Kendal Town Council


  • KTC’s Summer Newsletter

        Kendal Town Council’s first digital newsletter is now available to read and download via this link. Thanks to everyone who has contributed content and to Steve Parkman at Creative 42 for the design work.

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  • Kendal’s climate change Citizens’ Jury gets under way

    Members of Kendal Climate Change Citizens’ Jury have now been agreed following a four-week recruitment drive with 4,000 letters sent to randomly selected addresses across Kendal and 250 replies received. The twenty strong Jury has been chosen to reflect the diversity of Kendal’s population in terms of age, gender, attitudes to climate change and geography. […]

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  • Donate Your Surplus Produce to Support Your Community

    In partnership with the Waste Into Wellbeing initiative, Kendal Town Council are encouraging allotment holders to donate surplus produce. Donations can be dropped off at Outside In on Beezon Road (LA9 6EL) on Thursdays between 2pm and 3pm and Sundays between 11am and 12am. For more info read this overview of the project from Waste […]

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  • Kendal Unity Festival – Sat 20th June (online)

    Kendal’s much loved Unity Festival will still be taking place this year despite current restrictions. Please open THIS POSTER for more info and or check out the teams Facebook Page via Kendal Unity for details of online activities before the Festival itself takes place on Saturday the 20th. More details here.

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  • Wellbeing Advice & Integrated Care Update

    South Lakeland District Council (SLDC) has backed a national campaign to encourage people to look after mental wellbeing during the Coronavirus outbreak. The ‘Every Mind Matters’ guide has been developed in partnership with clinicians, academics and leading mental health charities and offers authoritative and evidence-based practical support. SLDC have funded the printing and distribution of […]

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  • Useful Contact Numbers & Advice

    17th April 2020 The following posters outline help and advice for staying safe, abuse concerns, emergency support and advice for parents regarding Coronavirus in Children. For current government advice please follow this link.  

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