The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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A KENDAL girls football team is appealing for more players to join up after getting a new kit.
PUPILS and teachers are celebrating after an Eden secondary school was judged 'good' by Ofsted inspectors, just six months after being placed in special measures.
MOUNTAINEER Zac Poulton is swapping the Himalayas for the Lake District in a new role aimed at keeping walkers safe on the Cumbrian fells.
IMPRESSIONISTIC and engaging are words that immediately spring to mind when first seeing out the colourful contemporary paintings of acclaimed Ravenstonedale artist David William Morris.
KENDAL RUFC welcomed Preston Grasshoppers to Mint Bridge for the long-awaited curtain raiser at their new home.
FIREFIGHTERS have been tackling an ongoing blaze at a house in Burneside.
KENDAL Town lost 3-2 to Radcliffe Borough at The Pye Motors Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
A MOUNTAIN bike worth £600 has been stolen from Kendal College.
THE Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the north of the country.
I AM a member of the committee of the Alumni of The University of Chester, formerly Chester College. As part of our commemoration of the centenary of the end of World War 1, I am searching for any descendants of the 77 students, and former students, who were killed in this conflict.
A HOUSE dating back to the 1700s has been given a new lease of life by a Kendal property developer.
THE poems of William Wordsworth have inspired countless artists down the generations - and continue to do so.
Geoff Stead of Kendal, recalls Washing Day in years gone by.
RENOVATORS and self-builders will be making a beeline for Harrogate in November, for the Northern Homebuilding and Renovating Show.
THE French horns, strings, flutes and other fine orchestral instruments of the Haffner will be out and about playing tunes by Rossini and more in the upcoming Lancaster Music Festival, on Saturday, October 14. As part of the festival, Lancaster’s very own symphony orchestra will be performing a 45 minute programme conducted by Jonny Lo from 3pm at the city's St Nicholas Arcades, outside Poundland.
A LAKE District hotel is preparing for the longer nights closing in this autumn with the introduction of whisky matured meat to its extensive menu.
CHILDREN from five schools and community groups have planted 6,000 wildflowers as part of the Kendal Pollinator Project during September.
The Lake District by Billy F K Howarth, £14.99
TWO well-known local artists have teamed up again for their second joint exhibition.
Propaganda by the band Sparks, released on the Island Records label in 1974, value £50