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Name : J.Bomhoff
Location : Germany. Date : 2007-11-21 14:26:23
Comment : To whom it may concern! I have just enjoyed the wonderful film about Cockermouth and its beautiful environment. My family and I spend two weeks in the Lake District this year and I must say that this film really tells the truth about Cockermouth! I am very confident that the pictures will help to improve tourist business in Cockermouth! With best regards J.Bomhoff
Name : Kathryn
Location : Huddersfield. Date : 2007-11-18 17:30:30
Comment : Cockermouth , simply wow.
Name : Polly Allen
Location : Penrith. Date : 2007-11-09 20:16:32
Comment : Re your web-page on the Christmas Lights, there is no indication of the date on which they will be switched on. \'The last week of November\' is far too vague. I\'d like to visit on the first day, when there are lots of events to enjoy.
Name : Dave
Location : Cockermouth. Date : 2007-11-04 19:21:59
Comment : Why did the Town Council move the fireworks display from its great riverside location to some windswept by-pass? Surely a big mistake? Wherever possible events should be in the heart of the town not by a busy A road.
Name : LM
Location : Cockermouth. Date : 2007-11-01 20:47:15
Comment : Hi - just been looking at the photos on this website of the flood - that was my car! It is strange to see as we lost everything in the flood including the cameras so haven't really seen any photos of it previous. Wow! What a weekend!
Name : Richard Reilly
Location : . Date : 2007-10-17 20:38:06
Comment : Dear Cockermouth Residents, Cumbric.net is a new discussion board for communities and groups in Cumbria and beyond. We'd like to invite you to make use of the general discussion area, or to set up a forum for your own town, village, or community group. You are also welcome to post a link to your site or business on Cumbric.net Setting up your own section is very simple – there is info in the Announcements/Suggestions section. The service will always remain free. Or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We would also welcome a link to Cumbric.net from your site. We take our name ‘Cumbric’ from that of the language spoken in these parts before the fine language of English took over. You may or may not know, that whilst Cumbric is most closely associated with Cumbria, it were spoken all owert’ spot – reet acrosst’ north of England and southern Scotland and allsorts. And Cumbric.net welcomes peoples not only from Cumbria, but from further afield too. Richard Reilly, Cumbric.Net
Name : Angela Wood
Location : Tyne and Wear. Date : 2007-10-06 18:25:00
Comment : Cockermouth is a lovely town which I have visited over the last 5 years. Townspeople are friendly. There are lots of great places to eat out and the pubs are friendly and welcoming, as well has serving a good selection of food and beers. I always feel refreshed and relaxed after a visit to Cockermouth.
Name : Jane Brown
Location : Cockermouth. Date : 2007-10-06 18:15:45
Comment : Little Basil Take away has always provided good food at a good price and the staff are friendly and efficient.
Name : sara brown
Location : cockermouth. Date : 2007-09-24 15:00:39
Comment : is there any chance we could have the fact that Cockemouth is a Fairtrade Town put onto the website? We can use the fairtrade logo is that would be O.K It would be good for visitors to know. Cheers, sara email@example.com
Location : Manchester. Date : 2007-09-23 15:32:18
Comment : We stayed at wyndham holiday park in a caravan and found it a pleasant holiday and reasonably priced at £185 for a week. It was a small friendly caravan park within walking distance of Cockermouth, which is a nice friendly market town with many pubs, restaurants and small shops.
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