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Letter from the Editor
By next week the election will be over, and then we can get on to the serious business of summer holidays (and waiting for exam results).
What a summer it promises to be with festivals and shows galore, myriad local events and sunny days out to enjoy. From the Edwardian Festival to the Music in the Park, find out all about upcoming dates for the diary in our what’s on listing and on the arts and music pages.
Yet more people have visited our office to warn of scams. One of the more recent involves a bank scam where the caller asks you to call the number on the back of your card to verify their authenticity. Apparently they then stay on the line quietly listening. Another report received in the office involved a bogus lottery win. If you receive a phone call or letter that appears unusual, threatening or perhaps too good to be true, please get a second opinion from a friend or neighbour. Next month we are hoping to run a report about the Spartina grass which has receded a great deal over the last few years - we have photographs to prove it. Investigations are underway but perhaps you have some expertise here? If so please get in touch. Who know’s perhaps we will be returning to Grange-over-sands (rather than grass) in the years ahead. In what is a first for the country, our area proudly launches the UK’s first electric bike network built along a bike route this month. Combined with the train network we can offer both locals and visitors a new and unique opportunity which should bring myriad benefits to the area for many years to come.
Thanks to all the contributors, advertisers and our team who have put this issue together for you. LATE ENTRY - Get your running shoes on. Cartmel Fun Run: 4th July. More next month
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Thousands raised for Butterfly hugs The third Joe and Connie Calling has, so far, raised over £4,342 for the Butterfly Hugs Foundation. A spokesperson for the event told Grange Now: “This year’s event was a huge success, and even the weather was on our side. The event was well supported by local bands, musicians, singers and performers, all of whom came together to make it a fun filled family day. We would like to say a huge thank you to Rachel Pocklington who was commander in chief, and first founded the event 3 years ago.” As part of this year’s fundraising event, several members of the committee, including twelve year old Hannah Bradshaw, walked the Coniston to Barrow and the Keswick to Barrow and raised over £5,000 for the foundation.
Ava and Quinn walk the Coniston to Barrow Grange Solicitor, Kelly Walsh contacted Grange Now to say how proud she is of her children, Ava and Quinn, who walked the Coniston to Barrow on Saturday 6th May. Both are pupils at Grange Primary School and as Ava and Quinn are only 9 and 8 respectively, walking the 21.1 mile course is a fantastic achievement in itself but the youngsters managed to do it in under 7 hours.
Ava and Quinn decided to do the walk, along with Mum and Dad, to raise money for the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity in memory of their sister who was stillborn in 2006. Mum, Kelly, told Grange Now:
“we are immensely proud of them and their amazing efforts, even more because Ava had been poorly for 2 days before the walk but was determined to do it.” If you would like to sponsor Ava and Quinn visit: www.keswick2barrow.co.uk
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A vintage poster of Grange over Sands lido, found in an attic, made £380 at auction recently. Attributed to the well-known poster artist Frank Sherwin, it is believed to have been commissioned by British Railways in 1949 to promote railway journeys to the popular Edwardian resort and was printed by Jordinson & Co Ltd.
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The Victoria Hall Support Group has been formed!
By Andrew Troughton APFS
Many of you may have read in previous issues about the potential formation of a ‘friends’ group for the Victoria Hall. A number of enthusiastic local residents have now formed this group and named it the Victoria Hall Support Group (VHSG). We hope to run a number of fundraising and publicity events and also increase bookings for the hall. Look out for our VHSG stall at Grange’s Edwardian Festival this year.
The new Residence Nil Rate Band (effective from 6th April 2017) could increase the inheritance you can leave for your children by up to £80,000 from April, rising to £140,000 by 2020. The residence nil rate band is in addition to the standard Inheritance Tax nil rate band, which will remain frozen at £325,000 until April 2021. The additional amount will be phased in starting at £100,000 and increasing by £25,000 a year until it reaches £175,000 in April 2020.
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Pupils longlisted in national writing competition Two Grange teenagers have written their way into the final round of a national playwriting competition. Chloe M and Mollie S, Year 11 pupils at Cartmel Priory School, entered ‘Ward’ - a one act play about a couple undergoing chemotherapy - into the National Theatre’s New Views competition last month and are delighted to have been longlisted. “The writing group started with ten pupils. They met regularly to try different creative writing
techniques, explore issues that were important to them and to share ideas,” said Mrs Hauxwell, Head of English. “I was really impressed with the range of ideas that came from the group and the quality of the writing produced.” Chloe and Mollie’s play was pitted against 306 plays from 70 participating schools. “I have always enjoyed English so when I was told about the New Views competition, I was really excited to try it out!” said Chloe, “I was even more
excited when I found out we’d been longlisted.” As part of the project, the writing group was also given free tickets to see Ugly Lies the Bone at the National Theatre. A group of ten pupils travelled to London in March to do a tour of the Globe Theatre, visit the Tate Modern and watch the show. The New Views 2016 / 2017 Winning Play will be announced on Monday 5 June with performances on Tuesday 4 July in the Dorfman Theatre.
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National Trust members and volunteers as well as nonmembers, from the Lake District Area, get together throughout the year to enjoy a wide range of interesting events and activities such as talks, walks/visits to local NT venues and coach outings which take them further afield. They also have an annual holiday. It is a great opportunity to join with likeminded people, who are really passionate about the promotion, development and preservation of the many aspects of the Trust. Have you considered joining a supporter group? Why not go along, get involved, and help raise funds which are greatly appreciated by local properties and Rangers, on behalf of the National Trust? In June, there is an outing to Quarry Bank Mill, near Manchester Airport, where much has changed since
the Association’s last visit, some five years ago. Large amounts of Lottery-funding has enabled development of the whole area including extensive restoration of the upper walled garden and the glass-houses and a new a tea room.
The July outing is to Newby Hall, designed under the guidance of Sir Christopher Wren, the elegant, Georgian home of the Crompton Family.
This year’s holiday, in September, is to North Wales and Anglesey, staying near the Menai Straits and visits will include numerous places of interest. Subscription for each year is - £5 per person or £8 for two living at the same address. For more details and enquiries regarding membership contact the Membership Secretary on 01539 733837
New Moor Lane Playground, Flookburgh Moor Lane Play are holding their Annual Duck Race in Cark (near Cark Farm) at 3 pm on Sunday 4th June. Ducks can be bought the morning before on Flookburgh Square or on the day in Cark for £1 and there are cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. The Playground site
is now progressing well with the Car Park nearly finished and the groundworks started in preparation for installing equipment for all ages later this year. 85% of the total project cost (£170,000) has already been raised or pledged and there is now a final push to raise the remaining £25,000.
Edmund, a pupil at Dallam School, won the Burnsmead Shield while younger brother Edwin, a pupil at Grange Primary, won the
Try your skill at tennis and golf; tempt your taste buds with a burger or banger; tuck into delicious homemade cakes; take home Cumbrian puddings and traditional cheeses. Pick up some plants for your garden; browse the book stall; indulge in craft- made jewellery and original artwork. Try your luck at Hook a Duck and other fun games. Admire the Edwardian costumes in our Best Dressed Competitions – Ladies, Gents, Couples and Children for cash prizes. Park for free all day at Berners Close car park.
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boys duet came first in the SCMF Fluted Cups (up to 13 years) and Edmund won the S.W McIlroy Cup playing ‘Weeping Willow’ by Scott Joplin.
Vera Wall Memorial Shield. Edmund took first place in the Mabel Hargreaves Cup and Edin took second. The
Laze in a deck chair with an ice cream and listen to multi-talented and rhythmic Street and Jazz bands; stroll around the many and varied stalls; join in the fun with our Children’s Entertainer and Punch & Judy; ride the big red bus – free trips all day around town.
All this and more on Saturday 10th June, Park Road Gardens, Grange over Sands 10 – 4. Admission £2.50 adults. Accompanied children free. See you there!
Musical equivalent of the Brownlee Brothers! Just like the Brownlee brothers, the Hui brothers are making a habit of coming out at the top of the list too. Pianists, Edmund (Y8) and his younger brother Edwin (Y4) came home from the recent South Cumbria Music Festival carrying an armload of trophies between them.
Grange’s annual Edwardian Festival is back for a fantastic 24th year on Saturday 10th June in the Park Road Bandstand Gardens. A great day out for all the family from nought to ninety!
At the Westmorland Music Festival, Edmund won the Jubilee Cup while Edwin took home the Margaret Armitage Memorial Trophy and the Mrs reade Melody Cup. Both boys also played at the outgoing Mayor, Tricia Thomas’s recent Mayor’s concert.
Grange Now has learnt that eight ducks have disappeared from Grange duck pond at a cost of £300. A volunteer carer told Grange Now: “Within fourteen days of placing fifteen new ducks, at a cost of £595, on the pond, eight were taken. Sadly, this isn’t the first time this has happened as there were two occasions during 2016 when new ducks were taken shortly after being placed on the pond.” It is not thought that this is the work of a predator as there is no sign whatsoever of any sort of attack. Due to the cost and the seriousness of the loss the police have been informed. Additionally, a reward has been offered to anyone who can provide any information in respect of the alleged theft. The breeds of the missing ducks are: Marbled Teals, Ringed Teals, European Green Winged Teal and European Pochard.
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The ‘Mind, Body and Soul/Spirit’ Event which started at 10am and ended, following a ceilidh, late in the evening has raised nearly £3,000 so far. Shelley told Grange Now, “For many years I have done a charity event for different causes every year. I will be
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Bowling over the competition Ann Anderson and Laraine Keating from Lindale Bowling Club won the Over 60’s ladies doubles tournament at Askam Bowling Club on 19th May.
A long day with the pair winning five matches.Congratulations to them both. Lindale Bowling Club is always pleased to see new faces and anybody wishing to have a go at bowling will be most welcome.
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Lottery funding takes the chill off the hall
Thanks to a £10,000 grant from the National Lottery, Lower Holker Village Hall (LHVH) has just updated the heating system in the Main Hall at a cost of £10,776 for 4 new heaters and installation costs. LHVH would like to express their gratitude for this award which has enabled them to maintain the Hall for continued use by the community. The balance of £776.00 was paid for out of the Hall’s own funds.
New health walk for Grange
A new weekly Grange Health Walk starts at 11am on Thursdays from the rear car park of the Age UK superstore. The main walk lasts around 1 hour, but a shorter and gentler walk is also available. Contact Ewen Cameron on 07929 833528 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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On Tuesday 27th June, Age UK are starting a new weekly seated exercise class for the over 50s at the United Reform Church in Grange (2-3pm). As well being a lot of fun, the exercises have been designed with daily living routines in mind and should help improve balance, mobility and posture. Call Age UK on 01539 728180.
Walking for Rosie Julia Brown from Flookburgh is organising a guided walk, to Chapel Island from Sandgate, in aid of her niece, Rosie. Julia’s sister, Sarah and her husband Stuart are doing a number of events to try and raise the £10,000 needed to renovate their home for Rosie. Born on 9th January 2014, Rosie was a normal, healthy little baby. Sarah and Stuart, who already had two boys, were delighted with the arrival of a little girl and for four months everything went along smoothly for them as a family. When she was just four months old, Rosie had a seizure while out shopping with her mum and sadly it was to be the first of many. No medication worked and the seizures continued and Rosie’s development stopped completely. Now aged 3, Rosie can’t see, sit,
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talk or walk. Her brain did not develop fully and sadly despite many tests doctors have no idea what is wrong with her.
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Thursday, June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th at 10.45am at Age UK Superstore rear car park. Grange Health Walk for 30 or 60 minutes. Phone Ewen Cameron on 07929 833528 for information. Fri 2nd/9th/16th/23rd/30th W.I.Hall Orchard Road Arnside LA5 ODP. Local home made baking and produce. Plants.Free entry. Refreshments available.
Tues 6th/13th/20th/27th - Cartmel Health Walk - meet at Cartmel Racecourse grandstand 10.45am. Contact Ewen Cameron on 32319 Wednesday 7th/14th/21st/28th - The Feel Good Singalong, Allithwaite Community Centre, Quarry Lane. 11am-12pm. £6. Facebook page- SONG BIRDS Ulverston
Wed 7th/14th/21st/28th - Ballroom Dancing Classes. Beginners/ Improvers 7-8.30pm. Intermediate/ Advanced 8.15 - 9.45pm with IDTA teacher. Allithwaite Community Centre. Telephone Emma on 07399 096547. Tues 13th/20th/27th Circle Dancing. No partner or dance experience needed. Gentle exercise for body and mind. Allithwaite Community Centre 2.154.15. £7 per week. Helen Brooks 015395 35022
Thurs 15th// 22nd/ 29th – Singing for Memory at Allithwaite Community Centre run by Grange Soroptimists. For people with memory or speech difficulties or dementia. Janice 58001, Isabel 36378, Sheila 33422 for information and booking.
MUSIC IN THE PARK SUMMER 2017
THE EDWARDIAN BANDSTAND
4 JUNE MC FLOOKBURGH BAND Sponsored by: Sedgwick Court Wheelers
11 JUNE VH MORECAMBE TOWN BAND Sponsored by: The Edwardian Festival
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CONCERTS COMMENCE AT 2.00P.M Wet weather venues Victoria Hall VH or Methodist Church MC Concerts correct at time of going to press. Please check with Grange Information Centre: 015395 34026
Fri 2nd - Grange Garden Society - Visit to Clearbeck House, Higher Tatham. Travel by car.
Sun 4th June - Foodbank Collection - Catholic Church, Kents Bank Road. 1-3pm.
Foodbank collection All the usual items please plus sanitaryware. Sunday 4th June, 1-3 pm in the Father Magner rooms, St Charles Church, Kents Bank Rd.
