|Mon||09:00 - 17:30|
|Tues||09:00 - 17:30|
|Weds||09:00 - 17:30|
|Thurs||09:00 - 17:30|
|Fri||09:00 - 18:00|
|Sat||09:00 - 18:00|
|Sun||10:00 - 17:00|
Cartmel Show is always a firm favourite with both visitors and locals. The Show, held on the first Wednesday in August, offers a profusion of family entertainment packed into the picturesque parkland setting at Cartmel Racecourse. A traditional Country Show with its roots firmly within the agricultural community, Carmel Show provides the opportunity to sample the delights of rural life at its best.
The 116th annual sheep dog trials take place at Hill Farm at Ings, located between Windermere and Staveley, offering something for all the family
Kendal once again bursts into life with (mostly free!) street performances from across the world. On Saturday you can enjoy the delights of Mintfest on the Streets. Always one of the highlights of the festival, the whole town ripples with laughter as a tidal-wave of artists and performers roll onto the streets to offer daytime delights. Sunday’s programme is located predominantly around Abbot Hall Park. Bring a picnic or buy some treats from the catering stalls and soak up the ambience of park life whilst you enjoy a host of circus, dance, theatre and walkabout performances.
A charity bake sale will be held at our shop on Finkle Street. Come and join us for a cake and a cup of tea
Come and Hook a Duck at White Stuff in Kendal and win a prize. All money raised will go to the Bendrigg trust
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