January Events


1 January – Nine standards new years day fell run

8miles, 1800 ft of climb.
Race begins and ends in Market Square, Kirkby Stephen. Registration from 10.30am, race starts at 12pm
Entry fee £6, All entrants must be over 18
For more information, contact Paul Brittleton 07854140572.

Saturday 5th January – South Stainmore Coffee Morning – St Stephen’s Church

10.30am to 12 noon.  £1 – tea, coffee, juice, biscuits.

Thursday 10th January  –  Soup and Pudding – Warcop Parish Hall

11.30am to 1.00pm.  Admission £6 (including soup, pudding and hot drink).  Come and join us for lovely home-made food and a right good natter at this popular monthly event.

Saturday 12th January – Church coffee morning – Brough Methodist Church

10am to 11.30am.  Bric a brac, raffle, refreshments, £2 entry fee from which a donation will be given to Jigsaw – Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice.

Thursday 17th January – Warcop Remote Cinema presents – `The Guernsey Literary Potato Peel Society (12A) – Warcop Parish Hall

Starring Lily James, Michiel Huisman, Glen Powell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Katherine Parkinson, Matthew Goode, Tom Courtenay and Penelope Wilton.

Doors open 7.00pm.  Screening 7.15pm.  Adults £4 if booked at least 24 hours in advance, £4.50 on the door, U16’s £2.50.  Refreshments available during the interval, including ice creams. To book your tickets in advance please email [email protected]

Friday 18th January – Kirkby Stephen Community Arts presents `Mamma Here We Go Again’ – Kirkby Stephen Sports and Social Club

Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm start.  Adults £5 – Children (U18) £3.  Tickets available on the door or call Kate on 017683 71885

Monday 21st January  – `Living Matters’ – Suicide Alertness Training – Penrith Community Fire Station, Penrith

This tailored workshop will cover – the facts and figures around suicide, look at why we should talk about suicide, look at what we can do to help prevent suicide, look at the `signs’ that someone may be having thoughts of suicide, look at why its important to ask directly about suicidal thoughts, look at what resources are available locally and nationally.

9.15am to 12.30pm.  To book a place contact Amy Frith, Community Development Assistant, Public Health and Communities Team (Eden) at Cumbria County Council.  Email: [email protected] or telephone 01768 812660.  If you have any concerns about the training prior to the event please contact Juliet from JG Training on 07510 309527 or [email protected]

Monday 21st January  – Upper Eden HIstory Society presents `Members Night’ films and presentations from several members of the Society – Kirkby Stephen Grammar School

The Upper Eden History Society meets October to April 7.30pm, in the Coffee Bar, Kirkby Stephen Grammar School, for a series of monthly lectures, usually the third Monday in each month.  Visitors very welcome.  £3 per meeting.

Wednesday 23rd January – Citizens Advice Drop in Session – Kirkby Stephen Local Links

10am to 12.30pm.  If you’d like advice on housing issues, getting the most out of your energy, money or benefits, why not come and speak to our adviser.  Sessions are on the 4th Wednesday each month.

Thursday 24th January  – `Living Matters’ – Suicide Alertness Training – Penrith Community Fire Station, Penrith

This tailored workshop will cover – the facts and figures around suicide, look at why we should talk about suicide, look at what we can do to help prevent suicide, look at the `signs’ that someone may be having thoughts of suicide, look at why its important to ask directly about suicidal thoughts, look at what resources are available locally and nationally.

9.15am to 12.30pm.  To book a place contact Amy Frith, Community Development Assistant, Public Health and Communities Team (Eden) at Cumbria County Council.  Email: [email protected] or telephone 01768 812660.  If you have any concerns about the training prior to the event please contact Juliet from JG Training on 07510 309527 or [email protected]

Sunday 27th January – Brough Remote Cinema presents `Mamma Mia – Here We Go Again’ – Brough Memorial Hall

It is five years since the events of Mamma Mia, Sophie plans to re-open the renovated Hotel Bella Donna with a party reuniting her family and friends.  Nearly 30 years earlier, a young Donna who has just graduated from Oxford University ventures on a life-changing summer holiday through Europe that will lead her to the three loves of her life, and the Greek island Kaloraiki.

Doors open 2.30pm, starts 3.00pm. Tickets on door £5 (in advance £4.50)  under 16’s £3. Phone 017683 41033.  Home baked refreshments on sale during the interval. For more information ring 01768 899444 or see http://www.edenarts.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

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