Listed 14th Century dairy gets £120,000 revamp

Kendal's Castle Dairy The stone building is one of the oldest in Kendal

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One of Kendal's oldest building has been closed while it undergoes a £120,000 makeover funded by English Heritage.

The Castle Dairy is a Grade I listed stone structure in Wildman Street which dates back to the 14th Century.

South Lakeland Council owns the building which is a restaurant - run by apprentices at Kendal College, as well as an art gallery.

The building, which is getting a new kitchen, is due to reopen on 25 March.

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