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Letter from the Editor
‘Bring me sunshine,’ so the song goes. What better place to be at this time of year than right here where we live. Great views, friendly people and a stunning countryside to enjoy. The promenade is a beautiful place to walk along, but the saltmarsh beyond is downright dangerous. With the recent sunny weather, there have been a number of people heading out beyond the grass and of course where one person goes, others will follow. With the school holidays just around the corner it is worth passing on this quote taken from The Bay Search and Rescue facebook page, relating to an incident that happened only yesterday. “At 14:54hrs today the team was paged by HM Coastguard with reports of a person and dog stuck in the quicksand at Grange-over-Sands. Three BSAR teams were deployed, along with Furness Coastguard and Arnside & South Lakes Coastguard Rescue Team. ...... a local resident who walks on the marshes and sands regularly, which just shows how dangerous the sands can be, even when familiar with them.” Talking of the bay, we finally managed to find an expert who can tell us what is really happening with the grass in the foreshore. Read all about it on page 8. Don’t miss the delightful photographs on page 13 which celebrate the many celebrations taking place at Cartmel Priory - congratulations to all of those involved. There are lots of other things to celebrate in this issue as you will see, not least the proposed work on the lido. Can it really be finally happening? Finally the date to put in your diary is Wednesday 2nd August for Cartmel Show. Bring me laughter, all the while... Chris, Glenn, Sarah and Sharon
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Allithwaite pupils take all three top spots In a national ‘Design a Drone’ competition, which attracted over 1700 entries, pupils at Allithwaite Primary managed to take First, Second and Third place. Representatives from Amazon and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), who organised the competition, visited the school on Wednesday 20th June to announce the winners. The winning entry came from Orrin, with Alesha and Iggy taking second and third. Parents of the winners were told beforehand and they turned up at school for the presentation but the children didn’t know anything about it until Av Raichura, from Amazon, and Jonathan Nicholson, from the CAA, announced the winners at a school assembly. The children were asked to design a model delivery drone using materials found in their everyday lives. The winning entries were chosen for their creativity, application of science and the benefit the drone would bring to society. Orrin’s winning design, was of a weather-proof ZIP drone which can fly at speeds of 70mph. It is made from recycled rubber and you download and use an app from your phone to order from it. His incredible first prize consisted of: £1000 cash donation to the school for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,
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Mollie celebrates her 102nd birthday Pictured here with Sarah McDonald from Bay Home Care and after a weekend visit from her grand and great grandchildren, Mollie enjoyed a quiet day with her daughters surrounded by flowers and good wishes from friends and family. Over the past few years Mollie has had huge support from some wonderful carers who have attended through wind, rain and snow, both day and night to help keep her comfortable at home in Grange. Now Mollie has a daughter with her at all times, the team of carers provide continuity and comfort. Though frail she remains young at heart and still enjoys a good song, always joining in and, if she forgets the words, happily making up new ones to fit the tune.
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By Gary Richardson FCIB, APFS
We attended a seminar by Invesco Perpetual at the beginning of June with regards to global economies but with a focus on the UK. A very interesting element was the outlook for UK interest rates. As we know, Bank of England base rate fell to 0.5% in March 2009 over 8 years ago. It then fell yet further to just 0.25% in August last year. Invesco’s predictions for future movements were not inspiring:- a rise to 0.5% by the end of 2018 and to 0.75% by 2020. If that transpires then a generation of borrowers will have had over a decade of ultra- low mortgage rates and will never have it as good again. Sadly it is the exact opposite for savers. The use of monetary policy by government (interest rates and quantative easing) is reaching the end of its’ cycle with fiscal policy (tax and spending cuts) the next phase. Exactly how government addresses this we wait and see. From an investment perspective all one can do is be aware of the bigger picture but focus on your own situation and objectives. The comments in this Editorial are only general and should not be taken as specific advice. It is important that you seek independent advice before taking any action on the above, or any other, subjects. It should be noted that the value of some investments can fall as well as rise therefore you may get back less than originally invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to the future. Independent Investment Associates Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
You may have noticed throughout June, that the former outdoor pool in Grange has had more people on-site than the usual weekly inspection that takes place. Grange Now contacted SLDC for an update to find out the latest. Structural engineers have been on-site to assess the structures and buildings, to document any further deterioration to the site.
This included pumping the water out of the vast sea tanks that sit under the old diving board structure, which were used historically to fill the pool, so that access could be gained to the tanks for the structural engineers to assess the site in its entirety, as well as the buildings on the periphery of the site.
A public consultation in January and February this year showed that more than 50% of residents and businesses in Grange wanted to see the site restored safely to allow access to the public, who have not been able to access the site since the pool closed in 1993.
The report will be finalised in late summer, which will form the basis of the next steps for the site, with the aim refurbish the buildings and bring the site back
The structural engineers team from RG Parkins will be looking for signs of further deteriorating structures, and specialist
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On Thursday 15th June, several banners were taken down from the railings beside Grange duck pond. The banners were rolled up and placed on the ground but a banner for the Prom Recreation Ground appears to have disappeared. Town Council are
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Earlier in the year, Grange Now published an article about local legend, Jean Malkin, taking on the challenge of swimming 70 tarns and lakes in this, her 70th year. Well she’s halfway there, with just 35 left to do before the 14th October (Jean’s birthday) deadline. Jean told Grange Now, “The record to date is 5 swims in one week, but it’s time for a holiday now, then back to it for the remaining 35. I would just like to thank my generous sponsors who have already donated to the two charities I’m supporting: Action for Children and ‘Jigsaw’ children’s hospice.” It’s not too late to donate, which you can do through Grange Information Centre or direct to Jean on 015395 34262.
Corey completes run for Christies Cartmel Priory pupil, and long time Grange Now deliverer, Corey Bacon, recently completed the Great Manchester Junior Run in 9 mins 38 secs. This was made all the more remarkable as Corey just recently had a plaster cast taken off his leg. Taking part in the run came about because he decided he wanted to raise
to The Christie for his treatment for quite a long time now and he can’t speak more highly of the brilliant care he gets from everyone there and I just want to help in a small way! My Uncle is incredible and I just want to do this in a way of thanking the people that help him. money for The Christie in Manchester as the hospital is treating his Uncle Gareth for leukemia. Corey had planned to raise £100 but soon surpassed his target and, as we go to print, the total stands at £955. Corey said, “My Uncle Gareth has been going
Since I planned to do this my Nananne has also found out she has cancer too and I hope the work The Christie does into cancer research can help her too! Thank you so much for any donations and for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page www.justgiving. com/fundraising/GemmaBrown41
Youngster sees off the competition If you think Crown Green Bowling is for ‘old people’ think again. Twenty four year old, Lee Storey, who plays for Allithwaite Bowling Club, has won the club’s Singles Championship. Geoff Leatherland was the runner up. Well done Lee. Club President, Gillian Yates presenting Lee with the trophy.
Many thanks to the stalwart stall holders who turned up for the 24th very rainy Edwardian Festival. Your presence was very much appreciated; Likewise the entertainers who all performed with gusto! Also grateful thanks to those who braved the rain during the day to come along. Despite the rain, which was actually quite warm, a good time was had by all. Thanks to the Scouts and table team for their help and all helpers on the gates. Many thanks to Victor for being such a stupendous MC! Also thanks to Mayor Peter Endsor and well done to Grange WI for Best Stall and Runner Up Friends of Victoria Hall. Congratulations to those who entered the Best Edwardian Dressed Competition: Especially Rose, Best Dressed Lady. Frank, Best Dressed Gent and Best Dressed Child. Fingers crossed for better weather next year – the 25th Anniversary
New Moor Lane Playground, Flookburgh Thank you to everyone who supported the Annual Duck Race in Cark and the Cake Sale in Flookburgh the day before. A total of £666.60 was raised towards the new Playground. The winning ducks were 1st 150 (Phil King), 2nd 359 (Jonathan Porter) & 3rd 382 (George & Helen Bennett). The next fundraiser is a Sponsored Coast to Coast bike ride by Gill Gardner, starting on 17th August. The Car Park should be completed by the time this goes to press, and groundwork preparations are continuing. Keep checking the facebook page for details.
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Cordgrass at Grange – will it disappear? Cordgrass, or Spartina anglica as it is known to botanists, is a relatively new species which appeared as a vigorous hybrid in the 1800s, a cross between a small British type and an American cousin, brought in the ballast of ships to Southampton. Over the 20th century the plants spread northwards around the British coast, arriving in Morecambe Bay in the late 1960s. Then, the Kent channel was close to the shoreline at Grange and the depth of the channel ensured that no saltmarsh could develop. When the channels switched to the Silverdale side and began to erode the large saltmarsh there, beach levels rose on the Grange side and conditions were perfect for saltmarsh growth. Cordgrass, as a pioneer species, took advantage and rapidly expanded at Grange and Kents Bank, where the young saltmarsh extended nearly a mile from the promenade. As the sediment built up and sheep grazing began on the marsh, other species began to replace cordgrass and the biodiversity
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2017 However, at the end of the 1980s the river channel began to cut back into the saltmarsh and a sharp erosion edge could be seen all along the front south from Holme Island. This has continued, until now there is only a 60-80 metre fringe of saltmarsh along the Grange shore, but still considerably more at Kents Bank and down to Humphrey Head. The areas to the south are unlikely to be cut right back to the shoreline, but at Grange it is possible that from the railway station to the baths there could be very little saltmarsh remaining if the rate of erosion continues. Air photos from the 1968 Huntings survey for the Morecambe Bay Barrage project show the main channel close to the shore all the way to Humphrey Head, so optimistically this could happen again. Some areas
of saltmarsh would remain in corners at Holme Island and Wyke farm. In conclusion, the river channel could complete its work and scour right back to the railway embankment. The downside of that will be the lack of beach on the Grange side and the loss of the tall plants such as reed and club rush which are potentially very attractive to birds. Grange will never have a truly sandy beach, because estuarine conditions favour a fairly high level of fine silt. In due course the Kent channel may revert to the Silverdale side and then the colonising grasses will return. This is part of the natural dynamics of the Bay. Richard Scott Plant ecologist – formerly of Merlewood Research Station at Grange ESKDALE VALLEY PRESENTS:
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Don’t miss Cartmel Show This year’s action packed show will take place on Wednesday 2nd August, and there’s a few ‘firsts’ for this year’s event. Organisers are delighted to announce that local chefs, including Simon Rogan, will be cooking up some mouth watering delights in the food theatre. They are also delighted to welcome, for the first time, Beetham Nurseries.
This year, the ever popular touring company, Illyria, returns to Brantwood with two classic productions
Shakespeare’s “A Comedy of Errors” on Tuesday 25th July and Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes” on Tuesday 22nd August. The performances take place in Brantwood’s scenic lakeside meadow, and Terrace Café Chef, Ben Willan, will be preparing some delicious pre-theatre food for the event. Drinks will also be available before and during the performance. Gates open at 6pm and the performance starts at 7pm. Please bring your own seating or rug. Performances will go ahead whatever the weather so come prepared! Coniston Launch is providing a ferry service to Brantwood for both shows, and boat places need to be prebooked through Brantwood. Tickets are available from Brantwood 015394 41396 or online at www.illyria.uk.com
This year you can also hitch a ride to Cartmel with free transport from Cark Railway Station direct to the showground, where hopefully you will see a 1st, 2nd or 3rd pinned to your work in the Industries tent.
