Kendal Town Council

NEWS


  • Kendal’s Unity Festival wins Award

    Kendal’s Unity Festival is a fitting legacy for Guy Tirvengadum’s Mayoral year as it was born out of his theme of ‘Diversity’. The inaugural event took place on June 23rd 2018 with the aim of raising awareness of Diversity and bringing different communities together. The event was a roaring success and has gone on to […]

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  • Appointment of John Bateson as Town Crier for Kendal

    The Mayor of Kendal, Cllr Alvin Finch and Kendal Town Council are pleased to announce that following the retirement of Richard Mathews, John Bateson has been appointed as his replacement as Town Crier of Kendal. Richard Mathews has decided to retire following 11 years of service to the Town and Kendal Town Council as the […]

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  • Kendal in Bloom 2019 Competition Launched

    Annually, the Kendal in Bloom Committee encourages communities, groups, schools and businesses to take part in enhancing Kendal as a place to live and work. Kendal Town Council are proud to announce the launch of the 2019 Kendal in Bloom initiative.  We would like to encourage community groups, organisations and businesses, home owners and like-minded […]

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  • Notice of Election

    Election of a Councillor for the STONECROSS Ward of KENDAL TOWN COUNCIL Nomination papers have been received and the poll will take place on Thursday, 2nd May 2019, between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm. Applications to register to vote must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 12 midnight on Friday, 12th April […]

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  • Environment Agency Article in KTC Newsletter

    ​​Kendal Town Council have recently included an update from the Environment Agency regarding the Flood Defence programme in its latest newsletter, delivered to Kendal residents in early March. Kendal Town Council have included a direct update from the Environment Agency for the last three newsletters as we consider the subject to be an important news […]

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  • Freedom Parade in Honour of The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment

    The Mayor of Kendal, Cllr Guy Tirvengadum and Kendal Town Council are delighted to announce that on Saturday 16 March 2019 a Freedom Parade in Honour of The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment will take place in Kendal, followed by a Thanksgiving Service at Kendal Parish Church. On 25 October 1947 The Border Regiment was granted […]

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