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Notices & Meetings Raughton Head Parish Magazine Women’s World Day of Prayer Carlisle Cumbria
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Borderlines Carlisle Book Festival
Borderlines Carlisle Book Festival from Thursday
26th September to Tuesday 8th October.

Famous faces and celebrated authors and poets will be visiting Cumbria for a fantastic programme of events, talks and workshops.

This year’s festival also has two competitions for poetry and photography with excellent cash prizes. You can read more on our website
https://www.borderlinescarlisle.co.uk/competitions/

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at 
https://www.borderlinescarlisle.co.uk/ and at Bookends, Carlisle.

Visit our website for more information and to have a look at the full programme.
We look forward to seeing you at this year's festival!

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Community Lunch
Sunday 3rd November in Primrose Hall, Gaitsgill at 12.30 pm.
An opportunity to get together with others in our community. Come and enjoy a lovely meal and a chat! Always on the first Sunday in the month. Everyone welcome!
Occasionally we put out a donation box to give everyone an opportunity to support a needy cause.
Ruth Bainbridge - 016974 76316



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Ultra Marathon 13 – St Bees to Carlisle
Embrace is a charity helping ordinary people in the Middle East to free themselves from a life of poverty and injustice. Mark Calder, one of Embrace's Regional Managers (our Son-in-law) has set himself the challenge of running 14 ultra marathons along pilgrimage routes across Scotland and the North of England, to raise awareness and money to help Iraqi refugees to go back to Iraq to build homes and start to rebuild their war-torn country.
On
7th November Mark will be running Ultra Marathon 13 (St Bega’s Run) starting from St Bees in the morning, going on to Carlisle, via Keswick. He will be passing through Caldbeck, Sebergham & Dalston, finishing at Carlisle in the evening. We invite you to support him as he passes through this area.
If you wish, donations can be made by mobile phone – text IRAQ to 70660 to donate £10. We will be able to give you more details in the November magazine.
Gerald & Ruth Bainbridge
runninghome2019.co.uk

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Defibrillators Around the Area
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The Recreation Centre entrance, Dalston, CA5 7QB

Sports Hall entrance, Caldew School, Dalston, CA5 7NN

Valley Court on the Barras Lane Estate, CA5 7NY

Greensyke House, Greensyke Lane, Cumdivock, Dalston, CA5 7JD
Paragon Vet Group, Carlisle House, Townhead Road, Dalston, CA5 7JF
Raughton Head School, Raughton Head, CA5 7DD
Hospice at Home, Barras Lane Industrial Estate, CA5 7NY
Call 999 & start CPR


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Penrith & District Red Squirrel Group
I write as Chairman of Penrith & District Red Squirrel Group. I hope very much that through your parish magazine, I can thank Wendy Rheam and her wonderful team of helpers who put on a number of events through the years raising funds for our group.
Local fundraising is a vital, enabling the group’s work to continue as we strive to conserve red squirrels in Cumbria. I am delighted to say that we are more than holding the line and have absolutely no doubt that it is down to our rangers and volunteers that we still have red squirrels in this part of Cumbria.
If you could give the group a mention in your newsletter, I would be very grateful.
We need all the support we can get. Thank you 
Robert Benson (Chairman) - 017684 86807 or 07836 610463
www.penrithredsquirrels.org.uk