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A cause for celebration In an amazing turn of events, 2017 sees members of the congregation of Cartmel Priory celebrating an incredible nineteen special events.
Three Diamond wedding anniversaries (60) years, six Golden wedding anniversaries (50) years, one Silver wedding (25) years, one 100th Birthday and eight 90 year olds, one of whom travels to the Priory church on a segway! To celebrate, Cartmel Priory is hosting a Celebration of Celebrations on July 2nd at 11am followed by a Jacob’s Join lunch and bubbles. The following weekend there will be yet another community event – the Priory’s own Ice Cream Sundae with barbecue, live jazz band and games for all ages.
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Tues 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th Cartmel Health Walks at 11am at Cartmel Racecourse Grandstand. Contact Ewen Cameron on 07929 833528 for information. Tues 4th, 11th 18th,25th - Gentle Seated Exercise Class for the over 50s at the United Reform Church Hall, Grange from 23pm. Come along and try this fun exercise class to help improve your balance and mobility. £2.50 per session. Contact Age UK on 01539 728118 for more information. Thur 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th Grange Health Walks at 11am at Age UK Superstore rear car park. Contact Ewen Cameron on 07929 833528 for information. Fri - 7th/14th/21st/28th - W.I.Hall Orchard Road Arnside LA5 ODP. Local home baking seasonal preserves and eggs. Hand made chocolates. Fresh fish. Home grown fruit and vegetables. Plants. Local hand made crafts. Watercolours. Refreshments available. Free entry. All welcome. Wed 5th/12th - The Feel Good Singalong - Wednesdays 11am at Allithwaite Community Centre. Fun, relaxed singing of popular songs and more. £6. Open to singers and non singers. Contact Kirsten Taylor through Facebook page SONG BIRDS Ulverston.
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Tue 4th Allithwaite & Cartmel WI, 2pm at Allithwaite Community Centre. Liz Howard Thornton will talk about the Voluntary Field Ambulance & Casualty Nursing services in WW1 followed by afternoon tea. New members welcome, contact Marty Crisp 015395 34201 or Wendy Graham 015395 32702 Thurs 6th/13th – 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. Fri & Sat 7th/8th - Elite Dance perform to ‘The Musicals’. Victoria Hall 7pm.
ALLITHWAITE HALF MARATHON CHARITY RACE Saturday 9th September In aid of St Mary’s Hospice, Ulverston Race Start Time: 11am from Allithwaite Community Centre. £10 entry fee all going to the charity. Prizes for race winners and age categories. allithwaiterunningclub.org.uk
Sun 9th - Grange Town and Hidden Garden Trail 10-5pm. Tickets £4 in advance from TIC. £5 on the day Tues 11th/18th Circle Dancing. No partner or dance experience needed. Gentle exercise for body and mind. Wide variety of music, including traditional S. European. Allithwaite Community Centre 2.15-4.15. £7 per week. Helen Brooks 015395 35022 Wed 12th - Newton and Field Broughton WI. The July meeting will be held at Lindale Village Hall at 7pm. The speaker and demonstrator will be Catherine Hunt and the topic will be ‘Aromatherapy’. Wed 12th July 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 .Find out how to take a better photo and share them safely online with your family and friends. Places must be booked in advance. For booking and further information, please phone the Adult Learning Team at the Brewery Arts Centre on 01539 722833 ext. 273.
Thur 13th - Play Reading Grange Drama. Grange Institute at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome. Sat 15th - Allithwaite Playground fun afternoon. 12noon onwards. Go along and join in the fun: Sports games, hook a duck, treasure hunt, raffle and much more. There will be hot dogs and a veggie option and there will be drinks on sale too. All proceeds to go to the park. Sun 16th - PROM ART 6080 Exhibitors selling their own Artwork, Photography and Craftwork along the promenade at Grange-over-sands. 10am 4pm. It’s Free. Mon 17th - Cartmel and District Flower Club Celebration Tea at 2.30pm at the Netherwood Hotel. Thurs 20th - Ulverston Jazz Appreciation Society. meets monthly at Bardsea’s Malt Kiln Village Hall. Music starts at 7pm. More information from Roy Booth at 01524 853335, or visit www. ulverstonjazz.co.uk. Sat 22nd - 30th - Grange and District Art Society annual exhibition. Victoria Hall, Grange Tues 25th - 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.
STEAM GATHERING Sat 29th July Sun 30th July
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VICTORIA HALL Fri 30 June Concert Club Gala Concert: Martin Roscoe, piano 8pm Saturday 1st July Furness Music Centre: Music for a Summer Evening. 7.30pm Sun 2 Come Dancing with Grahame & Bernice Baldwin 7.30pm Wed 5 Natural Voice Singing Workshop 1.30pm. Fri 7 & Sat 8 Elite School of Dance Show 6pm (Fri) 7pm (Sat) Mon 10 Town Council Meeting 7pm Fri 14 Social Dancing (not sequence) 7.30pm Sat 22 Tim Farron MP surgery 10am Sat 22 – Sun 30 Grange Art Soc. Annual Exhibition 10am – 4pm daily Yoga Classes (term time only): Shelley: Tuesday 10am Tracey: Thursday 10am Dance Lessons with James Reeder 7pm: Weds in July: 5 & 12 only
Thur 27th - Flookburgh Over 60’s Coach trip to Harrogate. leaving the square at 09:30. For bookings please contact Gillian; 015395 35568. Thur 27 – Grange WI. RC Church Meeting Room, 7- 7.30 pm for start of Treasure Hunt around Grange. Contact Margaret on 36735 for more details. Sat 29th July - Variety Night - Liz Harrison will be on the keyboard for a night of music, comedy and dancing. Admission £6.00 including tea & homemade cakes. Raffle will be held, all monies raised are for the Community Centre. Sat 29th & Sun 30th - Arts and Crafts fair, Cartmel Village Hall. Artists/crafters - to reserve a table please telephone 015395 34305 Sun 30th - PROM ART 6080 Exhibitors selling their own Artwork, Photography and Craftwork along the promenade at Grange-over-sands. 10am 4pm. It’s Free.
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Grange Allotment Open Day
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On Sunday 23rd July, Grange allotment are holding an Open Day.
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In fact, we’ve been working for farmers and fananciers, builders and beauticians, and everyone in between, since 1903. Visit our website or contact us to arrange a confidential review of your requirements. www.gedye.co.uk 015395 32313
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This is the third year for the event which has proved so popular in the past that they have decided to donate some of the proceeds to a local charity called ‘Growing Well’ from Low Sizergh.
£1 of the £3 entrance fee will go to the charity. Organisers say that as well as selling plants, vegetables, fruits, cakes, cordials, sandwiches there will also be a raffle and, at the time of going to press, they are hoping for a license which will enable them to sell Pimm’s and wines on the day.
Open Gardens event
Just a reminder that we are organising another Open Gardens again this year on Sunday July 9th from 10am to 5pm. The theme this year is Town and Hidden Gardens – all the gardens are in central Grange with a walking trail around them. As parking is often difficult on Grange’s roads the tour of the gardens will be easy to access from Grange’s car parks – it is only £1.20 all day at Berners Car Park. Tickets will be available £4 in advance from TIC and £5 on the day from TIC and participating gardens. The garden trail will include Park Road Gardens and Sensory Garden 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 which I’m sure you’ll agree make Grange a special place to live and help attract visitors.
Judging for Grange in Bloom Awards will take place the week starting Monday July 31st. The actual day of judging will be dependent on the weather and commitments of the judges. We hope that as many businesses as possible will put up hanging baskets or floral displays. We realise that watering and feeding them can be a problem especially in hot or windy weather but as a general rule the larger the basket the easier it is to maintain and taking them down to immerse in a bucket of water helps. We are also hoping that shops will create floral window displays. The Hospice shop have already decided to do so and we will judge the window displays if enough businesses take part.
NATURE & GARDENING
On 15 June, 16 Grange Ramblers set off on the Annual Coach Outing.
This year’s walk was a 7 mile ramble in Wensleydale from Aysgarth Falls to Castle Bolton and back. The walk started with refreshments in the cafe at the Aysgarth Falls Information Centre before setting off via the lower Falls and along the valley floor to Castle Bolton. A picnic lunch was taken close to the Castle with fine views back down the valley before setting off on the return leg to Aysgarth Falls via Carperby. The walk ended as it had begun with refreshments once again being taken in the Aysgarth Falls cafe.
Time for a ramble
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Watch the weeds don’t snaffle away the moisture!
We are delighted to announce that as from next month Grange Ramblers are going to do a column featuring a ‘walk of the month’ giving details and photos of a walk you may like to try yourself.
July is usually the driest month of the year and, dependant on which forecast you read, this summer could be especially dry, so watering is of paramount importance this month. Keep on top of the weeds by hoeing so the the weeds don’t snaffle away the moisture. The sun’s heat shrivels the weeds away so there’s no chance of them re-rooting.
Brown Robin nature reserve We are currently working on a new management plan for the next 5 years and have recently undertaken fixed point photography around the whole reserve. This gives an insight as to how the reserve is changing over long periods of time. We may even use a drone, to help with mapping, for managing the woodland areas. We are also looking into expanding the coppice in the compartment to create more diversity.
The top fields are doing well with mainly Orchids spreading all over, and areas where we removed scrub are now replaced with more wild flora such as bird’s foot trefoil and pignut. A second report of a Grasshopper
warbler passing through is welcome news and highlights the importance of the reserve for migratory birds.
On a more serious note, one of the cattle on the reserve was recently mauled by a dog and had to be removed from site. We have put new signs on the access gates, but please, when visiting the reserve with your dog keep it on the lead, especially
during the summer months. On Sunday 16th July, weather permitting, I will be running a guided walk looking at all aspects of the reserve, but specifically the butterflies of Brown Robin. Booking is essential. Please call: 01539 816300 Tony Saunders hon res mgr.
Wanted: wonderful photos of Cumbria’s wildlife Have you taken some wildlife photographs that you’re really proud of and want to share? If so, why not enter them into Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s new photography competition? Your photo could feature in the charity’s 2018 calendar.
There are four categories in this competition: Cumbria’s red squirrels: One of our county’s most iconic and much-loved species, do you have a photo that show our native reds at their best? Cumbria’s flora: From hay meadows to woodlands, single orchids to a carpet
Whether it’s the wild and windy coast, peaceful woodlands, breath-taking fell-tops, or precious wetlands, send in your photos that capture the essence of Cumbria’s varied landscapes.
of wildflowers, this is your chance to showcase Cumbria’s fantastic flora. Cumbria’s wildlife: It may be summertime, but why not look through your archive of wildlife throughout the seasons? Cumbria’s wild places:
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Twelve winning photos will be chosen, all of which will feature in Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s 2018 calendar and the overall winner will also feature on the front cover of the calendar. The deadline for entries is midnight on Sunday 16 July. Please note photos should be landscape orientation (wide, not tall). For how to enter, and full terms and conditions, go to: cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk.
