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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 32 YEARS WRAP UP AND ENJOY


SOME DOWN TIME WORDSWORTH HOUSE AND GARDEN


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All services will be held on Sunday 8th December at 3.00pm


St Michael’s Church, Workington, CA14 2EZ St James’ Church, Whitehaven, CA28 7PY The Holy Trinity, Millom, LA18 5EY


The Helena Thompson Museum Workington, CA14 4DE (This service is a non-religious ceremony)


Christmas cards available in Wordsworth House shop. Picture: National Trust


The National Trust’s Wordsworth House and its lovely garden are closed for the winter but its gift shop on Cockermouth Main Street is very much open for business.


Have you had a diagnosis of cancer? Do you care for someone who has cancer?


Talking to others who have similar experiences can really help.


Please join us at our new Cancer Chat Group


Thursday 5th December @ 3.00pm The Wild Zucchini


17 Station Road, Cockermouth


For further information contact Jane n 01768 800350


In partnership with:


Cumbria Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) Registered office: Shaddongate Resource Centre, Shaddongate, Carlisle CA2 5TY Registered Charity No: 1119671. Company Limited by Guarantee No: 06178269


It’s packed with gorgeous Christmassy things, ranging from unusual decorations and cute cards to covetable handbags and scarves, inspiring books, cosy rugs and tasty treats.


Or, you could give the people you care about a whole year of special experiences with a National Trust gift membership, costing just £72.00 for a single adult and £126.00 for a whole family.


Wordsworth House shop is open from 10.00am to 4.00pm, Wednesday to Saturday, until 21st December.


Once the Christmas presents are organised, why not reward yourself by wrapping up and heading out for a relaxing walk?


CUMBRIA


PEST/HYGIENE & TRAINING SERVICES


We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!


Thank you for your support


For a fast and efficient service call 01900 824783 / 07725 235 818 or karen@cumbriapestservices.co.uk


INFO@COCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


With frost crunching underfoot, low winter sun making the moss glow green and waterfalls swollen and spectacular with rainfall, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the beautiful Borrowdale and Buttermere valleys.


In Borrowdale, there are easy-to-follow way-marked trails through


ancient


Atlantic oak woodland and along the shore of Derwentwater.


Choose from an amble around Cockshot Wood that starts beside the National Trust’s


Keswick


lakeside shop (ideal for any final Christmas shopping) or a walk in Great Wood, where


Enjoying a winter walk beside Derwentwater. Picture: National Trust/John Millar ISSUE 437 | 21 NOVEMBER 2019 | 36


you might spot red squirrels and even roe deer. Great Wood car park is just a mile outside Keswick.


If you fancy a touch of drama, head for Buttermere and experience the exhilarating rush of whitewater hurling itself into space. Sourmilk Gill thunders down almost 400m of steep fellside in one headlong cascade through the trees, making it the longest drop waterfall in the Lake District.


There is a pitched footpath beside Sourmilk Gill leading to Bleaberry Tarn but it’s very steep and the stones can be extremely slippery, so you might prefer to take in the scene from the bridge below as part of a walk around the lake.


Or, you could make for Loweswater and follow the path through Holme Wood to the base of Holme Force or ‘Grey Mare’s Tail’, a series of falls that spout from moss- covered rock arches to form mysterious pools.


To download your winter walk and find out about hassle-free National Trust parking, visit:


www.nationaltrust.org.uk/borrowdale.


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