Kendal Town Council

NEWS


  • Further Funding Success for Kendal’s Citizens Jury

    KENDAL GETS BEHIND ITS CLIMATE CHANGE CITIZENS’ JURY Yet again Kendal residents, visitors and businesses have rallied together to support their Citizens’ Jury. In just 14 days, a second Crowdfunder campaign raised £2,050 from 58 committed supporters. This money will be combined with £2,000 confirmed from Kendal Town Council and a further £2,000 allocated by […]

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  • Biodiversity grant launched for Kendal

    Kendal Town Council declared a climate emergency in 2019 and together with the Kendal Climate Change Citizens Jury this Biodviersity Grant represents some of the actions Kendal Town Council are taking to respond to the climate emergency. To apply please read the Biodiversity Grant Criteria here and complete this application form. Applications must be received […]

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  • Crowdfunder success for Kendal’s Citizens Jury!

    Yet again Kendal residents, visitors and businesses have rallied together to support their Citizens’ Jury. In just 14 days, a second Crowdfunder campaign raised £2,050 from 58 committed supporters. This money will be combined with £2,000 confirmed from Kendal Town Council and a further £2,000 allocated by South Lakeland District Council to launch the next […]

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  • Kendal Citizen’s Jury – Crowdfunder Launch

    The UK’s first ever Climate Change Citizens Jury at a town level has been a huge success! 20 Kendal residents have attended 10 Jury sessions to learn more about Climate Change in order to answer the question ‘What should Kendal do about Climate Change?’. To support the next step, the creation of a promotional film, follow […]

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  • 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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