Mulches are a good way to keep as much moisture in the soil as possible. This can be old compost, grass clippings or even old newspapers. Wood chippings can be useful for this and are a great soil conditioner but they must be composted for a few months beforehand as they have a tendency to leach nitrogen from the soil as they break down and can affect your plants’ development. It might also be worth scattering a few slug pellets before you mulch as slugs and snails will seek shelter under the moist mulch oasis.
Water retaining gel can be useful if you incorporate a couple of sprinkles into the soil when planting out, it can be especially useful if you have tomatoes in hanging baskets as these tend to dry out very quickly and will need to be watered twice a day otherwise. Follow the instructions. Is can be tempting to add a couple of extra scoops but if there is a downpour you can find your seedling wobbling around on top of a spawny, wobbly jelly. In some countries gardeners leave small depressions around the base of their shrubs for any rain or water to pool around the plants so this could be a good idea to try around your soft fruit bushes or trees.
Whatever measure that you decide to take none of them can save you from having to water at all so when you do make sure you do it effectively. If you have a hosepipe at your allotment try only to water in the cooler part of the morning or in the evening. If you’re restricted to using watering cans get an extra one or borrow one from a neighbour and cut your number of journeys to the tap by half unless you’re training for an arm wrestling championship or require one particularly long arm for some reason.
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Peter Pan Written by J M Barrie. 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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THE ENGINE BEER FESTIVAL - featuring local breweries and much more! A Barbecue and live music is planned for the weekend 5th/6th August
THAI NIGHTS – coming soon, authentic Thai dishes prepared for you by our very own chef from Thailand To buy advance tickets for The Engine Beer Festival, book a table or for more information
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Crop for the Shop This month sees the launch a new initiative at Low Sizergh Barn: Crop for the Shop.
We’re looking for home, school or allotment growers who have an overabundance of fresh produce and want to avoid wasting any of their harvest by bringing spare fruit, veg, herbs or flowers to us. And it doesn’t have to be huge amounts, it could just be a couple of cabbages. In exchange for their lovely produce we’ll give them a gift card, which means a well-deserved break from digging and the chance to enjoy a treat from the farm shop shelves or a cuppa and a slice in the café. It’s a great way for local shops like us to source even more fresh, seasonal produce that’s grown right on our doorstep.
And there are other benefits to the scheme too:
Why Saltmarsh Lamb will always be a Seasonal Product It’s uncommon these days to come across truly seasonal foods since the supermarkets can now source most fresh produce year-round, from across the globe. There are a few exceptions however, Saltmarsh Lamb being one of them. It’s around the start of June that our customers begin to enquire about when Saltmarsh Lamb will be available – which we, as butchers love – as it shows a genuine appreciation of a quality product that is eagerly anticipated as the season approaches.
1. Cutting down on garden wastage and seeing even mis-shaped vegetables put to good use
We love this recipe Idea for Roasted Morecambe Bay Saltmarsh Lamb Leg:
2. We can offer our customers a wider range of the freshest possible produce on our farm shop shelves and café menu
• 4 x garlic cloves, finely chopped
• 1tsp dried chilli flakes
3. Food miles are kept low and there are no chemical sprays on the veg due to a growers’ agreement
• 4 x salted anchovies, finely chopped
4. Hand grown crops are often far more exciting than commercial crops - unusual or heritage varieties are sure to appeal to our customers
• Salt & pepper
Full details of how the scheme works and how prices are decided can be found on our website. If you’d like to get involved, please let us know by calling Rachel on 015395 60426 or emailing email@example.com.
• 4 mint sprigs, chopped
• 1 lemon, zest and juice
The reason why our Morecambe Bay Saltmarsh Lamb remains a seasonal product is down to the nature of the shore land on which the lambs graze. Compared with “regular” fertilised meadow grazing, estuarine shores contain a lighter density of wild, nutrientrich plants and herbs that are subject to tidal conditions. This natural diet in turn results in slower growing animals that need longer to mature before becoming ready for consumption. The meat produced is a light, sweet and distinctive product that is 100% Cumbrian and seasonal. Combine the wet rub ingredients and coat the joint all over. Leave to marinate for 2-3 hours. When ready to cook, pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees. Pour a good glug of extra virgin olive oil all over the meat then place in a heavy-based oven tray and pan-fry on a mediumhigh heat until coloured and caramelised. Place in the oven to cook until blush pink in the centre. Enjoy!
Our Morecambe Bay Saltmarsh Lamb sourced from local farms is available from June to late autumn. Find out more about this special local delicacy by collecting one of our leaflets in-store! DON’T MISS: Our Deli Picnic Packs are available to order in-store now! £20 includes a carry-away, two course gourmet Picnic for four people, perfect for the Races, Cross-Bay walks or a just a day in the Garden!
Please note: we may occasionally have to say no to your produce. If we already have high quantities of something we will politely refuse it in order to avoid any unnecessary food waste – Rachel is our key contact, and is happy for you to email or ring to check what we have or need.
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Grange Town Council
Bookshelf The Children’s Summer Reading Challenge will be starting on Saturday 15th July and will run until September this year.
All councillors were in attendance for the full town council meeting on Monday 12th June. District Councillor, Mary Wilson, said that following a Health & Safety review there will be changes to some resident’s bin collections. Those affected will be informed in writing by South Lakeland District Council (SLDC). During the ‘Have your Say’ Section, Roger Handley, the Chairman of the newly formed Friends of the Victoria Hall Group laid out the group’s plans, once the Constitution had been adopted. The group will work closely with Grange Town Council and the Victoria Hall Manager. At a later point in the meeting, Cllr Tom Harvey reminded councillors that SLDC had undertaken a £10,000 Locality Study in respect of Victoria Hall, the results of which are expected in September. Cllr Harvey did say that the study may come back and say that a ‘Friends Group’ is the best way forward but councillors needed to be mindful of this forthcoming report. Cllr Harvey then proposed that the Council approve the Constitution. This was voted on and duly Resolved. Cllr Joanna Greenway informed councillors that positive developments have already come out of the proposed
Neighbourhood Plan (NP) with Holker Estates discussing their plans for their proposed site at Kents Bank with members of the NP committee.
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The Alzheimer’s Society will be holding a Drop In on the morning of Tuesday 4th July 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.
“The increase arises out of increased street lighting charges. In particular one street light in Edenmount Road had to be entirely replaced at a cost of some £1500. Street lights are in the ownership of either CCC, SLDC or the local parish/town council (in this case GTC) which can be difficult to follow. These charges relate to lamps in the ownership of GTC. Similar charges have occasionally been made in the past, but this increase is unfortunately a large one. I am sorry that there was no advance warning to GTC about this increase”.
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There will be a ‘Sign-along- a story’ storytime on 7th August which is an introduction to sign language through animal stories for children aged 2 to 6 years. This is a free event but booking is essential in the Library or by phoning 32749. There will also be a visit from Little Beasties on 16th August (further details to follow).
At the last meeting, District Councillor, Eric Morrell was asked to investigate the matter of the variance in the Precept rise from 5.8% to 8.2%. Cllr Morrell reported back as follows:
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The theme this year is ‘Animal Agents’. The Challenge is open for Primary School children to read at least 6 library books in the summer and receive rewards when they return them to the Library and a certificate on completion.
Storytime/Rhymetime for pre-school children is now on Wednesday afternoons from 2 to 2.30 pm on the 5th & 12th July. Parents, grandparents and carers are welcome to come along with their little ones for half an hour of stories and rhymes.
Penny Hillier is returning to the Library with a display of her delightful textile landscapes inspired by the Cumbrian Landscape and Morecambe Bay from 17th July to 12th August. She will also be demonstrating the techniques used to produce her works in the Library at the following dates/times: 2 to 4 pm on 24th July, 11 am to 1 pm on 28th July, 2 to 4 pm on 9th August and 10 am to 12 noon on 12th August. The Library has a range of recycling boxes which benefit a number of charities. If you have postage stamps, spectacles, mobile phones or wool you no longer need, place them in the appropriate box in the Library porch.
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The new administration at the County Council will be a Lib Dem / Labour alliance with support from a few independents. This, of course, ignores the fact that The Conservatives achieved the largest number of votes ahead of the Labour and Lib Dem votes together. The party has the largest number of seats but hey that is what happens when there is no clear majority for one party. We are determined to hold this new administration to account for their actions over the next four years. On a more positive note the parishes including Grange Town Council have met with the Saturday Bus provider of the 532 service and have agreed to subsidise this service for another 12 months. I must thank these parishes for their support and community involvement which will benefit the residents and tourists in the Cartmel Peninsula. I have been trying to catch up with all the questions and requests residents have mentioned to me over the last few weeks and hopefully I have picked all of these up. If I have not contacted you please let me know. My contact details are 015395 32482 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org Kindest regards Bill Wearing Conservative County Councillor Grange Division
I am going to be brutally honest with you and say that I don’t have a great deal to report on in my Grange Now column this month. The past couple of months have been so taken up with Elections that I confess that I have not been as focused on our campaigns as I could have been. In fact, to be strictly accurate, since May 3rd when Parliament was dissolved I haven’t even been your MP. But the election is now well out of the way and I am so honoured and grateful to be re-elected as your MP. I promise to do all I can to justify your faith in me and to work as hard as I can for your needs, whether you voted for me or not. You may well have heard that I have also resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats. There were a number of reasons for this that I am sure you don’t want me to go into in Grange Now. But the long and short of it is that I am really pleased that this will allow me to spend much more time here working with you and our local councillors to get this area the best in health, education,
housing, jobs and all the many other things we all know are needed. My very firm plan is to spend much more time sleeping in my own bed in Milnthorpe than I do in my tiny flat in London. That is what I have promised Rosie and the children so I can’t see that I will be allowed to go back on it. Not that I want to. The down side for you is that you are going to be seeing a lot more of me around the area. I allowed myself a few days with my family when the election was over but we were out knocking on doors within a week of the election asking people what were the local issues they were concerned about. Much to my relief everyone we met seemed really pleased to see us and pleased that we were out without any election on the horizon.
We started in Kendal but don’t worry we will get to Grange and the surrounding areas very soon. If you have any issues please have them ready for when we knock or better still why not drop me an email or call the office? The email address is, as ever, tim@ timfarron.co.uk and the phone number 01539 723 403.
Thanks so much for your support Tim
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Grange Methodist On 28th March, the Women’s Network at Grange Methodist Church, held their A G M.
The members of committee and officers, were all returned for the coming year, and then the main business was the distribution of funds.
It was decided that a gift be given to the Church, and the remainder of the funds would be divided between the Calvert Trust, Eden House, District Network and Chernobyl Children. These children come annually to enjoy a holiday, have medical
checks and dental treatment. This year, a new group of children will be visiting and they will come for five years. Network ladies have had a part in the past in the entertainment, when children could come and enjoy the delights of Grange and have a meal at the church.
