Gala Dinner

Posted on 10th December 2018

Enjoy a four course meal at the Stonecross Manor Hotel with professional singer John Penn and a disco dance the night away.

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Kendal Calling

Posted on 6th March 2021

Music Festival with top headline acts and entertainment for all of the family.

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Kendal Cycle Club Saturday Ride

Posted on 10th October 2021

Any person who wishes to join the club ride, but hasn’t experience of cycling with a club, must come along to one of our non-members’ introductory rides. These are held on the first Saturday of the month, 9:30 am at the Leisure Centre and pre-registration is required. Non-members can take part in one ride. If […]

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Farmers' market

Kendal Farmer’s Market

Posted on 18th October 2019

Kendal Farmers Market is held in the Market Place in Kendal on the last Friday in each month from 9:30 to 3:30pm. The perfect stop for fresh local produce and local gifts.

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Guided Walk: Sizergh Fell

Posted on 31st May 2020

Enjoy a 1.5 mile guided walk on Sizergh’s farmed estate. Discover important archaeological sites (including a pre-historic burial mound) and glimpse the incredible views over Morecambe Bay. Sizergh Fell’s limestone grassland is teeming with life, from diverse grasses and flowers to invertebrates and birds – all who thrive here thanks to the light grazing of […]

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Sizergh – One place, One Family, 800 Years

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In a new film showing in the house in 2020, join Henry Hornyold-Strickland as he delves into the Strickland family archives and explains how he feels about his role as archivist of Sizergh. Closed on Mondays. Free admission with National Trust membership.

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Sizergh Guided Walk: Helsington Church

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Enjoy a 1.5 mile guided walk through ancient trees and historic landscape. This short walk to Church Fell highlights the diverse nature of the Sizergh estate as you explore farmland, ancient woodland, wood pasture, orchards and wetlands. You’ll be rewarded with breath-taking views: look out from St John’s Church over the Lyth Valley and Lakeland […]

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Opening of the Strickland Family Chapel

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Still used by the Strickland family after 750 years, the chapel will be open for a limited time in 2020. The Strickland’s Catholic faith has been integral to the history of the family, experience the heart of this home for yourself. FREE admission with National Trust membership.

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Explore our Beer, Wine & Food Trail

Curious About Kendal

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These daily heritage walks are a great way to find out more about Kendal. There are two different routes to pick from for the self-guided tour, one from Kirkland to the Town Hall (1.5 miles) and the other from The Town Hall to the Art Gallery (1 mile). You will get a detailed route map, […]

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Two Day Embroidery Workshop – Harvest Mouse

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This exclusive two day workshop provides you with the six basic crewelwork stitches used within the Quaker Tapestry. In a relaxed and friendly environment our tutors will guide you through the stitches. Helping you work towards an embroidered picture to finish at home. No experience necessary. All materials, equipment and refreshments are included. FREE entry […]

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Caffrey, McGurk & Madge at Lake District Folk & Acoustic Club

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A trio from Lancashire performing contemporary and traditional songs and music with guitar and concertina accompaniment. All 3 have been active locally on the folk scene for many years , as solo performers and in various line ups (Bandersnatch, Th’antiques Roadshow) Robin Madge is also a very talented songwriter. Nick (Caffrey) and Ed (McGurk) complete […]

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