Tues 6th - Grange Fibromyalgia and M.E/C.F.S Friends. 2pm to 4pm, Living Well Cafe, Thornleigh Hotel. Enquiries: 33022 Wed 7th - Barrow Blind Society Grange over Sands Club. Every first Wednesday in the month. Abbot Hall Hotel. 2 - 4pm.
Thurs 8th - 3P’s Group AGM. 2pm in the Victoria Hall. Everyone welcome.
Fri 9th - Flookburgh Village Hall. Official opening of the new kitchen at 11am. Sat 10th - Edwardian Festival
Mon 12th – Grange Probus Club, 10.30am for 11 at the Netherwood Hotel, Derek Jackson on “the Power of Speech”. Visitors welcome for £5 (including refreshments).
Wednesday 14th Sequence and Ballroom dancing with live music from Ian Midgley on the Keyboard 2pm - 4.15pm. Admission £4. Allithwaite community centre. More details 07941 289 240
Mon 19th - Cartmel and District Flower Club. Kate Russell & Patti Dawson, ‘Come into the garden, Maud’. Cartmel Village Hall at 2pm. Visitors welcome.
Thur 22nd - Grange Forum trip to New Lanark World Heritage Site
Thurs 22 June – Grange WI. RC Church Meeting Room, 7.30 pm. Jan Abbott ‘Never too late’ – how to change your life! Contact Margaret on 36735 for more details.
Thurs 22nd - Jazz Appreciation Society - Bardsea’s Malt Kiln Village Hall. Includes: Marty Paich, A Half Hour with Hodges and The Art of Pepper. More info: Roy Booth 01524 853335. Sat 24th/Sun 25th June - Arts and Crafts Fair. Cartmel Village Hall. Artists/Crafters to reserve a Table Telephone: 015395 34305+ Sat 24th - Grange Garden Society Coffee Morning and Plant Sale in Methodist Hall, Kents Bank Road, Grange.
Sat 24th - Cartmel Methodist Church coffee morning. 10am - 12 noon. The Chapel by the river.
Tues 27th - T Pot Stop - Everyone is welcome to join us for a chat, tea, cake and much more at Allithwaite Community Centre on the last Tuesday of the month between 10.30 - 12.30. Tues 27th - Gentle Exercise South Lakeland Age Uk United Reform Church, Grange. 2 - 3pm. For more information please ring: 01539 728180
VICTORIA HALL Fri 2 Concert Club Gala Concert: Castalian String Quartet 8pm
Sun 4 Come Dancing with Grahame & Bernice Baldwin 7.30pm
Wed 7 Natural Voice Singing Workshop 1.30pm.
Wed 7 – Sat 10 Grange Drama Taking Steps by Alan Bennett 7.30pm nightly Weds: 14, 21 & 28 Dance Lessons with James Reeder 7pm
Mon 12 Michael L Hodgson Property Auction 2.30pm Fri 16 Social Dancing (not sequence) 7.30pm
Sat 17 Victoria Hall fundraiser - VOCE in concert 7.30pm
Tues 20 U3A monthly meeting 10.15am Fri 30 Concert Club: Martin Roscoe - Piano 8pm Yoga Classes:
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Wed 14th - Newton and Field Broughton WI will host their monthly meeting at 7.15pm at Lindale Village Hall. The speaker will be Stewart Lambert from Kitridding Farm and his topic will be “All aspects of farming”.
Wed 14th June 1.30pm - 4.00pm at Cartmel Village Hall. Getting the most from your camera, tablet or smartphone. Age UK are working with the Brewery Arts centre to offer this free IT course. Places must be booked in advance on 01539 722833 ext. 273.
Fri 16th - Grange Garden Society - Re-interpreting the herbaceous border with Tom Attwood. Exhibition night. 7.30pm. URC Hall, Grange. 7.30pm.
VIP reception from 7pm : wine, canapés, “The Roxettes” jazz band, archive film clips £12 in advance (film only: £6 on the door) Profits to St. Mary’s Hospice (other classic offerings : “BRIEF ENCOUNTER” Tues 13th June 4.00pm, “REBECCA” Thurs 6th July 8.00, “CABARET” Sat 15th July 8.00, “NOW VOYAGER” Thurs 27th July 8.00)
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Courgettes with their wonderful golden trumpet like flowers and runner beans deep orangey reds are a must for me, but it’s also worth growing a few other bits and bobs to add further colour. This isn’t only good for the soul making the allotment visit more pleasurable but also helps attract pollinators and other beneficial insects.
flowering is achievable if you cut them back at the start of this month, Lavender and Hyssop are both useful and attractive. If you grow Sage make sure it is a flowering variety as these are amazing at attracting bees. You can attract hoverflies whose larvae eat aphids by planting Dill, Pot Marigolds (calendula officinalis) both of which are edible, or another favourite of mine the ‘poached egg’ plant or limnanthes douglasii with it’s daisy like flowers that self seeds with abandon. Along with the plants I have mentioned and the obvious nasturtiums you can grow other edible flowers such as violas or the less well known tulbaghia violacea (pictured) or ‘Society Garlic’, so called as you can eat the garlicky flowers and leaves without offending the more polite in society. A fact I’ve unfortunately been unable to test!
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The Grange in Bloom Group are continuing to improve the Station Gardens and thanks to the local Beavers Group the Golden Border was a picture this spring. Thanks to Claire and her group of Beavers (pictured) who turned up in their hi viz jackets and head torches in the dark and seemed to have great fun. A new seat has been installed in a sunny spot opposite the bus stop seems to be well used. This was kindly provided and put in place by Arriva North. In the future we are hoping to have a picnic table. The group are entering the station gardens in the It’s Your Neighbourhood award in Cumbria in Bloom again this year and we hope to be judged ‘Outstanding’ again. We held a meeting of all volunteer groups with the prospect of entering the town in to Cumbria in Bloom again. Everyone felt that we should have another year to improve the gardens and possibly enter again in 2018. If you have an area near you
that could benefit from some TLC and you’re willing to help improve it, then get in touch with Jan Tomlinson 36919. We are organising another Open Gardens again this year on Sunday 9th July from 10am to 5pm. The theme this year is ‘Town’ and ‘Secret Gardens’. All the gardens are in central Grange with a walking trail around them. The garden trail will include Park Road Gardens where weather permitting there will be Music in the Park at 2pm. Refreshments and plants will be for sale at various gardens. We hope you’ll all come and support us as the funds raised are used to improve the gardens around town.
NATURE & GARDENING
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This promises to be a great year for the reserve. The top field gets better year on year with more early purple orchids and cowslips than ever, so hopefully a better year for the butterflies like the Fritillaries. A recent second report of a Grasshopper warbler too, although it is likely passing through, but the Willow warbler can still be heard on Blawith bank. A U3A group was taken round in early March and saw a total of 13 Hawfinch, whilst myself saw 21 in one day. They are rarely seen in the summer. The coppice area is also doing well with lots of speckled woods and white butterflies and birds such as the Chiffchaff and Black cap. The cattle are on the reserve now, so if you are planning a visit please keep them on leads, alternatively you can always come on one of our scheduled walks by contacting the Cumbria Wildlife Trust on; 01539816300. Thanks, Tony.
The Swifts are back
Just last weekend our local population of swifts arrived to spend the summer with us. Despite a few earlier arrivals the majority seem to arrive en masse about the 5th of May each year. It is quite remarkable how they do it. The Swifts in the Community conservation groups will be active again this year, monitoring and surveying swifts and encouraging home owners, whose properties have nesting swifts, to value them and allow them to carry on using their property as a nest site. Swift numbers have reduced by nearly 50% in the last few decades, and it is thought the
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of their chosen locations. ‘The Swifts in the Community project’ has volunteer groups spread across South Cumbria including Grange, Arnside, Silverdale, Carnforth, Warton, Yealand, Burton, Heversham, Milnthorpe and Kendal.
Anyone interested in joining the Grange group or possibly becoming involved in the project at another location, please contact the project co-ordinator, Peter Moreton, through the Swifts in the Community project web site www.swiftsinthecommunity-cumbria.org.uk where more information can also be found about the project’s activities.
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Artist of the month Artist/Printmaker Tom Harforth Newby Bridge based artist/ printmaker, Tom Harforth is the subject of this month’s Artist of the Month. Tom is currently exhibiting at the Brewery Arts Centre (May 20th – July 22nd) in what is his first major solo exhibition. Are you from Cumbria Tom? I am originally from Lancashire but moved to the south lakes 16 years ago, where the surrounding countryside has provided continuing inspiration to my work. I attended John Ruskin School in Coniston; from there I went to Barrow
Sixth Form College where the honing of my artistic skills began, at A level and then on the BTEC foundation. Continuing on from this I enrolled on the Fine Art Degree course at the University of Central Lancashire. It was here where I found my niche, after exploring the visually rich urban landscape. When did you develop an interest in art and what or who first got you interested? My interest in art really began at school, where my art teacher introduced me to a wider and more abstract set of creative
skills. From there I developed my knowledge of art at Sixth Form College and that is where I discovered printmaking. I have since developed my art practice by studying fine art printmaking at the University of Central Lancashire. It was at my degree show where I was approached the Brewery Arts Centre curator Jamie Barnes, who not only asked me to exhibit my degree show but also commissioned me to produce a series of prints about the Brewery’s history, it was very fitting to my practice to respond to old photographs of the Brewery in its past states and produce a new series of artworks for my current exhibition there ‘Structure of Decay’. Where do you get your inspiration from? My subject matter revolves around the textures of decaying landscapes. Through my work I focus on the fragile, weathered and ageing characteristics of abandoned structures, natural form and surfaces. I work with scale and composition, often in contrasting modes; this is to affirm the feel and impact from the original locations. Presenting my work is an area in which I use a variety of mechanisms from the traditional frame to within archival drawers, artists’ books, to sculptural wall arrangements
and installations. With my practice I am pushing the traditional forms of printmaking and trying to test new approaches, while trying to keep the manual and analogue essence of printmaking. At what time of day do you work best? After graduating I was lucky enough to be able to set up my own studio, where I work from most days, I balance my artwork with working at the family business. It is from my studio where I have initiated, developed and produced the ‘structure of decay’ series for the Brewery. What’s next for Tom Harforth? I am currently developing my own range of hand printed wrapping papers, gift tags and postcards, influenced by the colours, textures and patterns which inspire me in my daily life and which draw on my current art practice. As well as this I am co-producing a set of joint artworks with fellow artist Tina Dempsey, the work combines our contrasting art practices. We are planning to host this exhibition later in the year. I am also able to take on commissions. To discuss a proposed commission, contact me at email@example.com. www.tomharforth.com
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Grange artist, Annie Southward, is coming back to Grange Library, to share her beautiful paintings in an exhibition called, ‘Annie’s Iona’. Annie told Grange Now: “This exhibition of paintings is of my most recent trip to Iona. I just love the tremendous unique light and vibrant colours of the island.” Annie manages to capture both in her wonderful seascapes which are acrylic on canvas. Annie also produces a wide range of prints and cards, both of which will be available to purchase at the exhibition. If you can’t manage to get to the library between 20th June and 14th July you can contact Annie on: 07787 226 564.
An eclectic mix of musical entertainment Four music groups are coming together to perform a medley of popular favourites that definitely includes something for everyone. Furness Music Centre Community Orchestra, Windermere Orchestra, Morecambe ‘Ladies of Note’ Choir and Furness Music Centre Community Choir will entertain you for the evening with a wide range of scores including: on this, the 300th anniversary of Handel’s Water Music Suites, we are playing Suite No.1, also Bizet’s Farandole, Tchaikovsky’s 1812 overture (abridged – no cannons!) and O Fortuna from Carmina Burana (Orff). The choirs will include a rousing performance of Bohemian Rhapsody, the theme to Game of Thrones, Hallelujah from Shrek the musical, a toetapping Taste of Gershwin, May It Be from The Lord of the Rings, and the medley to accompany Pachelbel’s Canon. Don’t miss this entertaining evening at the Victoria Hall on Saturday 1st July at 7.30pm. £7 for adults, children free.
For their special Gala concert on Friday 2nd June Grange-over-Sands and district concert club is pleased to welcome the Castalian String Quartet which is rapidly emerging as an exciting voice on the chamber music scene. Over the last three years they have won top prizes at major international competitions including third prize in the 2016 Banff International Quartet Competition where they were the only European quartet to progress to the live rounds. Of their performance the Calgary Herald reported that “They seize motives with the core of their sound and press them into a service of thematic contiguity that is enviable, like an orator who knows how to convince with both passion and persuasion. Castalian String Quartet makes the simplest things we hear into the most important things we could ever want to hear” Last year they also won the audition to be selected for representation by the Young Concert Artists Trust. Sini Simonen (violin), Daniel Roberts (violin), Charlotte Bonneton (viola), and Christopher Graves (cello) will perform String quartets by Beethoven, Bartok and Brahms. The Gala concert starts at 8pm in the Victoria Hall, Grange on Friday 2nd June. Admission is £12 which includes a drink and canapés.
I’ve Got Rhythm On Tuesday 4th July, Levens Choir will join forces with the celebrated jazz band from Queen Elizabeth School, Kirkby Lonsdale, for an evening of foot-tapping jazz numbers and standard favourites.
From Lloyd Webber’s ‘Skimbleshanks the Railway Cat’ to George Gershwin’s ‘Summertime’ and Billy Joel’s wistful ‘And So It Goes’ to James Morgan’s upbeat take on ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’, the award-winning choir will show a very different side to its character from recent concerts. A spokesperson for
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The fourth concert in the Grange-over-Sands and district concert club’s programme on Friday 30 June (and not early July) is rather special.
