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Community Events      

CLUBS, SOCIETIES & VENUES

THESE PAGES ARE CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Cartmel is the centre for an ever widening range of community based projects offering a wealth of annual events. The development and administration of this page is being funded and supported by Lower Allithwaite Parish Council.

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1st Grange & Cartmel Scout Group     

There are over 28 million Scouts worldwide in 216 countries with nearly 500,000 in the UK.

The Purpose of Scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

The 1st Grange & Cartmel Scout Group meets at the South Lakeland Scout Base in Cartmel Park.  The Group includes:

Beaver Scout Colony for young people aged 6 to 8 years.

Beavers meet on Wednesday evenings from 1730 until 1845

Cub Scout Pack for young people aged 8 to 10.5 years.

Cubs meet on Tuesday evenings from 1800 until 1930

Scout Troop for young people aged 10.5 to 14 years.

Scouts meet on Wednesday evenings from 1930 until 2100.

In addition to those who support Scouting in uniform there is a team, lead by the Group Chairman who raise the funds, manage the hiring of the Base, maintain the premises and equipment and provide general support.  These are managed through the Group Executive Committee. To make an offer of help or to join please contact the Group Scout Leader – Barbara Leader on 015395 33270.

Explorer Scouts

The Group is part of Kendal District which operates the Grange & Cartmel Explorer Scout Unit for 14 to 18 year olds.  The Grange & Cartmel Group host and support this Unit.  Each Section of the Group has a team of uniformed Leaders who provide the activities for the young people. The Unit is lead by Jon Thedham, 015395 34979.

South Lakeland Scout Base

The Group lets its home the South Lakeland Scout Base which consists of a hall, committee room, kitchen and toilet.  To obtain further details please contact the Bookings Secretary – Tim Leader on 015395 33270 or by emailing timleader@ktdbroadband.com

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Cartmel Peninsula Local History Society

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Cartmel Agricultural Society

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Cartmel Cricket Club

Cartmel Cricket Club was established in 1852 and has always played in the middle of the historic racecourse. The Club enters two senior sides in the Westmorland Cricket League, playing mainly on Saturday afternoons, and there is a healthy junior section with ECB-qualified coaches offering training and competitive matches to younger players up to the age of 16.
 
New players and supporters always welcome - for further information, please visit our website (www.cartmelcricket.co.uk) or contact the Hon Secretary, Mike Hemming, 3 The Fold, Cark in Cartmel, Grange over Sands, Cumbria LA11 7PA (telephone 01539-559200 or e-mail m.hemming@virgin.net)

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Cartmel & District Association Football Club

Cartmel & District AFC was first established just after the First World War but was reconstituted in the 1930's, since which time it has competed in the North Lancs and District Football League. It has a proud record of success in the League, notching up 9 Premier League championships in 12 seasons between 1987 and 1998, more recently finishing runners-up in 2009-2010. Both the first team and the reserves have won a number of cup competitions (one for each team in 2009-2010).
 
For a small village club, we are well organised and have recently applied for the FA's Charter Standard qualification (if successful, this will recognise that we are run to FA-approved standards). On the junior side, our "feeder" club is Grange & District Juniors.
 
New players and supporters always welcome - for details, please contact the Hon Secretary, Mike Hemming, 3 The Fold, Cark in Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands LA11 7PA (telephone 01539-559200 or e-mail m.hemming@virgin.net)

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Cartmel Village Society

Go to the Village Society Pages on this website for details of aims, events and committee members.

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Cartmel and District Flower Club meet regularly in the village hall.  Guests and new members are always welcome

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Cartmel Mother And Toddler Group - Park House Park View Cartmel Grange-Over-Sands LA11 6QF, Tel: 015395 36565

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Bookings enquiries for Cartmel Village Hall should contact Mike Bates on: 015395 35345 Mobile: 07794 682 525

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Cartmel Institute Devonshire Square Cartmel Grange-Over-Sands LA11 6QD (opposite the Priory front gates) also has a meeting room for about 40 people. Booking enquiries for Cartmel Village Institute should contact Janet Wilkin on 015395 33147

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Cartmel Women's Institute

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Cartmel Peninsula Recreational Trust LTD.- Registered No. 03407936. MYRTLE BANK MAIN STREET, GRANGE OVER SANDS, CUMBRIA LA11 7AY, LA11 7AY

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Cartmel Indoor Bowls and Dominoes

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Holker Village Hall Club

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