The date for the Network Annual coffee morning was announced. It is to be the 2nd of August. Prior to that there will be an appeal, for goods to sell on the stalls and help manning the stalls. On Wednesday, 29th March, the Women’s Network organised a slide show presented by Maurice Steele. Maurice is a retired farmer, with a wonderful eye for a picture and great talent for putting together an engaging show, with
music and commentary. This year his ‘Travels with a Camera’ featured many properties of the National Trust. We visited the nature reserve at Blakeney, Styal Mill and Apprentice House, and the Red Squirrel reserve at Formby. We saw the apparently tumbling down Tudor Speke Hall, Liverpool and the very tree from which Isaac Newton saw the apple fall, the home of William Morris of motor car fame and many more places with interesting histories. Afterwards, ladies served a delicious buffet supper which added to the success of the evening. Proceeds from the show are for the North West Air Ambulance; we shall know the amount later.
Churches Together in Grange & District One of the topics which the Churches in the area are concerned with is their work amongst young people. Accordingly, a ‘Youth Trust’ was set up, funded by the churches and individual donations. This was set up in 2006, run by Trustees, now under the leadership of Chris Mason, the Diocesan Network Youth Coordinator. After some time, when funds allowed, Chris’s work has been helped by other youth leaders. Currently, Libby Cuthbertson, an experienced youth worker and outdoor
St Mary’s It has been quite an eventful month at St Mary’s. On the last Sunday in May we were privileged to have a visit from Roger Jones of Christian Music Ministries, who, with a group of instrumentalists, led the worship at our morning Communion service which was much appreciated. On June 9th we hosted a community family fun night complete with bouncy castle
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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activities Coordinator, making up the team, along with voluntary helpers. They maintain work at Cartmel Priory School with worship, and a Christian time lunch club, as well as visits to the primary schools.
A Friday evening group meet at the Methodist Church, and is growing, along with supporting their Sunday morning ‘Toast Church’. At St. Mary’s Church, ‘Rock Solid’ takes place in Allithwaite; there is also the possibility of another venture at Flookburgh, developing out of ‘Flook4Youth’. But more volunteers are needed
and a variety of outdoor games available for all age groups. In spite of atrocious weather the previous and following day the rain held off and the sun shone on the 60-70 adults and children who enjoyed the BBQ and drinks provided. The following Monday another after school Messy Church with a seaside theme was enjoyed by around 40+ children - both in and out of doors - with various water related activities and finishing with an outdoor picnic
for this to take off.
All of this work helps in forming good relationships between school staff, local churches, and encouraging and supporting young people in their faith as well as forging community links between the various age groups. If you are interested in help with any of this initiative, either by financial donation or to help, please get in touch with John Towler (Tel. 015395 533484). The date of the next meeting for Churches Together in Grange & District is 11th July Tuesday at 2.00pm. tea consisting of fish finger burgers and ice cream. In July we are looking forward to a visit from Sam and Sarah Hargreaves who will be leading us in outdoor worship at Abbot Hall from 10.00 am on Saturday, July 1st finishing with a BBQ at 1 o’clock and the following day there will be various activities at church during the morning finishing with a Jacob’s Join picnic lunch. All are welcome to join us at either or both of these events.
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By Matron A big thankyou to everyone who braved the weather and attended the coffee morning, it was lovely to meet so many of you.
We are looking forward to welcoming our new activities co-ordinator and I’m sure she has some wonderful things in store for our patients. I would like to say a special thank you to our former activities co-ordinator; Joan. She has been working at Boarbank for many years, first as a staff nurse and then with activities. We’re sad she has stepped down but grateful that she is still able to visit us. She is, without doubt, a very special lady who I am proud to be able to call a friend. We are starting to fund raise for the nursing home so if anyone has anything they would like to offer: time; ideas; raffle prizes, please get in touch. Telephone: 015395 32288 email@example.com
Tottlebank Church invite you to their Garden Party Members of Tottlebank Baptist Church (nr. Greenodd) extend a warm welcome to their Garden Party on Sat. 22nd. July from 2 – 4pm. Browse the various stalls, enjoy some games and fellowship over refreshments. All donations will go to a Christian charity. This historic little ‘Chapel beyond the Sands’ dates from 1669 and is well worth a visit to it’s peaceful, rural setting. LA12 8HY”
St Paul’s, Grange The Spring Fair on the 3rd June was very successful, raising over £1200. We saw the benefits of the new kitchen with a large number of bacon sandwiches being served to hungry visitors and helpers, in addition to cakes, scones coffee and tea. The Edwardian Songs of Praise was well attended with a congregation drawn from all the town churches. The service was prepared by our Curate Andrew, Nigel Duce played the organ to considerable applause and the expanded choir, organised and led by Charles Edmondson, our Director of Music, gave a wonderful performance. The congregation sung heartily, rounding off a very enjoyable evening. The next in our series of summer concerts, organised by Charles Edmondson, will take place on the 26th July. Charles will be joined by the violinist Barbara Tune to present a programme of piano and violin music. Barbara will perform pieces ranging from the baroque to the present day. The concert starts at 1.00pm with lunch available from 12.00. The Parochial Church Council is due to meet in July to finalise arrangements for the Christmas Tree Festival. Following that meeting dates for the Festival will be announced and organisations will be invited to book places.
St Peter’s, Field Broughton Over the following year, up to November 2018, the church will be remembering those fallen in the First World War, with special services remembering each of the 12 local people who died while serving in the Armed Services. Their names are Timothy Benson, John Churchman, Robert G Hutchinson, Thomas Jackson, Henry Keenan, Richard Edgar Newsham, John Pearson, Thomas Preston, William
United Reformed Church Another month on, and joint services with the Methodist congregation have taken place every Sunday in June. In July, all Sunday morning services will take place at the United Reformed Church. A big step forward in our aim to become one church. Also, there was a joint meeting of the Congregations on Sunday, 18th of June
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Gray Rawlinson, Herbert Shread, Frank Wilkin, and John Pattinson. Relatives or anyone who knows relatives of these people, do please get in touch with the church via stpetersfieldbroughton.org.uk as we would very much like to include them. By the time you read this, the weekend of celebration for St Peter’s Day will have passed. We will have enjoyed a fantastic mix of poetry, prose and music focused on St Peter and summertime. The musical line-up included Mary Iveson, a group lead by Pamela Wilson of the Lakes Quartet and Yew to begin discussions about the use of buildings. There will be a further Community consultation about this on Wednesday 5th July, 10am12noon at the Methodist Church and 2-4pm at the URC. All users of the buildings are welcome at these discussions. In the afternoon of June 4th, the South Lakes Group of the URC held a joint Pentecost service followed by refreshments. It was a most inspiring service and it was
Tree Barn, songs by Kate Rusby from Lauren Bate, and beautiful piano recitals from Judith Pool’s two pupils, who wowed the audience last time they appeared. The readings included a specially written piece by David Hunt read by Russ Bate. The church is open every day for visitors to enjoy the peace in the church and the tranquillity of the churchyard. Relatives may be interested to know that an up to date map of the churchyard and lists and dates of those buried are both available online and inside the church. good to see friends afterwards. The July walk is on the 20th, and is an exploration of Humphrey Head. All welcome.
Members of the Northwest and Mersey Synods are looking forward to their biennial Big Day Out at Southport on July 8th. This is always an exciting and uplifting event. On Saturday 15th July at 3pm there will be a service to celebrate the work of the Windermere Centre which is having to close.
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It was lovely as my final show with them was also Jack and the Beanstalk where I played Jack so I came full circle. When and what was your first leading role? More of a supporting role but I played Quakers in Aladdin and then the following year went on to play a princess. Other roles I played with Grange Panto include the Snow Queen in Snow Queen, Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk, Avarice in Snow White. I also was part of GAOS on and off from a young age (being the fiddler in Fiddler on the Roof when I was about 8). I also played Bet in Grange Amateur Operatic society’s production of Oliver, Susan in Calamity Jane and Louise in Carousel.
Artist of the month Grace Heap, Actor/Singer Grange born young performer, Grace Heap was no stranger to the stage when she took off on an eight month long tour of Spain and Portugal with the Clever Pants Theatre Group. Grace, now 21, started singing and acting at a very young age and Grange Now caught up with her following her recent concert, with Glen Giffney, ‘Resonance’. Tell us about the early years: I went to Grange Primary School, followed by Cartmel Priory School and then Ripley St Thomas Sixth Form in Lancaster. I have two half sisters but they are older and live abroad with their own families.
When did your love of performing start? I don’t remember ever not loving it. It’s always just something I have done. I took part in competitions from a young age and then started going to Stagecoach at weekends and began performing in shows, singing at concerts and I always loved going to the theatre with my mum. What was the first production you performed in? Grange Pantomime: Jack and the Beanstalk as ensemble. I joined as soon as I was old enough so this was my first show with them and I loved it.
When I was younger the stagecoach agency got me a few roles such as one of the children in Drowning on Dry Land when the tour came to Windermere. Which college did you attend and what was your audition piece? The Musical Theatre Academy (MTA) in London. I had to attend a full day audition with a full morning of dance and then acting and singing in the afternoon. I performed a monologue from Star Spangled Banner and the songs ‘With You’ from Ghost and ‘Far Away’ from Blitz. During my time at The MTA I
Taking Steps was a triumph On the night that we were all reeling from the fact that the snap election had produced a hung parliament (Friday 9th June), I went along to see if Grange Drama’s latest production could cheer me up. Under Director, Deborah Powell, the group tackled Alan Ayckbourn’s theatrein-the-round production, the farcical, ‘Taking Steps’. When it’s done properly, it’s a ‘laugh a minute’ show and I’m delighted to say Grange Drama did it properly! I, along with the rest of the
excellent production. However, I must single out newcomer, Howard St Quinton, in his debut role for the group. His performance of hapless, ineffectual solicitor, Tristam was superb. His performance throughout was flawless and every line he uttered brought a laugh. sell-out audience, were in stitches throughout. The cast were superb in their respective roles; with timing and delivery that was spot on. Wellcast and believable in their roles, it was an
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played roles such as Phaeax in Welcome to Thebes, Faith in The Venus Factor and Fairy Godmother in Cinderella. Other shows I did while I was there were Around the World in Eighty Days, Sunshine on Leith, two shows cases and two musical theatre revues. When I graduated from MTA, I had done nine public productions (a one week run of a production at the end of every term) and was delighted to sign with Simon & How Associates (Agency) The recent tour you were on: Who, Where, What and how did you get the part? The tour was around Spain and Portugal for eight months with a Theatre in Education company called Clever Pants. We did four shows; two children shows ‘Tall Tales’ and ‘Danny Daydream’ and then parody/ comedy versions of the classics ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’ for older children and adults. I was in a small team of just three of us: two boys and me so there was a lot of multi rolling involved and not much time off stage. We would sometimes do four shows a day, often in different venues. Long days and lots of driving but lots of fun too. I got the job through audition. What’s next? Having just returned from the concert in Grange, I am currently auditioning for a variety of roles.
