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New Year, new office... Thomson Hayton Winkley are delighted to announce the addition of their new legal department to the newly opened Estate Agency at Palace Street Building, Main Street, Grange-over-Sands.

The new office will be headed by Stuart Bailey, a solicitor who moved from Worcestershire 2 years ago and who now lives in Grange-over-Sands. Stuart is heavily involved in the local community by playing cricket for Cartmel Cricket Club, golf at Grange-over-Sands golf club and attending with his two children at Methodist Toast Church. Stuart said, “I am really excited to be opening this office and am looking forward to serving the needs of the people of Grange-over-Sands and surrounding areas”. Stuart has 20 years of legal experience and will be able to advise clients on conveyancing, Wills & Probate, commercial business matters, family and dispute matters.

Thomson Hayton Winkley has been trading for almost 150 years and directors John Cooke and Simon Theobald have been with the firm for over 30 years.

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Letter from the Editor With Valentines Day approaching, here goes... Roses are red Delphiniums are blue The sun always shines When you’re reading Grange Noo Oh well, perhaps I’ll leave it to the experts. Talking of which the fabulous 500 word short story competition for youngsters is underway. Why not have a go and get your entry in. We have some great new columns and features this month with a new wine column, crafty corner, details from the U3A plus regular favourites on gardening, nature, walk of the month and of course a wide range of local news and reports. A special well done to our News Editor Sharon who along with Cllr. Eric Morell has been instrumental in securing low cost parking charges for local workers. A great result - well done. We welcome your news, events and reports for the next issue deadline on 16th February. Best wishes, Your Grange Now team

Audio version of Grange Now Ten years ago Penny Ward initiated, with the permission of the then editor, Mary Ann Best, the recording of extracts from Grange Now for the visually impaired.

She was later joined by John Beckett, and the two of them take it in turns to travel to Barrow each month to the Vision Support Centre of Barrow and District Society for the Blind to read from the paper. John Duxbury is responsible for the recording in the studio on the top floor of the Centre, adding music as appropriate, and then copying the material on to CDs, which are mailed out to all those in Grange and district registered with the Society.


Club secures five year sponsorship deal Grange Junior Football Club would like to say a massive thank you to Jeremy and Mandy Voakes from Archway Veterinary Practice in Grange for becoming the club’s main Sponsor for the next five seasons.

On Saturday 9th December, Jeremy and Mandy visited a training session at Cartmel Priory School to see how some of their generous donation was being put to use. The photographs show some of the club players sporting new training tops carrying their practice logo. After the photos, all players from under 7’s to under 16’s took part in a penalty shootout competition, with the winner being Thomas Bradshaw from the under 10’s team. Also on the day the Under 10’s team were presented with their new kit sponsored by Wilson Robinson Flooring, Grange over Sands. The club would like to express their thanks to Simon

and Kerry for this valuable support. A spokesperson for the club told Grange Now: “We are very grateful for the generous donations received over the years from local businesses, as this helps us achieve our FA Charter Standard accreditation. We are also indebted to Cartmel Priory School for their continued support with facilities.” Grange Juniors provide football from school years Y2 to Y11 and currently have over 100 members. If you would like further information on joining the club please contact Paul on 07971 310 280.

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Since the beginning of this year an audio version is available to anyone with access to the internet by logging on to the Grange Now website and clicking ‘audio version’. It can also be accessed through Grange Now’s facebook page.

It is worth pointing out that the extracts to be read are chosen by Penny and John principally with the visually impaired in mind, and the CDs will continue to be sent out to those who have no access to the internet. Any comments or suggestions for improving this service would be welcome.

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Cartmel Young Farmers(CYF) are planning a family fun day on Sunday 17th June to be held at Haverthwaite playing fields. A spokesperson for CYF told Grange Now, “We are holding it in aid of two charities that became close to our hearts in 2017: Alder Hey children’s hospital and The Ronald McDonald House; two worthy charities that help thousands of children and their families every year.” The son of two members of CYF underwent open heart surgery in November 2017 and with aunties and uncles also members these charities are certainly to the

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We are seeking local businesses who would like to have a stall at the family fun day. We are also seeking donations; from bottles of wine, to meals, toys or even a night away to offer as prizes. 100% of profits are going to the charities and we are hoping to have over 100 people through the gates.

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mbers of Grange ’s ‘3Ps’ Group, alon g with Grange Town Cou ncillors, County Cllr, Bill Wearing, District Cllr, Eric Morell and Alan Williamson of SLDC contractors, Con tinental Landscapes visi ted thirteen sites which the 3Ps have massively imp roved over the past 10 years. Chairman of the group, Cllr Ron Shapland told Grange Now: “These sites varied from woodland and gard ens, to the Promenade and the Community Orchard. They looked at work including: clearing and re-planting of gree n spaces, seats which have been painted and litter bins. The y group also went along to the very popular

gym which is sited at the cafe end of the prom and also viewed the new information boards which were also courtesy of the 3P’s group.”

Over a period of ten years, the Group raised ove r £70,000 and provided at least £50,000 worth of voluntee r time. Thanks must go to members of the 3Ps committ ee and to the local commun ity. They have given their time to make a contribution towa rds, not just helping to imp rove and maintain Grange ’s environment and attractions, but also by designing prin ting and distributing leafl ets. Quite a feat for a band of volunteers and one for which, as residents of Grange, we should be very grateful.

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Eighteen months ago, Grange Now printed their first article about the lack of affordable parking in the town which led to dozens of motorists, on 31st August 2016, receiving parking tickets for illegally parking in ‘one-hour’ spaces. South Lakeland District Council (SLDC) pointed out that they had reduced the daily rate for parking at Berners Close Car Park to £1.20 but many pointed out that if you have to drop children at school and then park and get to work, Berners was too far out of town to be of benefit. Grange Now called for the Hampsfell Car Park to be reduced to £1.20 per day, which would not only be of great benefit to local parkers, but would also generate more income from a, currently rarely used, car park.

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is available in Kendal. We’re delighted to report that this double-edged campaigning has resulted in SLDC kindly agreeing to reduce the cost of parking in Hampsfell Car Park to £1 per day, providing you park before 9am.

Eric said: “Given the lack of public transport locally, many workers are forced to drive into the town centre but find it difficult to afford to park all day in one of the council car parks.

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Friends at Christmas are delighted to report that over 40 residents of Grange joined together for a traditional meal and entertainment on Christmas Day. The meal was expertly cooked for the third year running by Robert and Sharon Sanbrook of Fish-overChips.

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Wednesday 31s t August 2016, was probab ly called, ‘Black Wed nesday’ by many people who parked in Grange on that day, although, ‘Yellow Wednesday’ wou ld be more appropriate. Long lines of cars , each displaying a yello w parking ticket, could be seen all over Grange, mainly in the ‘one hour only’ parking bays. Does this mean Grange is full of petty criminals with for one. If there no regard is one issue for the law or cou which Grange Now ld they repeatedly perhaps be hard working locals hears about it’s from the poor who have jobs in our shops residents of Fern and cafes who, leigh Road if they who cannot park park in the car park were to outside their s, would own houses bec spend £25 of thei ause of people r wages, parking there. The per week on park parkers ing. can’t win. There are many who say Isn’t it time som there are plenty ethi ng was of places done for those who to park without work using locally? Any sug parking bays, Fern the gestions, leigh Road please get in touc h.

“I’m hopeful this new deal will help workers, but also help local residents by reducing the number of commuters parking on residential streets near the town centre.” This is great news for those who work locally, particularly part-time, and as Cllr. Morrell pointed out, it is something which will probably be celebrated by residents whose roads are continually blocked by parkers.

Panto kids give generously After three, hugely successful, performances of Dick Whittington & his at at Victoria Hall, the youngsters took their panto ‘on tour’ during the lead up to Christmas.

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On the evening of 23rd December they performed their panto again, this time for the residents of Abbot Hall Hotel which, again, went down a storm. In between these two performances, Mick, Jean and others from the panto organised a party for the performers. A cheque from the proceeds of the panto was given to three charities which the group supports: World Vision (child sponsorship), Salvation Army and Christian Blind Mission.

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Incidents such as this opened my eyes to a level of physical suffering I have never experienced in a British hospital Many of you will know the Tomison family from Allithwaite. Grange Now has, over the past few years, run articles detailing Grange dentist, David Tomison’s expeditions to deliver healthcare provision in the Amazon.


ast October, David’s twenty two year old daughter, Ruth, a qualified nurse joined her father and a team of professionals on their latest expedition. Ruth told Grange Now: “I was fortunate enough to take part in a medical expedition to Tanzania. The expedition was run by the Vine Trust, an international development charity which enables volunteers to provide medical, home-building and care support to communities living in severe poverty. My Dad, David, has been involved with the Vine Trust for many years, joining them on several trips to Peru. When he told me about the trip to Tanzania I jumped at the opportunity, having longed to be part of an experience like this but needing my medical registration to do so. “The expedition took place on-board the Jubilee Hope, a boat based in Lake Victoria. The purpose of the boat is to provide healthcare to people in the vicinity of the lake who have no access to any medical services, we therefore travelled away from the mainland towards some remote islands to the north. Our team was made up of six international volunteers, all with medical backgrounds, who came together with the local Tanzanian team comprising doctors, lab technicians, translators, cabin crew and a cook.

The Tanzanian team were incredibly accepting, making us feel welcome and going out of their way to help out in any way required. Despite speaking impressive English they were also happy to invest time helping us to improve our Swahili! “Over the duration of the trip we visited three different islands spending a few days on each, with the aim of seeing everybody who required our services. We began each morning with a 7am meeting which included every member of the crew; here we discussed the issues and reviewed the successes of the previous day. By 9am we were welcoming aboard our first patients. The boat was equipped with a small dental room, a laboratory, and a pharmacy that stocked plenty of medications. In the morning the top deck of the boat was transformed into five consultation rooms, with the specialist eye doctor using the captain’s cabin to see his patients. This state of affairs was far from ideal but we made the best of it and managed to see around 120 people each day. The patients would queue up on the island and be brought across to our vessel in groups via a small taxi boat. Here they would wait patiently (sometimes all day) to be seen by the doctors or the dentist dependent on their needs. “The doctors could request certain tests, such as a urine culture or blood sample, which would take place in the lab. Once the results were obtained, the patients would revisit the doctor for a prescription which was supplied by me and a Tanzanian nurse in the pharmacy. If patients required further treatment, a request could be made for them to visit the mainland. Anyone with wounds was sent to me where I did my best to treat and dress them

using the limited dressing supplies provided. One gentleman I saw came with a nail through his forearm, apparently obtained after his house collapsed upon him over two weeks ago whilst he was asleep! Incidents such as this opened my eyes to a level of physical suffering I have never experienced in a British hospital and made me aware just how fortunate we are to have a service like the NHS where we can receive treatment at all times. “We were mainly treating patients for malaria, fungal infections and worms but there were plenty of other diseases too. For everyone who wanted it, HIV testing was also carried out by a male Tanzanian nurse. It stills shocks and saddens me to think how many HIV positive tests were obtained each day and how much medication, to treat the incurable virus, we administered. “During the evenings we were able to visit the islands and enjoy socialising with those we had treated during the day. It never ceased to amaze me how kind and cheerful these people are; despite having so little they never failed to remained positive. Volunteering trips like this are critically import if the Vine Trust is to be able to make progress in Tanzania and Peru. Whilst medical experience can help, it is not a prerequisite for many of the volunteering opportunities – enthusiasm is far more important! Even if travelling to Africa isn’t for you, please check out the Vine Trust online ( and consider donating to them or a similar charity. It may be a platitude, but the expedition reminded me there is truth in the old saying that only in the act of giving do we truly receive.”

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Flookburgh Community Playground Officially Open

Whilst we all should have an ‘end of tax year checklist’, the tax breaks on offer to each of us are often left unused and therefore lost.

It was a sunny (but cold) day for the Official Opening of the Flookburgh Community Playground on Saturday 25th November 2017.

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Maximising the returns, be it growth, income or a combination of the two, from savings and investments is not only about selecting the best performing funds or the savings account paying the highest rate of interest; it is equally as important to ensure that they remain as tax efficient as possible so more of the return is retained by you. It is difficult to cover all the tax saving opportunities within an article such as this; the following are two common, and perhaps straightforward, options.

An Individual Savings Account (ISA) is an ideal way to invest; interest is tax free within an ISA and capital growth is free of capital gains tax. Up to £20,000 per individual can be placed in an ISA this tax year (the same allowance applies to the 2018/19 tax year). As the tax year end is only a couple of months away (from date of publication) this means that you can shelter up to £40,000 from taxation within the space of around 8 weeks; indeed a couple between them could shelter up to £80,000. Every year you can take a gain on an investment without paying tax on the realised gain; this is one particular allowance that is often overlooked, and therefore

lost. Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is only charged when gains exceed your annual allowance, currently £11,300 per individual; capital gains (growth rather than income) is therefore free of tax up to this level. Multiple allowances can be used for jointly held assets, allowing further gains to be made tax free. Any realised gain in excess of this is taxed at 10% or 20% for those that exceed the basic rate tax band (capital gains in excess of the annual allowance are added to other income). It should be noted that there is a surcharge applied for residential property gains at a rate of 8% (in addition to the standard 10/20%) Careful year on year tax planning can ensure tax on gains are minimised or preferably avoided altogether. As already noted, CGT planning can be doubly effective for jointly held assets. An investment should never be made simply from a tax position; however, making the most of tax allowances coupled with successful investment planning will compound returns year on year.

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Councillor Gill Gardner opened the Playground which represented the culmination of 10 years’ work. She recognised the work and support of Lower Holker Parish Council, Flookburgh & District Recreational Charity, all funders and contractors and of course the community in making this project possible.

The children then enjoyed playing on the equipment and consumed cupcakes to celebrate the event.

Mayor gets a tour of Russell Armer site Grange Mayor, Councillor Peter Endsor, was one of a handful of guests invited to look around four of the ten affordable houses on the Over Sands View estate at Kent’s Bank. The final six affordable properties have now been allocated and Grange Now was invited along on a VIP tour.

Managing Director, Martyn Nicholson (pictured) was on hand to answer questions about the energy efficient homes and how providing the requisite number of affordable housing has to be built into the budget long before work begins. A point which had the full agreement of MP, Tim Farron, and District Councillor, Eric Morrell.

