Cumbria County Council news

May 1, 2020

Learn a new skill by booking onto an online course, some of which are free!

http://www.yourcumbria.org/News/2018/learnanewskill.aspx

Beware of covid-related scams advises Trading Standards!

Cumbria County Council is now offering temporary online memberships to make it easy for the county’s residents, in lock-down, to access online services, including ebooks, audiobooks, digital magazines, comics and newspapers.

http://www.yourcumbria.org/News/2018/onlinelibraries.aspx

 

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Colton Parish and the latest lockdown news!

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Rookhow Zoom cafe continues

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NHS Test and Trace App available to download

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Rookhow epilogue

ROOKHOW EPILOGUE (quiet meditation) Epilogue sessions take place (via Zoom) every Monday at 9pm and involve a reading or poem led by a different person each week with some silent reflection for 20 minutes.  Everyone is welcome. You don't have to be a Quaker to come...

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