Newsletter 138

Spring is almost upon us after a late sting in the tail of Winter, and we are thinking about our Spring and Summer activities. In particular, our plans for this year’s lunch and this year’s outing are in place and its time to put them in your diary and order your tickets. Also there are […]

Newsletter 137

A Happy New Year to everyone as we enter our 51st year. We successfully completed our 50th anniversary celebrations at the October Lecture Meeting. Katie Gentry opened proceedings with a lovely folk concert. We then enjoyed a buffet & Tom Hughes, a past Chairman, and Ian Dodsworth, our retiring Treasurer, cut the Anniversary Cake. We […]

Newsletter 135

A shorter update newsletter this time as it does not seem that long since our last newsletter in July. Apart from the updates, the main objectives of this newsletter is to tell you about our forthcoming lecture programme and to remind you that it is time to renew your subscriptions for the 2017/18 season. Please […]

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – 2017

COCKERMOUTH AND DISTRICT CIVIC TRUST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7.30pm Wednesday 6th December 2017   Phil Campbell (Chairman) welcomed 20 members to the Annual General Meeting.   Apologies:  Brian Coley, Margaret Coley, Eleanor Woosey.   Minutes of the meeting of 2nd November 2016: Ros Earthy proposed that the minutes be accepted as a true record – […]

Newsletter 135

We are now well into our 50th anniversary year. We have had our 50th anniversary lunch with Hunter Davies and we have issued the anniversary newsletter, celebrating our achievements over the 50 years. The next anniversary event will be cutting the cake with a celebratory evening of entertainment at our first member’s meeting of the […]

Newsletter 133

Welcome to 2017, our 50th Anniversary Year. A year to celebrate and recognise what we have achieved. A year perhaps to also look to the future and what we would like to achieve for Cockermouth over the next few years. Ideally this would be supported by a progressive Neighbourhood Plan, but so far our Town […]