The 18th December was a damp evening but it did not deter three groups of Carol Singers. Two groups managed between them to sing to most houses in Caldbeck but did not reach Upton – we will get to you next year! The third group visited a number of farms. Thank you very much for
The Christmas Tree Festival held in St Kentigern’s Church over the weekend of 28th, 29th, 30th November 2014 was a great success and hugely enjoyed by all who took part in the various events or visited to see the beautifully decorated trees. Report coming soon!
A number of you may remember Anne Utting who lived at Greenrigg Cottage in the 1980’s. Anne wrote a series of 61 articles, ‘The Cottage on the Fell’, about life in the area which were published in Cumbria magazine. Anne’s son, Nigel, published the articles in a book which is now out of print but
The Shepherds’ Meet Sat 3rd May saw Caldbeck Parish Hall packed out, people with an interest in the village history and tradition, those interested in the Cumbrian dialect and family and friends of those taking part. The evening began with Emma Armstrong and Stuart Hird reading the piece about living in the Lake District that
Read the fascinating and informative reports of the History Society here The link takes you to the History Society page – scroll down and you will find links to History Society publications which you can read on line, and interesting reports of the talks given at Meetings.
Thank you very much to all who gave so generously to the Carol Singers on the 17th December 2013. We received the wonderful total of £405. So £135 has been sent to each of the Charities: Save the Children, NSPCC and Action for Children (previously The National Children’s Home). Thank you too to the Carol
The entertainment was visual as well as musical and dramatic. The backcloth to the open stage in Caldbeck Parish Hall was a leafy jungle painted by Rebecca Brockbank assisted by Lily Culham and the stage was draped with fresh greenery kindly supplied by many local residents. The costume team had laboured long and hard to
Reverend Malcolm Riches reported on the success of the Coffee Morning held on Saturday 23rd November 2013, in aid of the Philippines Typhoon Appeal: I am delighted to say that the grand total, including Gift Aid, comes to £2,454.76. My sincere thanks goes to all who came along and gave so generously. And a huge
Caldbeck Tennis Court Committee would like to thank everyone who supported the Big Breakfast on Monday 6th May at the Parish Hall in Caldbeck.140 people came along for the breakfast and it was a very enjoyable (and we hope well fed!) morning. Margaret Brough cooked bacon, sausage and eggs with Richard’s able assistance, David Ward
Caldbeck Area First Responders have made the Caldbeck Area a safer place by becoming CardiacSmart with the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) – giving them all the potential to save a life! Caldbeck Area First Responders had to fulfil a series of criteria to gain their GOLD CardiacSmart award. The aim of the