The Textile Landscape Local textile artist, Penny HillierEvans is returning to Grange library, between 18 July to 12 August, with an exhibition entitled The Textile Landscape. Penny’s work is inspired by the Cumbrian landscape and the breathtaking views across Morecambe Bay. The exhibition will include many new pieces all of which are for sale. During the exhibition Penny will be demonstrating how she creates her pieces, look out for the details in the library regarding the artist in residence sessions. Also if you feel inspired to Create your Own Textile Landscape Penny will be one hand to for a chat about her day workshops which come with lashings of homemade cake! Penny can be contacted at her studio in Grange on 015395 33968
Back by popular demand! On Saturday 29th July, Elizabeth Harrison will be returning to Allithwaite Community Centre with her one-woman show. In March, Elizabeth held a similar music, dance and entertainment evening, at the community centre, and everyone said at the time “it was fantastic night”. Elizabeth will once again be paying your kind of music from ‘Big Band’ to ‘quiet ballads’ all mixed with Elizabeth’s cheerful Lancashire humour. There’s dancing for those who want to and tables for those who don’t. This really is a variety evening
Extra date planned for Prom Art
You may remember that the April event had to be cancelled at the last minute due to high winds. However, Geraud, the appointed event managers have offered to change this disappointment into an opportunity for everyone, by putting on an extra event on
Stage and Screen is the theme The talented youngsters from Elite Dance, Cark, will take to the stage in the Victoria Hall for two evening performances on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th July.
with something to suit everyone. Don’t miss out. Admission, including tea and homemade cakes, is £6 with all proceeds going to the hall. Sunday 16th July. Prom Art would like to offer places at this extra event to other exhibitors who may wish to give the ‘New’ Prom Art a “try” or book this as an additional event at half our usual fee - that is £15 for non members or half the members fee. To book contact Julie: 01513635411 or www.promart. info. The monthly event on 30th July will still take place as usual.
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Founder and teacher, Jane Baddiley told Grange Now, “This year’s show is called ‘Stage and Screen’ and it includes songs from musicals and films including 42nd Street, Minions and the Nutcracker”.
Jane, along with fellow teachers, Jennifer Jeffreys and Kym Walton have choreographed the majority of the dance troupe’s amazing routines which include ballet, tap, modern and freestyle dances. Guest choreographer for this show is Clare Palethorpe who visited the Cark studio for an exciting day and created numbers from Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins and Saturday Night Fever.
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Flookburgh Primary We have had a very busy start to our summer term, and the one place where we haven’t spent much time is in school itself!
To take advantage of the good weather, we have all been out enjoying trips and sporting events. Class 1 have enjoyed a fun-filled day or activities in Cartmel woods. Class 2 have been to explore the grounds and history of Holker Hall. Class 3 have brought their topic work to life by visiting the Roman remains at Birdoswald up on Hadrian’s Wall, and Class 4 have ventured even further afield with their trip to become World War II refugees at Beamish Museum, County Durham! Our children have enjoyed several sporting events in the local area. Our team of four children from Year 4 recently excelled to win their Tennis Tournament at Ulverston Tennis Centre. This means they will move on to play at the next stage in Carlisle on 12th July! Other teams have done similarly well in the Grange Lions Football tournament and the local cluster Rounders tournament at Cartmel Priory School.
Grange Preschool We have been learning about our local surroundings this half-term including: writing and posting letters; planting and watering our beans and sunflowers; worm charming with Grange Outdoor Club; cooking in our Nature Kitchen, talking on our Forest Phone and drawing on our Seaside-themed Chalkboards, which are new resources from the Co-op Community Fund grant. We have also purchased sensory materials such as Skwooshi and Kinetic Sand (the adults love these as much as the children!) If you re-register your Co-op membership card, you can support us in raising money for updating our electrical items. You can also donate cakes or help sell them on our Refreshment Stall at the Historic Vehicle Rally, Sunday 13th August. Our next Nearly New Sale for maternity/baby/children’s clothes/toys/equipment will be in September. We have visits planned to the Fire Station and Grange Nursery as well as a Sports Day and Teddy Bears Picnic. Our next Open Mornings are on Monday 3rd July and Friday 14th July from 9.15 to 11.15 for families with children from toddling to 3 years.
The School Council organised and ran a ‘school talent show’ and what amazingly creative children we have. The job of choosing the winners from KS1 and KS2 was not an enviable one as the standard was so high. Our wonderful winners were James Hall in Tawny Owls for his marvellous magic show and Luke Hamer in Eagle Owls for his selfwritten ‘Allithwaite Blues’ piano song.
This month, I wanted to highlight the fantastic work carried out by members of our school community. The PTFA runs and supports an annual calendar of events in school, eg school discos, the 100 Club prize draw, a Pre-Loved Uniform Shop and providing refreshments for musical events and parents’ evenings. The PTFA also raises funds in support of a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Recent recipients of grants include the John Muir Award scheme, Design Technology Department
Children at Lindale School have been enjoying the summer; getting out and about with our residential visits and outdoor learning. Our Reception and Year 1 class spent a really fascinating morning at Castle Head pond dipping. Year 2 and 3 have had an action packed day at Castle Head, including staying the night. The children were all very excited about making their own beds and packed
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The Tawny Owls have visited the Aquarium of the Lakes as part of their Coastal Topic. They explored coastal habitats and travelled on a steam train just as people would have to holiday here in the past. This week all of the Key Stage Two children visited
and the ICT, Chess, Times Tables, Gingerbread and Film Clubs, the Creative Writing Group for their trip to London,as well as new technical equipment and costumes for the annual production. The PTFA is currently raising funds for additional outdoor benches. Fundraising events include a grand raffle and a biannual sponsored walk. The next big event is the duck race on Sunday 25 June in Cartmel. As the end of the summer term approaches, other forthcoming events include:Summer Concert – Wednesday 5 July, 6.30pm, where pupils will showcase their musical skills.
lunches! Years 4 and 5 spent 3 days at Sedbergh where they explored the Howgills, walked to Cautley Spout waterfall, scrambled up a ghyll and also enjoyed helping with the cooking including toasting marshmallows as part of a barbeque. Year 6 are now looking forward to their residential to the Northern Lake District for 4 days at the end of June. Some of our Year 6 children spent the election day at the South Lakes Pupil Parliament at the Netherwood hotel with other schools from the area. We learnt all about the election process and had our own
Heaves Farm in Levens as part of their educational ‘farm to fork’ initiative. The farm is a large working farm with livestock for meat and dairy. The children enjoyed a hugely informative day with a wide variety of demonstrations to watch. We enjoyed sheep being sheared, a sheepdog working, a working dairy tour, cattle barns and how to age eggs and handling chicks, and so much more. We finished this month with our Sports Day which all of the children really enjoyed, especially the parent and teacher races!
A summer production of Shrek –performances will be held on Monday 17 July, 1pm & 6.30pm. A special event will also be held in school to mark the excellent attendance rates of many pupils. One of our parents has successfully obtained funding from three local companies that provide transport to school–KT Coaches, Economical Taxis and Ricky’s Travel. The school is extremely grateful to the transport companies who have sponsored this new awards process. Thank you to everyone who contributes and supports the school in this way. Dr P Williams Headteacher
mock election. We are also looking forward to all our end of term activities and our leaver’s service and events. Wishing you all a very happy summer! Pupils and staff at Lindale School.
It all adds up to a win for Lindale Four pupils from Lindale Primary came top of the class when they took part in the annual ‘Times Tables Challenge Quiz’ held at Grange Fell Golf Club on Wednesday 24th May. Taking part were Y3-Y6 pupils from Allithwaite, Cartmel, Grange, Flookburgh, Leven Valley and Lindale Primary Schools were challenged about their knowledge of their times
tables and their application in problem solving. The Final was sponsored by Hadwins Motor Group, Higginsons Butchers, Cartmel Sticky Pudding Company and Furness Building Society. The winning school was Lindale with Leven Valley in second place and Allithwaite placed third. Lindale School received £100 of maths resources with each pupil receiving a £15 voucher and a certificate. Second place Leven Valley winning £80 of maths resources and £12 voucher for each pupil and
Changes to childcare entitlement
In September 2017, changes in provision for two, three and four yearolds mean that parents of pre-school age children, who meet certain criteria, will be able to claim 30 hours a week of free childcare. This can save eligible families up to £2,000 per year in childcare costs. On this page you will find information about several of the nurseries in our area who are able to offer either fifteen or thirty hours provision. To check if you are eligible search online for ‘childcare entitlement’
We have a spacious and well-equipped nursery where fun and imagination matter.
We are very proud of all that we offer in our lively Nursery.
Our children arrive each day to be met by our enthusiastic qualified teacher and support staff and experience a range of stimulating activities. We love getting outdoors into our expansive grounds; if the weather is poor we always have our newly refurbished covered area in which to learn.
We currently offer a 15 hour provision; we are looking to expand this to 30 hours as soon as we are able. Please do come along to visit us on our next open
Our Nursery has places available from September where our caring, experienced staff provide a warm, welcoming and exciting learning environment for our youngest pupils.
third place was Allithwaite who received £50 of resources and a £10 voucher for each pupil. All other entrants received a calculator and a certificate. The independent marker, Elaine Charnock from Cartmel Priory School and independent time keeper Chris Chew ensured the smooth running of the event. The prizes were presented by Mandy Rowe, Manager of Furness Building Society in Grange in the presence of an audience of 50 parents, governors, teachers and Headteachers.
morning on Tuesday 11th July, between 9.30am and 11.30am or make an appointment to visit us at another time on 015395 58434 or admin@flookburgh. cumbria.sch.uk
Learning takes place both inside and outside, whatever the weather! We aim to nurture and inspire your cherished ones, giving them the best start to their education. We have fully qualified and dedicated staff including an experienced foundation stage teacher who will help your children learn through play. Children enjoy topic based learning, forest schools, PE in a well-resourced hall, music and much more.
New for next year… outdoor canopy with learning areas and morning/after school childcare. Contact us for more details and a visit. Follow us on facebook. www.allithwaite.cumbria.sch.uk
We welcome children from three years of age. Funded sessions are offered five mornings per week, Monday to Friday from 8.55am – 11.55 am. We hope to be able to offer 30 funded hours from January 2018 or earlier if possible. The development of imagination, curiosity through problem solving, physical skills and early numeracy and literacy skills all form part of each day for your child. If you would like to come and have a look around or are interested in a place for your child then call us on 015395 32392 or email joanne@grange. cumbria.sch.uk.