Martin Roscoe, who lives locally and who during his illustrious career has become one of the UK’s most loved and respected pianists, has agreed to come and perform for us and will be giving us an preview of part of the Schubert concert he will play the following week at the Wigmore Hall in London to celebrate his 65th birthday. As he describes the
Levens Choir told Grange Now: “The choir runs a Choral Scholarship scheme to encourage talented young singers and we’re delighted that our current scholars, along with the QES jazz musicians, will show their skills with ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’, ‘Libertango’, ‘When Sunny Gets Blue’ and many others. The singers and players then come together for a stomping version of Fats Waller’s ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Gershwin’s ‘I Got Rhythm’. Tickets are available from The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal or on the door at Kendal Town Hall 7pm. Admission for children and students is free.
programme, after a delicious aperitif of the Two Scherzi, the sublime G Major sonata has to be one of the most beautiful of all of Schubert’s works and has strong pastoral undertones only rarely troubled by drama or sadness. Our concert continues with a French theme, with works by Ravel, Poulenc, Faure and Debussy.
Currently Professor of Piano at the Guildhall School of Music in London where he has recently been awarded a Fellowship, he is also artistic director of the Beverly Chamber Music Festival and the Ribble Valley International Piano week. The concert begins in the Victoria Hall, Grange, at 8pm on Friday 30 June. £12 at the door. Students admitted free of charge.
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Magical outdoor theatre and Holker Hall’s Courtyard is the perfect stage Campbell & Rowley are bringing an exciting and magical theatrical experience to the Courtyard at Holker Hall on Saturday 5th August, presented by Chapterhouse Theatre Company, Peter Pan is the perfect story for all generations.
Chapterhouse Theatre Company are delighted to present an all new production of Peter Pan. Join Wendy, Michael and John Darling on their adventures with Peter, far away on the magical island of Neverland. There they encounter the enchanting mermaids, magical fairies and the cruellest pirate of them all, Captain Hook. Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French and in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, J.M.Barrie’s timeless classic is brought to life in a brand new adaptation by award winning writer Laura
Turner, with beautifully designed costumes, music and songs. Join Peter and his friends for what promises to be the most magical evening of the summer. General Manager Ben Glover from Campbell & Rowley, who recently took on the role at The Courtyard and Ilex Bar & Brasserie, said; “Aside of the food service that we are developing here at Holker Hall we will be offering more events for the whole family to experience and make memories. The Courtyard lends itself to outdoor
theatre and we think this is the perfect show.”
All of this in the historical and atmospheric setting of the Courtyard at Holker Hall on a Summer evening, does it get any better? Food and beverages as well as pre and post-show catering will be on offer from the Courtyard Café and Ilex Bar & Brasserie to compliment the experience. Peter Pan, Written by J M Barrie, Saturday 5th August. Tickets cost £15 for an Adult and £10 for a Child. Available from the Courtyard Café or online.
Two new faces are Taking Steps with Grange Drama There will be two new members stepping onto the stage for Grange Drama when they perform the Ayckbourn farce, ‘Taking Steps’ at the Victoria Hall later this month. Mark Payne, fresh from his role as Luther Billis in South Pacific, takes on the role of ‘Leslie’, a dodgy builder on the verge of financial ruin who is desperate to sell the house to Roland, played by Steve Pollard. Howard St Quinton also joins the group and takes on the part of ‘Tristram’ Roland’s ineffectual and unassertive solicitor who manages to cause absolute havoc throughout. Held in the same week as the snap General Election, Taking Steps promises to be more than a little light relief and certainly well worth a viewing.
The play opens on Wednesday 7th June and runs nightly until Saturday 10th June, a nice end to Edwardian Festival Day. We advise that you book early as all seats are reserved. Adult £8 and under sixteen £4. Tickets are available from Grange Information Centre, online at: www. trybooking.co.uk/1407 or pay at the door on the night. Doors open at 7pm.
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Chapterhouse Theatre Company are delighted to present an all new outdoor theatre production of Peter Pan. Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French and in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, J.M.Barrie’s timeless classic is brought to life in a brand new adaptation by award winning writer Laura Turner, with beautifully designed costumes, music and songs. Join Peter and his friends for what promises to be the most magical evening of the summer.
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Try a taste of the Exotic! If you’ve had a few Barbecues already this year, chances are you’ll have tucked into a juicy Beef Burger, sampled a few Pork Sausages or even constructed your own Chicken Kebabs. But Ostrich Burgers? Wild Boar Sausages? These rather unusual meats probably won’t have made it onto most people’s charred Barbecue grills yet…but we think it’s about time! They offer something a bit different for meal times and are a fun way to get the kids to try different meats from around the world. Not only are these ‘wild’ meats incredibly tasty and flavoursome, they’re ethically sourced and they’re also (on the whole) very lean and healthy! Even the price
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Rob went on to say, “I’d like to thank Mrs Dean of Cartmel Priory School who has provided many pupils for work experience placements and part-time jobs.”
Wake Up to Organic on June 14th will champion the idea of switching to organic ingredients for your breakfasts and aims to show how easy it is to make the change. Here in the Low Sizergh Barn tea room we will be offering you a free mini organic breakfast. Each of the delicious dishes on our samples table will feature organic ingredients, including:
Watermill Organic Porridge – these oats, from the watermill at Little Salkeld, make a delicious and nourishing porridge. Side Oven Granola – Wood from Carr House Farm is used to fire an oven in their bakery. The ebbing heat is ideal for toasting the grains, cereals and nuts in their flavourful granolas. Carr House Apple Juice – The total journey from branch to bottle for the apple juice is a short walk from the farm’s organic orchard to its juicery.
The staff at Fish over Chips in Grange were absolutely delighted when they were told that their chippy had been voted as being in the top ten in the UK. In February this year, organisers of the competition, Fry Magazine, sent secret diners out to chips shops all over the country. The chip shop is run by father and daughter team, Rob and Farrah Sanbrook and they told Grange Now, “We were in complete shock when we were told because we knew nothing about it. We were told we had scored 100% on the quality of the food, cleanliness and service and only lost points on trivial things such as no wifi or staff name badges.”
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Why not sample them yourself? Fish over Chips are giving away 6 fish and chip suppers to the first correct answers drawn out of the bag. Q1. How many types of holland pies do we stock?
Organic Fruit Spreads, Organic Raw Mixed Nut Super Spread and Mixed Seed Butter originate from farther afield in Cornwall but combine to make the most tasty, toasty options. Mini smoothies made with organic Growing Well Spinach, grown and picked in the fields just across the farmyard, and apple juice from our own orchard apples will also feature.
We are in the first stages of organic conversion on the farm and in 2 years our milk and eggs will be organic. Both will be part of our Wake Up to Organic celebrations this year:
Low Sizergh Barn Free Range Eggs – Our 300 laying hens live in cabins in the fields near the farm and take free range literally; they can often be found pecking for worms in the lane, the car park and along the farm trail.
Low Sizergh Barn Raw Milk – This hard to find product is unprocessed – not pasteurised, skimmed, homogenised or filtered. You can see the cows in our milking parlour and then buy the fresh milk from the vending machine just a few yards away.
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Olive Robinson, wife of the Guide over the Sands, Cedric Robinson, has had the pathway leading to Clare Lane Bridge named after her. Mayor, Peter Endsor along with Cllrs’ were in attendance when she unveiled the ‘Olive Way’ plaque.
I would like to thank everyone for their support at the County Elections last month when I was returned with a much increased majority. While I was on the doorstep I picked up a number of issues residents wished me to address and over the next few weeks I will be dealing with these.
Good news Grange Town Council has agreed to continue supporting the Saturday 532 bus service and with the continued support from the other three Parish Councils in the Peninsula we will see this service run again
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Have you checked if you have access to Superfast Broadband? The Connecting Cumbria project to build a fibre broadband network around the county is on schedule. Over 91% of premises in Cumbria now have access to better internet access and the multi-million pound project will run until 2018. Over 5000 homes and businesses in Lower Holker and Grange over Sands can upgrade to superfast broadband, with more to come in 2017. How to benefit from better Broadband Using the internet delivers great benefits to everyone; gaining new skills and qualifications, finding a better paid job, getting better deals and saving money, more support at home, keeping in touch with family and friends as well as access to new services and support from GP’s, the NHS, local and national government. The financial benefits of using
the internet can range from around £1000 per year for a new user to £3500 for an advanced user. That’s worth over £5m per year (every year) to people in Lower Holker and Grange over Sands.
For business, superfast delivers access to new technology that can help a business reduce costs, deliver better service and grow faster, gaining new revenues and opportunities. For hotels, B&B’s and holiday lets there are new services that your customers now expect. A Digital Inclusion workshop for Lower Holker communities is arranged for 27th June 2017 at the Village Hall in Flookburgh, starting at 7.00pm, where you can find out what’s happening. Find out more at www.connectingcumbria.org. uk or watch out for posters with details of the workshop.
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Electrifying cycling around Morecambe Bay! In what is being hailed as a first in the country, a brand new electric bike network, run by local businesses, is launching around Morecambe Bay this summer.
It provides the perfect way to explore the villages, towns, countryside and coastline of Morecambe Bay with the assistance of an electric bike without the strain of steep inclines or having to break a sweat! It uses the Visit England Award winning Bay Cycle Way (NCN700) as the main spine of the Network, with hire and charge points located around the Bay, from the Furness Peninsula to Lancaster, making it what is believed to be the UK’s first long distance cycle route that is accessible by electric bike. It is hoped the new network will open up cycling around the Bay to a wider range of people such as those who are new or returning to cycling, and those who lack confidence or feel that their fitness is not up to exploring the area on a
traditional bike. It will also bring additional business to local cafes, accommodation providers and attractions in the area. Electric bike hire and charge points will be available at Gleaston Water Mill (Furness), Velo Bikes (Ulverston), Coal Yeat Cottages (Broughton Beck), Lake District Bikes (Lowick), Witherslack Bunk Barn (near Grange) and many others. Please see the website for the full list. Charge points available at: Conishead Head Priory, Grange Now (Grange), and Arnside Chip Shop. Bespoke Bikes in Flookburgh will offer a charge point and, as a centre of technical expertise for e-bikes, will be able to help with any technical issues. The network launches in July 2017. Find out more at www.mbayebikes.com
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Great Grange Bake Off Grange & District Lions Club Saturday 15th July 2017 Do you enjoy baking? Come and join us for a fun afternoon to raise money for the upkeep of the Victoria Hall in Grange. Bring your children and grandchildren to take part in the fun. Keep an eye on Grange Now for further information and contact Lion David Khan at The Pastures, Templand Lane, Allithwaite. email dave@ the-pastures.co.uk Daphne Rhodes, Secretary, Grange Lions Club
St. Mary’s Church The Big Breakfast event which was held by St Mary’s church Allithwaite on Saturday 20th May, in aid of Christian Aid. This was a huge success thanks to a great team effort. Organisers would like to thank everyone who baked, served on the day and, of course, attended the event. £469.05 was raised for Christian Aid.
St Peter’s, Field Broughton On Thursday 29th June, St Peter’s Field Broughton celebrates St Peter’s Day with a weekend of events at the church. Our congregation will join with St Peter’s Finsthwaite for a service at Finsthwaite at 6pm in the evening on the 29th with refreshments afterwards. On Saturday 24 June, a Words and Music performance starts at 7pm with refreshments afterwards, free entry, but donations greatly appreciated.
Grange Methodist Lively activity was evident at the Methodist Church in Grange on the Wednesday of Christian Aid Week, when there was a very busy coffee morning. Besides the usual card and book stall, there was a stall loaded with goodies. Lots of homemade cakes, jams, marmalades and other produce attracted many of the local folks and visitors. The proceeds were for Christian Aid. On Friday 19th May, the youth of Grange presented a programme of music, songs and poems, presented by Little Ant and Little
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On 15 June at 7pm there will be a Communion service for Corpus Christi. This is a very special service without hymns to celebrate the Eucharist. At a
Dec. Lots of mums, dads, aunts and uncles, grandpa’s and grannies were there in support. Dare Holland, a preacher from Coniston, appeared kitted up with rucksack, passport and other necessities for a traveller explaining in a very clear manner the abrupt way which some refugees are thrust out into strange circumstances and have to live in terrible conditions for an endless period of time. It helped us all to realise the difficulties of the problem. A collection was taken to support the charity, Christian Aid and refreshments were served in the hall afterwards.
candlelit table, we break bread and serve the wine to each other, remembering Jesus at the Last Supper. All will be very welcome.
Every Wednesday at 5.30pm, we hold a Christian Meditation session, run on principles of the World Community for Christian Meditation. The sessions consist of a welcome and short introduction followed by a twenty minute period of silence for meditation.
United Reformed Church Summer has started with our Women’s Guild Afternoon Tea which was a very happy occasion on Wednesday, 17th May. Our Church walks are always most enjoyable with the next one being on June 22nd, meeting at the Church at 11.30pm. Everyone is welcome to join this gentle stroll round Low Wood. Continuing our coming together with our Methodist friends, there will be a meeting after morning service on June 18th for discussion about the new Constitution that will be needed. All of the two congregations are welcome. There will also be a Community consultation on Wed 5th July at 10pm 12noon at the Methodist Church and then 2- 4pm at the URC. Reminder: All 10.30am Sunday services in June will be at the Methodist Church the first of these being led by Roger Jones. Services in July will be at the URC. Everybody welcome.
Cartmel Quakers Pause for Thought – Supporting Refugees Refugee Week from 19th to 25th June will be a time for Quakers to remind ourselves that, at the heart of our religious experience, is our belief in the equality of all members of the human race.
