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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 32 YEARS DERWENT VALLEY BUILDING LTD


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LEARNING ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT ~ ST. BRIDGET’S SCHOOL ~


Youngsters from St. Bridget’s School in Brigham have been learning about how to reduce waste and help keep their environment clean, thanks to Allerdale Borough Council.


Council Education and Enforcement Officer, Claire McAvoy has been working with almost 100 children from the school, teaching the keen pupils about reducing waste, recycling, littering and dog fouling.


Workshops were held with four classes and the children made posters on what they had learned, highlighting messages they would like to spread to residents in their village. Posters on waste reduction, dog fouling and littering were then placed around the village.


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FUNINTHE SUN! ~ MARY PLATT METHODIST PRE-SCHOOL ~ Cumbria Limited


● New installations and alterations ● Fault finding ● Inspection and testing ● Spotlights and floodlights ● New consumer units and replacements ● Smoke, heat and CO detectors ● Re-wires and new builds ● Competitive rates ● Friendly and reliable service


Over 50 years ago, Mrs. Mary Platt started a ‘Play Group’ in the church hall at Lorton Street Methodist Church to give Mums and Dads a break from parenting for a few hours. Many parents will remember the Play Group fondly. Over the years, the requirement to meet an increasing level of regulations has brought the Play Group to its present arrangement as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) Pre-School – a charity that retains its links to the church as the ‘Mary Platt Methodist Pre- School’ and welcomes all children in the 2 to 4 year age-group. Today, over 40 children are cared for by the staff led by Sarah Westgarth and a committee of trustees headed by Hazel Purfield.


As temperatures recently soared in Cockermouth, the Pre-school held another very successful Annual Summer Fun Day, raising £700. This helps to raise funds to support the work that the Pre-school does. This year’s event was held to raise money to construct an all-weather base for a new wigwam for the Pre-school garden.


The children had great fun completing the sponsored obstacle course and doing the bug


INFO@COCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


hunt and our thanks to all who contributed and attended.


The event sums up the community and friendly ethos of the Mary Platt Methodist Pre-School, which provides pre-school education for children from 2-4 years during school days and offers the free 30 hours of government funding.


Let’s hope the sun shines on us again next year!


Mary Platt Methodist Pre-School Lorton Street, Cockermouth www.maryplattpreschool.co.uk


Chris Orr ISSUE 434 | 22 AUGUST 2019 | 44


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