Endsor told Grange Now, “I’m really impressed with the size of the rooms, the amount of storage provision and also the very high standard of work, which I’m delighted to say is the same in the affordable homes as it is in the showhome”. Not forgetting, Russell Armer is the first homebuilder to incorporate Hedgehog Highways into their developments!

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Code Club will be running on the Public PCs from 3.30 to 4.45 pm each Monday on 5th, 12th& 26 February. This means the PCs will not be available for public use, although the Tablets will be available and printing is also available from the Tablets. Storytime for pre-school children is on a Tuesday morning for half an hour of stories and rhymes from 10.30 am on the 6th, 20th & 27th February.

Please note that there will be some maintenance works going on at the Library on 12th& 13th February 2018 and as the road by the Library (Pig Lane) will be closed on both days there will be no access to the Library Car Park. The Library will probably also be closed on Tuesday 13th February as there is expected to be no heating in the building. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. On 15th February we will be welcoming local poets Jennifer Copley and Sarah Littlefeather to the Library to read their poetry at 2.30 pm in the afternoon.Jennifer

recently published a collection of her work in ‘Some couples’ and Sarah’s poetry is in a collection entitled ‘Another Creature’. Jennifer was born in Barrow and now lives in her grandmother’s house. Sarah is an Ojibwa Indian born in Torontoand now lives in Cumbria. Tickets are £1 to include refreshments and are available from the Library or can be reserved on 32749.

In Half Term we will have a Cumbrian children’s author, Amy Stretch-Parker, reading her story Peter Digs a Den. The reading will start at 10.30 am on Friday 16th February. This is a free event but places are limited, so tickets can be collected from the Library or reserved by phoning 32749.

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As part of the Library 50th Anniversary celebrations we will be organising a 50 book challenge – more details to follow or check in the Library.

Advance notice that on 2nd March Age UK will be having a Staying Steady and Falls Prevention drop in at the Library from 10am to 1pm. Come along if you would like some advice on how to stay safe.

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Learn a new skill in 2018 Grange U3A was formed in the Millennium year and our continuing aim is to bring people together who are retired or semi-retired, in our community in social, educational and recreational activities. We hold a General Meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the Victoria Hall, Main St, Grange over Sands when members can listen to an invited speaker and meet socially over a coffee and biscuit. See the Events page for details of forthcoming meetings and planned socials.

During each month our Interest Groups meet to follow their various activities, each with its volunteer co-ordinator. For a look at our specialist activities please visit our Group page or message us through our Contacts page above.

We publish a quarterly newsletter which is free to members. The newsletter contains recent reports from interest groups, information about forthcoming events and a message from the Chairman which is reproduced as a link at the right hand side of this page.

Our annual membership fee is currently £12. Each Study Group may make a small charge for each meeting in order to cover local costs.

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Raising awareness of environmentally friendly burials Francis Mason-Hornby, owner of the Dalton Hall Estate, introduced the woodland burial ground seven years ago in a bid to offer a greener alternative to cremations. The 30 acre site is based in woodland at the foot of Dalton Crags, Burton-in-Kendal. Francis said: “The main reason why people might not be aware of natural burial as an option is probably because talking about death and letting your loved ones know your own funeral wishes is typically a taboo subject. If you go back 150 years, death was a constant companion. When a loved one died, the coffin would be there in the front room for three or four days. Death was simply accepted as a natural part of life and all the funeral arrangements would have been organised within family and you would have been buried locally.”

Statistics reveal that nowadays at least 70% of the UK population opt for cremation. However, it has been estimated that a typical cremation releases about 320kg of carbon dioxide equivalent into the atmosphere. Francis is keen to spread awareness of natural burials as a greener, more environmentally friendly option. “Natural burial is certainly not for everyone but if you love the countryside and care for the environment it offers a real choice to do something positive at the end of a life. We’re all going to die, it’s all part of life’s rich tapestry. Death is a part of life, we couldn’t have life without death.”

Grange Town Council Pete Endsor opened the meeting with a welcome to new councillor Claire Logan.

Following the recent spate of crime around the town it was hoped that there would be a police report, however no police representative was there. This caused annoyance amongst the meeting as everyone felt police action and community involvement is needed especially as there was a suggestion that the culprits are known. Eric Morrell SLDC councillor for Grange North offered his congratulations to Sharon Shepherd (News Editor of Grange Now) in light of the news that low cost £1 a day parking is to be offered to workers in the town. This marks a successful conclusion to the

year long campaign by Sharon, Grange Now and councillor Eric Morrell. This is a great result both for people who work in the town and for local residents as it helps alleviate parking pressure on residential streets.

Mary Wilson SLDC councillor for Cartmel and Grange West informed the meeting that Lower Allithwaite Parish Council had conducted speed gun training and would be out and about over the coming weeks. She also informed the meeting on progress with the Cartmel environment forum to tackle flooding and sewage issues. There was confirmation in this meeting that there is to be no change in the precept. The next meeting if you wish to attend is Monday 12th February at Victoria Hall at 7 p.m.

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County Matters I know many of us will be making our New Year’s resolutions to help us have a safe and healthy year ahead. Everything in moderation is always best but making sure our properties are safe and secure is one of the things that always concentrates the mind. Resulting from this our County Fire Service has put out an appeal to us all to check our smoke alarms.

Two of the County Councils Scrutiny Committees (the Health and Adults ones) have joined forces to form a Joint Task Group looking into the integration of Health and Social Care in our County. There will be particular emphasis on the Delayed Transfer of Care (DTOC) element of the service

which equates to the NHS and Adult Social Care systems.

As the County Council is responsible for the Social Care system and the NHS is in charge of the Hospital Care, it is in all our interests to cooperate to help make the system work better for all residents of Cumbria.

If you wish to contact the Group I am happy to pass on any suggestions or comments to our Scrutiny Officers, (just e-mail me This will help our Councillors to come up with recommendations. These will be passed on to the County Cabinet and the NHS which hopefully will help to alleviate this problem.

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You should definitely check your seeds are roughly in date (I go up to two or three years out of date, you might be more fastidious) and re-order any seeds you need or want to try out as suppliers often run out of the more popular varieties. I usually do a bulk internet order, to save on postage, at the start of this month and then pick up any others from the local garden centre as and when I need them.

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it’s good to bear in mind if you are pruning any trees to try and save any long straight branches or shorter more twiggy branches for the pea sticks. If you are lucky enough to get access to a bit of woodland, get out there and try and find some hazel trees; they are great for both poles and sticks. Ash can also be good for poles but will often be on the heavy side. Always get permission for this from the land owner and check on the day that there’s no shooting parties scheduled as things can get nervewracking very quickly if there are! Try and finish any tidying up; beds, minor repairs or construction projects before the end of this month. It’s good to finish this month thinking only about your plants and planting. You could probably also lime your Brassica beds towards the end of the month; and you may also want to consider a very thin layer of environmentally friendly organic slug pellets under any mulch you put down this month to try and reduce the number of soil dwelling slugs popping up under you seedlings later in the season. Even if it’s wet and miserable, it’s well worth trying to make as much progress as possible this month before the approaching March madness!

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Twelve Ramblers took part in this walk around Arnside Knott to Arnside Tower where a break was taken. Then onto Hazelslack, through Underlaid Wood and up through the squeeze of the Fairy Steps for lunch and a great view across the Bay. Here the sun broke briefly through the clouds to brighten up a dull, overcast day – but at least it stayed dry throughout! The second half of the walk was along the ridge of Beetham Fell, past Wray Cottages to Hollins Well before turning back to Arnside following the path of the old railway line alongside the estuary. This was a delightful walk with a well-balanced mixture of woods, fells, fields and coastal paths.

Woodlands and Wellbeing The woodlands in winter can be dark and gloomy places to be as they lie asleep, waiting for key events to happen so they can wake from their winter slumber.

After the winter Solstice, nature’s clock starts to tick towards spring, my favourite season. I literally get a spring in my step as life once more makes its presence known throughout the woods. I wonder how many dog walkers feel better for taking the dog for a wander in the woods? My own experiences of



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1. From Stone Pier, Arnside Promenade (grid ref: 457788), walk West along The Promenade. At end of road (Ashmeadow House) continue along path at side of estuary. Pass Coastguard Station then turn left up next slipway (SP Red Hills Road) 2. Follow path uphill. At T-junction turn right, then take second road on left (SP The Knott), continue onto single track road to car park. Bear left through gate. ( viewpoint up The Knott to the left). At third gate follow signs to Arnside Tower. Continue ahead through several gates to road. 3. Cross road downhill towards farm. At farmyard entrance take footpath to the right uphill to Arnside Tower. 4. Bear left behind Tower (ignore stile and gate straight ahead). Follow right field edge downhill to second gate and enter wood (SP Middlebarrow & Blackdyke). Just before railway turn left onto path over footbridge. Follow field edge parallel to railway. Over second footbridge. On reaching farm track turn right under railway. Follow track to road and turn right. 5. At junction on left (Carr Bank Road) go over stile (SP Hazelslack). Follow path through gate to farm track turn right. Follow track to road and turn right. 6. Follow road through farm buildings and at T-junction go straight ahead onto track (SP Fairy Steps) Continue into wood and up limestone paving to Fairy Steps. To avoid tight squeeze, follow concessionary path to viewpoint at top of Fairy Steps. 7. Continue North along ridge of Beetham Fell before path descends straight ahead. At beehive dome marker turn left (SP Cockshott Lane). At next beehive dome marker take right fork.

woodlands and well being go back to when I used to run a spoon carving club on Brown Robin Reserve several years ago. We had one member who would travel from the Bolton area on a regular basis to learn to carve green wood. He was under a psychiatrist but enjoyed the woodland setting. After several months he contacted me from Poland and explained he had moved there, bought a woodland and built a log cabin with a swimming pool. It seems his time spent in the woods had cleared his mind to a point he made a life changing decision and now says he is living the dream. An old friend of mine occasionally gets in touch if he is feeling down or stressed and we sometimes

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MAP SUPPLIED FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY The programme of walks with the Grange-over-Sands Ramblers can be found in the Library or the Information Centre. 8. Continue to road and turn right. Then take path on left (SP Storth) and go straight ahead. Take next path on left (SP Hollins Well). Continue to end of wood. On emerging into field turn right and follow field edge downhill to lane. 9. Turn left along lane. At end of lane by quarry entrance turn right and at end of road turn left. Pass the Quarry Warehouse and then footpath to the right (opposite caravan storage yard). 10. Immediately turn left onto line of old railway through Sandside Cutting. At end of path emerge onto road and turn right. (EXTREME CARE – ROAD CAN BE BUSY). Go through gate on left onto path alongside estuary and onto old railway embankment. 11. Continue to railway station. (12) Use footbridge to cross track and turn right out of station. Walk along road back to the starting point.

spend time in the woods carving and he sometimes takes some bits of wood back home to whittle with. It also seems to calm him and distracts him from his troubles. One of my own uplifting experiences of being in a woodland was several years ago when I was working away and I noticed the bird song was getting louder As some of you may know I have a sort of wildlife tourette’s, so I was naming them in my head. However the sound and variety of species grew to a point I couldn’t concentrate any longer and had to sit and just listen. This was a remarkable experience which is difficult to explain and, sadly, has never

been repeated. But it certainly lifted my spirits for days to come.

It is becoming apparent that woodlands are a benefit to wellbeing and organisations are now offering specialist courses and workshops in this field. Offering a chance to look at ways to tame busy minds, find peace and quiet and connect with nature. So if you are feeling down or stressed why not go for a wander in your local woodland or explore new ones, it may help.

If you are visiting the reserve via the Cumbria Grand access, take a look at our sightings board situated at the top car park for the latest information and sightings. Tony Sanders, Hon. Reserve Manager.

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Philippa’s easy to follow guide below will see you making a beautiful glasses case.

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My love story with textiles and crafting began at an early age. As the tallest girl in my school, mum soon taught me how to make my own clothes – it was the only way we could get things long enough! Once I knew my way around a sewing machine the world of textiles was my oyster and I’ve tried my hand at everything from stitching a parasol, quilting bedspreads to knitting a pair of socks… Being creative is addictive and I love to share my passion. I now split my time between helping creative businesses develop and grow and designing and making my own range of textile gifts and homewares from my little sewing studio in Allithwaite. The magical glimmer of an idea starts with inspiration taken from a walk high up on the fells, far down in the valley or striding around a tarn. My work reflects our beautiful Lakeland landscape and I concentrate on the quality and texture of my fabrics. Provenance is hugely important to me and I use 100% British wool tweed. It’s all about the little details and creating a special treat for someone to treasure forever. Stitch it, repair it, darn it, remake it, repurpose, upcycle or recycle: if I can stop an item from ending up in the bin then I will. As a member of the Simply Repair group in Kendal I love to find creative ways to mend and make new, particularly with people’s most beloved textiles I work to commission and my work can be seen at

6. Trim your seam allowances along all four sides, being very careful not to cut into any stitches. You want the edges to be neat and tidy and about 5mm from the stitches.Trim the corners diagonally to give a neater corner when you turn it right way out. I use pinking shears for this; they cut the fabric in a zig zag meaning it doesn’t fray, but scissors work just as well.

What you’ll need: • Two pieces of coordinating fabric, one for the outside and the other for the lining fabric. • Lightweight wadding (this is the fluffy white stuff which gives your glasses some protection. • Coordinating thread • Scissors

7. Pull the fabric right side out through the opening.

8. Make sure your corners are all pushed through– I use a chop stick, but a pencil will do.

Let’s get started:

9. Now, iron everything really well, making sure the edges are nicely pressed.

1. Cut two pieces of fabric, one for the inside and one for the outside, measuring 20cms tall by 20cms wide. Cut a piece of wadding 18cms by 18cms (2cms smaller than the outer so your seams aren’t too bulky.)

10. Along the top edge pin the opening closed, making sure the seam allowance is folded under and even.

2. Put the outside fabric face down in front of you and place the wadding on top in the middle. There should be an even boarder of fabric around the edge of the wadding. If your wadding is iron-on then iron it in place now, otherwise pin and sew it in place running your stitches as close to the edge of the wadding as you dare.

11. Top stitch along the top edge (sew along the top edge close to the edge but straight and neatly). Go all the way around the top. This will sew the opening closed and add a nice finishing touch to your glasses case.

3. Put the two pieces of fabric together with right sides facing (put the lining fabric on the table with the right side up, then put the outer fabric on top of it with the wrong side face up, so the wadding is top of the pile).

