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White Stuff Kendal
21 Finkle Street
Kendal
Cumbria
GBR
LA9 4AB
Phone: 01539 727 508
Opening times:
Mon09:00 - 17:30
Tues09:00 - 17:30
Weds09:00 - 17:30
Thurs09:00 - 17:30
Fri09:00 - 18:00
Sat09:00 - 18:00
Sun10:00 - 17:00
Welcome to White Stuff Kendal
What's in this shop: Kids areaSeating areaLocal Stuff (noticeboard)Dog bowlTea trolleyWifi
Sweet shop About our store facilities

Our Community

Wednesday 5th November from 7.30pm - Kendal Castle Fireworks Display

Everyone is welcome and there is no admission charge.

Sunday 16th November - Kendal Christmas Lights Switch On

There are lots to see and do at this year’s Christmas lights switch on. With a festive market, live entertainment, meet Santa and his reindeer. There is also the Santa dash

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Thursday 20th - Saturday 23rd November - Kendal Mountain Festival

It is an internationally-known event, attracting film premieres from around the globe. Film makers, TV producers, adventurers, climbers and world-class lecturers gather to take part in four packed days of the very best films, speakers, books and exhibitions covering all aspects of mountain and adventure sports culture.

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Our Activities

Throughout November- Kendal Mountain Photo Competition

Enter your favourite outdoor photo into our competition to win a fantastic prize. The winner will be announced 29th November

Thursday 20th - Saturday 23rd November- Recycle, reward and re use

If you have any unwanted outdoor clothing you no longer require then we will be collecting these in store throughout the mountain festival on behalf of the Bendrigg Trust. In exchange for the clothing you’ll be treated in store

Our Charity


Registered Charity no. 508450

About Bendrigg Trust
Bendrigg Trust is a residential, outdoor education centre based in Old Hutton near Kendal. Working specifically with groups of disabled and disadvantaged young people, the charity promotes independence, encourages inclusion and builds self-confidence through the provision of activity courses, holidays and day trips.

Bendrigg Trust runs courses for over 3,000 disabled and disadvantaged young people every year. The charity brings out hidden potential in young people through their involvement in a wide range of adventurous activities they never thought possible, due to disability or social disadvantage.

How White Stuff funding is used

  • To cover the charity’s core costs, thereby enabling Bendrigg Trust to continue giving young people unforgettable and life-changing opportunities.

  • www.bendrigg.org.uk

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