As we come together for Meeting for Worship each Sunday, we will be reflecting on our own aspirations not to say or do anything which implies lack of respect for the humanity of any person. We will also be
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On Sunday 25 June, there will be a 9.30am Thanksgiving Service of Holy Communion followed by a brunch barbecue provided by the Church Council with home produced sausages from Alex Morrell of Lots Farm. It would be useful to know numbers for the catering.
All welcome The Church meets every first and third Sunday each month at 10.30am. at Grange Primary School. For other meeting locations please call 015395 83455 or visit www.hopechurchgrange.org.uk
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asking ourselves whether we are living up to these ideals, not only in international and national relations but also in our individual relationships within our community – which has become and will remain multiracial and multicultural.
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The St Paul’s Spring Fair is on Saturday 3rd June in the Church between 10.00am and 12.00; admission £1 to include coffee/tea and biscuits.
There will be a variety of stalls, including cakes, books, haberdashery, tombola , plants and bric a brac plus a raffle with excellent prizes. Proceeds from the raffle will go towards the new railings around the terrace outside the west door. Please come along and support us.
variety of popular hymns and the story behind them.Come along and join the augmented choir in the singing. Enter into the spirit of the weekend and wear Edwardian dress if possible.
Sarah’s Acorn, a booklet on the history of St Paul’s Church has been updated by Penny Ward and now covers the period from the foundation of the church in 1852 up to 2016. Copies, £5, can be obtained from the Church.
The Edwardian Festival Songs of Praise is at St Paul’s on the 11th June at 6.00pm. It will include a
Now that the internal reordering has been completed, the Wednesday Eucharist at 11.00am, which has been held in the Fell Church for the past few months, is now being held in St Paul’s again.
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of 10.30am. June 11th sees Songs of Praise at St Paul’s Church, as the finish of the Edwardian Festival, at 6 pm.
At the recent Annual General Meeting the following officers were appointed. President: Revd. Jo Rand, Secretary: Revd. Andrew Norman, Treasurer: Mrs Liz Lewis, Publicity: Revd Noel Stancliff. Roger Jones will be at Abbot Hall, with a musical on Friday 2nd June at 8 pm All welcome. Then on Sunday 4th June he will be at the Pentecost Service at the Methodist Church at the usual time
At the time of writing Christian Aid week is almost here. The churches have sent £1000 to Christian Aid, as a result of the Organ Recital Concert by Peter Crompton earlier this year. The next meeting of Churches Together will be on Tuesday 11th July at 2 pm in the Methodist Hall.
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Cartmel Primary A whole school Sewing Bee afternoon brought together pupils, staff and members of the local community to work on embellishments for our next worship cloth.
Cartmel Priory School was subject to an Ofsted inspection in late March. I am pleased to confirm that the school maintained its’ rating of ‘Good’.
The inspectors praised numerous aspects of the school’s work and the Ofsted report is extremely positive, with much to celebrate. The ethos of the school in which every pupil is valued and respected was noted, as well as the good manners and behaviour of the students.
The school’s academic success was recognised, as was the culture of high aspiration. This is not surprising given the progress data for GCSE exams the school has achieved over a number of years. You may also recall the school was the highest performing school in Cumbria in terms of pupil progress when performance tables were published in January. The report also recognised the school’s outstanding pastoral support, commitment to the individual child and the effectiveness of work done to help safeguard young people. Comments relating to safeguarding controls were particularly pleasing as this is an area under particularly close scrutiny from Ofsted at present.
Thanks to students, staff, parents, governors and all who help to make Cartmel Priory School such a special place. Dr P Williams Headteacher
The project is working towards the creation of a series of cloths tying in with the colours of the liturgical calendar. We are working on a Morecambe Bay Partnership Project, Morecambe Bay Lives, funded by the Heritage Lottery.
Class 2 interviewed Reverend Nick in The Priory and also Mr Unsworth at Unsworth’s Yard Brewery. Then, the same afternoon, visitors from the village and surrounding areas, came into school to be interviewed and recorded by the children. If you would
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like to share your local memories, please get in touch with the school office. Later this month we will be performing at Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre in the ‘Big Sing.’ The children will be performing two historical songs; ‘Viking Warrior’ and ‘Last Kiss Goodbye’ – a ballad set in WW2, alongside two songs from
As part of their Level 4 Salon Management course, students from Kendal College are holding a summer dinner charity auction in the restaurant of Kendal College on Tuesday 20th June. Tickets, priced £30 per head, are available
Proceeds from the event will go to the student’s chosen charity which is the Young Minds Charity. The charity supports young people
Endurance is our Christian value this term and there has been plenty of opportunity for the children to put this value into practice.
Well done to all our children who have worked so hard in their SAT’s, we can now look forward to all the events and trips taking place between now and the end of the school year. On our return from the Easter holidays we
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Year 6s are all set for their residential to London and are busy working on their end of term production ‘Aladdin’. This and the ‘Summer Music Concert,’ will ensure an energetic charge towards the summer holidays!
from Kendal College and will include a meal, cooked by the catering students, and an auction.
Years 3-5 have showed Endurance in their swimming lessons that they have been attending at Kendal Leisure Centre each week. The year groups taking part in SAT’s have also demonstrated how this value can be vital for those testing weeks.
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welcomed our newest members to Class 1. Each of our new nursery children have settled in well and Class 1 have been fantastic in showing them the ropes and giving a helping hand to the children when needed. As always if you are interested in visiting our Nursery provision to see what a wonderful indoor and outdoor space we offer please feel free to contact the office to arrange a visit. Our website is also well worth a browse to see all the fantastic things the children are getting up to in school.
and families with mental health issues and supports them through difficult times by offering counseling as a family group as well as individual counseling for young people. The charity can be contacted direct and has a parent line.
Aged 14 to 24 years? The Children’s Summer Reading Challenge will be held in July, August and September this year. We are now recruiting young volunteers (14 to 24 years) to help support this challenge which encourages primary school children to read more over the summer. Volunteering to support this challenge is a good addition to CVs and College/ University applications. Details are available in the Library or on the website. www.cumbria.gov.uk
May has been a month of achievement, accomplishment and pride at Allithwaite.
disappointed after such a long match but played so amazingly and earnt a very well deserved and respectable second place.
Y3/4 hockey team represented us at the finals of the Cluster Tournament. Their tactics, skills, effort and enthusiasm were outstanding and we qualified for the semi-finals! The last game went into golden goal and after another two rounds the opposite team scored a goal. The children were exhausted and
Finally, the children have had such ownership on the adoption and development of our school values that we felt they should be directly involved in displaying them within school. We were fortunate to secure a donation from the Michelle Jurd memorial Trust which can be used to promote participation in the arts. We invited local artist, Hannah Fox, to commission an art piece encompassing our values.
Y6 worked incredibly hard on their challenging assessments, they showed such determination and maturity and we’re extremely proud of them all. They finished the week with an ice cream at the park.
Y 5/6 Tennis team competed at Cartmel Priory. The atmosphere was wonderful and showed credit to our cluster.
Grange Primary The end of the Spring term saw a visit from Imran Kotwal. He spoke to the whole school about the Islamic faith and then completed workshops, looking into worship, artefacts and respect. The short summer term began with an opportunity for all the juniors and parents to have a go at Wheelchair Basketball. It was great to listen to the achievements the team and individuals made as well as have a go ourselves. A really enjoyable experience! The Tri golf team who took part in the cluster event came 2nd and 3rd in the Y3/4 and Y5/6 competitions. Our hockey team made it to the partnership hockey competition where they came 4th. In tennis, our four teams took part in the cluster mini tennis competition coming 1st
and 2nd in Y3/4 and 2nd and 4th in Y5/6. Well done to all our sports teams! Year 6 visited London and the Houses of Parliament to explore the concept of democracy as well as see the sights. They were a credit to the school in their mature attitude and behaviour. SATs took place for Years 2 and 6. All the children have worked really hard, and we are really proud of the sensible and mature manner in which they completed their tests.
Lindale Primary Our Year 6 group celebrated the successful completion of their SATs tests with ice creams at the Park this week! They have all worked incredibly hard and are fantastic role models to the rest of the school. They are now looking forward to their residential in the Western Lake District, a visit to London and lots of sporting events before moving on to their secondary schools. Both Year 3&4 and 5&6 teams were very successful; winning the tri-golf competition, they will represent the Cartmel Peninsula in the South Lakes competition later this month. The children have created a ‘Day in the life of Lindale School’ video to be taken to show children in Zululand as part of a Diocesan visit, in the
hope of establish an ongoing link with a school there. Next week is a special ‘Reading week’ in school. As well as having lots of opportunities to spend time reading some of the lovely new books we have bought, the children will be dressing up as favourite book characters and having a visit from an author. The children who stay for our fun club are loving using the outdoors more now that the weather has improved; making dens and inventing games.
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SOCIETY ROUND-UP Grange Forum We are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Club Secretary, Paul Ramsden, who will took over on 1st May. As announced in the last edition of Grange Now, we have arranged a day trip to the New Lanark World Heritage Site, near to the Falls of Clyde. This takes place on June 22nd, a Thursday. The coach leaves Berners Close at 8.30 am prompt returning to arrive back in Grange at 6.30 pm. Only a few tickets remain on this trip. Sensible shoes recommended for viewing the Upper Clyde Falls. For our trip to Manchester Palace Theatre to see ‘Cilla’ on Wednesday, November 22nd, we have 8 seats remaining. Cost for this outing is £37.50. Please ring Alan Anderson on 015395 33696 for further details of these planned trips. Our new season’s programme opens on 3rd October when there will be a talk on Charles Dickens by Isobel Stirk. Cartmel & District Flower Club Meeting A well attended meeting enjoyed seeing Debbie Davies from Formby demonstrate on the topic ‘Through my Garden Gate’. Beautiful flowers and some lovely wooden items including trellis and a spinning wheel were used to create spectacular displays reflecting areas of Debbie’s own garden. She also entertained us with fascinating tales of her world travels and varied occupations, starting as a professional ballet dancer then venturing into other styles of dance, some using fire hoops and flaming props on stage. At one time Debbie worked as a make-up artist on the Harry Potter films, before becoming involved with flower demonstrating. A vote of thanks was given by Jackie Bailey and some lucky ladies won the wonderful flower displays in the raffle. The next meeting will be at Cartmel Village Hall at 2pm on Monday 15 May when Vanessa Wellock from Ilkley will demonstrate on the theme ‘This is me’. Dianne Cameron, Secretary Grange Garden Society In April, Brenda Austin talked to the society about A Year in a Cumbrian Garden. Her enthusiasm and humour combined with a fascinating study of her subject made for a very enjoyable evening. Brenda’s home is a 16th Century Farmhouse which at the time of purchase had a large garden suffering from five years of neglect .She has researched the plants which would be most at home in her garden throughout its’ long history and has amassed a wealth of knowledge about both edible and decorative plants. The reading of appropriate extracts from books of verse and prose from many sources and periods added to the interest as well as at times causing some amusement.
Please remember: our limit for society reports is 200 words, to ensure everyone gets in. The society will be Visiting Clearbeck House in June as well as having a stall at the Edwardian Festival on the 10th and a Coffee Morning and Plant Sale at the Methodist Hall on the 24th. Tom Attwood will be the speaker for 16th June Re-Interpreting the Herbaceous Border and on July 21st Alan Gendle will speak about wild Orchids. Meetings start at 7.30pm in the United Reformed Church Hall. Flookburgh Village Hall The new kitchen is now up and running and with extra monies donated from our friends in Flookburgh and Cark we have purchased a refrigerator and Pauls Carpets from Dalton have been commissioned to replace the flooring with new non slip covering. Our AGM has been postponed from May to the Tuesday 6th July at 7.30 pm and all members of the public are cordially invited to attend. A date for your diary Fri 9th June OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE KITCHEN at 11.00 am . Everyone will be welcome, come and enjoy a drink have a look around the hall. Bonus Ball Winners: 6th May (No 30) Olga Wood, 29th April (No 07) - Vera Jackson. 15th April (No 48) - Mabel Burrow, 8th April (No 21) - Jessie Crow. Grange and District Art Society Our annual exhibition will run from Saturday 22nd to Sunday 30th July in the Victoria Hall. Eight pictures are allowed per paid-up member, only one of which may be, ‘Not for Sale’. All pictures are to remain on the wall until 4pm on Sunday 30th July, when the exhibition closes. Pictures, browsers and cards to be brought to the hall between 10 and 11am on Wednesday 19th July. Preview night will be held on Friday 21st July 7 - 9pm, with a complimentary glass of wine or soft drink (£1 for a further glass). Please bring lots of friends and family. For further details ring Angela on 33842 or Elizabeth on 35163. Friday evening meetings are held on the first Friday in the month in the Catholic Church, Kents Bank Road from 7-9pm. Contact Pat on 35811 for details. Flookburgh over 60’s Forthcoming coach trips: Skipton Market 28th June. Leaving the square at 09:30 For bookings, please contact Gillian on 35568. Witherslack WI Caroline Blee chaired the May meeting at which the two resolutions chosen to go forward to the AGM were discussed. Ann Walshaw who will be our delegate, went through them in detail before a vote was taken. 1. Alleviating Loneliness: the vote was narrowly against. 2.Microplastic Fibres: the vote was in favour. Several outings are planned; a walk round Kendal with Trevor Hughes on July 25th. An ‘Andy Lowe’ ramble, possibly round Bowness in September, and a visit to the Hawkshead Relish Factory, date to be arranged. Next meeting: June 13th. The Hat Box by Tracy Wells. Visitors welcome. Tel.52302 3Ps Group The Group has received a Financial Award from the Furness Building Society to purchase bulbs for underplanting the area recently cleared by the sluice gate at the southern end of the Ornamental Gardens. The tulips in the stone walls will be replaced with begonias, paid for by the Town Council, these will be planted by Continental Landscapes, under their contract with SLDC.
