Burneside

Burneside is a small village in South Lakeland in Cumbria, England.wikipedia
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River Kent

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It is located to the north of Kendal and to the south east of Staveley, on the River Kent, just upstream from the confluence of the River Sprint.
The river flows in a generally north to south direction, passing through Kentmere, Staveley, Burneside, Kendal and Sedgwick.

Staveley, Cumbria

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It is located to the north of Kendal and to the south east of Staveley, on the River Kent, just upstream from the confluence of the River Sprint.
But the village which had the strongest links to Staveley in more recent years is arguably Burneside which is the next stop on the railway line to the east on the way to Kendal.

Burneside railway station

Burneside
Burneside railway station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line, with services to Windermere to the north west, Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line, and Lancaster to the south.
Burneside railway station is in Burneside, Cumbria, England.

Kendal

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It is located to the north of Kendal and to the south east of Staveley, on the River Kent, just upstream from the confluence of the River Sprint.
There are still a number of industries based in the town, such as Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon (manufacturers of pumps and turbines), James Cropper paper makers (based in Burneside and who make, at no profit, the paper for the Remembrance poppies for The Royal British Legion ), Mardix (switchgear), Lakeland and Kendal Nutricare, who have a facility making baby milk in the north of the town.

River Sprint

Sprint
It is located to the north of Kendal and to the south east of Staveley, on the River Kent, just upstream from the confluence of the River Sprint.
It flows into the River Kent just to the south of Burneside.

Windermere railway station

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Burneside railway station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line, with services to Windermere to the north west, Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line, and Lancaster to the south.
Northern run a mixture of Class 185 and Class 156 diesel multiple units at a frequency of one per hour in each direction along the line, which runs through Staveley, Burneside, and Kendal, and then interchanges with Virgin Trains West Coast Main Line services at Oxenholme Lake District.

List of works by George Webster

George Webster
This Anglican church is mainly the product of a rebuild in the 1880s, although there was an earlier church on the present site designed by George Webster.

James Cropper (businessman)

James CropperJames Anthony CropperJames Cropper and Co
Until the year 2000 James Cropper (a descendant of the original James Cropper) owned a large proportion of the village; it was then sold to housing agencies.
Sir James Anthony Cropper KCVO (born 22 December 1938 ) is the former Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria and Honorary President of James Cropper plc, speciality paper makers, of Burneside, a business founded by his great-great grandfather James Cropper in 1845.

Listed buildings in Strickland Ketel

Plumgarths Cottages
The parish contains the villages of Burneside and Bowston, and is otherwise rural.

Burneside Paper Mills Tramway

The Burneside Tramway was initially a narrow gauge and later a standard gauge industrial railway serving the James Cropper paper mills around Burneside, Cumbria.

Margaret Cropper

Margaret Cropper (poet)
The fourth of five children, Margaret Cropper was born into a long-established Quaker family of Burneside, near Kendal, where she would live for the majority of her life.

Strickland Ketel

Strickland Kettle
The parish includes the village of Burneside.

South Lakeland

South Lakeland District CouncilSouth Lakeland DistrictSLDC
Burneside is a small village in South Lakeland in Cumbria, England. In 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, Burneside became a part of the South Lakeland district whose administrative centre is Kendal.

Cumbria

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Burneside is a small village in South Lakeland in Cumbria, England.

Wards and electoral divisions of the United Kingdom

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By the time of the 2011 Census Burneside had been transformed into an electoral ward only.

Windermere branch line

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Burneside railway station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line, with services to Windermere to the north west, Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line, and Lancaster to the south.

Oxenholme Lake District railway station

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Burneside railway station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line, with services to Windermere to the north west, Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line, and Lancaster to the south.

West Coast Main Line

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Burneside railway station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line, with services to Windermere to the north west, Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line, and Lancaster to the south.

Lancaster railway station

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Burneside railway station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line, with services to Windermere to the north west, Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line, and Lancaster to the south.

M6 motorway

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Burneside is around 10 mi from the M6 motorway.

Local Government Act 1972

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In 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, Burneside became a part of the South Lakeland district whose administrative centre is Kendal.

Tim Farron

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Burneside is part of Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency for which Tim Farron is the current member of parliament, representing the Liberal Democrats.

Liberal Democrats (UK)

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Burneside is part of Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency for which Tim Farron is the current member of parliament, representing the Liberal Democrats.

Christian school

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The only school in the village is St. Oswald's primary school, which is Church of England.

Peel tower

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It is a ruined 14th-century pele tower now attached to a farm house and outbuildings.