Notices & Meetings Raughton Head Parish Magazine Women’s World Day of Prayer Carlisle Cumbria

Deer Rudding Garden
Many thanks to all those who attended the Deer Rudding Garden openings this spring.
We are delighted to report that the following sums were raised for the various groups involved:
National Garden Scheme £1730
April - Northern Fells Baby and Toddler Group £300
May - Friends of Fellview School £505.80
June - Penrith and District Red Squirrels Group £473
We very much appreciate your support and look forward to welcoming you again in 2019.

Lynne Carruthers – 016974 78053 or 074848 00072

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Car Treasure Hunt
Myself and 3 golfing friends (calling ourselves the Wall in One Team) are walking part of the Great Wall of China in September and raising funds for the Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland by hosting certain fundraising events. We are organising a Car Treasure Hunt as one of the events on the
24th June starting at Beckstones Farm near Southwaite at 3.00 pm. followed by a barbeque and refreshments at a location near to my home in High Bridge. The cost is £20.00 a car.
If you are interested in buying tickets for this event please contact
Anthea Notman – 016974 76440 or 07768713877

Community Lunch
1st July in Primrose Hall, Gaitsgill at 12.30 pm.
An opportunity to get together with others in our community. Everyone welcome. 
Come and enjoy a lovely meal and a chat! Always on the first Sunday in the month.
Ruth Bainbridge - 016974 76316
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Coffee Morning
All are welcome to a coffee morning on
11th July from 10.00 am. to 12.00 noon.
At 11, Nook Lane Close, Dalston.
Donations to the Church Mission Society for the
church in Northern Argentina.
Parking is limited, so please park in the village
or Townhead Road. Thanks.
Libby Smith

Dalston Show
The Dalston Show is on Saturday
11th August. please visit the website for more details.

The Hackney Half
Many people in the Raughton Head community will remember the Colville family, who lived at The Ashes for 10 years before moving to Devon. Tragically Marcus, who was a medical student at Newcastle University, took his own life in December 2017.
The whole family are very grateful for the support they have received from their old friends in Cumbria at this difficult time and continue to have very fond memories of their time in the county.
The family have set up a charity called ‘Marcus in Mind’ to fund research to actively identify and help young people who are at risk of suicide.
20th May my daughter Rosie and I are joining the whole family and friends in running the Hackney half marathon to raise money for this charity which has already raised a lot of funds thanks to the generosity of so many friends of Marcus and his family.
This is going to be an interesting personal challenge for me to complete as I broke my pelvis last January and hope that I will be able to complete it in a reasonable time!
We would all be very grateful if you would consider supporting me in raising money for ‘Marcus in Mind’. You can donate through the following link;
Sally Robson - 01228 710498 or 077298 03584

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