South Lakeland District Council will be at the Victoria Hall, Grange-over-Sands on Monday 2nd March 2020 between 2 & 7pm, seeking stories, insights & information from residents & businesses on the history of Grange to feed in to the plans for the repair & refurbishment of the Promenade.
Officers will be on hand to talk through the proposals & learn more about the town's much loved promenade. Attendees will also have a chance to look at some visuals that are in development for the promenade works.
You can also submit comments online. Just search: Cumbria Citizen Space and click on: Grange Promenade Enhancements
Climate Conversations....how do WE change?
Join the climate change conversationHere at the Victoria Hall, Grange-over-Sands from 7 - 9pm tonight Thursday 27th February.
A new round of ‘Climate Conversations’ is being held to allow residents in South Lakeland the chance to have their say on issues around climate change and biodiversity loss.
These will be the third round of conversation events run by the council since 2018.
In that time we have:
For more information visit the website: https://www.southlakeland.gov.uk/news/join-the-climate-change-conversation/
Grange Town Council office will be closed from Friday 20 December until Monday 6 January.
The Voluntary Car Scheme provides transport to members of the community of any age (under 16's must be accompanied by an adult) who cannot make their journey by public or private transport
The Volunteer Co-ordinator receives the request for transport & then arranges the Volunteer Driver to provide the journey, collects & checks the claim forms & helps recruit drivers & publicise the scheme locally.
Volunteer Drivers use their own car & expenses are reimbursed.
if you are interested or would like more information, please contact: Katy on 07788 396194 or visit cumbria.gov.uk/voluntarycarscheme
Cumbria County Council - Serving the people of Cumbria
The Lake District National Park is looking at potential changes to it's southern boundary and will be holding a Drop In session for residents interested in Grange asking to be part of the National Park.
The Drop-in session will be held in the Victoria Hall here in Grange on Monday 1st July from 6 - 8pm
The Carnival Band will be performing in the Victoria Hall on Friday 17th May 2019 at 7.30pm.
From the riotous pre-Lent carnivals of medieval Europe to the midwinter revelry of the Lord of Misrule, The Carnival Band take us through the year, imaginatively weaving folk, historical and contemporary strands from England and abroad into a rich tapestry of seasonal celebration. Playing an extraordinary mix of instruments, their blend of folk, world, classical and contemporary influences defies definition. "Purists must have been squirming. The rest of us were having too much fun to care!" (York Press) www.carnivalband.com
Tickets: £12 available from Grange Information Centre either in person or Tel: 015395 34026
CLICK HERE for Grange South Ward Election Results May 2019
CLICK HERE to download the new summer bus timetable
Please note the Town Council Office will be closed on Easter Monday and will re-open at 10am on Tuesday 23 April. Happy Easter to you all
If you discover a damaged or missing manhole cover, please report it to United Utilities. Here is a link to the relevant part of their website:
Thursday 2 May is Election Day
Elections are for both South Lakeland District Council and Grange Town Council
All Grange residents, who are registered to vote, will be able to choose a District Councillor.
CLICK HERE to see who you can vote for to represent you at South Lakeland District Council.
Grange residents who live in Grange South Ward will be able to vote for up to four Town Councillors.
CLICK HERE to see who is standing to represent you at the Town Council.
The latest on the Lido site refurbishment:
South Lakeland District Council has been awarded £2.35m for the joint delivery of a series of projects in the Morecambe Bay area.
£1m is for SLDC to deliver enhancements to the Promenade and Lido.
Specifically, Grange-over-Sands will benefit from:
To read the letter received by the Town Council CLICK HERE
FRIENDS OF GRANGE LIBRARY invite you to be a BOOK GIFTER and share your love of reading with someone else.
Please donate a book (or books) and collect a token to receive a free book yourself. Simply drop a book in to the library or bring one along to the World Book Night event on 23rd April 2019.
WHERE: Grange Library
WHEN: 3.30 – 4.30 pm & 7.00 – 8.00pm
For more information about the event CLICK HERE
Grange Information is currently selling tickets for the following events:
Tickets for Ruddigore (13th April) expected soon
The Grange Information Centre at the Victoria Hall is a great way to get involved with our community. It's a hub for residents as well as visitors.
We are looking for people to join our friendly team of volunteers to help in the Information Centre. Training will be given, don't worry, you don't have to know everything about Grange before you volunteer!
Could you spare just 3 hours a week: either a morning or an afternoon?
We are open seven days a week in summer and any day you could help would be appreciated.
Call Lynne on 015395 34026 email email@example.com to find out more.
The Cross Bay Walks 2019 are being administered now by The Guide Over The Sands Trust. Contact them for more information on 015395 58555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
TODAY - Thursday 21 February - Top quality bedding and soft furnishings on sale today here in the Victoria Hall 10am - 6pm
MAKE A CHANGE, BECOME A TOWN COUNCILLOR
Grange Town Council is calling on residents who are passionate about our community to stand in the local elections in May this year.
Time is running out to get your tickets for this coming Friday's (Feb 22nd) Celtic Evening & Ceilidh. Tickets are £12 & include a pie & pea supper, plus pudding! and can be purchased from Grange Information Centre. Centre open 10am till 4pm or Tel: 015395 34026
All proceeds to Victoria Hall Support Group (VHSG)