Young weather watchers at Kirkby Stephen’s grammar and primary schools were ...

Date: Friday 22nd March 2019
At the dedication of a new altar frontal at St Michael and All Angels’ Church, Ainstable, 25 years ago are the Bishop of Penrith, the Right Rev George Hacker, the Rev David Fowler with designer Anne Thorpe and church members who made the frontal.
At the dedication of a new altar frontal at St Michael and All Angels’ Church, Ainstable, 25 years ago are the Bishop of Penrith, the Right Rev George Hacker, the Rev David Fowler with designer Anne Thorpe and church members who made the frontal.

Young weather watchers at Kirkby Stephen’s grammar and primary schools were presented with new weather recording equipment 25 years ago donated by Toyota, Cumbria TEC and British Road Services. Pupils are pictured with Alan Walton, of Walton’s Garage, Penrith; Tony Gill, of Cumbria TEC; Malcolm Doig, primary school head; and Mike Sunderland, intermediate technology coordinator at the Grammar School.

Young weather watchers at Kirkby Stephen’s grammar and primary schools were presented with new weather recording equipment 25 years ago donated by Toyota, Cumbria TEC and British Road Services. Pupils are pictured with Alan Walton, of Walton’s Garage, Penrith; Tony Gill, of Cumbria TEC; Malcolm Doig, primary school head; and Mike Sunderland, intermediate technology co-ordinator at the grammar school.
Young weather watchers at Kirkby Stephen’s grammar and primary schools were presented with new weather recording equipment 25 years ago donated by Toyota, Cumbria TEC and British Road Services. Pupils are pictured with Alan Walton, of Walton’s Garage, Penrith; Tony Gill, of Cumbria TEC; Malcolm Doig, primary school head; and Mike Sunderland, intermediate technology co-ordinator at the grammar school.