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Cosc has been doing what it does best for over 25 years!

COSC was born out of a need for some kind of after care for newly disabled people once they left hospital. Once the popularity of COSC grew, we moved to The Bunker at Cleator Moor, (Our centre in Cleator Moor is still in this building), and so Copeland Occupational and Social Centre became as we know it today.

Over the years COSC has grown in size and popularity and in February 2001 we opened a second premises in Maryport which has became known as ALLERDALE COSC.

Both centres continue to offer a high level of occupational facilities, along with a varied program of learning and social activities.