12. Fold your glasses case so that the outer fabric faces out. Carefully match the edges and pin along the side and bottom edge. 13. Now, you need to sew the two sides together. Stitch the side and bottom edge 1cm from the edge. Then go back and add a second row of stitches just inside the last. This will give you two rows of topstitching and add strength to the seam. And you’re done: aquirky little glasses case to keep your specs safe. Feel free to pimp the pattern –you can add 3cms extra to the length of the case and put a button and ribbon to act as a closure.I’ve also added some spectacled applique to add a special something extra.On another version I did a curved top and a bit of zig zag stitching. Whatever you fancy!

4. Pin all the way around the outside of the fabric.

5. Sew around your fabric on all four sides with a 1.5cm seam allowance (sew 1.5cms away from the edge). Leave a 6cm gap along the top so you can turn your fabric right side out.

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The Unassuming Wino

The subject of wine can be quite a complicated one so let’s try and help you in your endeavours, ‘simplicity’ is the key word and you never know you may just impress your friends!

Seville Orange Marmalade (Produces approx. 6.5lbs of marmalade)

Let’s start by saying ‘good wine doesn’t have to cost a fortune’!


1.5 pounds Seville oranges 4 pints of water Juice of 1 lemon Sugar (1lb per pint of juice)

Champagne vs Prosecco Champagne is a sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France, from 3 grape varieties 1 white and 2 black and is made by the costly Traditional Method of production in the bottle.

Prosecco is a sparkling wine produced in the Veneto region of Italy and is made mainly from the Glera grape sometimes know as the Prosecco grape and the production is by the more affordable Tank Method. That’s the science stuff out of the way. So simple and inexpensive. Why not treat a loved one for Valentines Day?

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The food of love!

For a few years now, we’ve run special offers on our dry aged steaks around Valentine’s Day.

They always seem to go down a storm! Why? Well we’re not being big headed, but they do taste great… masses of flavour and a melt-in-the-mouth texture, a real treat! The other reason we think they do so well is that although flowers and chocolates might be the way to a woman’s heart, steak and pork pies are almost always the way to a man’s! With this in mind, we think we have created the perfect Valentine’s gift for every pieloving male: a large, heart-

topped Valentine’s Pork Pie at £6.99 each (we will be making a Pork & Stilton version too, for a twist on the classic). Orders are first come, first served so call the shop to reserve yours! If you’re pondering menu’s for a romantic evening in this Valentine’s Day, a simple home-cooked steak dinner and accompanying bottle of roomtemperature red is pretty hard to beat! Our 2 for £12 Dry-Aged Sirloins also come with a free Pepper or Mushroom sauce!


Tuesday's arrival of in-season bitter Seville oranges in the Low Sizergh Barn farm shop indicates that it is time to start marmalade making.

The oranges are grown organically on the Ave Maria farm in the heart of Spain's bitter orange growing region, where the orchards date back to the late 19th century and the increasing British appetite for marmalade. Although they are too sharp to eat raw, they can be transformed into one of the world's finest preserves with the simple addition of sugar, lemon and heat.

We wholly appreciate the farm's attention to the health of their soil and their organic growing methods - both of which produce a special flavour, aroma and purity in the fruit. This month's recipe is straight from the growers at Ave Maria who better to advise on the perfect marmalade making approach?


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*Setting point test: spoon a little marmalade onto a cold plate, allow to cool, push gently at the edge and if wrinkles form it is at setting point.

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Grange Methodist The second Tuesday in December was the Grange Methodist Network Carol Service and Christmas Celebration. After a carol service and meditation, where the ladies took part, a special afternoon tea was served and enjoyed. The opening of the Spring session was on 9th January, when Mick Malkin was the speaker. On Sunday, 17th December, the Toast church presented their Nativity, which was compiled by Paul Rand. This was a modern slant, brought up to date by modern thinking and technology. We saw a garage, instead of a stable, all that was available on the website booking pages, Joseph at work, using an electric drill, road workers instead of shepherds and astrophysicists instead of kings. Rev Jo Rand brought things together by showing how in art, down the ages, pictures had taken on modernity, of the times and the artists. The children

and the story challenged us again. The children, who are active in the pantomime, held a carol service on the evening of 17th December, and afterwards went into the schoolroom to enjoy buffet refreshments. Before eating, three cheques were presented to charities from the proceeds of the panto. Then, the fun started and the greatest entertainment was in using a 2nd World War parachute for games. One young lady of 35 years taking part, remembered it from her days as a Brownie. Thanks to Jean and Mick Malkin for their work with and for, the Panto and children.

There have been two nights of carol singing around the residential and nursing homes of the area by members of the church, organised by Judith and Ray Booth, and there was a Carol service on the morning of Christmas Eve. Later, that evening there was a 7pm communion service, led by the Rev Jo Rand.

An Invitation to The Women’s World Day Of Prayer On Friday 2nd March, 5000 services will be held around the world, and one of them will be in the Methodist Church in Grange! Involving 3 million people, this is an inter-denominational service which each year is devised by women from different countries of the world. The theme for this year is ‘All God’s creation is very

Hope Church The apostle Peter in his epistle states “with the Lord a day is like a thousand years and a thousand years like a day.” He goes on to say that God’s promises will come about in his good and perfect timing. Last year culminated in the baptism of three of our members in the pool at Abbot Hall followed by a swim session for the younger visitors and a buffet lunch to celebrate.

good’ and the service has been written by the women of Suriname in the north-east of South America. Starting in Samoa as the sun rises, and ending as the sun sets off the coast of American Samoa, the service will have been translated into more than 95 languages and 1000 dialects as we are reminded that we all have responsibilities for caring

for the wonderful world we live in. This is not simply a day of prayer for women, but for everyone who cares about our world and those who live in it. The money collected during the services is used to support projects run by Christian charities around the world, and you may be interested to know that in 2016 £10,000 was donated to the Cumbria Flood Fund.

Each of the members to be baptised spoke of how they had been led to ‘take the plunge’ and what it meant to them even at this ‘later’ stage of life. Just before Christmas some of our members were invited to a Christmas celebration by the staff and boys of Fell House Home and School in Grange. There was a very impressive and memorable production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ and a demonstration of yoga movements reminding us of Christmas. A lovely

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St Peter’s Field Broughton At St Peter’s Field Broughton we value tradition in modern life. Valentine’s Day shows how important love is in our supposedly secular world. Our Valentine’s Sunday service at 9.30am on 11th February brings spirituality to a popular celebration that strikes a really popular chord.God’s love is our love for others, and it is greater than any other power. We invite all to come and celebrate this power of love in our lives, however

St Mary’s, Allithwaite Christmas at Allithwaite was celebrated with a variety of events. Ranging from the ever popular ‘Big Sing’ accompanied by Flookburgh Band at The Pheasant, followed by a traditional Carol Service of nine lessons and carols (with, of course, mince pies and mulled wine), an overflowing

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Our Christmas Tree Festival was a great success. We had over 1100 visitors over the three weeks before it closed on 2nd January. Thanks to generous donations by visitors we have been able to send donations of £350 each to St Mary’s Hospice and the Barrow based food bank. The collection at the Christingle Service plus the monies

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course we hope everyone will feel welcome to come and remember their special day at St Peter’s.And, naturally, there will be chocolates, hearts, and if we’re lucky, cupcakes as well. This is not temptation, but love:who could resist?

Lifting the Veil on Boarbank

Remembering the Fallen of WW1 it has been experienced, remembering someone special, includingloved ones who are no longer with us. A special invitation is offered to those who were married at St Peter’s, so please pass this invitation on to anyone you know who was married there - but of

church for the Christmas Eve ‘Christingle’ service and a family Communion on Christmas Day with an opportunity for the children to show off one of their presents – including our speaker who cycled into the service on his new bike! With Christmas behind us our thoughts are now focussed on ‘Moving Mountains’ – a

collected in cardboard ‘candles’ by pupils at Grange School and donations in Gift Aid envelopes at the service raised £380 for the Children’s Society. Christine Harrison, one of our Church Wardens, left us in January to move closer to family in Scotland. It would be difficult to overstate Christine’s contribution to the life of our Church during her time as Church Warden and treasurer. More than 60 members of St

Hello again. We are still in a very wintry season, but with careful observation we can see signs of spring, with snowdrops and crocuses showing green shoots. We hope these also signal an improvement in the weather. Our usual Women’s Guild meetings will continue through the month on Wednesday afternoons at 2.30pm providing an opportunity

The next two names from our War Memorial, being remembered on the second Sunday of the month, are: Thomas Jackson (11th Feb) and Henry Keenan (11th March).If you have a connection please get in touch via the website: www. stpetersfieldbroughton.

four day programme of events from 8th-11th March, also involving the Methodist and URC as well as the Anglican churches, when we will be hosting an ecumenical team led by Bishop Libby Lane of Stockport (our first woman bishop) - who will be taking part in the programme. Details of the various events shown separately.

Paul’s and the Fell Church gathered with Christine and her husband Gordon for lunch at the Grange Hotel on the 7th January to express our thanks, wish them well in the future and to present a number of gifts and momentos. On 28th January we joined with St Paul’s Lindale to celebrate our Patronal Festival, observing the Feast of the Conversion of St Paul. The Eucharist at 11.00am was followed by lunch.

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And the award goes to... It was very easy to offer Grange Operatic Society the mantle of ‘Artist of The Month’ following an incredible twenty nominations in the 2017 NODA Awards.

Good luck to all the nominees and a much deserved, ‘Well Done!’

NODA North West District 11 ADULT NOMINATIONS 2017

• Best Male Comedy Performance - Mark Payne - Luther Billis • Best Staging - South Pacific • Best Musical Direction - Jane Thedham South Pacific • Best Leading Male in a Musical - Steve Low - Emile de Becque • Best Leading Female in a Musical Eleanor Fonth - Nelly Forbush • Best Pantomime - Dick Whittington • Best Musical - South Pacific

We are therefore in need of someone to accompany us at our services. We have a sung Eucharist on the first and third Sundays in the month, and a Service of the Word with hymns on the second and fourth. We have a small but enthusiastic choir of six or seven who enjoy leading the singing.

YOUTH NOMINATIONS 2017 • Best Supporting Male in a Youth Musical - James Mason - King Rat • Best Supporting Female in a Youth Musical - Caitlyn Mason - Alice Fitzwarren • Best Male Youth Comedy Performance Reece Carter - Idle Jack • Best Female Youth Comedy Performance - Alice Payne - Scupper Amy Shepherd - Dolly Dumpling • Best Staging of a Youth Production Dick Whittington • Best Youth Ensemble - Dick Whittington • Best Youth Choreographer - Katie Gregory • Best Youth Musical Direction - Jean and Mick Malkin • Best Direction Youth Production - Jean and Mick Malkin • Best Leading Male in a Youth Musical Toby Wright - Alderman Fitzwarren • Best Leading Female in a Youth Musical - Faye Hill - Dick Whittington • Best Youth Production - Dick Whittington

On the ‘Grange Drama’ Grapevine Hay Fever by Noel Coward is our next Open Play Reading which will take place on Wednesday 21st February at 7.30 pm in Grange Institute. It seems that the timeline of our play reading evenings is edging ever backwards; from the 1930–40’s world of the Ashington miners to the ultra bohemian 1920’s in which one of Noel Coward’s best known plays is set. Jim Robson will introduce this high comedy to transport us away from last month’s working men learning to appreciate art into the


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After many years of dedicated service, our organist at Flookburgh church is retiring.

Last year proved to be a fantastic year for GAOS, beginning in late February/early March, when the society put on its first ever production of South Pacific. What a fantastic show and what a good time was had by all members! In December, it was the turn of the younger members to delight audiences when they staged their pantomime: Dick Whittington & his Cat. Another fantastic show from our very talented youngsters. Grange Operatic is a members of NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) and, as such, both shows have gained several nominations for the NODA North West District 11 Season 2017 Awards ceremony to be held in Barrow on 2nd February. Winners will go forward to the North West Area awards to be held in May.

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roaring ‘twenties style’ world of the Bliss family and all their parties. A cast of four men and five women find themselves in the middle of unexpected and histrionic family disagreements. Find more details of this play, set in 1925, on our website.

News of the 2018 All England Theatre Festival is slowly emerging. Final details are awaited about a proposed move of the Preliminary Round of this One Act Play competition from Grange over Sands, its Cumbrian regional base for the last several years, to a new

venue over the Pennines Washington Arts Centre in Sunderland and Durham.

The idea of Radio Plays, a rehearsed reading of actors grouped around a BBC style free standing microphone with accompanying background sound effects and music, is still circulating. Thanks to Mark Payne, who has set up our Facebook Page, you will be able to track progress. www.

Next Month: Deborah Powell will lead a reading of The Fifteen Minute Hamlet.

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Ideally, we would love to have an organist who would also be prepared to lead the choir, but we would equally like to hear from anyone who may feel that they could perhaps play the piano or keyboard, and who may be prepared to just play for the hymns for one or two services a month. If you can play, we would be grateful for whatever you can offer. If you would like more information, please contact Pat Taylor 58204.

First concert of the season to raise funds for hall Grange over Sands and District Concert Club’s 2018 programme begins earlier this year, on Friday 9 March at 8pm, for a special reason.

An additional concert has been arranged to raise funds for the Victoria Hall and purchase additional staging which will extend the scope of performances and enhance the audience’s view. The talented Ulverston Victoria High School Swing Band will take us on a musical journey from the golden age of swing to modern jazz under the direction of Richard Butler who was awarded the MBE in this year’s New Year’s Honours list for his achievements with the band. Please come and support this cause. Admission £10. We are hoping to encourage more young people to enjoy classical music and for the first time have organised an afternoon concert on 7th July especially for children who attend our local primary schools. Another first for the club occurs on 1st June when internationally renowned pianist Sam Haywood performs the world première of his new work “Nocturne” composed especially for our concert.

Details of all the concerts and information about becoming a member are contained in the leaflet delivered with this issue.


Author promises royalties to Victoria Hall This new collection of verse, by Alan Forsyth called ‘Time & Tide’ follows his previous collection, ‘Waypoints’ which was published in 2014.