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SOCIETY ROUND-UP Grange Garden Society Kevin Pearson made a welcome return to the Garden Society on 19th May, his presentation on the subject of Growing for Cut Flowers was very comprehensive. His enthusiasm and experience of flowers suitable for arrangement,both annual and perennial, was accompanied by useful information and growing know-how to ensure members could obtain the best possible results. As well as his favourites, Kevin tries a variety of new seeds each year and it was interesting to see the good the bad and the ugly available on the market, each variety photographed beautifully. A group of members will visit Dutton Hall on 9th July as a follow up to a talk on Classic Roses given by Catherine Penny earlier in the season. On July 11th Wild Orchids will be the topic of a presentation by Alan Gendle. Meetings in the URC Hall are at 7 30 pm and visitors are welcome. Witherslack Tea and Chat Group We meet once a Month in the Barwick Hall (next to the Church ) for a welcome cup of tea Biscuits, Cake OR freshly baked cream scones, so if you are alone or out walking with Friends make your way to the Barwick Hall between 2p.m. and 3.30p.m. and get refreshed, have a friendly chat about Village life or World affairs with our friendly group. We have books for Children, Gardeners, Cooks, Travellers and all varieties of Fiction just for a small donation. Our next meeting is the first Tuesday of the month - 4th July 2017 at 2p.m.We look forward to seeing you then. Everyone welcome. Grange over Sands Golf Club It is hard to believe that we are now halfway through the year already. Competitions are in full swing with some amazing scores being posted both for men and ladies. Dave and Carrie Cooper are relatively new to the game but play most days and have won both the Easter Mixed and the Pecan Trophy with Sean and Sarah Munsie not far behind winning the Jubilee Trophy, handicaps are dropping for these relatively new players as they play in the men and ladies competitions as well as the mixed. Many congratulations to Jordan Harrison who now has an exact handicap of 1.1, well done Jordan for all your hard work and dedication to the game. Practice certainly plays off as he and his brother Craig are on the course most days playing either in a competition or just practicing. We have several new members this year which is encouraging and we welcome all new players to the club and encourage them to join in the competitions or if they
Please remember: our limit for society reports is 200 words, to ensure everyone gets in. wish just to come and enjoy the course playing casual golf. St Mary’s Hospice Friendship & Support The group meet every Friday 2- 4pm in the Father Magner Room, St Charles Church, Kents Bank Road, in Grange. Do you or a family member/friend suffer from cancer or a life-shortening illness? Are you caring for someone or are you recently bereaved? St Mary’s Hospice Friendship and Support Group is here for you. Please drop in for a friendly chat, to make new friends, and/or just to enjoy time together. All are welcome. For more information contact Marie on 33279. Flookburgh Village Hall Friday 9th June saw the official opening of our Super Duper kitchen. The ribbon was cut by Flookburgh`s Lady Mayoress Mrs Eileen Kester, whose speech thanked everybody for their efforts that made possible the installation of the kitchen. With the champagne corks popping we had a quiz and a raffle which raised £120 for hall funds. Anyone wishing to inspect the Hall, please contact the numbers below. To hire the Hall please telephone 015395 59075 or 07989 596 141. Very reasonable rates. Bonus ball winners: 10th June (No 2) Tracy Dawson, 3rd June (No 48) - Mabel Burrow, 27th May (No 33) - Rose Rhodes, 20th May (No 16) - Irene Latham. Allithwaite & Cartmel WI Members were treated to a feast of delights at the June meeting when Julie Clarke gave her talk and demonstration on ‘Entertaining made easy’. Former Chair of North Yorkshire Federation of WIs she is now Chair of the Great Yorkshire Show, continues to run a hill farm in Coverdale and has a B&B in her home. In less than an hour, she produced a chicken casserole, spinach and ham roulade and two different desserts, at the same time maintaining an entertaining and instructive talk. It was her recipe that was chosen for the cake at the WI centenary event at the Royal Albert Hall and also for the Queen’s 90th birthday. A straight-talking, very funny, very busy lady, the meeting was enjoyed by all. The speaker at the next meeting on July 4th is Liz Howard Thornton talking about the Voluntary Field Ambulance and Casualty Nursing Services in WW1. New members welcome, contact Marty Crisp 015395 34201 or Wendy Graham 015395 32702 Grange Soroptimists The club is delighted to have welcomed two new members so far this year. Ten members enjoyed a bus trip from Ravenstonedale to Barnard Castle and the Bowes Museum, combining shopping and sightseeing. The club was busy at the Edwardian Festival again selling teas, coffees and snacks to locals and visitors. Members were undeterred by the rain! Work on the sensory garden continues and the Girl Guides kindly donated and planted an apple tree. 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/ Grange & District Art Society This year, our annual exhibition in the Victoria Hall, Grange, will run from
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Saturday 22nd - Sunday 30th July from 10 - 4pm each day. The preview evening will be held on Friday 21st July, from 7 for 7.30pm until 9pm. We hope lots of you will come along during the week to see our lovely paintings. Contact Angela on 015395 33842 or Elizabeth on 015935 35163. The next evening meeting will be on Friday 7th July 7-9pm in the Father Magna Room of the Catholic Church, Kents Bank Road. For further details contact: Pat Smith on 015395 35811. Grange over Sands NSPCC Grange over Sands NSPCC would like to thank everyone who came to their Summer Coffee Morning on Saturday, May 27th, in the United Reformed Church Hall and helped to raise £312.82p. This will all go to help the ongoing work of the NSPCC in our area and, to this end, we will be holding an afternoon tea party, entitled ‘The Flower Show’ once again in the United Reformed Church Hall on Saturday, August 19th. We look forward to seeing all NSPCC supporters and friends at this sociable, fundraising event. 3 Ps Group The 3Ps Group held its AGM on 8th June in the Victoria Hall. The Committee was re-elected en-bloc. The ongoing reconstruction of Colonel Austin Porritt’s rock garden, above Yewbarrow Lodge, is well in hand. The planned exhibition of photographs, to celebrate the Cartmel Peninsula, with views of today compared to many years ago was discussed; it will be held in the Victoria Hall from 7th - 11th August from 10am to 4pm and thereafter in the library for two weeks. A donation fee will be asked for to cover the cost of the hire of the Victoria Hall. Posters will be displayed during July to advertise the event. The Minutes of the meeting of the 8th June together with copies of the Chairman’s Annual Report and the audited Accounts will be placed in the library in the 3Ps file. Lower Holker WI Lower Holker W.I. At our June meeting Marjorie Bidgeway gave us a most interesting talk about the “History of Buttons”, with the help of her wonderful collection of buttons. The button themed raffle prizes were much appreciated ! Our next meeting, at Flookburgh Village Hall is on 6th September, 1:30 for members, followed by an open meeting at 2:00 when Pam Dalton will be talking about “Rag Rugging” when visitors are most welcome to join us. £3 including refreshments. Grange and District U3A At our Annual General Meeting at the Victoria Hall in June, we welcomed local historian Jean Scott-Smith who in words and pictures showed us round Mardale as it was before it was flooded. In July the General Meeting is replaced by a summer event at the Cumbria Grand on Tuesday 18th July from 1.30 pm. It is planned to have croquet, walking football, a treasure hunt and a session looking back over the 17 years that U3A has existed in Grange. To keep up our energy levels there will be an afternoon tea! Booking in advance is required by contacting Roger Handley on 34161. We did not choose the best year to return to the Edwardian Festival but a small band of volunteers battled with our gazebo and the weather in order to let people know about the opportunities for retired and semi-retired people that are available through U3A. The Environment Awareness Group had a very informative visit to the Halton Lune Community Hydro Electric scheme.
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. Witherslack WI Twenty one members attended the June meeting. Twelve had very much enjoyed a visit to the Hawkshead Relish Factory. Anne Walshaw gave a very full account of her trip to the AGM in Liverpool as our delegate. The security was very strict but impressive, and the whole event was excellent. There will be a walk round Kendal on July 25th with Trevor Hughes. The speaker,Tracy Wells, a milliner, was unable to come at short notice, so each member “modelled” the hat she had brought and told its story. A general knowledge quiz filled up the spare time. Next meeting: July 11th Speaker Simon Thomas on “The staff of life”. Visitors welcome. Tel 52302 Grange Ramblers 25th May 13 Ramblers started from Legburthwaite 800ft ascent to High Rigg. A leisurely lunch break taken on top the Fell enjoying views to Skiddaw, Blencathra, Bassenthwaite before descending to St John’s church, a minutes silence in respect to the Manchester atrocity. Returning via east Fell, a teashop refreshments to completing the walk. 10 Ramblers spent 4days walking break at Rambler’s chalet -Golden Walker in Newland valley, different walks each day to suit everyone, blessed with 4 glory days, some managed sunbath at the top of hill, some conquered 10 Wainwright hills, each day ended with social able evening in local pub. 18th May 8 walkers set off from Swan Hotel Grasmere , followed the Far Easedale valley to admiring the surrounding fells and waterfalls, a break overlooking a waterfall before ascending to Calf Crag. Lunch on a sunny sheltered spot with distant vistas. A super ridge walk over Gibson Knott to Helm Crag before descending to start point. 1st June 18 ramblers and a dog started from the square of Broughton-in-Furness to walked the 9 miles Thornthwaite Latter Rigg and High Rosthwaite with views of Coniston Old Man and Caw, walk completing with refreshments taken at pub in the square. Grange Rotary The Club enjoyed a fascinating presentation on 24 May by our very own Ted Taylor’s daughter Kathy Haughton on “Life in Uganda” with all its trials and tribulations. In the Rotary Young Photographer of the Year competition(Junior Section) we had a District winner from Cartmel Primary School On 13 June the renowned annual Kids Out event took place where two of our members escorted children,with varying disabilities and accompanied by their teachers,to Lakeside for a sail to Bowness. Our members were duly waiting for them at their Bowness destination to drive them safely back to their Kendal School.A great day out was had by all,which could be seen on the smiling faces of the happy children - a most worthwhile event. The District 1190 RotaKids Conference took place on 16 June at Lancaster University Conference Centre.Ken Thompson was our named driver and took three children with their teacher to the event which included workshops on beekeeping,drumming,recycling and peace.Again, this proved to be a real learning experience for our Grange Primary School RotaKids.
