email Helen and Mike on 01900 824655 • info@cockermouthpost.co.uk


INFO@COCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK BE INSPIRED!


Hi, I’m Carole Tubman and I’m employed by Cumbria County Council`s Community Learning and Skills Service. We are an OFSTED rated ‘good’ service that provides a wide range of courses, workshops and events for adults aged 19+ across Cumbria.


Our courses include: English, ESOL, Maths (from entry level through to GCSE), Science, Employability, Digital Skills, Arts, Languages and Health and Wellbeing. We aim to offer something for everyone!


As Allerdale Community Development Worker, I get to promote these fantastic learning opportunities that can improve people’s lives. I also work in partnership with organisations including Job Centre Plus, schools, children`s centres and with local community groups, to run courses which meet the learning needs of the community. Many of our courses are FREE and offer an ideal chance for people to learn a new skill, meet new people and build confidence. We often find many of our learners, once they join a course, catch the learning bug and return year after year.


I love my job, as no two days are the same and I get to meet a wide range of


people, from those wanting to improve their chances of gaining employment, to those wanting to learn a new skill to turn into a hobby.


If you are interested in finding out more about our services, or if you have any suggestions for new courses we could run, please get in touch.


I look forward to speaking with you. #JoinUs #BeInspired


Telephone 01900 706023 Email: carole.tubman@cumbria.gov.uk


ISSUE 434 | 22 AUGUST 2019 | 20 ~ COMMUNITY LEARNING AND SKILLS SERVICE ~


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