The author has very generously offered the royalties from the book to the Friends of Victoria Hall.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the seventy six poems draw on the writer’s still active life and all the events which impinge on our lives today, both individually and as a community. Having retired from his last ‘day-job’, on his 90th birthday in 2017 this book draws upon a wealth of experience of life, without frontiers. Indeed, if there is a theme running through it all, the removal of frontiers, particularly in the mind, can be detected without much mental effort. It is clear that this poet has a commitment to the need for reason and a desire to see respect for human life governing more of our actions, but the sense of the ridiculous is never far behind. Pomposity gets short shrift and moments of calm and the image of sunny childhood days, albeit with a touch of sadness, is always present. This is all new work since 2014 and comes at a cover price of £8 and, as stated above, all royalties will go towards the Victoria Hall fund. Copies of the book can be obtained from the author by email at alanforsyth88@ or, by telephone 015395 35821.

Grange Amateur Operatic Society (GAOS) will soon be performing ‘Sister Act: The Musical’, based on the hit 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg.

Sisters get in on the Act

Creatively adapted for the stage, by writers Bill and Cheri Steinkellner, it is accompanied by a score full of gospelinfused, disco numbers by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater. The plot involves disco diva Deloris Van Cartier (played by local leading lady Samantha Grundy) being forced to hide in the Queen of Angels convent by goofy police officer Eddie (played by GAOS newcomer Louis Simon), after getting into a bit of hot water with gangster boyfriend Curtis (played by familiar face Steve Low) and his thugs - Joey, TJ and Pablo (Kirk Robson, Thomas Kidd and Toby Wright). Whilst at the convent Deloris learns the values of faith, loyalty and honesty from her new friends including Sister Mary Robert (Olivia Muir) and larger than life Sister Mary Patrick (Trudi Carter). Deloris also manages

Another chance to see Ninebarrow

Back in October 2016, we hosted a sell-out gig of Ninebarrow here in Arnside. Here is advance notice that they will be returning on Sunday 6th May at 7.30pm.

to teach the nuns, and the audience, a thing or two about loosening up, singing loud and dancing the night away ‘all under the watchful eye of Mother Superior (Pam Mellor)’

Sister Act may be the directorial debut for Hannah Fish, but she has been performing with the society for a number of years and previously choreographed the ballet in ‘The King and I’. Hannah is ably supported by talented Musical Director, Jane Thedham, who was also the Musical Director for ‘Annie’ and ‘South Pacific’. This year’s performance will

If you would like to bagsy tickets (£10) now, please phone Sue/John Gibbs 01524 762460. Ninebarrow are a multiaward-winning folk duo, combining breath-taking vocal harmonies and melodies, who deliver original songs, which are inspired and rooted in the

see an interesting mix of new and old faces taking both leading and supporting roles and this more modern musical should leave audiences smiling and top-tapping in their seats - it is not to be missed! The show will be performed, as always, in Grange’s majestic Victoria Hall and runs from Tuesday 27th February to Saturday 3rd March. Show times are 7.30pm each evening and there is also a 2.30pm matinee performance on the Saturday. Tickets will be available from Grange Information Centre. Call in or telephone 015395 34026. landscape and history of the British Isles. In March 2017, the duo performed a live session on Mark Radcliffe’s BBC Radio 2 Folk Show, where he described their singing as ‘A rather lovely two halves of one voice’. If you haven’t come across them yet, visit www.

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THE OLD VICARAGE NEWSLETTER Allithwaite, Grange-over-Sands

Happy New Year - the last few months have been filled with a wide range of activities, culminating in an amazing December. October

The calm period before the busy months of November and December - we spent October making a range of arts and crafts, including Halloween and bonfire night decorations and a decoupage memory table. We had a visit from Lorraine Smythe who helped our residents make a special pumpkin flower arrangement for Halloween – it was spookily good!

November Our month began with our first visit by local ballet teacher Carla Pinchen, we are pleased she will be teaching regular ballet classes at the Old Vicarage. It was onto bonfire night, we had fireworks and a great bonfire, with friends and families attending and there was soup, hotdogs, gingerbread and mulled wine to keep us going. Thank you to everyone for the generous donations for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Beetham Nursery Visit Lakeland Car Museum Visit We’ve now started to plan our activities for this year! We always like to try new activities so if you have any ideas or you can teach activities that are suitable for elderly people, please let us know. 22

We started the month with a visit to see the lights in Cark.We always think that they can’t better the display from last year but they do!

In the middle of the month we had our Residents’ Christmas Party with music from John Mario and lots of singing, dancing and great food.

We went to choose a Christmas tree from Stribers Farm and our residents decorated The Old Vicarage, Lorraine Smythe helped our residents make beautiful wreaths which they put up. There was lots of music with the Montessori schoolchildren performing their nativity play and Allithwaite Primary singing carols - some of our residents also attended the school’s end of term concert.

Lorraine Smythe making a Halloween flower arrangement

It was also a very musical month with an unexpected concert from Rachel Mercer, a musical performance by the Nostalgia Singers and harvest songs sung by Allithwaite Primary School. The residents loved them all. One Friday we also had fish, chips & mushy peas in paper from a local chippy. Nothing quite beats it.


Laura and the guy she made

We also had our Macmillan Coffee Morning that month with lots of cakes, coffee, games and raffle. We raised £250 from both events. We started on our Christmas decorations and Lorraine Smythe returned to help our residents make cards to send to their families. Rachel Mercer visited, this time for a planned concert and we had a great time singing along. Bon Marche visited and our residents bought lots of clothes for winter as well as some presents for Christmas.

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We sponsored a Christmas Lego competition at the school and our residents chose winners from the wonderful entries, with Lego vouchers as prizes. Just before Christmas Jean Marks visited and entertained us with an accordion concert. And on Christmas Day, Santa came, there was lot of presents and a three-course meal and wine to enjoy.

Santa and his elf


FEBRUARY Thur 1st, 8th, 22nd (NB none on 15th) – Singing for Memory at Allithwaite Community Centre run by Grange Soroptimists. For people with memory or speech difficulties or dementia. Ring Janice 58001 or Isabel 36378 for information and booking. Thurs 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd Grange Health Walks from Grange Age UK superstore rear car park at 11am. Contact Ewen Cameron on 07929 833528 for information. Mon 5th, 19th, 26th (no session on 12th Feb) - Men’s Over 50s Walking Football at Cartmel Priory School from 7- 8pm in the school hall £2 per session . Contact Age UK on 01539 728118 for more information. Tues 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th Popular Sequence Dancing at Lindale Village Hall every Tuesday 7.30pm to 10pm. New members and visitors welcome. Enquiries: phone Lis on 35512. Tues 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th - Cartmel Health Walks from Cartmel Racecourse grandstand entrance at 11am. Contact Ewen Cameron on 07929 833528 for information. Wed 7th/21st/28th - Ballroom dancing classes with Emma Wattam I.D.T.A. at Allithwaite Community Centre. Please call 07399 096547 for further details Tues 13th, 20th, 27th - Gentle Seated Exercise Class for the over 50s at the United Reform Church Hall, Grange from 2- 3pm. 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. Tues 13th/20th/27th Circle Dancing. No partner or dance experience needed. Enjoyable gentle exercise. Allithwaite Community Centre 2.15-4.15. £7 per week. Helen Brooks 015395 35022. Fri 16th/23rd - Arnside County Market. 9.30am - 11.30am W.I.Hall Orchard Road Arnside LA5 0DP. Local homebaking seasonal preserves and fresh eggs. Hand made chocolates and fresh fish. Seasonal

fruit and vegetables. Plants. Handmade crafts and gifts. Watercolours. Free entry. Refreshments available. All welcome. Thurs 1st - Cartmel Peninsula Local History Society. Mike Winstanley - For Tortola: Quakers, Lonsdale merchants and West Indies 1750 - 1850. 7.30pm. Cartmel Village Hall. Members free. Visitors £2.50. Fri 2nd - Grange and District Natural History Society, Unusual Phenomena in Nature, Alan Pentecost, URC Hall 7:30 pm. Fri 2nd - Railway Correspondence & Travel Society (RCTS) - Furness Lakes & Lune Branch. 7.30 pm at the Station Hotel, Carnforth. An illustrated presentation on: The Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway by Peter Van Zeller. All welcome. Small contribution requested Sun 4th - Foodbank collection - Fr. Magner Room, St Charles Church, Kents Bank Road, Grange. Items particularly needed: UHT milk & fruit juices, tinned tomatoes, pasta sauces and rice pudding. Tues 6th - Grange Forum Lest We Forget. Abbot Hall Hotel, Kents Bank. 10.15am Tues 6th - Mothers & Others. Wine tasting with Len - Cheese and wine. Father Magner Room, St Charles Church, Kents Bank Road, Grange at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome. Tues 6th February Allithwaite & Cartmel WI 2pm at Allithwaite Community Centre. Julia Hoggard will be talking about the Bee-keeping year. New members welcome, ring Carol 32876 or Wendy 32702 Tues 6th - Grange Lecture Society - A Thousand Years of History: Medieval cathedrals as time machines with Architectural Historian Jon Cannon. Victoria Hall 7.15pm. Single lecture £4 and £2 for students 18 & under. Wed 7th - Barrow Blind Society Grange over Sands Club. Every first Wednesday in the month. Abbot Hall Hotel. 2 - 4pm. Mon 12th - Grange Probus Club meeting with Lynn Matthews speaking about “Dogs for Good” at 10.30am at the

Netherwood Hotel. Contact Sean Jameson 015395 32105 for information on membership and events. Mon 12th - Cartmel Fell and District Local History Society. Watermill History with Charles Rowntree. 8pm Parish Rooms, Cartmel Fell. Visitors welcome at £3. Tues 13th - Grange Lecture Society - Barrow’s Boys and Other Polar Explorers with Brian Wilson. Victoria Hall 7.15pm. Single lecture £4 and £2 for students 18 & under. Fri 16th - Grange and District Natural History Society, Conserving Cumbria’s Geology, Sylvia Woodhead, URCHall 7:30 pm Sat 17th - Lower Holker Bowling Club are holding their enrolment day between 2 - 4pm. New and existing members are all welcome to come along. If you haven’t bowled before and would like to have a try bowls are available. Please contact Allan on 015395 58918. Mon 19th - Cartmel and District Flower Club meeting at 2pm in Cartmel village hall with Norma Halpin as guest arranger. Contact Dianne Cameron on 015395 32319 for information on membership and events. Tues 20th - Grange Forum. Forum Quiz at 2pm with afternoon tea. Tues 20th - Mothers & Others. Presentation of cheques to St Mary’s Hospice and Victoria Hall. Victoria Hall 7.30pm Wed 21st - Grange Drama. Hay Fever by Noel Coward is our next Open Play Reading starting at 7.30 pm in Grange Institute. Thurs 22 – Grange WI. RC Church Meeting Room, 7.30 pm. John Iveson – a career in music. Contact Margaret on 36735 for more details. Thurs 22nd - Ulverston Jazz - programme will include: Stacey and Friends Part 2: More on deservedly popular singer Stacey Kent and her swinging backing jazzmen. Bardsea’s Malt Kiln Village Hall, 11.30am - around 13.45pm. As usual, tasty

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Fri 2 Social Dancing (not sequence) 7.30pm

Sun 4 Come Dancing with Grahame & Bernice Baldwin (Sequence Dancing) 7.30pm Tues 6 Lecture Society: Jon Cannon – Medieval cathedrals as time machines 7.15pm Mon 12 Grange Town Council meeting 7pm

Tues 13 Lecture Society: Brian Wilson – Barrow’s Boys & other Polar Explorers 7.15pm Tues 20 U3A monthly meeting 10.15am

Thurs 22(Room 4): AGE UK IT Drop-in for over 55’s 2 – 4pm

Fri 27 – Sat 3 Mar: SISTER ACT by Grange Operatic Society. 7.30pm nightly and 2pm Sat Matinee

Regular events:

Badminton Club: Monday nights (Thursday night if Monday Council meeting)

Dance Lessons with James Reeder 7pm: Weds in Feb: 7, 14 & 21 only Silver Swans Wed 14th & 21st 10:15am -

Natural Voice Singing Workshops 1.30 – 3.30pm:

Victoria Hall Support Group events - all proceeds to Victoria Hall Tues 20: Monthly BINGO night (cash prizes – sorry over 18’s only) 7pm Friday mornings: Pop Up café from 10am. Tea, coffee, crumpets & teacakes!

refreshments will be available, and included in the modest charge of £3. Tues 27th - Grange Forum. Magic of Skye. Abbot Hall Hotel, Kents Bank. 10.15am


Fri 2 March - Railway Correspondence & Travel Society (RCTS) - Furness Lakes & Lune Branch. The Splendid Years of BR Steam 1958 – 1962, John Sloane 7.30 pm at the Station Hotel, Carnforth. All welcome. Small contribution requested Fri 2nd - Grange and District Natural History Society, Diseases of Trees, Richard Tanner, URC Hall 7:30 pm

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Allithwaite Primary After an amazing Christmas, the pupils at Allithwaite have started the new term with ‘Hope’. Our Christian value for this term has prompted some careful consideration for the meaning of hope and how we can live our lives in a hopeful way. The Nursery and Reception children have produced some fantastic writing based on the book ‘The Terrible Greedy Fossifoo’, where they thought about their hopes for our classroom and friendships. We are now in the process of organising a big fundraising event with the

church and local community to raise monies for the Children of Hope charity. Nathan and Reegan Porter, who decided to do a reverse advent calendar, found out that they raised 39 meals for Barrow foodbank. We are all

inspired by their amazing thoughtful act. The Year One children took part in the Cartmel Peninsula Cluster multiskills event and thoroughly enjoyed working with children from our local primary schools. Some of our very talented running club pupils took part in the highly challenging Casterton Cross Country. The children ran through treacherous terrain with hundreds of pupils from other schools. Their determination was amazing and the wonderful attitudes they showed towards encouraging and praising each other. We are very proud.

Get writing kids! It’s 500 word season again. In 2011, Radio Two DJ, Chris Evans set up a competition to get youngsters excited about reading and writing, and, over the past seven years, the competition has received 750,000 entries. To support this fantastic competition, Grange Now will print, in full, all the entries from our catchment area which get into the final 50. If you go to one of the following schools: Cartmel (Primary & Priory), Grange, Allithwaite, Flookburgh, Lindale or Leven Valley then you’re eligible to enter. For full competition rules, details, deadlines etc just pop BBC Radio 2 500 words in your search engine. If you haven’t had a go before why not make this year you do? What are you waiting for? Get writing. And have fun.