Our next event is the Summer BBQ which will take place at the beautiful home of Chris and Mike Fallowfield on 8 July. Coffee Club At our May meeting, we heard from Jannine Ebenso who had just returned from Kathmandu to talk about the work of the Leprosy Mission. A Lancashire lass who trained as a physiotherapist before joining the Leprosy Mission in 1991. She was sent to Calabar (famed for Mary Slessor’s pioneering work in Nigeria in the nineteenth century), and there she met and subsequently married Dr Bassey Ebenso. When he came to Leeds to study for his PhD and then to do research, Jannine became Head of Quality Assurance for the Leprosy Mission worldwide. Jannine explained that although the disease of leprosy could be cured by modern medicines, the resulting physical, emotional and cultural damage often leads to the ‘cured’ patient being considered an outcast. Surgery, education and a full range of social and economic support can progress towards complete healing of the ‘outcast’ and restoration to his society … a truly worthwhile target. On July 18, Juliet Burd will be flying back from Uganda to give us an update on the work that she and her team with Children of Hope Uganda have been doing since her last visit. Abbot Hall Hotel, Kents Bank, at 10.30am preceded by coffee from 10am. Grange WI In May, members discussed, debated and voted in favour of two Resolutions for the AGM - one about alleviating loneliness and the other to reduce microplastic fibres entering the ocean. Margaret Brennand attended the AGM at Liverpool and found it a very interesting experience. Both Resolutions were carried at the AGM. Our craft team entered several exhibits at Country Fest and two members won prizes. Despite the rain our new look gazebo at the Edwardian Festival proved to be an attraction for the public, not least because it provided shelter from the rain which went on for the whole day. We were thrilled to win the prize for the best stall on the day and our cakes, traybakes and jams and chutneys were snapped up by the public. We are all hoping that the 2018 Edwardian will be a dry event, perhaps even warm and sunny! For our July meeting we will have a Treasure Hunt around Grange, followed by Fish and Chips in the Church Hall. New members are very welcome at our meetings. Contact Margaret for more details on Grange 36735. Allithwaite Playing Fields and Community Centre We are holding our 67th Carnival & Dancing Competition on Saturday 8th July, dancing competition starts at 12 noon. Admission Adults £2, Children free, there will be various stalls on the field, bouncy castle, bar & refreshments. Anyone wishing to book a car boot please ring the number below. Everyone welcome please join us on Saturday 29th July at our Dance & Entertainment Evening with Elizabeth Harrison, a UK leading keyboard musician from 7.30pm, Admission £6.00 including tea & homemade cakes. Raffle will be held, all monies raised are for the Community Centre. Bookings for any occasion, Hall Hire £9 per hour, please ring 07582 706353.
Grange Fell Golf Club Grange Fell Captain’s Away Day this year was held at Kirkby Lonsdale GC when the winner was Mike Hudson with 38 pts. On Sunday 28th May we played for the Fisher Bowl winner was Russell Kay with a 65 net, the following weekend we held Vice Captains Day winner was Mick O’Doherty with 41pts beating Nathan Higginson on a card play off, we then held the Mid week Medal 2 on a blustery Wednesday winner was Gary Holden with an excellent 66 net. On Sunday 11th June we played the Ronnie Robinson Trophy a Pairs Bogey Competition winners were Ken Illingworth and Brian Wilkinson with 8up, the following Sunday was the Millennium Trophy winner was Russell Kay with an excellent 62net. Inclement weather has put paid to Ladies Competition’s on Tuesday’s,but a Stableford Competition was won by Dayna Davidson,and Medal 6 was won by Ruth Waring and they enjoyed a great day out at Lancaster Ladies Open. Playdale (Haverthwaite) held their inaugural Charity golf day at the Fell on Friday 9th June which proved a success, Dave Wilson team were the winners with 100 pts . We hope this can become an annual event as is the Grange Lions Charity Open and again Grange Fell are proud to host this on Friday 11th August. Lower Holker Village Hall 200 Club June 2017 1st £40.00 164 Pat Rowcliffe, 2nd £25.00 155 Susan Rose, 3rd £15.0038 Mr J Tomlinson, 4th £10.00 105 John Parrington. The Quiz Night raised £79.30 and Kitty Brown Fashion Show raised £147.05. The concert by Liz Walker on Saturday 8th July is, unfortunately, CANCELLED. Thursday 27th July Quiz Night 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm start. Four in a team cost £1.00 per team member. Hot Supper and Raffle. Sunday 20th August Walk to Chapel Island. Register at Hall at 1.00 pm, departing Hall at 1.30 pm. Cost is £3.50 per adult and u/16s £2.00. Includes light refreshments. Dogs go for free. Bay Search and Rescue recommend Wellingtons as footwear. Swing into the Sixties Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd September tickets £8.00. Thursday 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 £1.00 per person unlimited access within times specified. For other days ring Hall. Bring own equipment for badminton. Hall number is 015395 58304 for enquiries and tickets. Follow us on Facebook at lowerholkervillagehall Newton and Field Broughton WI At our June meeting Stewart Lambert from Kitridding Farm gave a talk on ‘All Aspects of Farming’. This was much enjoyed by all as were the delicious samples he provided during his talk. Our July meeting will be held as usual at Lindale Village Hall at 7.15pm. Our speaker will be member Catherine Hunt and her talk will be about ‘Aromatherapy’. Grange Lions Along with several other local organisations we attended a rather damp Edwardian Festival last month. Despite the
weather we met several kind people who took part in our competitions. The weather was much better for our annual 5 a side football tournament in which seven teams from five local schools took part and we are grateful to Matthew and Gemma from Cartmel school who helped to make the event a success. The winners of the trophy were Cartmel school who beat Flookburgh in the final. We have donated a prize of £100 to the winning school to be used for the purchase of sports equipment.
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We are a small and very focused team who enjoy each other’s company and would welcome with open arms anyone who would like to join in with our activities. We meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month and have regular social meetings in between. Please call me, Lion Dave Stubbins, on 07807 836591 for more information. Grange Probus Grange Probus Club enjoyed an entertaining talk by Derek Jackson on “the Power of Speech” at their monthly meeting. Derek used a series of recordings and video clips to illustrate how speech was a powerful tool for influencing and motivating people for both good and evil purposes, and how style and fashion had changed over the years. The club’s July event will be its summer luncheon. Retired men and women are invited to join this thriving group which meets on the second Monday of each month at the Netherwood Hotel. For further information on activities and membership please contact chairman Chris Harris on 015395 34221 or secretary Sean Jameson on 32105. Cartmel and District Flower Club Meeting
An amusing and varied demonstration was enjoyed by Cartmel and District Flower Club at Cartmel Village Hall on Monday 19th June 2017 on the subject “Come into the Garden Maud”. Kate Russell and Patti Dawson created some magnificent displays using the themes of The Garden of Eden, Kitchen Garden, Hanging Arrangement on Wood, Physic and Cottage Garden. The floral creations were accompanied by some erudite literary readings and Patti brought the afternoon to a close with a splendid rendition of the song which was the theme of the afternoon – “Come into the Garden Maud”. Sue Needham gave the vote of thanks. The next meeting is the Celebration Tea to be held at The Netherwood at 2pm on Monday 17 July 2017. Further information on membership and activities can be obtained from Dianne Cameron on 015395 32319.
One year on, and Love of Paws owner, Katie Sykes is looking back with pride at her first year in business. She told Grange Now, “Setting up Love of Paws was a complete change of career for me and I couldn’t be happier. I’m really lucky in that I have some wonderful clients who trust me with their amazing four legged friends. We have great walks together and, although I’m busy, I still have a bit of room in my schedule for more”. Katie looks after all makes and models and the majority of her clients like to have their dog walked in the company of other dogs. Katie explains, “walking in a group is not just fun for your dog, as they are naturally sociable animals, but it also helps to socialise the timid ones or those who get a bit stressed around other dogs.” To celebrate her first year, Katie is doing a prize draw, with a £25 voucher for Lamberts Pet Supplies as the prize. Every time you have your dog walked in July and August 2017, your name will be put into a hat and the lucky winner will be drawn at random on Friday 1st September. Contact Katie on: 07471 944 500
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LETTERS Dear Editor, Why is it that United Utilities (UU) are allowed to impose traffic lights controlled working on Holme Lane, Allithwaite when all they are using it for is to dump spoil from their trench digging on Jack Hill, Kents bank until it is collected to be taken elsewhere? The temporary traffic lights are in use all night, all weekends including Bank Holidays. If UU were to take the spoil to their own depot` or wherever it is being dumped there would be no need to inconvenience everyone in
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this way. Kirkhead Road is very much quieter than Holme Lane and it would be better there if it is allowed to dump spoil on the public highway.
While I am on the subject of Kirkhead Road it is dangerous to walk down the far end towards Priory Lane and Kents Bank station because of overhanging trees and no foot way on both sides, these trees have never been cut back to any extent in 20 years. I would be happy to show anyone from highways what I am complaining about in both cases. Keith E Walker, Holme Lane
A big hug and thanks to the couple on bicycles from Flookburgh and a gentleman who so kindly and expertly manoeuvred my wife, struggling with mobility problems, into our car on the Grange Promenade Thursday 15th June. Henrik Gardberg Backbarrow
Progress is being made by the Victoria Hall Support Group. We have had our constitution approved by Grange Town Council and have formally adopted it. This means we can now apply for charitable status, which opens up the opportunity for further funding for the Victoria Hall. We will also be running some
South Lakes Community Learning & Skills Greetings to all of our regular and new readers, I hope you are all well and enjoying the (occasional) summer weather!
With the end of the academic year coming to a close we are bringing our courses to an end rather than starting new ones. We will of course be restarting our courses, new and old from the second week of September. Watch this space in the upcoming months for more information. In the meantime, I thought I might remind and reflect on the last 12 months, the courses that we have provided and think about the courses we may offer in the future.
Let’s explore how we can all work together on community led initiatives to improve the health and wellbeing of our local communities. Cumbria County Council is working with your local NHS as part of developing Grange and Lakes South Lakeland Integrated Care Community. Residents of Grange and its’ surrounding communities are invited to a public discussion to help us identify those things
fundraising events - Bingo night 24th August, VHSG launch party and ceilidh in September and Cinema nights in the Autumn. Look out for further details in coming issues, on Facebook or on the website. We hope to see many of you enjoying these events and securing the future of your community asset. Victoria Hall Support Group
Starting back in September 2016 we organised and began all of our usual language courses which are ever popular, including French, Spanish, German and Italian classes for beginners, intermediates and advanced learners, we hope to be able to offer a similar range of courses again during 2017/18. Healthy Hearts with Elaine Towler has become one of our most popular courses in the Grange and Ulverston areas to the point where we introduced 2 new classes to Grange in the Spring of 2016. As regular attendees of the Healthy Hearts classes will know, these classes are now free to attend; this will continue to be the case.
We have tried several times to run iPad courses this year; these have fallen by the wayside for various reasons, up until this month. I’m
Photographs of Grange Carnival sought. Grange Now published an article in the May edition for me as I am trying to find images of Grange carnival and, in particular, the Silver Jubilee Knockout competition.
Dear Editor, Use it or lose it. We had a sudden requirement for a ‘small blue bear’ last week, and after surfing the net, my wife suggested we try the local Post Office, which has all sorts of stuff on sale. They had plenty of bears on
pleased that we have been able to get 3 beginners iPad courses up and running in Grange, Cartmel and Ulverston. For September we are planning further beginners and intermediate/ continuation courses to allow learners to carry on developing their knowledge and skills for iPad use. On the flip side of the coin, we’ve had lower enrolments on many of the arts and crafts courses we have offered, with many of them being cancelled due to lack of numbers. If there are any courses you would like us to provide please let us know and we will do our best to do so. As always I am keen to hear the ideas and requirements of the community we serve. I’d be happy to hear your thoughts on how we could progress and serve the community better through
locally that help people live happy and healthy lives; we want to work with you to see how together we can build on the strengths in your community.
