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Blustery conditions on the course

Our annual Golf Tournament at Cockermouth Golf Club

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Rotarians muck in to clean the town signs..

The club got out their buckets and mops and removed moss and lichen from signs around Cockermouth. One of our activities during Covid-19 restrictions.

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Please complete the form and send to the secretary. We meet on first Monday of the month to consider any applications.

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Presidential Handover 2020

Handover with a Difference

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The formal end to Joe Fagan's successful year.

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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.

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The key organisers behind the conference: Rotarian Val Ayre, President Joe Fagan, Sarah Place from Victim Support and Rotarian Andy Carter.

The Club organised the first of what are hoped to be annual conferences on important topics in the community.

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Top table line up for the 80th Charter celebrations (pic.Trevor Earthy)

Over 70 guests helped President Phil Straughton celebrate the club's 80th

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Sunny smiles from the gandstand for the 80th celebration in 2019

Exactly 80 years ago the Rotary Club of Cockermouth started on its journey to give Service above Self .

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Face Painting Fun (Parental approval given for pic)

All Saints Church will be the setting for the 2020 Daffodil Day celebrations on Saturday April4 2020.

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Fine weather again for the tournament at Tarn Close.

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Showground in just part of the successful Rotary Touch a Truck 2016 and 2017

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.

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The Rotary Cockermouth calendar

To help boost the Georgian town of Cockermouth the Rotary Club has produced a glossy calendar for 2019 And the club is already working on a calendar for 2020.

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Party-goers revel in the glitzy evening at the Club's Charity Masquarade Ball.

In February 2017 Rotarian Sally Scales and her team organised a charity evening that attracted over 70 guests.

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President Andy Carter presents the initial donation to  Dr Jonathan Nicoll and Sister Dawn Sanderson.

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.

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The competitors in the 2017 Rotary Young Musicians contest...Pic Trevor Earthy

High standard of entries this year for the Young Musician contest...Pic Trevor Earthy

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The 2017 Golfing Tournament

Good weather and fun on the faiway for the Club's golfers...

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Back row:- Larry Branyan, District Governor; Joe Fagan, President Elect; Alan Tyson, Cockermouth Mayor. Front row:- Brian Mitchelhill, President; Paul Hancock, Cheshire Chief Fire Officer; Philip Straughton, President Nominee

Over 100 attendees helped the Club celebrate its 78th Charter in 2017

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President Andy Carter greets DG Malcolm in August 2016

President of the Rotary Club of Cockermouth, Andy Carter welcomed Malcolm Baldwin, District Governor 2016-17.

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Action from the successful 2017 Junior Soccer five a side tourney. Pic by Trevor Earthy

Huge turnout by parents and supporters...

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President Andy meets Holly the bear's new owners.

Holly the bear helped raise around £200 for the Henderson Suite at West Cumberland Hospital.

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Some of the team making it all happen for the Christmas party

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!

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Chef of the Year winner Matthew Morris and Club President

Tasty meals created by pupils of Cockermouth School for this year's Rotary Young Chef contest.

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Our bulb planting in Cockermouth

Crocus planting around Cockermouth to mark Rotary work in helping eradicate polio across the world.

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Rotary Club members prepare to guide traffic for a successful Carnival 2017

Twenty plus Club members ensured the carnival was a success by directing traffic and stewarding the event.

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Happy Dragon Boaters 2017

Cockermouth Rotary Club fielded a team for the 2017 Dragon Boat Race on Derwentwater, Keswick. And they plan to race again in 2018..

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Occasionally coming with a new joke book......Billy Bowman esquire

A slap up Christmas meal followed by entertainment by Billy Bowman was enjoyed by 65 senior citizens.

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We consider applications from individuals or groups, particularly in the Cockermouth area, subject to certain criteria. Contact our Secretary:-secretary@cockermouth.rotary1190.org for an application form to complete and return by email.

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President Brian Mitchelhill&Rotarian Bob Harwood at the presentation of the ruckdacks to Nick Landells from the Cumbria Alliance.

Presentation of Rucksacks to the Cumbria Alliance who organise D of E expeditions.

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Pauline and Douggie Hardie and Club President Brian Mitchelhill. Picture by Trevor Earthy

The work of Cumbrian charity Dewode in Uganda was featured at an April 2018 meeting.

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Les Miserables Charity Film Nght

Thanks to organising by Alastair Sharp and the team a DEWODE charity film night was held on the 8th June 2018

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Club Presidential handover 2016

Outgoing President Jimmy Wood gets a rousing vote of Thanks as he hands over to the Club's new President Andy Carter.

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President Joe Fagan and some of the senior citizens enjoying the annual Christmas event.

In 2019 again some 70 enjoyed a very successful Senior Citizens Party with Rotarians providing a Christmas feast for many who might otherwise have missed out on festive fare.

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Some of the children who enjoyed Kids Out 2014

The 2014 Kids Out saw 31 children from our area enjoy a day out...

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Teams taking part in the busy 2014 Primary School Technology Tournament

The Club organised highly successful Young Technology Tournaments this year 2014.

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Left to right: President Nominee Dave Siddall, Chairman of James Walkers Mr Peter Needham, President Joe Fagan, District 1190 Govenor Mary Bradley, the Mayor of Cockermouth David Malloy and President Elect Phillip Straughton. (Picture :Trevor Earthy)

President Joe Fagan welcomed 86 guests to a successful Charter Celebration in 2018

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President Phillip and Rotarian Val among those helping ensure Taste was a big success..

Over 25,000 enjoy Taste Cumbria weekends and Club members were out in force in 2019 selling the Rotary calendar for cockermouth and helping with the park and ride service

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We support our local League of Friends group with one of our members on their committee.

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