The editorial team is delighted to release the online version of the Harvest 2021 Parish News.
Next issue is due in November 2021
A colourful Parish News for Early Autumn is available here in A4 version.
Paper booklet copies are being delivered to houses for the first time in about 18 months.
There are also copies to pick up from a box situated outside Levens Village Shop.
Many thanks to all the volunteers who are delivering,
Please note that the Kendal Voluntary Social Car Scheme Co-ordinator has handed in her notice and the scheme will close from Sunday until we can find a replacement.
LVH Maintaince meet: 28th August 2021- could you give a couple of hours?
Although we know that we will have a new village hall, we want to make sure that the existing hall is practical and friendly to use. As we come out of the stricter COVID rules we are wanting helpers to give the hall a bit of a spruce. Come along for just an hour or if you can stay a bit longer that would be great.
We want to do some deep cleaning, a spot of painting and a bit of gardening – can you come along and help?
Time – 9.30am -4.30pm – We will provide some refreshments but please bring along your own lunch.
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April 2021 Parish News is available online and some also printed.
Happy Easter to Everyone!
Printed Parish News have also been distributed via Levens Primary School bookbags (with many thanks to school).
Also available to pick up from Levens Village Shop, and Easter Garden at St John’s Church this weekend
Roadworks are now confirmed to start on Church Road this Monday 1st February for Levens B4RN Project to move plant and make final inspections before starting to cut the road and verge on Tuesday 2nd February.
The first phase will be near the top – starting on the grass verge close to Greengate Gardens and working downhill.
The first few days will see some road crossings done on the upper section of Church Road so there will be some 2-way traffic management in place in this area.
Exciting times for our Levens B4RN Volunteers.
We wish them well
Levens Parish Council is pleased to see the interest on Facebook about the
possibility of creating a pedestrian route from the village down Levens Lane to the
junction of the A590.
The Parish Council shares this interest and has promoted the need to provide this
route for many years, as reported regularly in the Minutes of its meetings. Positive
interest from local residents is to be welcomed and lends weight to its already
substantial efforts to bring local authorities, statutory agencies, funders and local
stakeholders together to agree a viable and achievable proposal. As a result,
Cumbria County Council is now due to take this a stage further in the coming months
in a bid to prepare an acceptable plan that will assist the sometimes delicate
negotiations that are taking place. The Parish Council would stress that as with all its
work on behalf of the local community, it approaches this from a non-political standpoint.
In order to cross the final line and set Levens up for a January 'B4RN Village' Civils Construction we started a final appeal for £100,000 just over 2 weeks ago.
After a change in Government Vouchers funding levels we were able to use several Voucher Applications to knock another £24,000 from the target.
Other villagers keen to help us hit target and encoraged by a free connection and 5% return on capital have pushed us up to £63,000 with more share applications known to be in the post.
Please help get us over the line before Christmas and we look forward to a 4 month dig to connect Levens to Hyperfast Internet starting in January 2020. edit.
Jamie (12) and a few pals want to know what the teenagers of Levens would like to see in our playing fields. If you’re 9+ (or parent to a Levens young person), please complete this questionnaire and share your ideas!
Levens Playing Fields Pre-teen and Teenagers Questionnaire (google.com)
Lighting up Levens with 'A Rainbow of Hope' we are running a 'Rainbow Star Competition'
To add to the return of our Levens Christmas Tree we are asking families and households to join in and create a Rainbow Star to display at the front of their home in the window, garden conservatory . . . .
Prizes are being given for the best creation by Primary, Secondary and those old enough to have school as just a memory.
Entry Forms will be in a box on the green to notify our judjing team to come and look at your home - donations welcome in a jar.
We are continuing to run our Just Giving Page to not only pay for this years tree, decorations and lighting But to expand and continue to run this event every year.
Thank you to the fabulous donations received to take us to 96% of this years target, consider donating to help for this year and move forward to have funds held for years.to come.
If you have any news, comments, information or photos you would like to see on the website please contact us.