Latest Parish News
Latest news and updates from the area.
Results of Parish Consultation on Budget December 2019
The results of the recent consultation are now available. The paper has been prepared by Simon Smith, Clerk, and will be discussed by the Parish Council at its extraordinary meeting on 16 December Caldbeck Parish Hall at 7:30 pm. All are welcome to attend. Papers are on the Key Document page: http://www.caldbeck.org.uk/parish-council/key-documents/ Links to the […]read more
Aladdin, the Pantomime
CALDBECK PLAYERS : ALADDIN THE PANTOMIME Caldbeck Players presented Aladdin the Pantomime in Caldbeck Parish Hall on January 22, 23 and 24 with a cast of all ages from 7 to 70. The audience were met by the colourful spectacle of Persian minarets designed and painted on the backcloth by Rebecca Brockbank followed later by […]read more
Carol Singing around Caldbeck Parish – the 76th year: Christmas 2018.
Thank you to everyone involved, young and old, in the Carol Singing around Caldbeck Village on the evening of the 18th December. We were able to form two groups for the village but couldn’t muster a third group to go around the farms or Upton. Maybe next year we’ll have a few more singers and […]read more
Christmas Tree Festival at St Kentigern’s Church 30 Nov, 1 Dec, 2 Dec 2018
“Memories of Christmas” at St Kentigern’s Church, Caldbeck Friday 30 Nov – Sunday 2 December 2018 There were 27 Christmas trees and other exhibits decorating the Church People came together from all over the Benefice to help with a host of activities: decoration of trees, making garlands and swags, preparing and serving refreshments, reciting monologues, […]read more
Caldbeck Area Film Society 2018-19
Caldbeck Area Film Society (CAFS) 2018/19 Caldbeck Village Hall Films start 7.30pm. Suppers start 6.00 pm September 14th The Post PG13 117mins Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep impress as Washington Post bigwigs fighting to expose government lies about the Vietnam war in Steven Speilberg’s timely drama. October 12th Isle of Dogs PG 13 97 mins […]read more