Free car parking in run up to Christmas 

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16 November 2016

We are offering free car parking on our pay and display car parks and the Westmorland Shopping Centre Car Park on Sundays in the run up to Christmas.

The free Sunday parking offer will apply on the following dates:

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Sunday, 4 December 2016

Sunday, 11 December 2016

Sunday, 18 December 2016 

The offer applies to all pay and display car parks and the Westmorland Shopping Centre Car Park operated by us in the district, with the specific exceptions of Sedbergh Parish Council’s Joss Lane and Loftus Hill pay and display car parks and the Kendal Brewery Arts Centre pay and display car park.

No contract permit-holder only car parks are included in the offer.

The following car parks we operate will be subject to the free parking offer:


  • King Street
  • Lake Road
  • Low Fold
  • Miller Bridge 
  • Rydal Road



  • Braithwaite Fold
  • Ferry Nab
  • Glebe Road
  • Quarry Mount
  • Rayrigg Road



  • Berners Close
  • Hampsfell Road
  • Kents Bank Road
  • Main Street
  • Windermere Road



  • Red Bank Road



  • Blackhall Road
  • Booths supermarket
  • Dowkers Lane
  • Highgate (Bowman)
  • Parish Church
  • Library Road
  • Peppercorn Lane
  • Kendal Museum
  • Kendal College
  • Sandes Avenue
  • South Lakeland House
  • Westmorland Shopping Centre


Kirkby Lonsdale

  • Booths supermarket
  • Market Square
  • New Road (number 1 and number 2)



  • Beetham Road
  • Park Road



  • Brewery Street
  • Buxton Place
  • Daltongate
  • Stockbridge Lane
  • Theatre Street
  • The Gill



  • Broad Street
  • Rayrigg Meadow


Councillor Graham Vincent, our Portfolio Holder for the Economy, said: “We are committed to helping our towns and villages to thrive commercially and this offer has been made to help support our high streets and shoppers at one of the busiest times of the year.

"There is so much to celebrate in our town and village centres and there are some wonderful, diverse and unique shops to explore. Hopefully this initiative will encourage more people to shop local this Christmas."