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The restoration of the rock garden, above Yewbarrow Lodge, attributed to Thomas Mawson, is progressing well. The Group is planning to hold an exhibition of ‘Now & Then’ photographs of Grange and the surrounding area, in conjunction with archive material from other groups and societies, from Monday 7th August to Friday 11th August in the Victoria Hall between 10am and 4pm: After which, part of it will move to the Library from the 14th August to 25th August. The 17th Annual General Meeting of the Group will be held on the 8th June at 2pm in the Victoria Hall to which all are welcome. Grange Rotary Are you an active retiree, possibly new to the area, or a local working person with some spare time? Do you want to meet like minded people for fellowship, expand your social life and put something back into the community? If the answer is yes then why not consider joining Grange Rotary Club and becoming part of an amazing worldwide organisation founded in Chicago in 1905. Membership offers a tremendous range of opportunities to meet new people and be involved with life changing projects which assist both local and overseas communities. Rotary is for communities with Clubs raising thousands of pounds for local charities. Members volunteer their time which could include organising local events, helping young people fulfil their potential (we have a RotaKids group at Grange Primary School) or helping with Rotary’s polio eradication initiative, End Polio Now. We are always on the lookout for new members, men and women, who can bring fresh ideas and skills to the Club. We meet on Wednesdays for lunch at the lovely Netherwood Hotel but attendance is flexible with no minimum requirement,as we all have other commitments! Interested? Then give me a call (Mike Butterworth) on 07533054216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.You will be made most welcome. North Lonsdale Tennis Club The Tennis season is in full swing now with the courts regularly in use, and thanks to the lovely light evenings, the floodlights less so. We started the season with an American Mixed Doubles Tournament where everyone plays everyone with different partners. The well deserved winners were Alison Butler and Bill Gill with a sociable club picnic following the event. A club open day was held on 30th April which was well attended and our ‘Back to tennis Saturdays’ continued through May for players returning to the game after life got in the way. We have added a second Mens team this year so are fielding 4 teams (mens 1&2, ladies and mixed) in the Kendal league and are more than holding our own so far despite being snowed off the court in Sedbergh. Passers by our courts on Yew Tree Playing fields may have noticed the new green screens on the court surround netting. These help with sighting and work as partial windbreaks and are not due to a sudden outbreak of shyness. Our turn up and play social sessions have been well attended and continue on Tuesday, Fridays and Sunday. The junior section continues to thrive with around 50 members. Grange over Sands Golf Club The weather has been extremely favourable the last few weeks and we are getting a lot of run on the ball which is shown in some of the competition scores. We have welcomed several visiting parties this month and they are really enjoying the course and also the food served all day.
Some are coming for their first visit while others return every year to enjoy the flat but challenging course. Many of these parties book from one year to the next. The bookings for Opens are coming in so if you wish to play in one or more of them please give the Pro or the office a call 0015395 33180 or book online through our website. Grange and District U3A In May Joe Ravatz (originally from Pennsylvania) spoke about current American politics under the title “The Disfiguration of American Democracy and the post truth society”. He explored the background to the election of President Trump and how the “politics of fear” has come to dominate over “the politics of hope”. Lies and slogans have replaced evidence and rational discourse. On June 20th we welcome Jean Scott-Smith to the Victoria Hall and hear about the loss of Mardale as it became the Haweswater reservoir. The recent fine weather provided an excellent context for the “Out and About” group visit to Hadrian’s Wall where we explored the Roman Army Museum and Vindolanda Fort. The “Local Explorers” had sun for the visit to the Midland Hotel and the Winter Gardens at Morecambe. The weather smiled on the Geology Group’s study of the area near Cautley Spout on the edge of the Howgills. For the first time for many years we are having a stand at the Edwardian Festival – see us there. More details of U3A’s many activities and groups can be found on the Grange and District U3A website at www.u3asites. org.uk/grange, at Grange Library and on posters around the town. Grange Soroptimists The Club welcomed their new President Mary Ann Harris and congratulated Immediate Past President Lesley Smyth on her successful year, with the achievement of both service involving Singing for Memory and the Sensory Garden and fundraising of over £4,500 for charities. The charities supported were Partners in Education Swaziland, International Justice Mission, Medecins sans Frontieres, Handicap International, WaterAid, Breast Cancer Care, St Mary’s Hospice, Lepra, Days for Girls, Butterfly Hugs, NW Air Ambulance, Grange Primary School, ShelterBox and Toilet Twinning. Several members attended the Regional Soroptimist Conference in Preston Work on the sensory garden continues. Singing for Memory continues weekly on Thursday mornings at Allithwaite Community Centre. If you or someone you know has problems with memory, mild or moderate dementia or problems with speech why not consider attending. Ring Janice 58001 or Isabel 36378 or Sheila 33422 for information and to book. Anyone interested in joining the club or getting further information on events or our work/ Singing for Memory sessions see our website www.sigbi.org/grangeover-sands/ Newton and Field Broughton WI At our May meeting Sue Needham explained and a vote was taken on our yearly WI Resolutions. This was followed by a light hearted session of Beetle causing much hilarity and the evening closed with tea and tray bakes. Our next meeting will be held on 14th June at Lindale Village Hall, the speaker will be Stewart Lambert from Kitridding Farm and his topic will be “All aspects of farming”. Grange over Sands NSPCC On Wednesday,19th April, at Allithwaite Community Centre, Joan Bentley,
with her usual expertise in flowering arranging and her wonderful anecdotes, gave a most enjoyable demonstration to supporters of the NSPCC. On behalf of the NSPCC, we would like to thank her very much for the time and effort she puts into this local charity, and also to thank everyone who came and those who helped to raise the grand sum of £450. We are most grateful. SInce the end of March we have raised £1,339.47 through the following: flower demonstration - £450; gifts in memory of loved ones - £ 460.00; collecting boxes in shops, etc - £47.58; Sponsorship from the Coniston “14” mile run, via Cameron Finn - £160; and finally, a street collection in Grange on Saturday, 6th May - £221.89. We’d like to thank all those who took part and everyone who contributed to our local NSPCC charity. Thank you NSPCC supporters. BY the way, just a reminder not to forget our next event on August 19th - “The Flower Show Afternoon Tea” in the United Reformed Church Hall. Grange Probus Grange Probus Club’s monthly guest speaker was Dr Stephen Caunce, who gave a fascinating talk on “Hiring Fairs”. These events were a common rural feature from the 18th to the early 20th centuries and comprised gatherings of young single men and women offering themselves for employment mainly on farms. The contractual arrangements were quite fair, and many prudent labourers were able to save enough money to buy their own farms by the time that they married and settled down in their late 20s. The club’s next meeting will be on Monday, June 12th when Derek Jackson will talk about “the Power of Speech”. Grange Probus welcomes retired men and women as members, or individuals can attend meetings as guests with entry of £5 (including refreshments). More information on membership and activities can be obtained from Chairman Chris Harris on 015395 34221 or secretary Sean Jameson on 32105. Lower Holker W.I. Wednesday 14th June in Flookburgh village Hall at 2:00 pm. PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE due to election! Buttons. We use them every day but have you ever thought about where they came from? At our next meeting, Marjorie Bidgeway will reveal all in her talk ‘The History of buttons’ Visitors welcome: £3 including refreshments. At our May meeting after an enjoyable ‘Jacobs Join’ we had a very lively discussion about the two resolutions to go forward to the national AGM in Liverpool. These are ‘loneliness’ and ‘Plastic Soup’ (or Oceanic pollution). We look forward to the AGM report. Cartmel Peninsula Local History Society Kelly Spronston-Heath from the National Trust gave a fascinating talk about the history of Fell Foot. In the 15th century the land belonged to the Canons of Cartmel Priory. Following the reformation it passed to the Duchy of Lancaster. By the early 18th century it was a prosperous farm but in 1784 the Robinson family, yeoman farmers, sold it to Jeremiah Dixon a business man from Leeds.In 1813 it was bought by Francis Duckinfield Astley, an industrialist from Manchester. Both these owners enlarged the house, creating a substantial villa and a landscaped park. Col J G P Ridehalgh, an entrepreneur from Manchester, purchased the estate in 1859. He extended the house, added a gas house and boathouses, and created an arboretum. He was a JP, Col in the Border Regiment, founder member of the
Windermere Yacht Club and had steam yachts. Oswald Hedley acquired the estate in 1907. He demolished the house, planning to replace it but abandoned the scheme and the estate.In 1948 Oswald’s widow gave the land to the National Trust. The NT initially leased it for camping and caravanning but took back full management in 1969. The Trust is now planning a major revamp with a water sports base and an interpretative centre. Coffee Club At our April meeting, Anthony Thompson told us about his experience in June 2011 when after his appendix had been removed satisfactorily, he collapsed in the recovery ward and, despite every effort, appeared to be dying. His surgeon told him “We don’t know what’s wrong and there is a distinct possibility you will die here today,” His only hope was further surgery and the surgeon told him later that he had died five times during the operation. Anthony remembers being in a ‘place of absence– no people, no light, no dark, no smell, nothing oppressive and he asked right out “God, am I going to die here?’ He received the surprising response “I don’t know, what do you fancy?” as if God was entirely in charge, caring, but not troubled either way. After consideration, Anthony said “I would choose to stay, please.” The voice said “Right! On you go then.” After a few stormy days, he eventually made a full recovery and is now back at work as a professional trumpeter. On June 20th, Mark Instone of Urban Saints will talk about how, though this summer’s programme of activities, young people can be prepared for their life’s work as future leaders. The meeting is at Abbot Hall Hotel, Kents Bank at 10.30am preceded by coffee from 10am. All welcome. Lower Holker Village Hall 200 Club May 2017 1st £40.00 82 Adam Johnson, 2nd £25.00 2 Helen Cornthwaite, 3rd £15.00100 Coral and Len Dargue 158, 4th £10.00 10 Terry Miller. UVHS Swing Band raised £539.10 for Hall upkeep. Kitty Brown Fashion Show Tuesday 6th June 7.00 for 7.30 pm start. Tickets £3.00 includes light refreshments. Saturday 8th July Liz Walker (Lizzie G) and Custer’s Last Band. Tickets £6.00, 7.00 for 7.30 pm start. Sunday 20th August Walk to Chapel Island. Swing into the Sixties Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd September tickets £8.00. Thursday is Table Tennis and Badminton Day. Table Tennis from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm and Badminton 9.00 am to 2.00 pm and 3.30 pm to 9.00 pm. Cost £2.00 per person per hour or £1.00 per half hour. Children u/16 half price. For other days ring Hall. Bring own equipment for badminton. Hall number is 015395 58304 To book tickets ring Rhona 58636 Follow us on Facebook at lowerholkervillagehall Grange WI In April, Sue Coyle came to talk to us – this time on how to re-cycle and upcycle various long forgotten items. Her talk was called ‘ A visit to Grandma’s Attic’ and to tie in with this title we had our very first competition with members bringing items on the theme of ‘Grandma’. One member even brought in her grandma’s wedding dress. In
early May a group of members had a great day out at Muncaster Castle – taking the train up to Ravenglass and walking through the woods up to the Castle. The weather was glorious – lots of sun and blue skies – perfect for afternoon tea in the courtyard café and lots of ice creams. We will have a stall at the Edwardian Festival on 10 June so do come to visit us and buy some or our tempting home baked scones, cakes and biscuits and our chutneys and jam. Our speaker in June is set to deliver an inspirational talk about how it is never too late to change your life. New members are very welcome at our meetings. Contact Margaret for more details on Grange 36735. Grange Ramblers 12th April, 12 walkers set out from the Strickland Arms to walk through Brigsteer Woods where the spring flowers were much admired, through Barrowfield and onto the Scar lunch was taken and back by Helsington Church and Sizergh Castle. 19th April, 15 Ramblers walked the Claife Heights, Latterbarrow, Moss Eccles Tarns, Far Sawrey before refreshments in The Cuckoo Brow Hotel. There was cool breeze over Latterbarrow during lunch break with panoramic views surrounding Fells and stunning view of Wise Een Tarn. 27th April, a dull/ damp day 9 walkers took train to Lancaster, alongside Water Witch by the canal we dodged cyclists/ runners and dog walkers, soon all left behind, few boats using the canal that day but we saw ducks with ducklings, swan sitting eggs and a distant Heron. after lunch the weather improved, break was taken at canal side pub in the sun and all the way to Carnforth. 12th May, 6 Ramblers tackled 1500 feet total ascent of Wansfell Pike and Ridge. The walk took place despite the forecast threat of rain but were fortunate that the rain didn’t start until 3 pm. The group rewarded with the panoramic views in good weather at the top of fell. Grange Fell Golf Club Competition season now in full swing and the course looking good, and has benefited from the recent rain here is summary of our results. Carlsberg Singles was played on Sunday 23rd April winner as Alan Paisley with a 67 net, next competition a Stableford was the Coronation Trophy won by Nathan Higginson with 35 pts, the next Competition was the George Airey Trophy a Greensome Foursomes won by Nigel Higginson and Dave Robb with a 64.5 net. On Wednesday 10th May we played our first Mid Week Medal qualifier for the James Crowe Bowl, winner was Jes Woodhouse with a 67 net, beating Robert Moore on a card play off, the following Sunday we played for the Barry Newton Trophy a Stableford competition and Lombard Qualifier won by Graham Wilson with 43pts who now goes forward to play at Moortown Leeds on Thursday 8th June with our Pro Ernie Foster.
