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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Concern over Cumbrian brewery move

The owners of a Lake District microbrewery have sparked concern after applying for permission to relocate to a building next to flats.

Plans to move the Kirkby Lonsdale Brewery, with a new visitor centre and bar, into the centre of the town, have been met with concern from those in neighbouring Royal House.

“I’m concerned about noises and smells from the brewery,” said Joanna Castaldi, who owns and rents out one of the flats.

“They want to use a forklift truck to take deliveries from the road down a cobbled path that is used by children and elderly people. I don’t think it’s safe.”

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