19 Wine Bar

Beer gardens and outside dining in Kendal

Posted on 27th March 2021

Spring is here, the weather is warming up and with the UK’s roadmap in place, soon we’ll be allowed to eat and drink outside at venues with outside space. From 12th April, we’ll see businesses begin to open, with further restriction easing in May. If you’re looking for an outside drink or dining this summer […]

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kendal walking festival

Kendal Walking Festival Dates and Line-up Revealed

Posted on 18th March 2021

Surrounded by stunning scenery Kendal makes a brilliant base for those who enjoy walking. It’s a 5-minute drive into the Lake District National Park and just 20 minutes from the Yorkshire Dales. Kendal, once home to Britain’s most famous walking writer A Wainwright, has a lot to offer including a fascinating heritage, shopping, culture, eating […]

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Quaker Tapestries

Explore Innocent Food and Drink at the Quaker Tapestry Museum

Posted on 10th March 2021

Have you visited Kendal’s Quaker Tapestry Museum? The Quaker Tapestry Museum is a stunning collection of 77 embroidered panels. The colourful tapestry panels measure 63.5cms x 53.3cms and are made using a mix of five ancient stiches and a new one, invented for the project. The ‘Quaker Stitch’ is now used by embroiderers around the world. World […]

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Kendal Castle

Staycation destination for 2021

Posted on 3rd March 2021

Staycations are firmly back on the map and with many of us missing out on holidays in 2020, accommodation in popular UK resorts is filling up fast for summer 2021. Kendal makes the perfect destination for your 2021 staycation, whether your looking for a weekend of retail therapy and fascinating heritage or an adventurous week […]

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