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The town council has 18 volunteer, unpaid councillors. Some of the councillors are also South Lakeland District and Cumbria County Council Councillors. The town council looks after Sir John Barrow's Monument on Hoad Hill and Sir John Barrow's cottage at Dragley Beck. It manages 300 allotments at 7 sites throughout the town, together with a public toilet situated at The Gill, bus shelters and 'squirrel'benches, christmas lighting and town dressing, green spaces at Gill Banks and Little Hoad and the Laurel and Hardy statue. It has a programme of grants for community groups. The town is twinned with Albert in Northern France and has an active twinning association and has partnered as a friendship town with Harlem in Georgia, birthplace of Oliver Hardy.
Report a problem on highways, pavements, lighting or drains to Cumbria County Council:
Visiting Ulverston? These links will give you a guide to everything the town has to offer, speciality shops, pubs and restaraunts, plus the towns festivals, together with a programme for the Coronation Hall and Ford Park. We've also linked to the Visit Cumbria website for accommodation including hotels, guests houses and self catering.
Choose UIverston: http://www.chooseulverston.co.uk/
2017 Festival and Town Guide + Town Map.
Whats on at the Coronation Hall: http://www.corohall.co.uk/events/whats-on/
Whats on at Ford Park:http://www.ford-park.org.uk/home.asp
Where to stay in Ulverston and South Lakeland: http://visitcumbria.com/accommodation/
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