The village of Threlkeld in Cumbria is situated in the Northern Lake District, 4 miles east of Keswick and 14 miles west of Penrith beneath Blencathra mountain. Threlkeld Web is run for the Parish Council and provides all you need to know about local news, information and what's on in and around Threlkeld and runs alongside the existing "Beneath Blencathra" newsletter.

Date: 
Tuesday, 10 February, 2015 - 17:30

10th February: State of Affairs in the Holy Land

Come and give your views, listen to others' views, talk about what we can do and what others are doing.

Jo Alberti will use images and her own experiences to explore the origins and nature of the current conflict between Palestinians and Israelis.

Date: 
Sunday, 22 February, 2015 - 10:00 to 15:00

A four hour training session, run by St John's Ambulance, will be held in the village hall on Sunday 22nd February (10.00am to 15.00 with one hour break for lunch)

Date: 
Thursday, 26 February, 2015 - 19:30

Guest speakers from Eden Housing Association

 

United Utilities attended the January Parish Council meeting and gave a presentation of the future works for a pipeline from Bridge End WTW to Bridekirk WTW.

See attached pdf

Minutes of the Threlkeld Parish Council Meeting held at Threlkeld Village Hall, on Tuesday 20 January 2015 at 7.30pm

Present:  Cllr Carolyn Cripps chaired the meeting with Cllr Guy Duxbury, Cllr Roger Bragg, Cllr Mick Le’Huray, Cllr Dot Benson, Cllr Madeleine Singleton, Cllr Les Dalzell and Cllr John Pickering attended

Members of Public

None

Minutes of the Threlkeld Parish Council Meeting held at Threlkeld Village Hall, on Tuesday 18 November 2014 at 7.30pm

Present:  Cllr Carolyn Cripps chaired the meeting with Cllr Donald Angus, Cllr Roger Bragg, Cllr Dot Benson, Cllr Madeleine Singleton, Cllr Les Dalzell and Cllr John Pickering attended

Members of Public

Mr M Le’Huray

Mr S Cresswell

If you are visiting the village, please park considerately.

Car parks are located at:

- Dickney car park on Blease Road

- top of Blease Road,beyond the Blencathra Centre, ideal for walkers

- the Village Hall (patrons only)

- Cricket Club on A66

On road parking is also available on the Burns road, on the opposite side of the A66, and on Station Road.

White bags - Mondays

Blue bags - Fridays

Bank Holiday weeks collection will be a day later

Please do not put your rubbish bags or recycling ouit until the morning of the collection day

For Threlkeld Quarry wheelie bin collections, Thursday early morning.

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