The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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POLICE are investigating a public order incident which occurred on Battebarrow, Appleby.
TWO vehicles in Long Marton, near Appleby, were damaged in the early hours of Sunday (June 25).
A WOMAN has died following a suspected cardiac arrest in Penny Rock Wood near Grasmere.
CARUS Green golf club has held an opening ceremony to celebrate its expansion with a modern, new extension.
THOUSANDS of racegoers and music fans are getting ready for what promises to be a sensational weekend as Tom Jones will play his first concert in the South Lakes in 50 years.
A TOP American folk band with a huge cult following are to play in Kendal on American Independence Day, in a gig arranged at very short notice by music promoter and record label manager Bill Lloyd.
FRIDAY (June 30) marks the 80th anniversary of the 999 emergency number and in a bid to mark the day, North West Ambulance Service’s (NWAS) Communications Team will attempt to tweet 999 of the 4,000 emergency calls the Trust receives each day.
What's on this week ...
A GUIDE dog will take a supporting role at one of the Diocese of Carlisle’s Ordination services this weekend.
ARTS organisations from across the region have been given a positive boost on the funding front.
THURSDAY: Bootleggers, Kendal: Blondie Tribute. Burgundys, Kendal: Luca Brasi Four . Unicorn Inn, Ambleside: Open Mic Night. Coronation Hall, Ulverston: Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain.
RAILWAY staff from across the North West are standing together today (June 28) to reinforce the message that everyone has the right to travel safely whatever their race, religion, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other perceived difference.
A SOUTH Lakeland town is gearing up for its 'biggest family event of the year' this weekend.
AN educational fishing trip in Morecambe Bay has helped staff from a Cumbria based hotel group to land the perfect catch for a Seafood Festival this weekend.
A NEW footpath has opened which will make it safer for children to get to and from school in Kirkby Lonsdale.
A DILAPIDATED and damaged building which has attracted complaints in an Eden town has been tidied up after legal notices were served on the owner.
A MAN has been handed a jail term after he was arrested in possession of a flick knife on a train at Oxenholme station.
LANCASHIRE has a new Deputy Lieutenant - Steve Finnigan, who retires as the county's chief constable tomorrow (Thursday).
Cumbria County Council is being asked to review the controversial Windermere Ferry ticket machines at its first meeting since the elections in May.
Here is the latest on the local roads at 8.15am: