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Northern Chartered Accountant Students' Society

Supporting northern ACA students

Cumberland New Students’ Event

Social event for new starters in Cumbria at Lumber Lounge Carlisle!

Our annual social event for new students is back!

Join us for an evening of axe throwing and a chance to meet the new students in your area, as well as finding out more about the Cumberland Society.

Event Information

We have a 1 hour axe throwing session booked at the Lumber Lounge Carlisle – participation cost as well a buffet included in the ticket price!

This is a great opportunity to meet students from other firms in your area. Start time is 18.00 on Thursday 10th November.

Rate Cost
Price £4.00 + VAT

Lumber Lounge is a 10 minute walk from Carlisle train station, and is easily accessible by numerous bus routes.


Cumberland Charity Quiz

Cumbria Society of Chartered Accountants and Cumberland Chartered Accountant Students’ Society (CCASS) are joining together to host an exciting quiz event.

Event information

A friendly, fun quiz in aid of Eden Valley Hospice. There will be prizes for the winner! And we will be hosting a charity raffle on the evening.

No specific parking at the venue but is a 15 minute walk from Carlisle Train Station or free disc parking available on surrounding streets.

Rate Cost
Price £10.00


Jennings Brewery Tour

The Cumberland Society of Chartered Accountants is delighted to invite you to a brewery tour of Jennings Brewery, Cockermouth on Friday 15 May 2015 at 7.30p.m.

Members of Cumberland Chartered Accountant Students’ Society (CCASS) are also welcome to join us for an insight into one of our well known local businesses.

CSCA-Jennings-TourAbout Jennings Brewery

Jennings Brewery was originally established as a true family concern back in 1828, in the village of Lorton. The company moved to its current location in 1874, in the historic town of Cockermouth, in the shadow of Cockermouth Castle, at the point where the rivers Cocker and Derwent merge.

Jennings regards itself as a traditional brewer, traditional in a number of different ways. Pure Lakeland water is still used for brewing, drawn from the brewery’s own well, and only the finest natural ingredients are added, including English pale ale malt, Golding hops from Kent and Fuggles hops from Herefordshire.

Jennings-Brewery-TourAll five of Jennings Brewery’s permanent beers have won prestigious awards and international acclaim during 2014. The five beers have won a total of eight awards in the last 12 months in the International Beer Challenge, the World’s Best Beer Awards and with CAMRA’s Beer of the Year in Cumbria.

Find out how our real ales are still brewed with care and attention, by taking the friendly, guided tour of the brewery.

You’ll complete the tour in the best way possible, by sampling some of Jennings’ superb Lakeland ales in the atmospheric bar, the Old Cooperage.

You can read more about Jennings Brewery on their website jenningsbrewery.co.uk

Cost and transport options

So that you can enjoy the evening transport will be available by prior booking from Penrith (6.15p.m. at Penrith bus station) and from Carlisle (6.45p.m. at Border Gate, Carlisle, Junction 42) – please indicate the location when you complete the booking form.

Our evening includes complimentary drinks and a pie and pea supper.

Tickets are £15 without transport and £20 with transport. Download the booking form and following the instructions to reserve your place. We look forward to seeing you in Cockermouth.




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