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Name : Visit

Location : Cockermouth. Date : 2011-10-22 13:31:22

Comment : For a better Cockermouth website go to

Name : Paul Cresent

Location : Carlisle. Date : 2011-10-17 20:23:21

Comment : Dear Sirs I hope you could help me look up some recent history, does your sociery hold any photos of the castle gate estate being built ? Or do you know who I could contact to see pictures of the estate being built? Photos showing the houses on limetree crescent would be very interesting. Thank you Paul

Name : jordan bradshaw

Location : jordans jungle. Date : 2011-06-17 12:45:12

Comment : the best pleace in cockermouth

Name : jordan bradshaw

Location : jordans jungle. Date : 2011-06-17 12:44:59

Comment : the best pleace in cockermouth

Name : charlotte phillips

Location : north baddeley. Date : 2010-10-17 12:51:27

Comment : i love because of the famous flood

Name : julian

Location : . Date : 2010-09-10 09:06:04

Comment : too much nonsense is getting put in here!

Name : *****

Location : *****. Date : 2010-08-29 13:14:26

Comment : The following attractions in Cockermouth no longer exist: The Toy and Model Museum The Printing House Museum The Motor Museum The Mineral Museum The Sheep and Wool Centre Sorry to have disappointed. :( HOWEVER, THIS BEAUTIFUL GEM TOWN IS STILL WELL WORTH A VISIT! Jennings Brewery Wordsworth House a selection of art galleries plenty of historic building a castle (privately owned but occasionally open for tours) many parks, pubs, cafes and beautiful walks, long and short are some of the delights awaiting you when you visit Cockermouth. Cockermouth is a very traditional town so if you wish to spend a day here you may wish to avoid Sundays as although Wordsworth House, the Brewery and a selection of pubs serving Sunday lunch are open, other than a few of the larger shops, like Sainsburies and Wilkisons, most places are closed on Sundays. However, if it is peace and tranquillity you are looking for Sundays will provide the perfect chance for you to explore our sleepy town. :) Cockermouth is a lovely town with something for everyone. It may only be small but it has a lot to offer. So if you\'re undecided, let me help: COCKERMOUTH IS A QUIET AND PICTURESQUE OLD MARKET TOWN, FULL OF HISTORY AND BEAUTY AND IS JUST WAITING FOR YOUR ARRIVAL! :-D

Name : Ros Pollock

Location : . Date : 2009-12-12 16:35:05

Comment : Re. the southern end of Rubbybanks Road. The river wall has collapsed and the road surface is washed away and is impassable to vehicles. The public footpath should really be closed for safety. The rest of Rubbybanks Road south of Jubilee Bridge and up New Road is also very bad because of extra heavy repair traffic. HTH Ros Pollock

Name : mick

Location : todmorden. Date : 2009-11-24 14:50:57

Comment : so very sorry to hear and see the recent events.if i can be of assistance ,weekend,please do not hesitate to contact me. i have a van if that helps at all? take care.

Name : Joanna Pearl

Location : London. Date : 2009-11-23 13:20:33

Comment : I would like to show my support for the people and businesses of Cockermouth after the terrible flood. I would like to do some on-line shopping for Christmas from shops in Cockermouth. How about setting up a website with the emails of all the shops devasted by the flood so that punters can contact the shops and ask if they have the goods that they need. You could promote this via all the TV Crews currently reporting from your town. Hope this is a helpful suggestion.

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