Flookburgh Primary Our Spring term has gotten off to a rather unusual start! Staff, children and some parents of Flookburgh CE Primary School spent their Christmas holiday being photographed reading in unusual places. This is a part of the school’s development plan to enhance reading within school as well as to encourage reading for pleasure. Our children now know that this can take place anywhere


and everywhere! Some places included: up a tree; in a dog basket; in a wheelbarrow and in a running shower! Emma Nelson, a pupil in Year 5 said: “I enjoyed doing the reading challenge because it was fun and exciting but embarrassing as well. Lots of people from our school have their photos on the wall.” This term, we are exploring two new themes. By delving into the Christian Value of Hope, our children are understanding that hopes are not just about gaining things for ourselves, but have wider implications of self-

Grange Primary It was great to welcome our new nursery children back in January and all are settling well. If you wish to have a look around our Nursery then please get in touch and arrange an appointment or watch out for our open mornings. Our Year 1 children were fortunate to go to Cartmel Priory School on 18th January for an afternoon of Multiskills led by CPS students. They practised ball skills, balancing, relays and improving control and accuracy and a great afternoon was enjoyed by all. Some of our KS2 children enjoyed a trip to Casterton Prep School to take part in Cross Country in very muddy conditions – great sportsmanship shown by all and we were pleased that one of our runners has now been selected to trial for Cumbria! Our Rotakids hosted an ICT and iPad afternoon on 8th January for the Grange Rotary Club who were invited to come and join us to learn more about how technology is used in school. The children were very eager to share their ICT skills and plan to hold another event to show the Rotary members how they can use their ipads at home.

Looking for budding young poets improvement and seeing benefits in others and the wider world. To launch this term’s learning theme of ‘Innovation, Ingenuity and Inspiration’, the whole school is about to venture off to seek inspiration at Grange Fell Allotments. No doubt we will come back eager to get gardening. More news about this trip next month!

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Young poets throughout Cumbria are asked to write about “Deep Waters” to celebrate World Heritage status for the Lake District. It’s the theme for this year’s Wordsworth Young Poets competition organised by the family of Britain’s greatest poet who lived at Rydal Mount near Ambleside. It is open to all young people of school age in the county.


Acorn Montessori The children at Acorn Montessori returned to school after an enjoyable Christmas Break to a very exciting new development.

The children have all settled back into nursery really well, and we welcome our new starters. We’ve been looking at cold weather and climates, the children have been very busy making a penguin display. We’re having a lots of fun in the mud kitchen, making pirate pies and puddings, this then progressed onto making a pirate ship, and doing mark making treasure maps and flags.

Two wonderful ladies, Ro and Debs from Wood Matters, came to build a Willow Tunnel in the outdoor play area. The children were told why willow had been chosen to make the tunnel and how it grows. They then helped to plant the canes and watched with amazement as the ladies wove the canes

together to create a beautiful lattice construction for them to play in. They learnt that tunnel will become a living structure, that in the Spring, shoots will appear and their tunnel will turn green, transforming it into a more secretive space for their play.

Lindale Primary and Pre-School Nursery

Preparing for the future Whilst achieving excellent exam results ensures many of our students achieve future success, it is essential that every student is also equipped with the skills, attitudes and understanding to be successful.

This week we’re making play dough snowmen, welly print snowmen and investigating ice.

In school our early years class have also been investigating the cold which has included making freezing fruit shakes, inventing snowmen games and making our own white paint. It’s amazing seeing the children motivated to try and succeed whilst following their own interests.

In Years 1 and 2 this half-term the children are working on a North America topic. We are looking at globes and satellite images to find out about the

The winner, as judged by members of the Wordsworth family, will receive a £50 cash prize, a personal trophy, and his or her name will be added to the roll of honour on the plaque at Rydal Mount. Each entrant also receives a certificate signed by the descendants of William Wordsworth. Closing date for entries is Friday March 22, and an award ceremony will be held at Rydal Mount after the Easter holidays when the winner will be announced. Entry forms can be found at:

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geography of the continent. Already we have done some fantastic pencil drawings of man-made landmarks in the USA and will be creating collages next. Much of the learning in Years 3-6 is linked to their exciting topic, ‘The amazing America’s. They are all taking part in the Ulverston dance platform with an energetic and colourful dance based on Brazil. They are also practising hard for Young

Voices at Manchester Arena. We have been busy with sports events. Congratulations to Harvey Shaw who came second in the recent South Lakes cross country competition at Casterton School. In our assemblies this term, we are thinking about Respect and Responsibility. The photo shows some of Years 3-6 working on their dance choreography for the forthcoming dance platform.

Cartmel Primary Children at Cartmel CE Primary School have been getting creative in lots of different ways at the start of the Spring Term. Pupils throughout the school have been learning the art of willow weaving with the help of experts at Kendal-based Woodmatters. They are already enjoying the results of their work with the creation of a willow tunnel in our outdoor area, giving younger children a fun new place to play. We will be further enhancing the area with a new greenhouse and improvements to our garden with the help

of Cartmel restaurant L’Enclume. We may soon be the only school in the country to boast a Michelinstarred vegetable garden! A group of children have meanwhile been rehearsing with the Cartmel Priory Choir for not one but two musicals, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Captain Noah and His Floating Zoo, staged at the end of January.

There are many different pathways which our students take when they leave school, both academic and vocational. A broad range of activities take place, therefore, at Cartmel Priory School to ensure students can make an informed and appropriate decision about their next steps post-16 including:• enterprise activities, eg forming a company, creating a product and compiling a marketing strategy; • Y10 individual mock interviews with professionals from a wide range of organisations, including compiling a letter of application and CV, withrelated feedback; • Work related learning opportunities,eg NHS careers, BAE visits etc; • Post-16 pathways taster day; • Year 10/11 Careers Fair every Autumn sharing details of further education, apprenticeship and career opportunities by 6th Forms, FE colleges, specialist local providers and companies, the NHS and Armed Forces; • careers presentations and assemblies with employers and post-16 providers; • individual meetings with an Independent Guidance Advisor to discuss preferred career options; • targeted lessons via the PSHE curriculum in Years 7-11; • comprehensive careers library. Students have gone onto succeed in many varied places and careers;examples include medicine, architecture, veterinary, law, mechanical engineering and also talented chefs and actresses (one recently performing in Coronation Street!) to mechanics, hairdressers and electricians. We are proud of them all.

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There are lots of clubs in the area for those of you who would like to be a bit more active this year Lower Holker Bowling Club

Lower Holker Bowling Club are holding their enrolment day on Saturday 17th February from 2 4pm. New and existing members are all welcome to come along. If you haven’t bowled before and would like to have a try bowls are available. Please contact Allan on 015395 58918. Allithwaite Bowling Club

‘Signing On Day’ – Saturday 3rd March 10.00am to 12.00noon

Last season was very successful, both in terms of the individual teams, new members joining and overall members enjoyment as part of the club’s social events, friendly matches and annual charity day.

The club is aiming for the 2018 season to be even better! The club welcomes players from novice beginner (free coaching available), to the more seasoned player.

So, if it is a gentle outdoor activity, coupled with fun and friendship, that you are looking for in 2018, then why not come along and join us? You will be assured of a warm welcome. Cost of annual membership is only £16.00. For further information do not hesitate to contact: Club secretary, Gillian Yates on 015398 24203 Grange-over-Sands Golf Club

Happy New Year to all our members and friends, we hope 2018 is a good year for us all.

Our Quiz nights continue to be a success as we welcome members and visitors to these fun evenings. The Fixture lists of all our golfing events has now gone to print and will be available very soon. Our new Captains’, Sean Munsie is the Gents Captain and Dot Macaulay is the Lady Captain for 2018 and they are looking forward to enjoying their year in office. We will be holding Membership Draw towards the end of March for free

membership for 2018, the tickets are only £2 per go so if you fancy becoming a member come down and buy a ticket. We are now taking bookings for our Open competitions, Gents, Senior Gents, Ladies and Mixed which can be booked via our website or by calling in at the golf club. Grange Fell Golf Club

Considering all the recent wet weather course looking in excellent condition. Competition season starts on Sunday 25th March with the Gents Captains drive and Ladies on Tuesday 3rd April. The club are hosting Charity Golf Days for Playdale (Haverthwaite) on Friday 9th June and for Grange Lions on Friday 10th August. The club is also running two Open’s - a team event on Friday 5th May and a ‘Pairs’ in September on Friday 7th. More details can be found on the club’s website. On the social side, we are holding a Darts Open Competition on Saturday 3rd March from 12.30 pm. To enter ring 07976 720 156 cost is £5. Gents Captain is holding a charity night on Friday 6th April when local bands Rusty Bullets and Underdogs will be playing. Tickets cost £5 details from 07703173367. Tribute nights planned are Adele in April and Rod Stewart in November. See our Membership offer leaflet that is enclosed in this edition, and come and join and enjoy our challenging course with exceptional views over Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland Fells. North Lonsdale Tennis Club

As I sit here fearing the wind may borrow my roof and trying to convince myself that the days are slightly longer, I have been thinking how I can persuade you to try tennis with North Lonsdale Tennis club….

Would it be the fantastic 3G court surface or the ability to play upto 10pm at night under floodlights, maybe it’s the fresh air and the location at the start of the famous Grange over Sands promenade. Maybe competition is your thing and the opportunity to play against teams in the local area. Is the gym not really happening for you and possibly hitting a ball a little more interesting?

Lower Holker W.I.

We had no official meeting in January, but we did meet at our local Garden Centre Cafe for a informal business meeting followed by an excellent lunch.

Our next meeting in February will be on Wednesday 7th. Will members PLEASE NOTE the new starting time of 1pm, when our speaker will be talking about “Pennies for Friendship”. Cartmel Young Farmers

2018 has started and we are full speed ahead. This month we have been to the climbing wall at Kendal, had a talk from our sponsor, ‘Unsworth’s brewery’ and been for a sports night at Ulverston astroturf. We are also starting to prepare for this year’s upcoming events. The annual young farmers field day being the first. This is where members put everything they learn throughout the year to the test


What about wanting to try a sport which isn’t expensive (the club minimises membership fees by keeping costs low and once joined you can play as much as you like for free so long as courts are available)? Maybe you want to meet people? Are you new to the area? (we were when we joined) or possibly something else? If you do want to know more about tennis in Grange over Sands then please visit our website http://www. it would be great to see you! I will put my big coat on. Allithwaite Running Club If you’re in the London Marathon, training should be well under way. But what if you just thought of getting out and fitter? There’s still the opportunity to get out running with Allithwaite Running Club. Although the nights are still dark, the club head torches have helped illuminate paths for quite a few people recently; whilst we’ve had a fantastic increase in runners joining us recently, lots of people joined us between spring and autumn last year. You’re always welcome! Great results from every runner in our annual January ‘Sands chase’, where each person sets off at a time they think they’ll need to run a 6 mile course around Grange to arrive back at midday. Without fail, everyone underestimated their time and fitness as a result of running with us last year, some by a considerable margin. We’ve seen some wonderful improvements in everyone’s running, whether aiming to knock a couple of minutes off a half marathon time, building stamina to run up our many hills, or even seeking encouragement for an ultra. We aim to run at a pace which matches everyone’s needs, so faster runners ‘loop’ around to encourage those at a slower pace. Contact us via Facebook or or Flookburgh Walking For Health Volunteer walk leaders needed for Flookburgh Walking for Health. Full training given. Contact Rhona on 015395 58636

with competitions ranging from flower arranging, cookery, stock judging to tug of war. The other big event we are hosting this year is a family fun day. Please see main paper for full article with all the details. February dates and topics: 1st - General Meeting at Flookburgh village hall. (Charity fun day discussion); 8th – Stock Judging; 14th - NFU Talk; 21st – Stock Judging; 28th - General meeting at Flookburgh village hall. If you are interested in joining young farmers, have a child 11+ or would like to know more about what we do please contact us: Jade:07531101557. Flookburgh Village Hall Bonus ball winners: 6th Jan (no 50) Margaret Morris; 30th Dec (no 34) Annie Miller; 23rd Dec (no 41) Barry Dawson; 16th Dec (no 14) Helen Proctor.

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We at Flookburgh village hall would like to welcome in 2018 with our newly decorated hall. By the time you read this Wayne Dawson (decorators) will have completed the painting etc. The main hall, stairs and passages will all be transformed.

We wish to thank Grange Co-op and all who used their co-op cards for their magnificent donation which has made this possible. Thanks must also go to all who supported us throughout the year.

As from 19th Jan (first library club) everything will be back to normal: Tai Chi, over 60’s, band, youth club, dancers, WI, Mothers Union, coffee mornings, Parish Council and parties will all benefit from the alterations . The hall has an open invitation to anyone wishing to inspect its amenities.

For bookings please contact: Barry on 015395 59075 or 07989 596141 . St Mary’s Hospice Friendship & Support Group

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. Grange Soroptimists

The club enjoyed their Christmas party at the Hampsfield House hotel and welcomed three new linked members during the evening. Members are looking forward to events this year including a Burns night Singing for Memory on Thursday mornings at Allithwaite Community Centre continues. If you or someone you know has problems with memory, dementia or problems with speech why not consider attending. It’s an opportunity to sing and socialise in a relaxed environment. Ring Janice 58001 or Isabel 36378 for further information and to book.

The club continues to welcome new members and we are delighted our new members who joined this year are enjoying participating in our projects and social activities. Anyone interested in joining the club or getting further information on events or our work/ Singing for Memory sessions see our website grange-over-sands/ Witherslack WI

Caroline Blee presided at a well attended meeting with 3 visitors.The Resolutions were voted on.It was suggested that, as a fundraiser, members might bring good quality unwanted accessories eg scarves, handbags, jewellery and hats for a “sales” table.

Joint winners of the annual competition were Jean Mallinson, Jacky Ratcliffe and Jean Hudson.The next meeting will consist of demonstrations of different crafts by four members.

The speaker, Philip Caine, told us about his adventurous life from catering college in Barrow to building accommodation blocks for 30,000 men for the US army in Baghdad. Along the way he worked as a chef in various hotels and on the North Sea Oil Rigs.He had 18 months in Algeria, 3 years in Nigeria, 4 years in Kazakhstan building accommodation blocks. He went broke after a Scottish venture failed. He was next in Baghdad for 2 years and paid off his debts. Dubai beckoned and wife Sandra came too.Two years then back to Barrow. He now writes books and has had five published.


