Kendal Town Council

NEWS


  • Notice of Casual Vacancy – Strickland Ward

    Following the resignation of Cllr Jonathan Owen, there is a Casual Vacancy in the Town’s Strickland Ward. You can read the official notice here.

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  • Notice of Casual Vacancy – Co-option of a Councillor

    Following the sad death of Cllr Michele Miles, and the elapse of the statutory timetable for a by-election to be held, Kendal Town Council will be considering suitable applicants for Co-option to the vacancy in Kirkland Ward. Applications should be made in writing, including a statement of your suitability and a CV, to the Town […]

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  • Plans and Survey Launched to Improve Cycling and Walking in Kendal

      Plans to improve Kendal’s cycling and walking routes have been released by Cumbria County Council in partnership with South Lakeland District Council and Kendal Town Council.     A survey is now open until the 28th of May to find out the following: Would improved cycling routes connect you to the places you want […]

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  • Kendal Featured as a Northern Gem and Outdoor Active Destination

    Kendal Town Council’s promotional work via Visit Kendal has seen the Town featured as a ‘Northern Gem’ by Creative Tourist and outdoor hub by Outdoor Active. Creative Tourist is an arts and travel site which uncovers the best cultural events in some of the UK’s most creative destinations. In fact, over a million people read creativetourist.com […]

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  • Kendal Climate Change Jury – Final Report Released

      The facilitators of Kendal’s Climate Change Jury, Shared Future, have released a summary report detailing the background, process and recommendations of Kendal’s Citizens Jury. Read the full report via this link. The report thanks Jury members, funders and the volunteer support groups who made the Jury a success.   A Recommendations Panel, chaired by […]

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  • 20mph Supporters Meeting

    Circulating as requested by one of our local residents. Written by Paul Holdsworth.   20mph Supporters Meeting Zoom – Thursday 8thApril at 7.30pm Come to a free zoom meeting for 20mph supporters aimed at building teamwork to persuade Cumbria County Councillors and Police to support 20mph as normal. Fight together as a team to win […]

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