Welcome to Penrith Partnership

Saturday, 10 October 2015 11:47

Improving Penrith together

Penrith Partnership on Facebook Penrith Partnership brings people together to improve our characterful market town in the beautiful Eden Valley in Cumbria.

We work with other local groups and residents to help make Penrith an even better place to live, work and visit. 

The projects we've tackled together have enhanced our town - from landscaping and lighting to planters and street furniture.

Our ethos is very much 'by the community, for the community'. The projects we do are driven by what local people tell us they want.

Penrith at a glance

15,000 people live in the town of Penrith.
Penrith lies in the centre of Cumbria, earning its name of 'Heart of Cumbria'. It's between the Lake District and Pennines, just a few minutes from the M6 at Junction 40.
The poet William Wordsworth's mum was from Penrith and he spent his early childhood in the town.
Penrith hosts several large events each year, including a May Day Carnival, Penrith on a Plate (part of Eden Food & Farming Festival) and Winter Droving, famed for its spectacular lantern parade.

Imagine a new vision for Penrith

If you live or work in Penrith, you can probably think of things you like about the town and things that should change and improve. Penrith Partnership is creating a Community Plan to guide the town’s development over the next five years and it will be based on what the community wants and needs.

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Imagine a new vision for Penrith

Happening now

Events, signage, paving and lighting are among the projects we’re working on this year.

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Penrith Partnership happening now: Giant's Grave information board

What we've done

We’ve made lots of enhancements in recent years, from seating places to green spaces.

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Penrith Partnership successes

Community groups

Penrith is served by many community groups, charities, clubs and support networks.

Browse groups

PACT stall at Penrith on a Plate

Explore Penrith

How well do you know Penrith? Uncover its secrets with the Rotary Club’s circular trail.

View trail Penrith history

Explore Penrith