Carol Campbell was the winner of the Ladies Medal 2, runner up was Ellie Woodburn, Peugeot Pairs winners were Ruth Waring and Ellie Woodburn, runners up were Ronnie Hall and Jill Atkinson. We held our Open on Thursday 4th May in testing conditions won by visiting pair S Garner and D Garner with 45 pts, second was A Coyles and B Wilkinson with 42 pts. Mothers & Others
On 18th April, Richard Matthews, the Kendal Town Crier was the Speaker. He arrived looking resplendent in his full regalia. A slideshow depicting events he had attended in his official capacity was followed by a question and answer session on his role as a Town Crier. This was a very enjoyable evening. On 2nd May, Colin Milner stepped in at the drop of a hat as the planned speaker was unable to do so.
He showed slides taken on a family holiday in Yellowstone National Park which covers the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. A commentary of the beautiful scenery, flora and fauna was enjoyed by the members. On 16th May, The AGM was followed by supper at ‘Fish over Chips’. We restart our meetings in September so please see Grange Now for details. Cartmel Art Society
An exciting year ended with our AGM when we gathered for our usual feast of nibbles, expertly created and then devoured, by society members. Resounding applause and many thanks went to our outgoing chairperson of three years, Margaret Auger and a warm welcome to Catherine Alexander who has stepped up the mark. The hIghlight of the day saw our guest artist Karen Miller demonstrate a portrait of one of our members, a superb likeness in under two hours! It is now a busy few weeks for us all as we add the finishing touches to our artwork in time for our annual exhibition in August, Wednesday 9th - Sunday 13th. A special date for your diary. Grange Lions
We are again putting together a range of activities over the spring and summer months. We’ll have a stall at the Edwardian Day on 10th June, we’re running a 5 a side football competition for local schools on 13th June and our golf competition will take place on Friday 11th August. Our summer raffle will commence shortly. This year we are supporting local organisations and charities. We are in the planning stages of organising another Grange Bake Off to raise funds for Victoria Hall to be held on 15th July. Our dear friends Barbara and Reg Brown, supporters of Jigsaw, the children’s hospice, invited us to their house for a very pleasant social evening. We were also in attendance at the St George’s Day fair where we helped behind the scenes.
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Bookshelf The Alzheimer’s Society will be holding a Drop In on the morning of Tuesday 6th June from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. If you have been diagnosed with any form of Dementia, are a carer or just want to find out more or get advice regarding support, just pop in for a chat. Storytime/Rhymetime for pre-school children is now on Wednesday afternoons from 2 to 2.30 pm on the 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th June. Parents, grandparents and carers are welcome to come along with their little ones for half an hour of stories and rhymes. South Lakeland Community Learning are running a 2-day ‘Get to Know your iPad’ course in the Library on 17th and 24th June from 1.30 to 3pm. For further details or to book your place contact them on 01539 713257. Grange Drama will be displaying information in the Library about their forthcoming performance at the start of the month. We will also welcoming back Annie Southward who will be displaying her lovely paintings in our Art Room from 19th June. Do you enjoy reading but now find it difficult to get to the Library? We have a monthly home delivery service where a selection of suitable books can be delivered to your home and collected the following month. If you would like to receive this service, phone the Library on 32749 with details of what types of books you like (favourite authors, genres, fiction or non fiction) and format (regular print, large print, audio book) and we will do the rest. Friends of Grange Library are holding a meeting at 2pm Monday 19th June. Come along if you want to find out what they do or to join them and help support the Library. The Library will be closed for one week from Monday 12th to Saturday 17th June inclusive ie re-opening on Monday 19th June. All the other local Libraries will be open as normal during this week. You can renew books online or by telephone on 0303 333 1234.
South Lakes Community Learning & Skills We have a number of courses about to begin, see the information below. All of the course details can be viewed online by visiting our website www.cumbria.gov.uk/ learningandskills and searching in the South Lakeland area.
Should you have any questions regarding our courses or enrolling, we can be contacted via email on email@example.com. uk or telephone on 01539 713257. We are happy to take suggestions for courses you would like to see in South Lakeland from September onwards, please pass these on via the above email
Letters to the Editor are published on the understanding that they may have to be shortened to fit available space. Publication of a letter in no way reflects the views of Grange Now. All letters must be accompanied by a name and address even if the correspondent requests anonymity. In this case ‘name and address supplied’ will be added.
The residents of Yewbarrow Lodge would like to thank the volunteers for their hard work in bringing back the rock garden to its former glory. It is a pleasure to sit in the sunshine and enjoy it.
On Monday 24th April, I had a fall outside Fletchers Greengrocers resulting in a broken arm.
The residents of Yewbarrow Lodge
Dear Editor, I would like to thank again the two unknown kind gentlemen who helped me when I had a bad fall last month on Pig Lane. Thanks also to the lovely young lady who took me to the doctors. Nothing broken but a badly injured arm. Name and address supplied.
Dear Editor For several years Grange United Reformed and Methodist churches have been working together.
From June 4th all of their Sunday services will be shared. In June in the Methodist building in July in the United Reformed Church building and so on. Before too long the congregations will have to choose which building to use for their future united work. When the churches decide which building to use they will want to invest in making the buildings fit for present and future use. The needs of the church have changed over the years and the many and varied community use of the buildings were not planned for when the buildings were erected. The churches are inviting anyone in the Grange community who would like to
New courses we are taking enrolments for:
Get to know your iPad. Courses aimed at beginners although more experienced will also benefit. Friday 16th and 23rd June, 10:00am12:30pm at Ulverston Library
Saturday 17th and 24th June, 1:30pm- 4:00pm at Grange Library Friday 30th June and 7th July, 10:00am -12:30pm at Cartmel Priory School. Fee £17, concession £8.50
Spanish for Holidays. Saturday 10th June, 10:00am-4:00pm @ Grange Golf Club. £20
German for Holidays. Saturday 1st July, 10:00am-4:00pm @ Grange Golf Club. £20 These intensive, one day courses
are an ideal opportunity to pick up some basic vocabulary, phrases and knowledge to help you enjoy your holiday to the full Healthy Hearts. Free exercise classes, specifically designed for people recovering from health problems. See the website or phone for course details, times and dates.
Batik Workshop with Caren Threlfall. Saturday 17th June, 10:00am-4:00pm. Ambleside Parish Centre. £20, £10 concessions One day creative course, covering all the techniques associated with Batik. Create samples for your reference and make a piece of art to take home and be proud of. You will learn how prepare silk for painting, explore the use of hot wax as a resist, the application of dyes and paints and how to fix
I should like to express my gratitude to all those kind people who came to my aid, called the ambulance and stayed with me until its arrival - particularly the young lady from Allithwaite who left a note on my car for the traffic warden. Your compassion to a stranger made a traumatic experience much more tolerable. God Bless you all. Sheila Bell Allithwaite
have a say about what sort of buildings the church might be in the future to come to a community consultation day. On Wednesday 5th June from 10-12 in the Methodist Hall and from 2-4 in the United Reformed hall the churches and their consultants will be able to share the thoughts which we have had so far and to hear your views about what community facilities we need in any refurbishment of the building. The churches are coming together so that they can continue their work and worship in the town for years to come as a larger group and in a better building than at present. The two ministers Jo Rand and Martyn Coe will continue to be in leadership as the churches come together. The Rev’d Martyn Coe
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Felt Making for Beginners with Caren Threlfall. Tuesday 1:003:30pm @ Witherslack Village Hall. 13.6.17-11.7.17. £41.00 Concession £20.50
This short course is for anyone who would like to learn the art of felt making or develop skills they already have. You will learn different techniques associated with making pieces of felt and 3D felt object, covering the different fibres, processes of wet felting, needle felting, making 3D vessels and bags, felt flowers and beads and ‘nuno’ felting. You will make a series of samples and also some finished pieces to take home and be proud of. Kevin Fothergill
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Dear Editor, I nearly wept at the poor turnout for the Morecambe Brass Band concert in Victoria Hall on May 6th. There were barely as many in the audience as in the band. Bar a handful of U3A members, the others I spoke to came from across the bay to support the band;
two from Bolton-le-Sands and two from Milnthorpe who were patrons. They must have been very upset by Grange’s showing. I thought we were supporting the Victoria Hall in all its efforts to survive. Morecambe Bay Band are very good, go and hear them on the bandstand on 11th June.
Dear Sir, The proposed neighbourhood plan is now open for public consultation. I am sure the vast majority of residents will not read the full weighty document and therefore miss the small print (appendix 3 Community Aspiration) which lists as an option, converting the promenade and the very narrow footpath to Kents Bank as a “movement route” for those cycling by enhancing the cycling experience and improve the National Cycle Route 70 (Walney to Weir) and the Bay Cycle Way. This option if adopted, will destroy the whole “ambiance” of the promenade and narrow footpath which is planned to be part of the new coastal footpath for the area,
enjoyed for over 100 years and take trade away from the town.
Residents have never been consulted to gauge local opinion regarding this option and despite being informed by the Access Officer at Cumbria County Council the footpath is too narrow and dangerous in places to allow cycling has remained in the plan.
Sensible achievable new options are welcomed in the plan but not those suggesting the route could provide a walking/cycling route involving steep hills and 38 steps for very young children and mothers with prams from Kents Bank new developments to Grange school and lighting the extended route to Kents Bank as essential. Bill Woods, Grange
Grange Now asked the Neighbourhood Plan Committee if they had a response to Mr Woods’ letter. Mr. Woods has raised this several times with the Steering Group and Grange Town Council. We took his comments on board last month . Following advice from the Cumbria County Council Rights of Way Officer, we changed the Plan to say that any improvements would be solely to improve access for walkers (ie not cyclists) to the stretch in question. We apologise if this is not clear to other readers of the Draft Neighbourhood Plan and will look to reword that section more plainly in the final version. The idea has been included in the Aspirations section of the Plan so that it is on our ‘wish list’ if any finance or support becomes
available in future. We would be looking at waiting until the route of the National Coastal Access Path is in place for this stretch, then taking the advice of the Public Rights of Way Officer about the best way to improve access for pedestrians, possibly through improved signage, or repairs to the path. We are happy to take suggestions from residents about what improvements are needed - do let us know by email to gosneighbourhoodplan@gmail. com, or complete a Comments Form in the Library, Information Centre or Abbot Hall
Cllr. Joanna Greenway, Neighbourhood Plan Spokesperson
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Exciting times ahead for property sales in Grange With nearly half the year behind us and more surprises appearing in the national news in recent weeks it is always nice to see the property market continuing apace. With the continued progress of Brexit and now an impending General Election called there is always going to be an air of uncertainty as to what the future may hold. In fact, by the time I sit down to write the next Property Talk we will have all voted (or not) and the results will be in! Potential change will always bring a fear of what comes next but the property market in Grange seems to be carrying on regardless. In fact, with the onset of summer things are looking as healthy as always with sales levels continuing to grow and the turnover of property showing that the Great British public are carrying on regardless. With general opinion that the property market flourishes from Easter onwards we are expecting higher levels of viewings and sales. However, what most people are probably unaware of is that this activity has been happening since the beginning of the New Year. With Grange exhibiting such a niche market and boasting many attractive amenities and picturesque settings we expect this interest to continue. Looking to the future, Poole Townsend are also putting into place exciting developments within our estate agency offices and adding to our already high quality sales product and services we offer. With continued innovation and evolution we are able to maintain our standing as the leading estate agent in the Grange and surrounding area. None of us truly know what the future holds but the signs for the property market are good and with bespoke marketing and second to none customer service, Poole Townsend intends to remain at the forefront of property sales! Contact us on 015395 33316 to discuss selling your property.
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SUE LAWTON (S.R.Ch,D.Pod.M,M.Ch.S) HCPC Registered Chiropodist. Registered & qualified for 27 years. Home visits covering Grange, Ulverston & surrounding area. 015395 83625 DAVE HEMMINGS M.Inst.Ch.Pod. HCPC Registered. Home visits Grange & surrounding areas. 015395 35487 or 0773 644 8702 CHIROPODY CLINIC Milnthorpe. Ground floor clinic/parking available, Bridge End Business Park, Park Road, Milnthrope. HCPC registered/ degree in Podiatric Medicine. Over 20 years NHS/private experience. www.judithswift.co.uk 015395 64303 Dr Anders - Podiatrist. Expert treatment and advice for all foot problems. Dr Judith Anders PhD is a highly trained degree qualified Podiatrist with over 20yrs experience. Tel: 07584 301653. www.dranderspodiatry.co.uk
CLEANER. Quality cleaning and laundry services. Reasonable rates. Hours available. Call Joan on 0770 622 1466 / 07979 127 318 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org A&M CLEANING regular, one-offs, spring cleans, Holiday Lets, Office Cleaning. Fully insured. 015395 32195 or 07747 404775 CARTMEL CLEANING COMPANY locally based, reasonable rates for domestic and commercial cleaning service. Call Dawn or Marian 07980 972780 or 07814 822032 and 015395 36155 / 58508 Hazel Lowery Domestic Technician. 015395 58965 email: email@example.com Do you need a helping hand with Cleaning, Shopping, Gardening, Errands or Companionship? If so please call Lorraine on 07488 247 273. Local and Reliable.
