Staveley Community

Staveley Carnival
Staveley Carnival website
Staveley Carnival Community Arts Project is a festival of art and colour! A fantastic fusion of community arts, music, drumming, dance, puppetry, performance and carnival. The project runs biennially (every other year!) and encompasses a two-month workshop program culminating in a weekend of carnival festivities.

Village Hall
Staveley Village Hall website
Staveley Village Hall and Institute is a registered charity. Its purpose is to provide social and recreational facilities for the residents of the parish of Staveley with Ings. It owns and maintains the Village Hall and Institute and through a subsidiary charity it owns and maintains the Recreation Ground with its Pavilion and Children’s Playground. The two charities operate under the name Staveley Village Association.

Staveley School
Staveley School website

Friends of Staveley School
Friends of Staveley School website
The Friends of Staveley School is a community based organisation its aims are to promote and support activities and events in aid of Staveley School and the local community. This site contains the latest news from FOSS as well as details on upcoming events and projects.

Staveley Parish Church
St James C of E Church
Vicar – Shanthi Thompson.
The Vicarage, Kentmere Road, Staveley, LA8 9PA

Staveley with Ings Parish Council
Parish Council website

Village Website
Staveley Village website
StaveleyVillage.co.uk was developed by Wayne Gillies as a gateway for visitors to Staveley and its surrounding areas. The website also benefits locals as it aims to provide an interactive community that everyone can enjoy.

Staveley & District History Society
Staveley and District History Society
The Local History Society for the Westmorland Parishes of Over and Nether Staveley, Hugill and Kentmere

Gowan Stop And Go Group
The Gowan Stop and Go group are responsible for the survival and improvement of Staveley’s public loos after a threatened closure by South Lakeland District Council. Initial financial support came from a number of local businesses*, the Cumbria Community Foundation and funds held by the former Staveley Village Enterprises organisation.

Since the group took over the building on April 1st 2011, the toilets are opened, cleaned and closed on a daily basis by a team of volunteers, working to a regular rota. In November 2011 the project was ‘twinned’ with a toilet in rural Cambodia in hope that efforts to provide for basic needs would be matched.
-Winter closing time is approximately 5:00pm
-Summer closing time is approximately 7:00pm though it may be later

Please donate as generously as you can via our fundraising events, the contributions slot (on the right / Ladies side), or direct to our Treasurer, Mrs Sue Blythe, 14 Rawes Garth, Staveley, LA8 9QH. Many thanks from the group.

*Wilfs cafe, Staveley Antiques, More’s Bakery, Peter Hall, Howsons Interiors, Aiguilee, Fallowfields, Hawkshead Brewery , Lakeland Leisure Ltd.