3rd Annual inter school bowling competition – Mon 2nd July 18

3rd Annual

inter school bowling competition 

Mon 2nd July 18

On Monday July 2nd students from four local schools met at the Egremont bowling club for the 3rd inter-school bowling competition.

Pupils from Bookwell, Orgill, Moor row and St. Bridget’s schools turned up on a gorgeous Monday afternoon to fight it out and see who could be this years champions.

The pupils and bowling club stalwarts had much fun and enjoyed working together to learn from each other new skills and finding out about each other.

the winners were- Orgill Juniors school

runners up were- Moor row school

3r place went to –Bookwell school

4th place went to – St. Bridgets school

Well done to all the members of each team.

The good citizen award 2018- nominations wanted. If you know someone who you think is amazing please enter them for the award

The good citizens award



We are looking for nominations for this years good citizens ward.

The good citizens award is an annual award and is fantastic achievement and honour for anyone who receives it.

The award is given to those people in our community who do those amazing selfless things that most of us can’t or are not able to do.

If you know someone who you believe does amazing things for the community or for people who need help the most then please send in your nomination.

The closing date is Tuesday 17th July.

Please send all nominations to the town clerk-

either email- egremontmarkethall@outlook.com

or email- egremonttowncouncil.co.uk

or by letter to- Egremont Town Council
Market Hall Offices
Market St
Cumbria CA22 2DF

EGREMONT play park has been given a new lease of life by Copeland Borough Council.

EGREMONT play park

has been given a new lease of life

by Copeland Borough Council.


AN EGREMONT play park has been given a new lease of life by Copeland Borough Council.
Repairs to the play area at Orgill park have been made alongside a refresh of the play bark throughout the site.
The Copeland Council Parks and Open Spaces team is responsible for cleaning and maintaining 14 play areas and two teen spaces across the borough.
The award-winning team was ranked top in the UK by the Association for Public Service Excellence, for the value-for-money way it looks after its open spaces, in 2016.
Councillor Mark Holliday, Portfolio Holder for Open Spaces, said: “Our team got to work making essential repairs to the equipment, and replacing the play bark in time for the Easter school holidays.
“The park is a well-used local facility and the spruce-up means that it was enjoyed by all throughout the Easter break.”

2nd annual Egremont parish inter-school bowling competition

2nd annual Egremont parish

inter-school bowling competition

Mon 3rd July 2017

On monday 3rd July students from Bookwell, Moor row, Ogrill primary and St. Bridgets schools competed in the 2nd annual inter-school bowling competition.

On a wonderful sunny day 8 children from each school took in turns to bowl for their teams, fun was had but competition was fierce.

The final scores were- Moor Row : 15 points

Orgill : 16 points

Bookwell : 22 points

St. Bridgets : 24 points

ST bridgets being the eventual winners for a 2nd year row.

The competition was attended by the members of Egremont bowling green comittee and Egremont town councillor Jaqcui Smith.

St.Bridgets school team were presented with their trophies by Chairman J.Wise and President M.Cowin.

The Trophies, including the Margaret Woodburn trophy were provided by Egremont town council.

Flood Defences ERUFC

Egremont RUFC reveal the new flood defences

On friday 8th of June The Egremont rugby football club revealed the new flood defences designed to prevent the club house, change rooms, MUGA and flood lights.

The funding came for these new defences came from many sources including Copeland community fund, Egremont town council, Copeland borough council, Evironment agency to name a few and include new walls, raised surfaces and pathways, flood boards and airbrick covers.

The works cost several thousands of pounds and took many months to complete but many years to come to full fruition. The floods of 2009 and 2012 were terrible and it took a lot of hard work and dedication to ensure that the club remained oppen and the new facilities built and protected from futurre flooding problems

The ERUFC has a long and proud history of helping the youth from Egremont parish, participating in many fund rasing events, providing much talent to the Rugby union world and the facilities are recognised as some of the best in the area.

Members of the Egremont town council attended the event along with the Mayor of Copeland, Mike Starkie, representatives of Copeland community fund and members of Copeland borough council.

Unveiling of new flood barriers at Egremont RUFC. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th June 2017
Copeland mayor Mike Starkie, standing centre joined members of the Copeland Cummity Fund and Copeland counciliors on the tour of the club’s new flood defences. pic Mike McKenzie
Unveiling of new flood barriers at Egremont RUFC. pic MIKE McKENZIE 9th June 2017
Chairman of the Copeland Cunnity Fund David Moore with William Maxwell from Egremont RUFC at one of the club’s new flood defences. pic Mike McKenzie