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
Regular, builders, spring cleans, Holiday change overs, End of Tenancy Helen 015395 35277 or Lakelandmaids@gmail.com
Grange now | JUNE 2017 - Next deadline 16th JUNE
CLOCK & ANTIQUES RESTORER
HANDYMAN SERVICES Clock, Barometer, Furniture Repair and restoration undertaken also minor domestic household repairs. No job too small. Tel: (015395) 33664 ask for Tim e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMPUTER HELP AT HOME. For computer problems or tutorials in plain English. Call Graham Brook a certified computer engineer on 015395 60868
AND PSYCHOTHERAPY. Sally Holligan. UKCP Reg. Appointments in Allithwaite. Tel 015395 35760 www.cumbriacounselling.com Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Phobias (inc. school phobias), anxiety, depression, addictions, confidence and self esteem. Speak to a professional caring therapist. Experienced in working with adults and children 0779 284 3807 www.fairweathertherapy.co.uk COUNSELLOR / EMDR THERAPIST Louise Tych, BACP Accredited. EMDR is NICE approved for PTSD/Trauma/ Flashbacks. Appointments in Grange. www.southlakescounselling.co.uk 07775 610480
CURTAINS & SOFT FURNISHINGS
Curtains, Roman Blinds and soft furnishings made for you, also clothing alterations. Call Joanne Airey at Sew’n’Sew on 015395 34215 Curtains, blinds and soft furnishings, made to measure and hand sewn. Contact Shirley Kirby on 07772 973426 or 015395 34230
Avondale Dental Practice, Kents Bank Road. Est 1904 Accepting New Patients 015395 33166
ONE-to-ONE DOG BEHAVIOUR and Training Solutions. Martin Gleadow 015395 63567. www.dogtrainingcumbria.com SPECIALIST IN RESCUE REHABILITATION & SOCIALISATION Wendy Senior - Kennel Maids 07761 767 344 WWW.P4WS.CO.UK SEE US ON FACEBOOK
CARTMEL CANINE CLUB Puppy & beginner dog training classes Cartmel Village Hall Wednesday evenings. Please contact Robert or Charlotte 07946 318264 email@example.com
Professional Dog Groomer, fully qualified, free local collection & delivery, out of hours appointments. Lamberts Pet Supplies, Main Street, Grange 015395 36544 SHAMPOOCH formerly StudioK9 for all your dog grooming needs. Fully Insured. Est. 1990. www.studiok9.co.uk Tel: 015394 48387
DOG WALKING - SOCIALISATION PUPPY WALKING and other services available. KENNEL MAIDS Professional Pet Care. 015395 52099. 0776 176 7344 WWW.P4WS.CO.UK See us on Facebook.
LOVE OF PAWS DOG WALKING Solo or group walks, home visits, other daycare options available. Fully Insured. Please call Katie - 07471 944500.
JOLLYMOSH DRESSMAKING clothing alterations, soft furnishings & curtain making. Large selection of fabrics available. Joanne on 58804 / 07850 087 099 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LINDALE POST OFFICE. Offers available. Call in for details. Tel: 32231
DRY STONE WALLING
GARDEN WALLS, FIELD WALLS, Stone Facing. Established 1997. Contact Neil Stanway 015395 31382 mob 07748 271078
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS T W Electrical (Cumbria) Ltd Electrical Contractors, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial, NICEIC Approved Contractor Free estimates given, Call 015395 59089 or 07702 792 916 LOCAL ELECTRICIAN All domestic work & new installations Full & partial rewires. Free estimates Contact Duke on 07970 601 379 Grange & South Lakes
E N G R A V I N G / T R O P H I E S Kendal Trophies 01539 740217 www.ulverstonsportsandkendaltrophies.co.uk
LANTERN CHARITY SHOP, Allithwaite; lots of great items for sale. Open 9.30-4.30 Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Church Road, Allithwaite LA11 7QH. 015395 34701 email@example.com
JM RESTORERS. Antique, Modern furniture, Porcelain, Paintings. Est 40 Years 015395 68915
SITTING PRETTY Antique traditional and modern furniture re-upholstered locally by time served craftswoman. 20 years experience. Lesley Fursey 01229 464607 www.southlakesupholstery.co.uk
GRANGE GARDENERS for GARDEN MAINTENANCE & DESIGN Extensive plant knowledge We maintain gardens all year round Call Michael Thornborough 015395 32118 mobile: 07796 674 861 www.gardendesigncumbria.com FERNLEIGH GARDEN SERVICES all aspects of maintenance, lawn care, complete clearances, tidy ups, planting, tree work, painting, hedges, pressure washing, waste removed. College trained, call George 0779 686 7762 or 015395 35716
DJ DIXON OF GRANGE Gardens maintained to the highest standards, mowing, hedges, trees, pressure washing, overgrown gardens cleared - no job too big. Fully insured. For a high quality service with an outstanding reputation. Mobile: 0771 320 3609. GARDEN MAINTENANCE, grass/hedge cutting, weeding, pruning, treework, dry stone walling. James Hawksley Ltd Tel 07980 354 651
Professional, effective, experienced and reliable Gardening Services for larger gardens/ grounds. Small, large and difficult grass areas cut. Trees, hedges and shrubs beautifully pruned. Renovation projects undertaken. Call Hamish Foulerton. Tel 07747 788 370 or 01539 730501. COPELAND LANDSCAPES, stonewalling, patios, tree work, hedge cutting, fencing, etc. Established 1980. 01524 730 022 or 07815 955 961 M.T.HOWARTH Garden maintenance carried out to a high standard incl mowing, hedges, tree work, fencing and pressure washing. Overgrown gardens cleared and rubbish can be removed. All jobs considered large or small. HOME: 015395 32188 MOBILE: 0789 4737 069 Samantha Hodgson Ltd Garden & Border Design. Plant advice from window boxes to full border makeovers. Over 25 years plant knowledge. Tel 07760 192 083 or 015395 52458. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
GARDEN SERVICES CONT Tree Stumps Removed GET A QUOTE ONLINE or call Peter on 01539 720441 email@example.com www.Tree-Stumps-Removed.co.uk PATRICK GARDENS. Reliable & diligent - complete gardening services and DIY help. Outstanding reputation for high quality service. Tel 015395 33872 or 07748 642 463 A.R. DICKSON Countryside Services, Fencing, Walling, Landscaping, Gardening, Tree & Woodland Work, Fire Wood and Kindling For Sale. 0782 4736 255 firstname.lastname@example.org
PAUL GIBBONS Grass cutting, Pruning, Weeding, Planting, Strimming, Leaf clearing 015395 58492 / 0790 8843 714
GRAHAM’S GARDEN SERVICES Friendly and reliable service for all your garden requirements. Our services include Grass Cutting, Garden Maintenance, Patios Jet Washed, Walling, Fencing and hedge cutting. Telephone 07815 313 828 or 015395 58664
Lawns mowed, hedges trimmed, overgrowth strimmed, branches shredded and leaves blown away! Also DIY. Local and friendly. Call Simon on 07950 912212 or 015395 34640. THE LAWNMAN Specialist in fertilisation, weed and moss control, hollow tine aeration and scarification available. The Lawnman 015395 38949.
Grange-based Garden Designer. Gardens rejuvenated Christopher Holliday. Please contact email@example.com tel: 32058 Tom and Sara’s Gardening Services. College and Estate Garden trained. Telephone (015395) 36898 Mobile 07432 500 372 firstname.lastname@example.org
S & A H O D G S O N LT D . P l a n t & Groundworks Contractors. 9 ton excavator with a rototilt Site clearence, water mains and land drainage. 015395 52458 / 07836 782707.
HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS THE ORIGINAL HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS PROFESSIONAL PET CARE SINCE 2000 KENNEL MAIDS Professional Home Boarding Dog Walking • Cat Care • Small Pets Pet Sitting • Doggy Day Care Fully licensed with SLDC Fully insured & Excellent References PLEASE NOTE We are not an agency or a franchise WE DO NOT BOARD OUT DOGS TO THIRD PARTIES We are mature professionals Having worked as a team for more than 10yrs We can provide fully checkable references and are highly recommended by our local Veterinary Practice Tel 015395 52099 Mobile 0776 176 7344 WWW.P4WS.CO.UK Beware of imitations. See us on Facebook
HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS No Kennels Or Cages Your Dog Lives As Part Of The Family Meet Your Sitter And Visit Their Home No Hidden Costs Or Extras 015395 28858 www.topdogsitters.co.uk Follow us on Facebook House/Pet Sitter couple available to support you having peace of mind while away from your home and beloved pets. Available midAugust through mid-December. Contact Deidre Ashmore email@example.com.
IRONING by Lisa 015395 35422 or 07976 512487
BB Wilson & Son All aspects of Joinery and Building from Ground Work to Slating Landscaping, Conservatories Loft conversions, Extensions. Established 50 years, no job too small Free estimates. Tel: 07972 811 706 - 015395 58340
Mark Walmsley Building & Joinery
I’m your local, friendly handyman for painting, repairs and general DIY around the home. I can do most things! All jobs considered. Call Simon on 07950 912212 or 015395 34640. Handyman Services, Local, Affordable and Reliable. All jobs considered: Painting & Decorating, Garden Maintenance, Guttering, Shelving, Flooring, Fence installation and more Call Trevor on 07810 717 450.
St Johns Hearing Centre, Main Street, Grange. Comprehensive Hearing Service. Free home consultations. Full aftercare service. Hearing tests, Repair service, Batteries and Accessories. Gentle Wax Removal Service. 40 Years experience. Tel 015395 36391
HELP WITH THE HOME
Mark offers a complete Builder & Joinery service - Renovation - Extensions - Loft Conversions - Doors - Kitchens - Staircases - Windows -
Hannah’s General Services. Help at home including errand running, cleaning, household maintenance, gardening, pressure washing, dog walking, house sitting and many other odd jobs. Call Hannah on 07713116789.
House Clearances, Houses, Garages, Shedscleared and all contents removed. For prompt reliable and confidential service contact Graham Walkden. Tel: 015395 32793/62378 WA House Clearance & Removals WE PAY CASH FOR HOUSE CLEARANCES! Garages, sheds etc 07528 049 516 / 015395 59469
Joinery & Developments Ltd.
Full Building & Joinery services New builds, renovations, extensions, bathroom’s, kitchen’s, windows, groundworks Ian 07765 513 412 / 015395 36316 (Cartmel)
J. Brown Building
LAKELAND OPTICAL Main Street, Grange 015395 32951. Independent Optician Eye Examinations & 500 frames in stock. “See better, look better, feel better!” www.lakelandoptical.co.uk
STATE REGISTERED OSTEOPATHS Jolyon and Val Wardle, caring and experienced practitioners, are available weekdays at Em J’s hair salon on Kents Bank Road, Grange to treat a variety of conditions. 015395 58647 Extensions & Renovations New Builds - Ground works Maintenance - Windows Roofing - Fascias - Gutters Kitchen & Bathroom fitting Plastering & Rendering ( 07534 280 012
PAINTING & DECORATING Lee Logan Ltd. Quality Painter & Decorator + Tiling. Reasonable rates. Tel: 07708 213079
HARD LANDSCAPING fencing, walling, block paving, flagging, paths, patios, driveways, ponds. Free estimates, all work guaranteed. Call Martin Eland 015395 59472, mobile 07821 260 730. Bradley Reeve Landscaping, stone walling, patios. Tel 015395 36938 or 07788 688427
LOCKS EXPRESS the only Locksmiths based in Grange. 24 Hour Callout. All Lock Problems Solved. Trading Standards Approved & Police (CRB) checked. Domestic & commercial work. Eden Mount Road, Grange. Freephone 0800 783 1104. Mobile 07886 831 336.
FLAT ROOFS, Valley gutters, Balconies, Flooring, Building work & Paving. Tel: JR Ellwood Ltd., 015395 68306 / 07773 572 712
Mindfulness courses now running locally, including 8 week Mindful Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness In Schools training. Improve your well-being, discover calm and contentment and find the space in your mind through Mindfulness. Contact Tracey 07969 447 545 / 015395 36170. firstname.lastname@example.org Mindful Yoga Classes, Thursday mornings 10 - 11:30 Victoria Hall. Wednesday mornings 10 11:30 Lindale Village Hall. Mindful movement, serene stillness and finding space within. Everyone welcome - just drop in and relax. Contact Tracey 07969 447 545 / 015395 36170.
MICHELLE 34904 CHARLOTTE Hairdresser and Gel Nails. Grange 32989 or 07966 543223 Phillipa freelance male and female hairdresser, please call 07979077411 for an appointment Michelle Breeze / Chez Michelle Salon or Mobile. Experienced Unisex Hairdresser in Allithwaite. Grange 33908 or 07791955476.
ABLE MEMORIALS - Monumental Masons. Time served masons with over 30 years experience. New memorials, Second inscriptions, repaints, regilds and renovations. Free estimates and home visits given. 3 Wildman Street, Kendal LA9 6EN. Phone 01539 735583 or 01524 784920. PARKIN and JACKSON-Monumental Masons. New memorials, second inscriptions, repaints, regilds and renovations. Visit the showroom on 14 Appleby Road, Kendal LA9 6ES. Telephone 01539 722838. Free estimates and brochure on request. www.parkinandjackson.co.uk
ACORN MONTESSORI Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:45 - 3:15. Monday & Friday 8:45 - 12:00. Contact Melanie Knight 015935 35629 / 07971 828 797.
STEVEN T WELSBY EST. 1979 Your Local Painter & Decorator City & Guilds Advanced Full Technology Certificate Fully Insured GRANGE OVER SANDS 015395 34499 RED Painting & Decorating All aspects of decorating including wallpapering. Des Irwin 015395 36288 / 07771 636 842 Wayne Dawson painting and decorating. Over 10 years experience. All aspects of decorating undertaken. For free quotation contact 07557 902 229 or 015395 58630 Email email@example.com Or via Facebook
MARK DODD PAINTER & DECORATOR 15 Years Experience Interior & Exterior Decorating Fully Insured, Ring for advice and a quote Tel: 07896 679 263.
