Dalston Parish Council

Covid 19 Info

Covid19 News & Updates

Local Issues

Fly Tipping, Pot Holes & Planning

Road Closures

Closures & Road Works
Prince Philip

We are very sorry to hear the sad news of the passing away of Prince Philip. He was a known for his forward thinking and the introduction of the Duke of Edinburgh Award which is a big legacy for youngsters to take advantage of. Our thoughts and sympathy is with the Queen and all her family at this very difficult time.

Ann Byers, Chairman 

Flowers can be laid at the flag poles if desired.

Welcome to Dalston Parish Council

Dalston parish is one of the larger ones in Cumbria with a population of 2590 (2011 census results) and covers a geographical area of about 11,900 acres (4,822 hectares). The Cumbrian Way passes through the parish and is used by walkers and general tourists alike all year-round.

It has several hamlets and Dalston village with the rivers Caldew and the Roe running through it. The Caldew is a site of special scientific interest. Both rivers have flood implications which are seen on an ever increasing frequency.

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11 May 2021
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11.26°C

Dalston, GB

Broken Clouds Humidity: 71%
Wind: SSW at 4.63 M/S
Thursday
8.83°C / 15.22°C
Friday
8.36°C / 12.32°C
Saturday
8.89°C / 12.64°C
Sunday
8.72°C / 13.18°C
9.44°C

Dalston, United Kingdom

Mostly Cloudy Humidity: 91%
Wind: E at 2.49 K/H
Thursday
4.44°C / 13.89°C
Friday
5.56°C / 13.89°C
Saturday
6.11°C / 12.78°C

Upcoming Events

18
May
Victory Hall 7.15pm
Annual Meeting Dalston Parish Council to take place in the Victory Hall on 18th May at 7.15pm