The multi-storey car park on Blackhall road.
Kendal is a market town and civil parish within the South Lakeland District of Cumbria, England. It is 40 miles (64 km) south of Carlisle, on the River Kent, and has a total resident population of 27,505, making it the third largest settlement in Cumbria (behind Carlisle and Barrow).
Historically a part of Westmorland, Kendal today is known largely as a centre for tourism, as the home of Kendal mint cake, and as a producer of pipe tobacco and tobacco snuff. Its buildings, mostly constructed with the local grey limestone, have earned it the nickname the Auld Grey Town. (wiki)
Nem mellesleg egy immigrant-free zone.
A festői és ősi és tündibüngyi kőváros, Kendal méltánytalanul elhanyagolt látnivalói: a buszmegálló előtti parkoló, valamint a középkori városkának álcázott Westmorland bevásárlóközpont buszmegállóval kombinált parkolóháza. Jaj.
|Kendal car parking|
|Kendal by day|
|Kendal by night|
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Kendall Bus Station, Blackhall Road
és egy kis színes, a bevándorlók gazdagítják a befogadó nemzetet, békés egymás alatt élés:
A NATIONAL Express coach destined for London was delayed for an hour in Kendal Bus Station when a family staged a sit-in protest.
Dina Barbier and her seven children, aged from two to 18, sat in the luggage compartment of the coach in the Blackhall Road depot after the driver refused to let them on the vehicle.
It is understood the driver would not let the family, from Kingston on Thames, on the coach due to their behaviour on the trip down to Kendal a few days before.
Police began negotiating with the family and during the incident a 17-year-old girl was arrested on suspicion of breaching the peace. Another girl, in her late teens, was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.
Both were released from police custody that day, with one reported for summons on an assault charge.
A National Express coach spokesperson said: “The police were called for assistance to help our driver after the decision was made some passengers weren’t able to travel due to inappropriate behaviour.
“The National Express support centre as a result arranged for onward travel for the family by other means.” (forrás: http://www.thewestmorlandgazette.co.uk)