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    Kirkby Stephen

    A vibrant community with a self sufficient identity.

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    Kirkby Stephen

    Cobbled yards, quaint corners and interesting shops.

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    Kirkby Stephen

    A traditional market town of historic buildings.

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    Kirkby Stephen

    An ideal stop off point for any journey.

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    Kirkby Stephen

    Breathtaking views in every direction.

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    Kirkby Stephen

    The River Eden, carving its way through Kirkby Stephen, on route to the Solway Firth.

Kirkby Stephen

A traditional market town of historic buildings, cobbled yards, quaint corners and interesting shops, ideally located in the beautiful Upper Eden valley, formerly the old county of Westmorland, now Cumbria. This is an area of Cumbria much less well known than the Lake District, but equally appealing. It is surrounded by a landscape of pastoral rural scenery and wild uplands and offers breathtaking views in every direction. Remotely located from large towns and population centres, Kirkby Stephen has developed a strong and self-sufficient identity and a vibrant sense of community.

Community and Council Centre

Kirkby Stephen Community and Council Centre is a unique and innovative establishment which has become a ‘one stop shop’ for local information, community support and access to services. Founded and managed by Kirkby Stephen Town Council, the Community and Council Centre provides information and services on behalf of all the local Councils, County, District and Town,as well as a wide range of general and local information, support and facilities.  

Kirkby Stephen Town Council

An active and forward thinking Council which represents and serves the local community. The Town Council aims to respond to the needs and aspirations of the people it represents and to undertake work which benefits the town and its residents. It is also active in addressing local issues, dealing with any problems which arise and generally ‘getting things done!’