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KIRKBY-IN-FURNESS 

 

The "Roundhead" Village

 

SITUATED ON THE DUDDON ESTUARY, TO THE SOUTH OF THE LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK, KIRKBY IS A COLLECTION OF ATTRACTIVE HAMLETS  LYING ALONG SIDE THE A595, 

THE LONGEST ROAD IN THE COUNTY OF CUMBRIA

 

Kirkby residents who were actually born in the Parish of Kirkby Ireleth are given the name "ROUNDHEAD". 

This is taken from the practice in the slate quarries of rounding off the top of roofing slates. 

Some "ROUNDHEADS" refer to off comers as "SQUAREHEADS".

 

 

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 KIRKBY CHARITIES      

Weather Kirkby-in-Furness April in Kirkby  New Residents'"Welcome to Kirkby" booklet   CGP - Application Form

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information:

Neighbourhood Alerts  Phone Frauds   Frauds   Secure your email  Video Door Bells  April News Letter

Neighbourhood Watch February   March  

Citizens' Advice -   Energy Bills  Shop Safely   Help with Council Tax   Minimum Wage

Police Monthly Reports  January  February   March

Cumbria History  - February News Letter

Latest News: 10/04/2024  

Parish Council.

Please note that due to road works the next meeting of the Parish Council has been moved from 18th April to 25th April 2024 7.00 p.m. at Grizebeck Village Hall.

Moorland Stores and Post Office

The application to determine if prior approval is required for a proposed change of use of "redundent" post office to a residential property has been approved. The

reasons for approval can be read HERE

Community Centre.

Work on the new Children's Playground is due to start on Monday 15th April.

Warm Space Soup Lunch

The last Soup Lunch for the time being was held on Thursday 14th March. It was attended by twenty people who enjoyed either chicken broth or carrot and bacon soup (or both!). 

Thanks are due to Alyson from the Commercial Inn for providing the excellent soups over the winter months. Also to those who took portions to people who were unable 

to attend. Finally thanks to the Kirkby In Need Charity for financing this project. It is hoped that the Soup Lunch will begin again in October under a new name "SOUPA THURSDAY".

Land off A595, proposed nursery for Mr. M. Charnley - APPEAL REFUSED. Read the full decision by the Inspector here.   

Moorland Stores and Post Office  

The application to turn the Shop at Four Lane Ends into a domestic property has been refused. 

Kirkby Ireleth Relief in Need Charity.

The Trustees are attempting to provide help to those who are having financial difficulties. If you know of any one who may need help, especially with fuel costs, please contact 

any of the Trustees. Their contact details can be found here. All matters, will of course, be strictly confidential.  

Moorland Cottage 

Two parts of the Shop and Post Office development are on the market at the following: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/Kirkby-In-Furness.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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