The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 35 min ago
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision on the M6 northbound carriageway at Kendal yesterday at around 11:15 am.
FORMER Kendal schoolboy Mark Wilson is living the dream – named as England’s player-of-the-series in last autumn’s Quilter international series.
THE winner of the competition among Facebook Camera Club members to have their photograph in next year's Westmorland Gazette calendar is Geoff Beattie.
THE start of any new year offers an opportunity to make positive changes, this applies to aspects of family life too. Going back to basics and remembering what is important can help you make positive changes:
A NEW class which aims to re-create the atmosphere of dance halls in the 1950s and 1960s will begin next week.
A 19-YEAR-OLD provisional driver from Bentham took a car without its owner's consent and drove it into a house, causing thousands of pounds of damage, Skipton Magistrates Court heard.
A NEW luxury Observation carriage which has been built for a 'much-loved' Railway in Cumbria has finally arrived.
FLOOKBURGH CE Primary School has extended its opening time to offer 30 hours of nursery provision.
A SERVICE station on the A6 has been sold to an expanding national group operator.
A SOUTH Lakes Mountain Rescue Team carried out their first rescue of 2019 at the weekend after helping to rescue an injured mountain biker.
People can now report water leaks at the touch of a button after United Utilities added a new feature to its customer app.
STAFF at Cumbria law firm Baines Wilson have been celebrating after one of its most successful years.
THERE are severe traffic problems in the Kendal area following a serious incident on the M6 close to the town.
Windermere Lake Cruises’ most iconic vessel has been returned to the water, after a thorough planned inspection.
LETTER: The plans look set to decimate the arboreal landscape along the river-facing section of Aynam Road
AS ONE of Kendal’s town and district councillors and specifically as the representative for Aynam Road and many of the surrounding residential areas, I, like many others, read the Environment Agency’s plans for flood defences in Kendal with concern.
POLICE have named the 81-year-old woman who died yesterday (Jan 6) after being hit by a car in Kendal.
COUNCILLORS are set to come down on the side of drivers and snub the chance to introduce on-street parking charges - despite the possibility of raising around £700,000 a year if payment was brought in.
KENDAL RUGBY Club's 1st XV suffered a tragic loss in their first match of the new year against Lancashire’s Vale of Lune. With only a few points separating the two teams this was a crucial game for both sides.
Kendal Town’s players continued to give everything, despite losing 1-0 to Mossley at the weekend.
One lane of the A66 is closed on both sides of the carriageway due to a traffic incident after a lorry was in collision with the central barrier.