Amazing Response to Climate Change Crowdfunder!
Kendal Town Council’s crowdfunder for a Citizen’s Jury has already raised over 60% of funds needed with 115 supporters and just 14 days left. There are 47 comments from contributors, indicating a real belief in this process as a way of community engagement in our future. All these comments will be displayed at the Jury meetings. […]Read the full post >>
What should Kendal do about climate change?
In April 2019 Kendal Town Council declared a Climate Emergency and since then we have been looking at ways to implement change. A Citizen’s Jury is a central part of informing that change. Many Kendal residents are also worried about climate change. What are the impacts? What should we do? Who should do what? What […]Read the full post >>
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN OFFICIAL MACE BEARER?
Due to retirement, we are looking for two people interested in being the Mace Bearers for The Mayor of Kendal. The Mace Bearers are responsible for carrying the maces at our civic events. There are three such events each year – Mayor Making (3rd Thursday in May – evening), Mayor’s Sunday (1st Sunday in July – […]Read the full post >>
Kendal’s VE Day Commemoration
Kendal Town Council are working with the Royal British Legion and other interested groups in Kendal to organise VE Day Commemoration event(s) on Friday 8th May, which is now the date of the early May Bank Holiday. The Town Council have earmarked funding for the event. At this stage we are open to ideas including […]Read the full post >>
KENDAL TOWN COUNCIL PRECEPT FOR THE YEAR 2020/21
At the Kendal Town Council meeting held on 6th January 2020, Members discussed the Budget for the Financial Year 2020/21. Council voted in favour of an annual £3.79 rise in the Kendal Town Council element of the annual Band D Council Tax for Kendal residents. The majority of the increase is to contribute funding towards […]Read the full post >>
December fundraisers are a resounding success
Many thanks to all of you who joined us for the Mayor’s annual coffee morning which took place on Saturday 21st December at Kendal Town Hall. The event was a roaring success with £449.66 being raised for the Mayor’s Charities. Special thanks go to Kendal Concert Band and Tokari School of Theatre Arts for entertaining us. […]Read the full post >>