COMP: £1000 giveaway at Kendal Wall Shop Online

The winners of the typo competition are:

1st prize: Graeme Hammond

Runners up: Joe Norris, Dave Norris, Will Stone, Nathan Thomas, Rowan Moys, Elizabeth Thomas, Eli Lassman, Rebecca Ting, Katie May, Emma McHardy

Kendal Wall Shop, 79 kb

Last week we were giving away 10% during our launch week. This week we now have two further promotions at Kendal Wall Shop Online.

£1,000 To Win

By way of introducing all those virtual shoppers out there to shopping online at Kendal Wall, we are running not one but two promotions with a total prize giveaway of £1000.

The Typo Competition: £100 First Prize Plus 10 Free Kendal Wall Memberships

The first promotion is a prize draw with a £100 voucher to use anywhere at Kendal Wall, now that's a lot of cake and coffee, or something nice and shiny at the shop or even one of our many Kendall Wall Courses either outdoors or indoors.

So how do you enter the prize draw? Within our new Kendal Wall Shop online website we have 10 known speling errors (joke!).

All you have to do is go to and read through the text and find the errors, you never know you might even be tempted to buy something. Grammatical errors do not count but we'd still love to hear about them - you can only check copy so many times!

Added to this 10 runners up will each receive a free Kendal Wall membership worth £25, members at the wall benefit from discounted entry and 10% discount in Kendal Wall Shop.

Enter Here

Email the 10 errors to by 31 October 2012.

Spend £50 At Kendal Wall Shop Online And Get A Wild Country Nitro Quickdraw FREE (worth £16.50)

The second promotion is a GIVEAWAY to the first 50 customers to spend £50 online will receive a free Wild Country Nitro quickdraw worth up to £16.50. So when you spend £50 you will get your postage paid and you also get a free quickdraw - winner. With this purchase you will also be entered into the prize draw.

The closing date for the typo competition will 31 October 2012. The competition is not open to members of staff or relatives of the Lakeland Climbing Centre. Winners will be notified by email early in November 2012.

Come and Check Out The NEW Kendal Wall

FROM ABOVE: Kendal main walls: an extension to the original making it now 24.5m and a new 18m King Kong Wall
UKC Gear, Oct 2011
© Kendal Wall

Our new training room, 139 kb
Our new training room
Routing Roof now open!, 65 kb
Routing Roof now open!
© Kendal Wall, Nov 2011
The Creamery Cafe welcomes you., 222 kb
The Creamery Cafe welcomes you.
UKC Gear, Sep 2011
Fifth Floor Marmot Bouldering Loft, 129 kb
Fifth Floor Marmot Bouldering Loft
© LWimages

The Lakeland Climbing Centre has undergone a massive re-development to extend and enhance our facilities. Phase Two of the development is now complete and the Climbing Centre extends over 5 levels offering a range of climbing and bouldering areas and activities to suit everyone.

We have added a dedicated training room, a family-friendly room for beginners to intermediate climbers (The Den), an enormous new bouldering room (The Marmot Loft), Creamery Cafe, new reception area and two conference/meeting rooms as well increasing the number of leading lines to over 60 and extending our main wall to a height of 25m making us the tallest indoor climbing wall in the country.

All our developments have enabled us to extend the scope of our services which now include yoga classes, catered birthday parties, conference facilities and social functions. We intend to extend our facilities further to include a via ferrata and thrilling zip wire descent.

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