The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 5 min 11 sec ago
PANTO season returns to Grange-over-Sands tomorrow (Friday) as the curtain goes up on Robin Hood.
BEAVERS, Cubs and Scouts of Carnforth are celebrating the opening of their new £170,000 HQ.
KENDAL Jazz Club's next gathering will be on Wednesday (December 12) featuring the jazz quartet Hotcha!
ROAD closure signs along the A590 alerting drivers are displaying the WRONG information.
SOUTH Lakes councillors have given the go-ahead for a private horse arena in a Furness village – despite concerns about flooding.
I HAVE read with interest, over the past weeks, reports regarding the flooding problems at Backbarrow Bridge, and the suggestions and proposals of how to eliminate this problem.
A PAINTING of Grange-over-Sands’ bandstand has won a Christmas card design competition organised by South Lakeland District Council.
GREAT British Bake Off Host Prue Leith paid a surprise visit to new Ulverston art venue Gallery 68.
HEAVY traffic which caused delays for motorists in the Kendal area is now easing.
THOUSANDS of people braved a drizzly Saturday to ensure Kirkby Lonsdale's annual Christmas Fair got off to a festive start.
STRIKING new welcome signage and information panels are now in place at Kendal Castle following the completion of an improvement project.
Kendal Town fell to a 3-0 away defeat against a very good Leek Town side at the weekend.
A CUMBRIA forum on sustainable tourism is being staged today in Windermere as the UN climate change talks open in Katowice, Poland.
TWO of Cumbria's roads have been described as the 'quietest and most scenic driving routes' in the United Kingdom.
CASUALTIES did the right thing by calling for help early said a spokesman from Kendal Mountain Rescue Team.
To mark the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette in 2018, we are publishing a photograph from our archives on our website every day this year.
AS they celebrate 10 years since gaining registered status, a Kirkby Lonsdale charity has teamed up with a nearby creative studio as it plans to develop its work.
HERE’S an image to get you in the mood for winter. This picture shows Cartmel Fell Church under a blanket of snow.
WELL done to those who found headroom in their budget to clear the scrub and small trees around the castle walls at Kendal.
IT'S less than three year ago that Brodie Barnes-Davis launched a dog walking and pet sitting business.