Dalston Parish Council

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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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07 September 2021
News
Events

The next Makers Market will take place on Saturday the 18th September between 9am-1pm in the Victory Hall.

Refreshments will be available. 

06 September 2021
News
 The external audit of the Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2021 has now been completed Download PDF File Here Download PDF File Here Download PDF File Here...
03 September 2021
News
Covid19
The September issue is now available to view  Download PDF File Here...
07 September 2021
News
Events

The next Makers Market will take place on Saturday the 18th September between 9am-1pm in the Victory Hall.

Refreshments will be available. 

06 September 2021
News
 The external audit of the Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2021 has now been completed Download PDF File Here Download PDF File Here Download PDF File Here...
03 September 2021
News
Covid19
The September issue is now available to view  Download PDF File Here...
16.28°C

Dalston, GB

Overcast Clouds Humidity: 75%
Wind: WNW at 0.97 M/S
Thursday
12.32°C / 20.82°C
Friday
13.74°C / 23.06°C
Saturday
15.17°C / 23.1°C
Sunday
15°C / 21.71°C

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Upcoming Events

12
Oct
Primrose Hall, Gaitsgill
Dalston Parish Council Meeting