Please remember: our limit for society reports is 200 words, to ensure everyone gets in. Allithwaite & Cartmel WI

In the first meeting of the New Year members enjoyed a talk given by Colin Milner on ‘Morse’s Oxford’. The pictures of the colleges, buildings, fascinating old streets invoked memories of the popular tv series although we were assured that Oxford really doesn’t have that many murders. It also brought back memories for several members who had lived and worked in the city at some stage in their lives. The speaker at the next meeting on February 6th is Julia Hoggard who will be giving a talk called, ‘The Beekeeping Year.’

New members welcome, contact Carol Lamb 015395 32876 or Wendy Graham 015395 32702 Grange Lecture Society

On 9th January Christine Robinson, recently retired Head Housekeeper at Chatsworth House, gave an illustrated lecture entitled ‘The Housekeeper’s Tale’. In her highly entertaining and informative talk she spoke about her family’s connection with the Chatsworth estate dating back into the 19th Century and her own personal involvement with Chatsworth and the Cavendish family over forty years. She described the layout of the house and the estate, touched on the history (including the 1st Duke), and took her audience behind the scenes with the day-to-day care of the house and the extensive cleaning that went on during the winter closed period, (delicate work where the antique porcelain and the chandelier in the Great Dining Room were concerned). She remembered the spectacular parties held there and poignantly recalled her close association with Deborah, the 11th Duchess, and how caring and hands-on she, the 11th Duke and their son the 12th Duke were in the running of the estate and in receiving visitors. On 6th February architectural historian Jon Cannon talks about English medieval cathedrals, and on 13th February Brian Wilson’s subject is ‘Barrow’s Boys and Other Polar Explorers’. The lectures begin at 7.15pm in the Victoria Hall. Cartmel & District Flower Club

Cartmel and District Flower Club held their Annual Lunch at the Grange Hotel on Monday 15th January 2018. The delicious meal was well attended by members, who were then entertained by an excellent speaker, Victor Hindle. The next meeting of the Flower Club is at 2pm on Monday 19th February 2018 at Cartmel Village Hall where the demonstrator will be Norma Halpin. Subscriptions will be due at this meeting, which will be very busy, so members are please asked to arrive in good time. For further information on the Club please contact the Secretary, Dianne Cameron 015395 32319. Grange Probus Club

Grange Probus Club enjoyed an informative talk from Diane Hewitt on the National Gardens Scheme, where private gardens are opened to the public. Diane is the NGS county organiser for Cumbria and she explained the origin of the scheme in the 1920s to raise funds for pre-NHS Health Visitors. Cumbria has an extensive annual programme of open gardens and raised £62,000 in 2017. The £3 million raised nationally by NGS provides donations of up to £500,000 each to charities such as MacMillan Cancer Care, Marie Curie, Hospices UK and various bursaries. The club’s next meeting will be held on Monday, February 12th at 10.30am in the Netherwood Hotel, when Lynn Matthews will talk about “Dogs

for Good”. Visitors are welcome and their £5 entry includes refreshments. Grange Probus meets monthly on the second Monday morning at the Netherwood Hotel and welcomes retired men and women as new members. Contact Secretary Sean Jameson on 015395 32105 for information on membership and events. Mothers & Others

9th January - We began the New Year with a Beetle Drive. This was followed by a hot pot supper prepared by Fish over Chips. A very enjoyable evening. 23rd January - Members celebrated at a New Year Dinner at the Cumbria Grand Hotel. Grange Garden Society

The Society will hold its monthly meeting on Friday 16th February at 2.00pm in the URC Hall, Kents Bank Road. Our speaker, Pat Murphy, a member of Holehird Garden committee will give an illustrated talk on Snowdrops, in which, together with other plant species, she has a special interest.

Members are invited to bring along any interesting, attractive or problem plants for our display table which may be viewed whilst refreshments are enjoyed. Visitors are always welcome. Allithwaite Playing Fields

Everyone welcome please join us on Saturday 3rd February at our Dance and Social Evening with Ian Midgely 8pm 10.30pm. Admission £5.00 including tea and cake. 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 Forum

Iceland in Winter A cold picture was painted by David Bibby, a true lover of this country. He took us on a journey from Reykjavik to places of dramatic scenery, with geysers and glaciers on the menu. His photos of Iceland, which included the grandeur of the Northern Lights, were first class. Windermere’s Lakes Shore Villas.

This talk by Diana Matthews was a historic cornucopia of grand houses and estates dating back to the 1700’s. We were informed of the costs of building such houses and the great personages behind, for example, Brathay Hall, Wray Castle, Langdale Chase, Belle Island On Windermere, etc. Diana’s knowledge and insight into the many families involved was thorough and entertaining.

May we remind you of our future programme including a Manchester trip to enjoy Miss Saigon on Thursday 5th April; this is a matinee at 2.30pm. Also our Summer Outing to Powis Castle on Thursday 28th June. Enquiries to Ann Anderson on 015395 33696. We have booked Afternoon Tea at No 17 Milnthorpe for Thursday 10th May. Enquiries and Booking Forms from Philip Walker on 015395 33256. Membership enquiries: Paul Ramsden 015395 36547. Abbot Hall on Tuesdays at 10.15am or as otherwise stated. Grange Rotary

After the goodwill and happiness that represents Christmas, we sadly have to report that the Rotary Wishing Well Charity Collection facility on the promenade was broken into, vandalised and its contents stolen. This

was not an isolated incident as various Charity Collection Boxes, including our own, scattered around the town’s shops, have also been stolen by,it is suspected, the same feckless criminal.

On 8 January members visited Grange Primary School for computer lessons from our RotaKids.They came back with tales of how smart and savvy these youngsters are ,interacting as they do regularly, with their peers far and wide across the globe. On 10 January a Frugal Lunch was hosted by Nigel and Celia McCulloch, at which a fine broth with accompanying fresh breads, was enjoyed by about 20 members, the event raising £200 for charity.

Long standing member and twice President Tony Varley, Senior Partner at the Aynsome Manor Hotel,Cartmel,enthralled the audience with his life story in catering and hotel management. He originally planned to be a dentist, but had no regrets about opting for his plan B, which included spells in Blackpool, Southport, Ashby-de -la Zouch, Scotland and Glenridding on Ullswater, closer to home. Newton & Field Broughton WI

At the January Meeting we discussed the resolutions for 2018, the members started with a quiz to see what their knowledge was as to this years 5 topics for voting, Sue Needham gave out the proposals for each resolution and arguments for and against each one. Votes were taken we await been advised as to which resolutions will go forward for debate at the May meeting. Enid and Stella gave an interesting talk on what goes on behind the scenes in preparation for the Westmorland Show and to finish 3 members performed a light hearted sketch as County Chair, WI President and member of WI which caused much laughter amongst the members. Next months meeting at Lindale Village Hall on the 14th February at 7 30pm will be a talk on An Accidental Archaeologist by Claire Asplin. New members welcome. Grange WI

2018 is a significant year for women. In 1918 after a long campaign for suffrage, some women over 30 got the right to vote for the first time. Many of the suffragettes were active in the new WI movement and 1918 saw the first WI Resolution – the beginning of a 100 years of WI campaigns. So if you are feeling inspired and want to join the WI – this could be one of the best years to do so. Our local branch in Grange is really starting to develop and grow. In addition to our monthly meetings we have lots of outings and social events. Our craft team will be gearing up for the summer shows and we now have a group of knitters who meet regularly and are currently knitting garments for a charity called ‘Knitting for Peace. Our programme for 2018 is on display in the Library and it offers a varied

series of talks and events. In February local music guru – John Iveson – will be entertaining us with stories from his life and career in music. If you are interested in coming to a meeting please contact Margaret on 36735 for more details. Lower Holker Village Hall

January 200 Club: 1st £40.00 192 Alan Oldcorn, 2nd £25.00 122 Sydney Butterworth, 3rd £15.00 145 Simon Nixon, 4th £10.00 194 Don Wylie.

Christmas Bingo made £980.89 for Hall funds. Excellent turnout and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. At AGM on 11th January following elected: Chairman - P Jenkison, Secretary - R Barton, Treasurer - K Lennox. Our next quiz is on Thursday 1st February 2018. Doors open 7pm for 7.30 start. Hot supper and raffle. Table Top Sale on Saturday 7th April! Tables cost £5.00 each. To book ring Rhona on 015395 58636

Ulverston Victoria High School Swing Band Saturday 21st April 2018. Tickets £7.00. Raffle on the night. Ring Rhona for tickets as above.

Thursday is Table Tennis and Badminton Day. Table Tennis from 9am to 9pm. Badminton from 9am to 2pm and 3.30pm to 9pm. For February only Badminton and Table Tennis are Absolutely Free!! For playing on other days contact the Hall. Bring own equipment for Badminton. Hall number is 015395 58304 for enquiries. Plenty of free parking/disabled access. We have rooms available For Hire at a reasonable price. Follow us on Facebook: Lowerholkervillagehall Grange Lions

We duly completed our sleigh programme and in general the weather was kind to us. We raised over £1,100 which we will be donating to local organisations over the next couple of months. During 2017 we raised just short of £8,000 which we donated to various organisations. Almost half went to organisations in Cumbria and within our local area, and we were able to respond to appeals from our international body, the Lions Clubs International Foundation, to funds for disasters round the world and at Grenfell Tower. We also provided support for young persons undertaking educational trips abroad and to others who needed specialist equipment owing to serious ill health. Finally, we provided funds for the education of orphaned children in Kenya and supported the Boxes of Hope programme.

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. We also have a Friends group who support us and follow our activities. Please call me, Lion Dave Stubbins, on 07807 836591 for more information.


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Group are keen to help As has been well-documented in this paper, Victoria Hall will lose its funding from South Lakeland District Council (SLDC) as of next year. To help make up this shortfall, a friends group has been set up to help raise funds to cover the shortfall.

The entirely voluntary group has put on several very successful events and is running monthly and weekly events on an ongoing basis. However, they are keen to point out that they are here to help anyone who would like to put on an event but isn’t sure how. A spokesperson for the group told Grange Now: “‘Support’ in our title means we can help with some things that event organisers can’t do, or would find difficult. We don’t just shuffle papers, stand back, and watch others do work to create their events in the Hall. We are able, willing, and keen to help. Please just ask. “For example, we can look after: ticket sales; seating/table arrangements; front-of-house services; refreshments;

hot/cold meals/suppers, bar provision, including staffing, stocking, and sales; clearing-up, including washing-up. We operate as a community service, and our input is staffed by VHSG-member volunteers and costs nothing. “The VHSG Committee will consider applications for financial help; money from any event that goes to the VHSG funds is agreed beforehand, and every penny goes into the Victoria Hall.

“So, if you are thinking about any sort of event, but organising it is putting you off, please have a chat with Sally Haines in the Grange Information Centre (015395 34026). Sally knows it all, including what the VHSG can do for you. If you want to see us in action, come along to the February event. Unfortunately, the film night scheduled for 16th February has had to be cancelled due to Copyright problems but Bingo on the 20th will be going ahead as planned.” Details of forthcoming events can be found in the Victoria Hall column on the What’s On page.

Where’s Boris? Tom Ross, volunteer carer of the duck pond in Grange, has contacted Grange Now with some very sad news. He said, “It is with great sadness that I have to announce that Boris, the male Muscovy

duck, passed peacefully away on Saturday 9th December. He can no longer be seen strutting

his stuff around the pond.” Tom went on to say that this has left Boris’ companion Doris on her own and she appears to be lonely. He would like to put out an appeal for a new companion, preferably another female Muscovy duck. If you can help, please contact Tom on 07531 137971. Rest in Peace Boris.

Dear Editor, Most of us will have recently read of the serious problems encountered by seaside towns with the feeding of seagulls. Towns around the country have had to resort to legislation and substantial fines in order to curb the problems. Seagulls have been attacking and injuring both people and animals. Additionally, they bring huge problems with dirt and disease.

The droppings are known to contaminate food and water when a diseased bird defecates into a human food or water source. Besides direct contamination, airborne spores from drying faeces in air ducts and vents can settle on exposed food and transfer disease. Several thousand cases of food poisoning (salmonella) every year are attributed to this form of disease transmission. If you are concerned at this and the health problems that will undoubtedly follow I would urge you to write to the Council, before this unseemly practice gets out of hand. Name and address supplied

Dear Editor, A thought for the New Year!

Wouldn’t it be great if Grange had a small mini bus to operate round and about the town? To pick up and down when and where we need it. We would have to pay for it but we could keep our independence. I believe it is almost impossible to book a taxi for short journeys. The medical centre is too far for many to reach without transport and the local bus is inconvenient and infrequent. We rely on the Community Car Scheme and the goodwill of the volunteers. What would we do without them? We miss Kenny on a daily basis since his retirement and Jim Brodie has now also retired. He will also be missed after so many years of carrying us around Grange. Maybe we should consider modern technology, make history and go for a driverless taxi! Be careful what you wish for! Jane P Mort

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Dear Editor, On behalf of Jigsaw Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice we would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to our Grange & District Lions for their very generous donation of £750, which they presented to us at their annual presentation evening on Wednesday 15th November at the Father Magna rooms in Grange. Other charities were also blessed with donations and we were all treated to a wonderful evening of fun, delicious food and fellowship (not mentioning the ‘mind blowing’ quiz)! We are so thankful to the Lions for also raising the awareness of this special JIGSAW, the only

children’s hospice in Cumbria, which not only offers support to children and young people with life limiting conditions, but also helps the families with the medical and emotional challenges that a life threatening illness can bring, helping them to make the most of life.

The Lions work tirelessly through the year raising money for many charitable organisations and we are so grateful to them all, for their loving dedication for others. So thanks again our lovely lions for being who you are and what you do!

Reg and Barbara Brown, Fundraisers JIGSAW Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice

Dear Editor, All my life I have been overweight and tried every diet going and the time I was most successful was when I did a sponsored slim for charity. From 4th January to 4th July I want to lose at least 2 stone. Please sponsor me to encourage me and to raise funds for Victoria Hall. We need to keep this hall open for the Grange community.

Please contact me at Past & Present or on 07543 696677 to sponsor me. Sponsorship form also available at U3A monthly meeting. Linda from Past & Present

Dear Editor SLDC is running a consultation on the latest version of Grange-overSands’ Neighbourhood Plan.

