Cockermouth Tourist Information Centre & Town website
Tourist Information Centre in new home
The Tourist Information Centre has moved from the Town Hall to Old Kings Arms Lane, just off the Main Street (next to Boots) and alongside the Cockermouth History Wall.Telephone : 01900 822634.
What makes Cockermouth special are its speciality shops....
Look what you're Missing!
Check out our Site Map to see all we have to offer....and please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org if we need to add or update information..
News updates for our area
Use our new service, Twitter feeds to get a quick overview of local news, including information from Cumbria Police.
Watermills of Cockermouth - New guide
Fascinating details of the water powered mills that once powered the town. Booklet copyright and supported by the Town Council & Wardell Armstrong Archaeology Ltd . Download.
Video Tour of Cockermouth
31st May to 2nd June 2013
The format of what was the Cockermouth Midsummer Festival, has changed for 2013. Due to the unpredictability of the weather, we've decided to move most of the events indoors, and also to concentrate the festival over a weekend. We also decided to change the date of the festival, as there were lots of other events in West Cumbria scheduled for the midsummer week. So it seemed appropropriate to rename the festival as "Cockermouth LIVE!". Find out more here....
Market Fun every first Saturday
Every first Saturday in the month the Market Place attracts traders and stalls
Taste Cumbria in Cockermouth 2013
Taste Cumbria Food Festival : planned for 28-29 th September 2013.
The 2012 event proved a big success Thousands enjoyed the event, but wet weather on the Sunday spoiled day two....find out more here
The Flood Action Group website
& 'Live' River levels at South Street bridge.
Next Georgian Fair in 2014
May 5 2012 ....saw a big turnout for Cockermouth's
renowned Georgian Fairs. Find out more about the Fair...
2012 Programme flyer The next Fair will be in 2014.