Kendal Town Council

NEWS


  • Town Council backs Manifesto for Football

    Kendal Town Councillors voted to support the principles in Fair Game’s manifesto ‘Solutions for our National Sport’ at their council meeting on Monday night. Town Mayor, Cllr Doug Rathbone said, ‘the council is delighted to support this initiative, which reflects the value of football at the very heart of our communities’. The motion was brought […]

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  • New Town Councillors elected and co-opted

    Kendal Town Council has filled the vacancies caused by the death of Cllr Michele Miles (Kirkland Ward) and the resignation of Cllr Jon Owen (Strickland Ward). At a meeting of the Full Council on 6 September, Kath Teasdale was co-opted to fill the Kirkland vacancy. In a by-election on 23 September, Phil Walker was elected […]

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  • Newsletter is delivered to 15000 homes

    Kendal Town Council’s latest newsletter has been delivered to 15,000 homes across the town. Please follow this link to read it online. To request a copy please contact office@kendaltowncouncil.gov.uk

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  • By-elections in Strickland Ward and SLDC’s Kendal North

    There will be a by-election in the Town Council’s Strickland Ward on Thursday 23 September 2021. You can read the formal notice here: SPN-NOP-SPS-strickland. There will also be a by-election in the corresponding Kendal North ward for South Lakeland District Council. You can read about this, and the electoral process generally, here.

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  • Notice of Election: Strickland Ward

    Following the resignation of Cllr Jon Owen, there will be a by election in the Town’s Strickland Ward. You can read the formal notice here: notice-of-election-ktc-strickland

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  • 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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