Sections 3.5 and 5.19 deal with drainage and flooding. They include welcome additions about drainage problems but still have key omissions. For instance,the cause of these problems is the unique combination of:natural drainage channels in the underlying limestone, local topography, the coastal railway embankment preventing surface rainwater run-off from flowing into Morecambe Bay, and the lack of spare capacity in our Victorian combined sewer. This information needs to be added as does a requirement for comprehensive hydrological surveys to confirm that future developments, on allocated land, will not cause, or exacerbate flooding. Section 5.1 deals with transport and accessibility but it does not

mention the need to improve traffic flow in the centre of Grange-overSands. Why? Consideration of a one-way system and/or imposition of a weight/width restrictions for through traffic have the potential to improve traffic flow and parkingandought to be in the Plan. Residents have fought for the reinstatement of Berners bridge (a Right of Way)but it is not mentioned in our Neighbourhood Plan. A recent report to SLDC identified its reinstatement as necessary for the success of any lido project. Why has it been left out?

If you agree that the plan would be improved by addressing these, or other omissions,please submit your comments to SLDC by 5 pm, 22 February 2018. This is important because our Neighbourhood Plan will be used to inform future Grange-over-Sands’ planning decisions. Yours faithfully, Valerie Kennedy

Dear Editor, Thank you to everyone who bought a “Countries of the World” quiz in aid of my Girlguiding Cumbria South trip to Romania in Summer 2018.

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Please apply in writing, providing CV or background details, by the 15th February to: Jillian Rouse Head of Visitor Services Holker Hall, Cark in Cartmel, Grange over Sands LA11 7PL Or email

PAINTING CONTRACT One of South Lakelands most important listed Monuments The Wilkinson Monument in Lindale requires re-painting. Interested contractors please contact Mrs D Cowperthwaite Clerk to Allithwaite Upper Parish Council to express your interest and obtain specification details by 28/02/2018

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Recruiting! OPEN DAY Friday 9 February and Saturday 10 February 12pm – 6pm Lakeland Leisure Park, Flookburgh, LA11 7LT

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Comfortable, well-maintained, fully furnished Grange holiday apartments providing a pleasant place to stay during your house move or whilst re-furbishing your own home at low Winter rates. Please ring 015395 34196 to discuss details.


FOR HANDS ON ASSISTANCE with accounts, Self Assessment and VAT. Locally. Call 015395 58916. ANTHONY CLYNES ACCOUNTANTS Accounts, Self Assessment, PAYE/ wages, Bookkeeping/VAT, Personal friendly service - Contact Tony 07778 485 475 (Grange) Winster Accountancy Services Ltd A complete service for all your accountancy & taxation needs Phone: 07931 122 849 Email:


FREELANCE ADMIN SUPPORT Business / Financial Administration, Debt Recovery / Credit Control Reception / Front Of House Cover for employee absence, short notice, projects or regular contracts. T: 07375 768 739 E:


LOCAL TEACHER, 30 years experience, phone Michael 015395 31781 E-mail (Home visits available)


ROGER ARMSTRONG ARCHITECT, Lindale. Design / Property Advice / Applications. Tel 015395 34314.


PLANS DRAWN New Build, Extensions, etc. Stuart McMinn BSc HND ABEng. Tel: Holme 01524 781081 Mob 07729 845147. DRAWINGS FOR EXTENSIONS, loft conversions, new builds etc. Phone B.J. Walker F.T.C. Building Science. 015395 52211.


Bathroom Installations by Paul Tilley Full or part installation service available. Tiling. Accessible bathrooms installed. Local, professional, friendly service iKBBi registered Tel Paul Tilley 07799 388 998


DAISYROOTS BOOKS Collectable and contemporary books. Main Street, Grange. Open Mon-Sat 9:30 – 4.30. 015395 38817 JABBERWOCKY BOOKS - PBFA MEMBER. Antiquarian and modern books bought also photographs, manuscripts etc. WILL TRAVEL TO VIEW. Please contact 015395 35125 (Allithwaite)

BUILDERS / MAINTENANCE A B WILSON & SON Over 35 years experience in building, roofing, joinery and general maintenance Also custom made decking, sheds, wood stores and summerhouses. All jobs considered. No job too small. Contact Adrian on (015395) 58412 or 07904 119535

To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453


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Bay Home Care Family run provider of home care services. Delivering high quality individual care and support to help Adults maintain independence within their own homes. We are fully registered with the CQC and bring together over 20 years combined experience within the care sector to support our community. If you are looking for friendly, experienced and consistent care, delivered at a pace that suits you, please contact Phil or Sarah on 015395 34987 or visit us at HEYDAYS CARE & SUPPORT SERVICES We go that extra mile. Providing the highest standard of care and support, helping you to maintain your independence in the comfort of your own home. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission, Cumbria County Council, & Primary Care Trust. Visit us at or contact Dawn or Kelly on 015395 52548 PRIVATE CARER Caring for you in the comfort of your own home. 25 years experience. Fully insured. Please contact Jayne. 07748 533 668 or 015395 58221


CHIROPODY CLINIC Milnthorpe. Ground floor clinic/parking available, Bridge End Business Park, Park Road, Milnthrope. HCPC registered/ degree in Podiatric Medicine. Over 20 years NHS/private experience. 015395 64303 Dr Anders - Podiatrist. Expert treatment and advice for all foot problems. Dr Judith Anders PhD is a highly trained degree qualified Podiatrist with over 20yrs experience. Tel: 07584 301653.


CLEANER. Quality cleaning and laundry services. Reasonable rates. Hours available. Call Joan on 0770 622 1466 / 07979 127 318 or e-mail Hazel Lowery Domestic Technician. 015395 58965 email: Professional Cleaner. Covering all areas of cleaning. Kinga 07568 549 035.


Regular, builders, spring cleans, Holiday change overs, End of Tenancy


Home Delivery Carpets Ltd Outlets in Grange, Kendal, Ambleside & Barrow Tel: 07905 687 672


CARPET CLEANING UNLIMITED and upholstery too. Give Peter Jewell a ring on 01229 885685. Member of the National Carpet Cleaners Association. ULVERCLEAN Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Specialists. For a true deep clean contact Lee Grundy on 01229 586703 Champion Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Grange over Sands call 015395 62390


GOING ON HOLIDAY? Hospital Stay? Last Minute Departure? Whatever the reason I will take care of your cat(s) in their own home in your absence. Fully insured and excellent references. Kennel Maids Professional Pet Care. 015395 52099. 0776 176 7344 WWW.P4WS.CO.UK


CUMBRIA KITCHEN for all your catering needs Canapés, buffets, dinner parties, food for the freezer Contact Sarah on 07852 293 009

CHIMNEY SWEEP ROB CHAMBERS All types of chimneys and flues Member of the National Association of Chimney Sweeps HETAS Approved. Fully Insured Tel: 01229 588025 Mobile: 07881 921529 ANDREW BACKHOUSE CHIMNEY SWEEP LTD 25 years of quality workmanship in your area Trading Standards Approved 015394 45117 or 07763 145 594 MJ SWEEPING Chimney Sweep. Fully insured. Member of the National Association of Chimney Sweeps. Allithwaite, Grange over Sands. 015395 32587


SUE LAWTON (S.R.Ch,D.Pod.M,M.Ch.S) HCPC Registered Chiropodist. Registered & qualified for 27 years. Home visits covering Grange, Ulverston & surrounding area. 015395 83625 DAVE HEMMINGS M.Inst.Ch.Pod. HCPC Registered. Home visits Grange & surrounding areas. 015395 35487 or 0773 644 8702

Helen 015395 35277 or

Professional cleaner has hours available. Cleaning, laundry, shopping, dog walking, tidying gardens. Call Veronica 07813 870 919 or email.


HANDYMAN SERVICES Clock, Barometer, Furniture Repair and restoration undertaken also minor domestic household repairs. No job too small. Tel: (015395) 33664 ask for Tim e-mail:


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 Fairweather Therapy, Child and Adult cognitive behavioural therapy. BABCP accredited. 07792 843 807. Counselling/EMDR Louise Tych, BACP Accredited 07775 610 480. Caring counselling in a warm, supportive atmosphere. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, NLP, The Journey. 25 years’ experience. Please call Hannah on 07747 155 781.


Curtains, Roman Blinds and soft furnishings made for you, also clothing alterations. Call Joanne Airey at Sew’n’Sew on 015395 34215


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. SPECIALIST IN RESCUE REHABILITATION & SOCIALISATION Wendy Senior - Kennel Maids 07761 767 344 WWW.P4WS.CO.UK SEE US ON FACEBOOK

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DOG BEHAVIOUR /TRAINING CONT CARTMEL CANINE CLUB Puppy & beginner dog training classes Cartmel Village Hall Wednesday evenings. Please contact Robert or Charlotte 07946 318264


Dog grooming business based in Kents Bank C&G qualified. Comprehensive grooming service. handstripping a speciality. Contact: Judith Mallinson, Professional Dog Groomer on 07914 644 852. 25% OFF FULL GROOMS COMPLETED IN JANUARY & FEBRUARY (T&C APPLY)




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, socialisation & puppy training. Fully Insured. Please call Katie - 07471 944500.

DOUBLE GLAZING WARDGROUP GLASS & GLAZING Transform your home with windows, doors & our Supalite Tiled Roof System 01229 811222 | glass


JOLLYMOSH DRESSMAKING clothing alterations, soft furnishings & curtain making. Large selection of fabrics available. Joanne on 58804 / 07850 087 099 or


LINDALE POST OFFICE. Offers available. Call in for details. Tel: 32231


GARDEN WALLS, FIELD WALLS, Stone Facing. Established 1997. Contact Neil Stanway 015395 31382 mob 07748 271078


ENGRAVING/TROPHIES Kendal Trophies 01539 740217


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


JM RESTORERS. Antique, Modern furniture, Porcelain, Paintings. Est 40 Years 015395 68915

To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453



SITTING PRETTY Antique traditional and modern furniture re-upholstered locally by time served craftswoman. 20 years experience. Lesley Fursey 01229 464607



GRANGE GARDENERS for GARDEN MAINTENANCE & DESIGN Extensive plant knowledge We maintain gardens all year round Call Michael Thornborough 015395 32118 mobile: 07796 674 861 FERNLEIGH GARDEN SERVICES all aspects of maintenance, lawn care, complete clearances, tidy ups, planting, tree work, painting, hedges, pressure washing, waste removed. College trained, call George 0779 686 7762 or 015395 35716


DJ DIXON OF GRANGE Gardens maintained to the highest standards, mowing, hedges, trees, pressure washing, overgrown gardens cleared - no job too big. Fully insured. For a high quality service with an outstanding reputation. Mobile: 0771 320 3609. GARDEN MAINTENANCE, grass/hedge cutting, weeding, pruning, treework, dry stone walling. James Hawksley Ltd Tel 07980 354 651 Professional, effective, experienced and reliable Gardening Services for larger gardens/ grounds. Small, large and difficult grass areas cut. Trees, hedges and shrubs beautifully pruned. Renovation projects undertaken. Call Hamish Foulerton. Tel 07747 788 370 or 01539 730501. COPELAND LANDSCAPES, stonewalling, patios, tree work, hedge cutting, fencing, etc. Established 1980. 01524 730 022 or 07815 955 961 M.T.HOWARTH Garden maintenance carried out to a high standard incl mowing, hedges, tree work, fencing and pressure washing. Overgrown gardens cleared and rubbish can be removed. All jobs considered large or small. HOME: 015395 32188 MOBILE: 0789 4737 069 Tree Stumps Removed Fully insured Professional Tree Stump Grinding Service GET A QUOTE ONLINE or call Will on 07983 373 724 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

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

Hedge trimming, General garden maintenance & Clearance. Also DIY. Local & Friendly. Call Simon on 07950 912 212 or 015395 34640. Paul - Small gardening works and winter clearing. Contact Paul on 07497 094 362. Paul Gibbons Grass cutting, Pruning, Weeding, Planting, Strimming, Leaf clearing 015395 58492 / 07908 843 714.


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.

HAIRDRESSER MICHELLE 34904 CHARLOTTE Mobile Hairdresser and Gel Nails. Grange 32989 or 07966 543223 Phillipa formally of Sweeney Bobs and Mrs Lovetts Cartmel, is now freelance for men’s and ladies home haircuts, colours and perms, visits available for nursing and care homes. Tel 07979 077 411 for an appointment. Michelle Breeze / Chez Michelle Salon or Mobile. Experienced Unisex Hairdresser in Allithwaite. Grange 33908 or 07791955476.

LADIES & GENTS HAIR AT HOME 25 Years experience in the Grange over Sands area. Contact Joanne 015395 35279 07717 836 926.

HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS THE ORIGINAL HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS PROFESSIONAL PET CARE SINCE 2000 KENNEL MAIDS Professional Home Boarding Dog Walking • Cat Care • Small Pets Pet Sitting • Doggy Day Care Fully licensed with SLDC Fully insured & Excellent References PLEASE NOTE We are not an agency or a franchise WE DO NOT BOARD OUT DOGS TO THIRD PARTIES We are mature professionals Having worked as a team for more than 10yrs We can provide fully checkable references and are highly recommended by our local Veterinary Practice Tel 015395 52099 Mobile 0776 176 7344 WWW.P4WS.CO.UK Beware of imitations. See us on Facebook

HOLIDAYS FOR DOGS No Kennels Or Cages Your Dog Lives As Part Of The Family Meet Your Sitter And Visit Their Home No Hidden Costs Or Extras 015395 28858 Follow us on Facebook


IRONING by Lisa 015395 35422 or 07976 512487


Mark Walmsley Building & Joinery


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.



Professional lady with 40yrs experience in all sectors, offers help at very reasonable rates: Office & Shop assistance. Moving house/decorating. Party/Wedding planning. Shopping/ companionship. Cooking/Hosting parties. Dog walking/House & Babysitting. General help in the home & supervising workman. In fact … help with anything! Please call Jules on 07956 529 900 or 015395 92807.


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


LOCKS EXPRESS the only Locksmiths based in Grange. 24 Hour Callout. All Lock Problems Solved. Locks Repaired & Fitted. Trading Standards Approved & Police (CRB) checked. Domestic & Commercial work. Eden Mount Road, Grange. Freephone 0800 783 1104. Mobile 07886 831336.