MB Designs Inside and outside Painting Wallpapering l Fully insured Quality work l Free quote & advice
01539 623239 or 07709 977 619 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Over 30 Years Experience, Competitive Prices, Fully Insured
07796 418 765 / 015395 32830 e: email@example.com
Andy Huddart Painter & Decorator
• 35 years experience • free no obligation quotes
07766 337 625 firstname.lastname@example.org
FITNESS AND WELLBEING Personal Training with Elaine in the comfort of your own home. Specialising in rehabilitation and re-introduction to exercise. 07855 135714
NJR PLASTERING all plastering work considered. Free quotes. Contact Niall on 015395 58221 or 07917 458911 Streamline Plastering Ltd All plastering aspects undertaken, internal and external, new build or refurbishments. Time served, 12 years experience. Matt 07432 469 627 email@example.com
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TOWN & COUNTRY Pest Control Over 30 Unwanted Guests? years experience. Most up to dates methods. Quality Pest Control Service 24 hour service. All aspects covered including 50 Years Industry Experience Cluster flies. Wasps, Fleas. Rats, Mice, Moles. Premier Controller Tel.Cumbria’s 015395 62795. MobPest 07887 977 085. www.tandcpestcontrol.co.uk with highly qualified technicians
Steele`s Removals ltd Local * National * International Secure Self- Storage 24hour access + Self-Drive Removal vans Storage facilities in Flookburgh www.steelesremovals.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org 01229 820 777
Pest Control & Wash Room Services Rodent and Bird Control, Cockroaches, Wasps, Fleas, Flies, Ants, Moles, Loft Clearances
We offer a premium service at competitive rates Pied Piper Northern Ltd Tel/Fax: 01229 480463 www.ppnl.co.uk • email@example.com
PLUMBING & HEATING
RICHARD WYATT PLUMBER From bathrooms to ball valves no jobs too small. Daytime 0777 260 2506, evenings 015395 35653. ADRIAN A TURNER LTD, Central Heating and Bathrooms Gas Safe Registered.Tel: 015395 34775 Mob: 07821 813062. A. TYSON PLUMBING & HEATING. See main advert back page. Tel 015395 32761. Mob. 0796 738 4114 JOHN RHODES Plumbing & Heating Gas Safe Registered Working locally for 35 years Newton in Cartmel 015395 31585 07810 881910 TAYLOR Plumbing & Heating Engineers Gas Safe Registered Lindale Darren Taylor 07778 394 206
Porcelain, Ceramics, Paintings restored. JM RESTORERS. 015395 68915.
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND ULVERCLEAN can now offer a true deep cleaning to those dingy looking areas. Contact Lee 01229 586703 or 07858 757 215 for free quotation.
BUILDING SERVICES stone facing, water mains and drainage. Pressure washing, painting. Free estimates, all work guaranteed. Call Martin Eland 015395 59472, mobile 07821 260 730.
RECLAIMED OAK BEAMS
We have hundreds of Fantastic Reclaimed Oak Beams & Timbers in Stock. Original & Restored - From Small Shelves & Fireplaces to Huge Beams! Give us a call or Visit us near Ulverston Tel: 07920 117 047 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RELIEF AND REHABILITATION of Back Pain, Stress, Sports Injuries and Muscle Dysfunction. Contact Mr. G. Grayrigge IIST (Dip) ICHFST, (Adv. Dip) Biomechanics & Sports Medicine on 015395 36483. Home Visits Available. www.grayrigge.com e-mail: email@example.com DAVID JACKSON 20 years clinical & teaching experience, specialising in muscle, joint, injuries and sciatica. Assessment treatment & Rehabilitation of injuries. Contact 015395 83592 www.albamaleaf.co.uk MASSAGE and Craniosacral therapy for back, neck and shoulder pain. Meg Henderson 015395 36298 www.meghendersontherapy.co.uk
BRADLEY REEVE Landscaping, stone walling, patios. Tel: 015395 36938 or 07788 688427.
G E N E R A L / C A R AVA N / B O AT STORAGE. Lawler 34136.
TAXIS ARRIVE TAXI Local and long distance journeys. Professional, reliable and friendly service.Quality, comfortable vehicle 07710 287 957 or 01539 730216. Estate Cars 6-seater Hackney/Private hire. Local/Long Distance. John Keith owner/operator. Flookburgh based contact 07974 111543
Wanted - TOOLS, gardening, joinery, engineering etc. Garages cleared. Tel 32793 VINYL RECORDS bought, anything considered. 07957073438 / 015395 58627 Simon STAMP COLLECTIONS, OLD COINS / medals and pre-1960 picture postcards purchased. Will visit to view. Tel Smith 07721 651751 email firstname.lastname@example.org Old suitcases, trunks, leather bags, wooden boxes, tool boxes, wooden ladders, galvanised buckets, watering cans, kitchenware. Peter 015395 62811 Do you have any old quality Stereo Seperates you no longer use and wish to sell ie: AMP - Record Deck - DAB Tuner - CD Player - Reel2Reel - Speakers etc T:07811 921 694. Hebrew tutor. Please call 07787 508797
Bespoke professional wedding photography, from £200.00. 01229 463375 www.chriswarnerphotography.co.uk
DOWS IAN BUCHAN WIN guaranteed
ship quality workman UPVC WINDOWS, DOORS, CONSERVATORIES, FASCIA SOFFITS ETC.
015395 63405 7 days a week taxi service 4,6 & 8 seater cars wheelchair access vehicles we do all work inc airports, stations, hospital/docs, shopping and tours. Accounts and Contracts available.
TIMBER GARDEN BUILDINGS
Creators of Amazing Garden Spaces! Bespoke Timber Garden Buildings - Traditional or Contemporary Designs. Hand Built High Quality Sheds, Summerhouses, Garden Offices, Workshops, Cabins, Boat Houses, Mini-Lodges & Camping Pods. Give us a call to discuss your ideas & we can make them come to life! Call Nathan on 07920 117 047 email: email@example.com www.gardenbuildingscumbria.co.uk
OH TREE SERVICES - Qualified and insured arborists/tree surgeons. Please contact Oliver on: 015395 30756 or 07904 698 794 www.ohtreeservices.co.uk
Learn to speak French, German, Spanish. Groups of 4 or 1 to 1. Contact Sonja Vietoris 015395 35667 or text 07846 846 807.
PIANO & THEORY TUITION. Experienced, patient teacher has vacancies for pupils of all ages, from beginners to Advanced. Contact Jean Kitchen ALCM. DipMus(OU). CT ABRSM. Tel 015395 35306 Primary mathematics tuition Early help leads to continued success. Retired Primary Headteacher and Ofsted inspector. Enhanced DBS. References available. Please contact 07717 848 080 for initial chat. Philip Watson BA(Hons) A(Mus)LCM: Teacher of Saxophone and Musical Theory, Exam Coaching 01539 734914 John P Howarth ARMCM Teacher of piano, Clarinet, Theory, Jazz Improvisation. ABRSM exam coaching. 015394 42591.
MATHS TUITION. All levels. Primary teacher. 1st class maths degree. Enhanced DBS. Free trial lesson. Paul Giblin 32906.
Grange now | JUNE 2017 - Next deadline 16th JUNE
SKB WINDOW CLEANING Cleaning of all glass, frames, sills, doors, Solar panels, Gutters, Conservatories. Pressure washing service for Patios, Drives and Decking. Fully insured. Simon - 015395 62877 or 07783 802 192 www.skbwindowcleaning.co.uk
Invitation to Tender for Verge Maintenance Lower Allithwaite Parish Council are inviting expressions of interest to tender for its Verge Maintenance Contract from August 2017 to October 2020. The work consists of verge grass cutting and some sign cleaning. If you wish to be considered or would like further information, contact the Clerk, Phil Turner, at lapc.clerk@ gmail.com
Call Grange 015395 32593 07971 698 541
24/ 7 Taxis (Promenade Taxis)
lakes covering the south upvc in e nc rie pe ex ars 23 ye
Replacement Double Glazing Units, Windows, Doors, Conservatories, Facia Boards & Gutters in uPVC. Free Estimates
Tel: 015395 58214 Mob: 0789 969 0259
Scrap Metal Collector Steve Robinson
washing machines, dryers, used car batteries & scrap cars collected Steve 07967 934 945
Boarbank Hall Care Assistant and Domestic Housekeeper/ Cleaner. Full or part time considered Experience essential
This is an opportunity to join a very successful team in an outstanding environment, we uphold very high standards and values. Very competitive rates of pay
For further information or an application form, please contact Sally Fisher, Matron on 015395 32288 or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org
Heydays Care & Support Services LTD RECRUITING NOW
Making a difference to someone’s life is so rewarding, it takes a special kind of person to be able to offer support daily. If you feel you can make a difference and would like to join our expanding team then we want to hear from you, in return we can offer;
• • • • • • • • • •
Excellent rates of pay Mileage allowance Paid travel time Pension scheme Continuity of clients Set Rota’s around your availability Refer a friend scheme Staff reward scheme Full uniform inc waterproof jackets and ﬂeeces Scope for promotion throughout the company enhancing your career • Enhanced overtime rates If you have been thinking of a career that’s so rewarding, then become a valued member of our team, come & join Heydays Care & Support Services. Where our staff are our strength. What we provide is not just a job, it’s a vocation.
Please contact Kelly or Dawn 015395-52548 or Head Ofﬁce 01229-808023 email@example.com www.heydayscare.co.uk
K2 Seasonal Staff Wanted
Specialists in all aspects of roofing
For the Prom Rec ground Hours: 11 - 5pm (includes some weekends).
• Slating • Tiling • Pointing • Lead work • • Flat roofing•
• Chimney repairs • Fascias, Soffits • Guttering, cleaned Over years in domestic and industrial flat roofing and 25 sealed
Repairs, replacements and overlays • Green Roofs • Insurance backed warranties • Insulation specialists Windermere: 01539 897 892products with a life expectancy in • BBA approved excess of 40 years We also offer • Thermographic Surveys Staveley-in-Cartmel Parish Council • Consultancy • Condition Reports
Contact: 07970 545814 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Clerk/Financial Officer
l Over 25 years in domestic and l industrial flat roofing l Repairs, replacements and overlays l l Green Roofs l l Insurance backed warranties l l Insulation specialists l l BBA approved products with a life l • Overexpectancy 25 years in domestic and industrial flat roofing in excess of 40 years
• Repairs, replacements and overlays • Green Roofs • Insurance backed warranties • Insulation specialists WE ALSO OFFER • BBA approved products with a life expectancy in l 40Thermographic Surveys l excess of years Welalso offer Consultancy l Condition Reports l • Thermographic Surveys • Consultancy • Condition Reports
01524 730666 or 07772 884690
01524 730666 or 07772 884690
www.westmorlandflatroofing.co.uk / email@example.com www.westmorlandflatroofing.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
01524 730666 or 07772 884690
The Parish Council would like to appoint a new Parish Clerk/ Financial Officer for approximately 145 hours per annum www.westmorlandflatroofing.co.uk currently £10.63 per hour. Applicants will need to be computer literate, able to prepare email@example.com agendas and record minutes, financial procedures and be able to correspond with external organisations on behalf of the Council. Previous experience would be advantageous but training will be provided. If you are interested in applying for the position or require further information, please contact the Clerk. Closing date for applications is 4pm on 30th June 2017. Clerk - Mrs Sarah Shires Email: Staveleyincartmelpc@gmail.com
Dr S D Milligan & Dr H M Lovatt Cartmel Surgery Cartmel Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 6PH
We are a rural dispensing Practice looking for a Medical Receptionist to join our small friendly team. The successful applicant must have excellent IT & communication skills. Knowledge of QOF and EMIS web would be desirable, but enthusiasm, hardworking and willingness to learn is essential.
Hours of work: - Monday 12.30-6.30pm, Tuesday 10.30am–6.30pm and Friday 12.30-6.30pm with additional hours to cover holidays/sickness when needed. Pay dependable on experience and option to join NHS Pension Scheme. Apply with CV to: Janice Longmire, Practice Manager at the above address/ email, closing date for applications Friday 16th June. Job Description and Specification are available at www.cartmelsurgery.co.uk
Tel: 015395 36366 email Janice.firstname.lastname@example.org
JOINERY & BUILDING CONTRACTORS
W.G.BROWNLIE Ltd. Joinery & Building Contractors
All high quality Bespoke Joinery. Extensive local experience in holiday homes & second homes since 1999. IGLS. 29 Greengate, Levens, Cumbria. LA8 8NF
nnComplete roofing services;
natural slate, tiling, leadwork, chimneys & velux installation nnExtensions & renovations nnLoft Conversions nnRefurbishments nnConservatories, windows & doors in uPVC or Timber nnHardwood Flooring Specialists
Tel: 015395 60673 Mob: 07810 602999
Your local reliable roofing service SPECIALISTS IN LISTED BUILDINGS, NATURAL SLATES, COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC ROOFING
• • • • •
Slate & Tile repair Chimney Work Guttering Ridge tiles Re-Roofs
• Lead Work • All Felt & Fibreglass flat roofs. • Wood & UPVC Fascia Boards
We offer a full loft conversion service from initial planning application through to completion of work.
Registered Velux window installer
Grange: 015395 35635 Mobile: 07770 303033 Email: email@example.com FREE ESTIMATES
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Deborah Black ADI, Dip DI •Friendly, patient, lady instructor •Tuition tailored to your needs •Confidence building & pass plus Tel:01539 722777 Mob:07977 542853
PLUMBING & HEATING
JOINERY & BUILDING
PLUMBING AND HEATING Over 20 years experience
SECURE SELF STORAGE
Gas Central Heating & Bathroom Installer
Your local choice for all building & roofing work
• HIGH QUALITY • FRIENDLY SERVICE • • REASONABLE RATES •
Fibreglass Flat Roofing System
FREE ESTIMATES Tel: 015395 32761 Mob: 0796 7384114
Est. 1968 NORTH WEST AERIAL SPECIALISTS
07900 435 409 015395 35201
Caravan & Boat Storage
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