St Bridget's Church Bridekirk
Main A594 Road Dovenby
Tallentire Village from the hill
Bridekirk Dovenby School
Lakes Fells from Tallentire Hill
Talletire looking South
Tallentire looking north
A panorama from Tallentire Hill towards the coast. Criffel in Scotland in the distance
Medieval St Bridget's
Bridekirk Parish Council, Cumbria
There is a proposal to lower the Dovenby speed limit.
More information is here
Please look at this and make your comments by following the links.
Comments must be received before May 21st.
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There is a planning application relating to the removal of the telephone instrument from the Tallentire telephone box. The Parish Council would intend to take over the telephone box and use it to house the defibriallator. Comments to Allerdale in support would make it more likely that his could move forward. To see the planning documentation click here. To comment click here.
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Bridekirk Parish is near Cockermouth and comprises the three villages of Bridekirk, Tallentire and Dovenby, with the surrounding countryside.
Latest Parish News
Dovenby Speed Limit Proposal
Cumbria County Council Proposal - A594 Dovenby - Speed Limit Reduction
The proposed changes are to reduce part of the existing 50mph speed limit to 40mph, through the village of Dovenby. This proposal comes as a result of an independent Engineering Safety Study carried out along the A594 Dovenby considering its history of collisions and their associated causation factors. The study indicated that a reduction in speed limit would help to prevent these types of collisions from occurring as frequently, should it be introduced.
This proposal does NOTinclude the Dovenby Craggs crossroads giving the access to Tallentire.
It has been suggested that the speed limit could also include the Tallentire turning at Dovenby Craggs.
Click here to view the Speed limit proposal map.
The public are able to give their views on the proposal by following this link here to comment.
Local Government Reform Consultation
|Yesterday, the government announced
an eight-week consultation into local government reorganisation in
Cumbria. They will now consulton all four unitary authority proposals put forward by Cumbrian councils in December.|
To study the full details, click here
To take part in the consultation click here