The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 4 min 51 sec ago
THE Brexit Party came out on top as voters in the North West had their say in the European election.
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party is on course for victory in the European elections as the Tories and Labour suffered a backlash from voters.
TAKEN by Joseph Hardman, this image shows a woman and child enjoying the daffodils at Waterhead. You can see lots more images of this and other areas on our website www.lakelandmuseum.org.uk
Historian Arthur R. Nicholls examines the lives of more Kendal 'Worthies'.
Both the Conservatives and Labour are braced for a backlash from voters over Brexit as the results of the European elections are announced.
THE huge esteem with which a quiet South Cumbrian hill farmer was held was shown by the fact that more than 200 people attended his funeral at the Kendal church where he was a much loved stalwart.
NO ONE ever won an argument on Facebook. Online debate is dehumanising - it's not natural communication: your brain tells you you're not arguing with a person, so the aim is not to put forward a reasonable argument, but destroy the person you're 'debating' with. A question leads to an angry response, and before long, you've got a flame war on your hands. Everyone's fuming, and no one has changed their opinion on anything, they’re just more convinced that you're an idiot.
PICKING up the call from Palm Beach to be put through to Rod Stewart, there’s no mistaking the gravely tones of a musical icon who’s been honoured the world over, writes JOHN ANSON.
A FORMER soldier who was involved in the mission of securing Pegasus Bridge in 1944 has celebrated his 100th birthday.
Trans-Europe Express by Kraftwerk, released on Capitol/EMI records in 1977, value £40
DANIEL McGeorge, head chef at Ambleside’s Rothay Manor Hotel, has cooked his way to the semi-finals of the 2019 Craft Guild’s National Chef of the Year competition in June.
THE Westmorland Orchestra’s latest concert got off to a fine start as the whole orchestra launched into Schubert’s tuneful sixth symphony, writes CLIVE WALKLEY.
THE rain couldn't dampen the spirits of the racegoers as Cartmel's season got underway on Saturday.
FROM Australia to Brazil, India to Japan, a Lake District B&B has welcomed guests from 60 countries since opening four years ago.
Kendal Oral History Group aims to compile a picture of earlier times through the recorded memories of the area’s older residents. Doris Sharpe was born in 1929 and interviewed in 1999.
AM I the only person in the whole of the UK who is wholeheartedly cheesed off when offered (frequently) chargrilled (burnt) food?
Thousands of students are being let down by universities providing poor value degrees, the Education Secretary has warned.
Bargain-hunters looking forward to bank holiday markets and car boot sales have been warned to avoid fake or shoddy goods that could be harmful or leave them out of pocket.
A MAN has lost his fight for life after a crash on the A590 near Greenodd.
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