The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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A MAN has been arrested by police after he barricaded himself and a woman inside a Barrow hotel room.
A CAMPAIGN to clean up South Lakeland's beaches has been launched, marking the creation of the first group dedicated to the cause in the region.
ONE of the Lake District’s longest-running tourism operators has unveiled plans to expand.
ROBBERS made off with keys to a jewellers after forcing their way into a woman's home last night (Thursday).
LETTER: Postpone work at the former New Road car park until after the May district council elections
A LOT of decisions have been made by the Lib Dem-controlled South Lakeland District Council recently. A lot of controversial decisions. No more controversial than New Road at Kendal.
A LAKE District photographer has been nominated for an award at Parliament for taking action to protect the planet from climate change.
A BURGLAR who broke into a Kendal scrap metal dealership and stole £3,000 worth of property has been sentenced by a judge.
A SHELTER offering hot meals and beds to the homeless over the winter closed its doors on Saturday (March 3).
Haffner Orchestra and Martin Roscoe, Great Hall, Lancaster University
THE number of people looking for new homes soared by 37 per cent in January, says the professional body for estate agents.
STAFF at a South Lakeland nature reserve have been left 'dismayed and shocked' after vandals attacked a sign worth almost £1,000.
LONGER opening hours for Carnforth library got the stamp of approval from Lancashire County Council's Cabinet.
BACK by popular demand, the Blues Cruise will be taking to the waters as part of this year's Bowness Bay Blues festival.
AN under threat community service that provides hot meals to elderly and housebound South Lakes residents has been saved thanks to a family run bakery.
A KENDAL man has reached the summits of all 214 Wainwright Fells in under four months.
CUMBRIA Police are currently dealing with an RTC on the A6 at Shap summit, near to the quarry.
A TECH savvy primary school in Dalton has been praised for providing a 'harmonious learning community' for its pupils.
AFTER successive second-placed finishes, Helm Hill runner Tom Addison took his first Kendal Winter League victory of the season at Cunswick Scar on Sunday.
I elected on Saturday, February 24, to watch Steam Locomotive 45699 Galatea head North through the Lune Gorge from Jeffreys Mount lay-by.
THIS walk starts with an energetic climb from Elterwater that is rewarded by brilliant views over Little Langdale, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. A highlight of the route is a circuit of Blea Tarn. This small mountain lake is a 'must see' for any visitor to the area. Its backdrop of famous fells, including the Langdale Pikes, make it a dream for photographers.