CROSBY PRIMITIVE METHODIST
SUNDAY SCHOOL TRIP.
On Saturday the scholars attending the Primitive Methodist Sunday School, Crosby, had their annual outing, Keswick being the place chosen. They left Crosby at 7-30 a.m. in two wagonettes supplied by Messrs. SCOTT and Sons, Ellenborough, by way of Cockermouth, arriving at Keswick just before noon.
They took with them their own eatables, and provided a splendid dinner and tea, which was served to the scholars in the Park. The following teachers attended to the wants of the children:
Mrs. R. TIFFIN, jun.
The following teachers also accompanied:
Messrs. J. BATEMAN
F. NICHOL, jun.
F. BATEMAN, jun.
and a large number of parents and friends. Some of the party enjoyed themselves sailing on the lake, going to Lodore to visit the falls, which were thoroughly enjoyed by all. The trippers then split up into parties, and enjoyed themselves climbing Castle Head, visiting places of interest and a large number patronising the Pencil Mill.
They left Keswick about 7 p.m. by Cockermouth, where they stayed a short time, arriving home about eleven p.m.. The weather was all that could be desired and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the outing.