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Because of holiday commitments the Presidential handover took place earlier than usual on May 24 2016. Past President Bob Harwood praised Jimmy Wood for all the progress made under his leadership, including several new members recruited to the club and many community events during his year. Jimmy Woods and his successor, Andy Carter emphasised the value of the Club's work in partnership with many other organisations in the town and the need also for our events, such as Touch a Truck Show to 'bring fun as well and fellowship' to Rotary projects.
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From 12 teams competing, Fairfield came out top beating Broughton in the finals of this year's Rotary Club Junior Soccer tourament on a sunny Sunday May 12.. President Joe Fagan handed out the trophies to both winners and runners up.more
Almost 2,000 visitors enjoyed sunny skies as the Show proved a great family and community event in 2018. The show was to return on Sunday, July 5 in 2020, but the Coronavirus and government advice mean this year's event may have to be cancelled.more
The Club made its initial donation of £3,000 towards furnishings and essentials for the Henderson Suite at West Cumberland Hospital. President Andy Carter here presents the initial donation to Dr Jonathan Nicoll and Sister Dawn Sanderson.more
Over 60 senior citizens enjoyed the January 2017 event. In the spirit of partnership working the Christmas Party for senior citizens in Cockermouth was this year invaded by the town's University of the Third Age Latin Dancing troupe!more
We consider applications from individuals or groups, particularly in the Cockermouth area, subject to certain criteria. Contact our Secretary:-firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form to complete and return by email.more