L A K E WO O D - Lock & Safe Co -

Meathop, Grange-over-Sands

Locksmith & Safe Engineer

Locks and safes, opened, supplied, repaired and fitted with over 30 years experience

Edward Lenihan 07407 192270

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

I’m your local, friendly handyman. Specialising in painting and decorating. Also DIY and general repairs around the home. All jobs considered. Call Simon on 07950 912 212 or 015395 34640.

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


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

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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 Eden Mount Road, Grange Freephone: 0800 783 1104 Mobile 07886 831336

Mark offers a complete Builder & Joinery service - Renovation - Extensions - Loft Conversions - Doors - Kitchens - Staircases - Windows -

Mark 32126


David Melling

T:015395 32840 M: 07817 939 971



FLAT ROOFS, Valley gutters, Balconies, Flooring, Building work & Paving. Tel: JR Ellwood Ltd., 015395 68306 / 07773 572 712


The next 6 week Introduction to Mindfulness Courses begin again in February / March. Learn to cope with a busy life and busy mind. Improve your mental and emotional well being. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions being held. £36 for 6 weeks. Also Gentle Mindful Yoga Tuesdays 7 - 8:30pm URC Hall, Thursdays 10 - 11:30am Victoria Hall, both £8 drop in or £36 for 6 weeks. Everybody and every mind welcome. For more details please contact Tracey on 015395 - 36170 or 07969-447545, spaciousminds@aol. com (Experienced, qualified and insured)


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. 1 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.

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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!”


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



TOWN & COUNTRY Pest Control Over 30 years experience. Most up to dates methods. 24 hour service. All aspects covered including Cluster flies. Wasps, Fleas. Rats, Mice, Moles. Tel. 015395 62795. Mob 07887 977 085.

Steele`s Removals ltd Local * National * International Secure Self- Storage 24hour access + Self-Drive Removal vans Storage facilities in Flookburgh 01229 820 777


R I C H A R D W YAT T P L U M B E R F r o m 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

STEVEN T WELSBY EST. 1979 Your Local Painter & Decorator City & Guilds Advanced Full Technology Certificate Fully Insured GRANGE OVER SANDS 015395 34499

TAYLOR Plumbing & Heating Engineers Gas Safe Registered Lindale Darren Taylor 07778 394 206

John Nottingham 34904

Lee Logan Ltd. Quality Painter & Decorator + Tiling. Reasonable rates. Tel: 07708 213079

Des Irwin,Red Painting and Decorating Grange over Sands . Experienced ,time served decorator available for all aspects of decorating.Competitive Prices . Please call for quotation 015395 36288 or 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 Or via Facebook J.R Dixon Painting & Decorating. Highly skilled and qualified painter and decorator with over 10 years experience. Covering all aspects of interior and exterior decorating. For a free quote contact: 07902 025 716 Local female painter for all your interior painting needs. Bespoke murals designed and painted for those special rooms. Kara Nicol: 07968 288 505 or via Facebook. G-O-S Painting & Decorating. Interior & Exterior work. Very competitive prices. Call 07810 717 450.


High Quality Interior Decorating & Paperhanging Farrow & Ball specialist 30 Years Experience 07774 209929

MB Designs Inside and outside Painting Wallpapering l Fully insured Quality work l Free quote & advice

01539 623239 or 07709 977 619


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



Lamberts Bathrooms, new bathroom suites supplied and fitted from just £995. Tel: 015395 34918 Mob: 07866 612 741. WARDGROUP PLUMBING & HEATING Gas safety checks and boiler servicing 01229 811222 | plumbing Universal Heating & Plumbing Gas Oil LPG Water Service Repair Install Ian: 07505 057 742


Porcelain, Ceramics, Paintings restored. JM RESTORERS. 015395 68915.


DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND ULVERCLEAN can now offer a true deep cleaning to those dingy looking areas. Contact Lee 01229 586703 or 07858 757 215 for free quotation.


BUILDING SERVICES stone facing, water mains and drainage. Pressure washing, painting. Free estimates, all work guaranteed. Call Martin Eland 015395 59472, mobile 07821 260 730.



26 ye EST


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Remote controlled Space saving Fully insulated Range of colours

01539 726364



Steve Robinson 07967 934 945 / 015395 59006




CALL DANIEL ON 07748 338 797


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. e-mail:


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24/ 7 Taxis (Promenade Taxis)

015395 63405 7 days a week taxi service 4,6 & 8 seater cars wheelchair access vehicles we do all work inc airports, stations, hospital/docs, shopping and tours. Accounts and Contracts available.


We make Bespoke top Quality Workshops, Cabins, Garden Offices & Pods. 07920 117 047


Garage For Rent, Fernhill Road Area. Tel: 015395 38800 or 07787 853 994.


Fully furnished office. Also has A1 usage Grange Over Sands £325 PCM 07891 854350 TREE SURGEON


Katie Shaw - Sports & Remedial Massage. Health/Fitness/Rehabilitation of Injuries/Improve Mobility/General Aches & Pains. @ Merlewood HPB 07792 844 290


Estate Cars 6-seater Hackney/Private hire. Local/Long Distance. John Keith owner/operator. Flookburgh based contact 07974 111543



MASSAGE and Craniosacral therapy for back, neck and shoulder pain. Meg Henderson 015395 36298 David Jackson (fellow sports and remedial therapist) Specialising in treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. 015395 83592


G E N E R A L / C A R AVA N / B O AT STORAGE. Lawler 34136.



Oak Beams & Salvaged Furniture & Architectural Items Bespoke Fireplace Mantles & Suites Reclaimed Timbers & Bespoke Commissions 07920 117 047

BRADLEY REEVE Landscaping, stone walling, patios. Tel: 015395 36938 or 07788 688427.


CALL DANIEL ON 07748 338 797

SITUATIONS VACANT PA R T- T I M E HOUSEKEEPER R E Q U I R E D two mornings per week for large, recently renovated, private country house to assist existing housekeeper. General household cleaning, to include some laundry and ironing. This position requires discretion and high standards, and the ability to work on your own initiative. Experience preferred. Hours of work to be discussed. Situated on the Holker Estate. Tel: 015395 59998 or Mbl: 07824 391 518.

OH TREE SERVICES - Qualified and insured arborists/tree surgeons. Please contact Oliver on: 015395 30756 or 07904 698 794


PIANO & THEORY TUITION. Experienced, patient teacher has vacancies for pupils of all ages, from beginners to Advanced. Contact Jean Kitchen ALCM. DipMus(OU). CT ABRSM. Tel 015395 35306 Primary mathematics tuition Early help leads to continued success. Retired Primary Headteacher and Ofsted inspector. Enhanced DBS. References available. Please contact 07717 848 080 for initial chat. John P Howarth ARMCM Teacher of piano, Clarinet, Theory, Jazz Improvisation. ABRSM exam coaching. 015394 42591. Vocal Training by Teacher/Performer. 45 plus years experience.Free your voice and enlarge your repertoire. Classical and Cross Over styles only. All ages and voice types. Venue just off Windermere village. Lorna Kelly 07393 377 538 or





repair & replacement double glazING 015395 32593 07971 698 541




Specialists in all aspects of roofing • Slating • Tiling • Pointing • Lead work • Flat roofing

• Chimney repairs • Fascias, Soffits • Guttering, cleaned and sealed

• Waterproofing • Insulation • Skylights • Balconies • Green Roofs • BBA Approved Products • Insurance Backed Warranties • 30 Years Experience. South Cumbria, North Lancs and M6 corridor We also offer • Thermographic Surveys • Consultancy • Condition Reports

Lakes Covering the South upvc in e nc rie Windermere: 01539 897points 892 25 years expe Years, Experience & Products have caps in the bullet to be consistent

Chris Shawcross

Replacement Double Glazing Units, Windows, Doors, Conservatories, Facia Boards & Gutters in uPVC. Free Estimates

Tel: 015395 58214 Mob: 0789 969 0259

To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453

01524 730666 or 07772 884690 •


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 WANTED

Wanted - TOOLS, gardening, joinery, engineering etc. Garages cleared. Tel 32793 Old suitcases, trunks, leather bags, wooden boxes, wooden tool boxes, wooden ladders, galvanised / enamel buckets, watering cans, old kitchenware, TG Green ‘blue and white’ Cornishware, Sewing machine cast iron stands Peter 07539 290 879 or Eight 45 gallon oil drums, same size, wanted. 015395 33664

WINDOW CLEANING SKB WINDOW CLEANING Cleaning of all glass, frames, sills, doors, solar panels, gutters, conservatories. Fully insured. Call Simon 015395 62877 or 07783 802 192


PORCUPINE @ LakesWoodWork near Ulverston All wood furniture dipping & sanding services Collection services available 07920 117 047

nnComplete roofing services;

natural slate, tiling, leadwork, chimneys & velux installation nnExtensions & renovations nnLoft Conversions nnRefurbishments nnConservatories, windows & doors in uPVC or Timber nnHardwood Flooring Specialists


Tel: 015395 60673 Mob: 07810 602999

Your local reliable roofing service



Deadline 16th February 2018, subject to space. Single items max £200, in writing to our offices or e-mail info@ , include your name and address. Large Pine welsh dresser,6 drawers and 2 cupboards, £100 Small dark wood dresser,2 drawers,2 cupboards £40. Solid oak small island, painted white, small oak coffee table £20.Pine table. 4 chairs, & bench £200.015395 30682. Bosch Dishwasher, good working order £18. Floor standing cupboard, 2 drawers red handles £6. Elegant Circular pedestal inlaid dining table with 4 matching chairs £120. Gentleman’s Crombie £15. 4 Dining chairs Circa 1900 offers. 6 Wicker chairs with handles £15. Oak oval gate legged table £75. Pair of twin bed headboards pink buttoned £16. Tel: 07511 927 493. Upright Fridge freezer £75 Tel: 07912 145 279. Brintons 80% wool, 20% nylon heavy domestic carpet, beige with slight dark swirl - very attractive. 12.5 ft x 7ft 10” wide (8.5ft of which 9ft wide) New £100 or offer Tel:32606.

To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453


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Slate & Tile repair Chimney Work Guttering Ridge tiles Re-Roofs

• Lead Work • All Felt & Fibreglass flat roofs. • Wood & UPVC Fascia Boards

We offer a full loft conversion service from initial planning application through to completion of work.

Registered Velux window installer

Grange: 015395 35635 Mobile: 07770 303033 Email: FREE ESTIMATES

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DB Driving

Deborah Black ADI, Dip DI •Friendly, patient, lady instructor •Tuition tailored to your needs •Confidence building & pass plus Tel:01539 722777 Mob:07977 542853

th Mallinson

93 Kirkhead Road Kents Bank Grange-over-Sands LA11 7DD

Judith Mallinson


Your local choice for all building & roofing work


T: 015395 35201 M: 07900 435 409


Tel: 015395 32196 Mob: 07914 644852

Tel: 015395 32196 Mob: 07914 644852

Over 20 years experience

Gas Central Heating & Bathroom Installer


ecialising in Small Breeds Grooms h n Blow Dry nd-stripping a speciality l Clipping sh & Go (all breeds – terms & conditions) ck Treatments – feet/face trims mprehensive Grooming Service

udith Mallinson

Contact David for a free quotation 01524 383 971 or 07732 362 186

93 Kirkhead Road Kents Bank Grange-over-Sands LA11 7DD

Professional Dog Groomer

Specialising in Small Breeds Full Grooms (T’S & C’S APPLY) Bath n Blow Dry Hand-stripping a speciality Nail Clipping Wash & Go (all breeds – terms & conditions) Quick Treatments – feet/face trims Comprehensive Grooming Service

93 Kirkhead Road

32196 / 07914 644 852 rofessional Dog015395 Groomer Kents Bank ALL NATURAL PRODUCTS


FREE ESTIMATES Tel: 015395 32761 Mob: 0796 7384114

Tel: 015395 32196 Mob: 07914 644852 Est. 1968


43 years experience. FREE estimates, All work guaranteed AERIAL & SATELLITE SPECIALIST Specialising in Small Breeds COVERED GRANGE AND DISTRICT ON A DAILY BASIS Full Grooms

Wareing & Hodgson

015395 33515

Locally established


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

LOCKSMITH The o Locksmnly it based inhs Grange

To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453

Plumbing & Heating Engineers

Head Office, 7 Pinewood Avenue, Bare, Bath n Blow Dry with over 40 years Morecambe, Lancs. LA4 6HW. experience. Hand-stripping a speciality Tel: 01524 415969 Mob: 07814 388756 Nail Clipping No Call Out Fee CAR SERVICING & REPAIRS Wash & Go (all breeds – terms & conditions) Prompt, friendly service Quick Treatments – feet/face trims Tel: 35425 or 83904 Comprehensive Grooming Service


Miniheat Ltd.

To advertise in the Classifieds section call: 015395 35453


015395 32053

Adrian A. Turner Ltd Plumbing & Heating Engineer

T: 015395 34775 M: 07821 813 062


Eden Mount Road, Grange Freephone: 0800 783 1104 Mobile 07886 831336

• Gas, LPG, • Vaillant Solar Accredited • Unvented Hot Water • General Plumbing • Central Heating • No Call Out Fee


BUILDING & JOINERY SERVICES 30 years experience

• New Builds • Renovations • Extensions • Loft Conversions • uPVC & Timber windows & doors • Kitchens • Bathrooms • Tiling

Mob: 0787 602 5976 Tel: 015395 64587 E-mail

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



Est. 1968


Extensions - Renovations - Conversions - Alterations

All aspects of building work undertaken. Extensions, plastering, tiling etc. Over 30 years experience. No VAT on labour (015395) 33530 or 07754 439 694


LA11 7DD

A complete service from plans to paintwork Established local firm Free estimates and advice 015395 33241 / 077535 74538


Corgi Registered




HODGSON BUILDERS For all your Building & Roofing work


ll 18 years experience ll Internal and external


essional Dog Groomer



Caravan & Boat Storage

07764 609 387

Moor Lane, Flookburgh




(MANCHESTER DAILY) Joinery & Developments Ltd.


Full Building & Joinery services

07772 602 506 / 015395 35653

New builds, renovations, extensions, bathroom’s, kitchen’s, windows, groundworks Ian 07765 513 412 / 015395 36316 (Cartmel)

4, 6, 8 & 16 seater mini-buses and a disabled access vehicle available Ring Paul or Joan Tel: Flookburgh 58901


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