Please join us at Grange Library on Thursday 6th July, 6.30pm – 8.pm Refreshments will be available. If you would like any further information please contact the South Lakeland Community Development Team on 01539 713180 or carol.last@cumbria. gov.uk I gave an email address at the time and it has now changed. I would still very much like use any photographs that people have for a slideshow. Please can you get in touch with me at: keithbenton2@gmail. com Thank you. Keith Benton
display, but no blue ones, so we asked the helpful man, and he said he thought he had one “round the back”.
Two minutes later, the perfect blue bear appeared. No 24 hour delivery or £2.95 delivery charge. The message is clear! Ron Pursell / Flookburgh.
Adult Education, please feel free to contact our office, now based in Kendal Library with any and all suggestions. Also, we will be visiting the libraries in Grange and Ulverston during August and September to run our usual ‘Enrolment Mornings.’ Again, please keep an eye out in this publication, on the Library noticeboards or on the County Council website for the times and dates of these. Finally, I would like to say a huge thank you to all of our learners, tutors and venue providers for your continued support and we hope to see you all again in September. Kevin Fothergill Community Learning and Skills Manager, South Lakeland
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Dear Editor, As a member of Grange Drama for some thirty years I wonder where the time went. I remember much of it was spent with Hilary Stubbs commuting by train to Preston when conversations were often about a particular play, its set design & costumes, ideas for future productions & so on. Above all I personally know her help with learning lines for various plays, none so challenging as Abigail’s Party or Time of My Life, was invaluable. Hanging up one’s acting boots is never easy for anyone but, after seeing Taking Steps last month, I can certainly say that it is just as enjoyable watching others perform - & no lines to learn! Over the years many drama ‘anniversaries’ have been a
Dear Editor, I am concerned about the number of banners appearing on the railings of the Ornamental gardens. The Grange Town Council has guidelines for placement of banners on these railings.
They are “to be small, in aid of local charities, noncommercial and only in place for two weeks and against the hedge area, not open railings, so visitors can still see into the gardens”. Recently there were
cause for a party or special event, a tradition begun at the Grayrigg Hotel by Reg and Shirley Parker. As Grange Drama looks ahead to ‘curtain up’ on an eighth decade, seventy years of performing plays is not going to pass us by without another special celebration to mark the occasion.
This is an invitation to all present and past members to join us at a Celebration Lunch at the Hampsfell House Hotel, Grange, on Saturday 19 August 2017 – 12.30 for 13.00 hrs. Further details and the menu will be posted up on the Grange Drama website from 1 July 2017. Note that it is essential to confirm your booking before Wednesday 9 August. Look forward to seeing you there! Margaret McDonagh, Grange Drama
seven, some of which were commercial and had been up for months. The appearance of so many banners, plus the five empty shops, and in the future the closure of the NatWest Bank and the Police Station, the three never ending building sites of Tesco, Ainsworth and Booths does not give a good impression of the town. I think the Town Council, plus our two District Councillors, should be doing something positive about the situation to bring pride back into Grange. Judith Shapland
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LOCAL ELECTRICIAN All domestic work & new installations Full & partial rewires. Free estimates Contact Duke on 07970 601 379 Grange & South Lakes
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 Fairweather Therapy, Child and Adult cognitive behavioural therapy. BABCP accredited. 07792 843 807. 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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 2 Mexicano Solid oak fire doors, £100 each ono excellent offer Tel:07909 456575 (Cartmel)
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
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.
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
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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 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
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 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
IRONING by Lisa 015395 35422 or 07976 512487
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.
Full Building & Joinery services
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.
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
HELP WITH THE HOME 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.
Building & Joinery
New builds, renovations, extensions, bathroom’s, kitchen’s, windows, groundworks Ian 07765 513 412 / 015395 36316 (Cartmel)
Mark offers a complete Builder & Joinery service - Renovation - Extensions - Loft Conversions - Doors - Kitchens - Staircases - Windows -
Mark 32126 LANDSCAPING
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.
L A K E WO O D - Lock & Safe Co -
Locksmith & Safe Engineer
Locks and safes, supplied, repaired and fitted with over 30 years experience
Edward Lenihan 07407 192270
J. Brown Building
FLAT ROOFS, Valley gutters, Balconies, Flooring, Building work & Paving. Tel: JR Ellwood Ltd., 015395 68306 / 07773 572 712
Extensions & Renovations New Builds - Ground works Maintenance - Windows Roofing - Fascias - Gutters Kitchen & Bathroom fitting Plastering & Rendering ( 07534 280 012
MOBILE HAIRDRESSER 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.
Joinery & Developments Ltd.
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
HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS
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 Heritage Estate Garden trained. Telephone 015395 36898 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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. email@example.com 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.
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.
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
PATHS & PATIO CLEANING
John Nottingham 34904
PAINTING & DECORATING Lee Logan Ltd. Quality Painter & Decorator + Tiling. Reasonable rates. Tel: 07708 213079
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
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Over 30 Years Experience, Competitive Prices, Fully Insured
07796 418 765 / 015395 32830 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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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
To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453
TOWN & COUNTRY Pest Control Over 30 years experience. Most up to dates methods. Guests? 24Unwanted hour service. All aspects covered including Quality Pest Control Cluster flies. Wasps, Fleas. Rats,Service Mice, Moles. Tel.50 015395 Mob Experience 07887 977 085. Years62795. Industry www.tandcpestcontrol.co.uk Cumbria’s Premier Pest Controller
with highly qualified technicians
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 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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 MASSAGE and Craniosacral therapy for back, neck and shoulder pain. Meg Henderson 015395 36298 www.meghendersontherapy.co.uk
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
BRADLEY REEVE Landscaping, stone walling, patios. Tel: 015395 36938 or 07788 688427.
Estate Cars 6-seater Hackney/Private hire. Local/Long Distance. John Keith owner/operator. Flookburgh based contact 07974 111543
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: email@example.com
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
DOWS IAN BUCHAN WIN guaranteed
ship quality workman UPVC WINDOWS, DOORS, CONSERVATORIES, FASCIA SOFFITS ETC.
Call Grange 015395 32593 07971 698 541
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.
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
Bespoke professional wedding photography, from £200.00. 01229 463375 www.chriswarnerphotography.co.uk
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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
The Old Vicarage
Country Home for the Elderly Allithwaite · Grange – over - Sands
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.
Philip Watson BA(Hons) A(Mus)LCM: Teacher of Saxophone and Musical Theory, Exam Coaching 01539 734914
24/ 7 Taxis
we do all work inc airports, stations, hospital/docs, shopping and tours. Accounts and Contracts available.
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.
G E N E R A L / C A R AVA N / B O AT STORAGE. Lawler 34136.
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.
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
7 days a week taxi service 4,6 & 8 seater cars wheelchair access vehicles
Porcelain, Ceramics, Paintings restored. JM RESTORERS. 015395 68915.
Learn to speak French, German, Spanish. Groups of 4 or 1 to 1. Contact Sonja Vietoris 015395 35667 or text 07846 846 807.
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
Grange now | JULY 2017 - Next deadline 14th JULY
Night Care Assistant & Cleaner We are looking for kind and friendly individuals with good communication skills and who are genuinely caring 3 nights per week 24 hours per week cleaning Travel allowance, weekend & overtime extra pay NVQ training & wage increases for qualifications For further information please contact The Old Vicarage on 015395 33703 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: 20/7/17
K2 Recruiting in all areas - Front of house/bar - Housekeeping - Kitchen Contact James Clegg email@example.com 015395 36848
Specialists in all aspects of roofing • 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 • Consultancy • Condition Reports
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
Part Time Holiday Cottage Cleaners
01524 730666 or 07772 884690
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Like cleaning? Take pride in your work? Earn extra money ?...then why not join our expanding team of holiday cottage cleaners, cleaning and preparing a wide range of different holiday properties throughout the area. Change over days Friday’s, Saturday’s and Monday’s 10.00am – 4.00pm but other hours and contracts available to suit. All equipment, uniform and training supplied. £8.24 — £9.45 per hour (Please note this is cleaning only position no laundry required, all done on site). Own vehicle essential. For more information call
Your local reliable roofing service SPECIALISTS IN LISTED BUILDINGS, NATURAL SLATES, COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC ROOFING
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
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• 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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
07764 609 387
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Moor Lane, Flookburgh
Wareing & Hodgson
43 years experience. FREE estimates, All work guaranteed AERIAL & SATELLITE SPECIALIST GRANGE AND DISTRICT COVERED ON A DAILY BASIS
Plumbing & Heating Engineers
ECONOMICAL TAXIS LTD
Locally established with over 40 years experience.
Head Office, 7 Pinewood Avenue, Bare, Morecambe, Lancs. LA4 6HW. Tel: 01524 415969 Mob: 07814 388756
P & J BUSHELL
SEAPORTS, STATIONS AND AIRPORTS
No Call Out Fee Prompt, friendly service
CAR SERVICING & REPAIRS
Tel: 35425 or 83904
015395 33515 Alnat Business Park, Lindale
• MOT’s • Servicing & Repairs • Diagnostics for all vehicles • Tyres & Exhausts Brand new designated bay for Cars, Vans & Campervans up to 4 tonnes
Miniheat Ltd. Est. 1968
PLUMBING AND HEATING ENGINEERS - GAS SERVICE AND REPAIR - NG/LPG 2 DEVONSHIRE PLACE, KENTS BANK ROAD, GRANGE-OVER-SANDS
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All Lock Problems Solved • Trading Standards Approved • Locks Opened, Repaired & Fitted • Domestic & Commercial • UPVC Door Lock Specialists • Police (CRB) Checked • 24 Hour, 7 Day Service • OAP Discount
• Gas, LPG, • Vaillant Solar Accredited • Unvented Hot Water • General Plumbing • Central Heating • No Call Out Fee
PAINTING & DECORATING PAINTING & DECORATING
ll 18 years experience ll Internal and external
Contact David for a free quotation 015395 61887 or 07732 362 186
GRAHAM FAULKNER Ltd.
BUILDING & JOINERY SERVICES 30 years experience
• New Builds • Renovations • Extensions • Loft Conversions • uPVC & Timber windows & doors • Kitchens • Bathrooms • Tiling
GLAZING Glazing & Joinery Service Replacement double glazing Windows & Doors in wood & uPVC by quality craftsmen
Mob: 0787 602 5976 Tel: 015395 64587
Construction Maintenance REDHILLS LANDSCAPES LTDDesign
07772 602 506 / 015395 35653
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A complete service from plans to paintwork Established local firm Free estimates and advice 015395 33241 / 077535 74538
Accountants and Business Advisers Whether you require start up advice, help with your year-end accounts, help with your Self-Assessment or a full on-going bookkeeping and support service, we can help you.
015395 36163 www.bfmsltd.co.uk
DAVID ROCKLIFFE GENERAL BUILDING
All aspects of building work undertaken. Extensions, plastering, tiling etc. Over 30 years experience. No VAT on labour (015395) 33530 or 07754 439 694
Driveways & Paving
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General Garden Tidy-up Deck / Timber Treatment
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Lawn Treatments Mowing & Planting Jet Washing Decks / Patios / Steps
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01524 761028 or 07909 748075
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