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A KENDAL food shop that was gutted by a fire has already bounced back, opening a pop-up restaurant.
AN award-winning folk trio are bringing a specially crafted Christmas show to Kendal this December.
THURSDAY: Bootleggers, Kendal: The Paps. Burgundys, Kendal: Steve Oakes Quartet. Unicorn Inn, Ambleside: Open Mic Night. The New Union, Kendal: Lauren Davy. Zefirellis, Ambleside: The Elderly Brothers. The Platform, Morecambe: Peggy Seeger.
A PROJECT that trials the involvement of gamekeepers and farmers in surveying breeding waters in the Yorkshire Dales has been welcomed by the Moorland Association.
THE company the manages Thurland Castle in the Lune Valley as well as apartments in Grange-over-Sands and Ambleside has been highly commended at a glittering awards ceremony in London.
A BATHROOM extractor fan was said to be the cause of a property fire which emergency services responded to in Milnthorpe today.
EMERGENCY services responded to a carbon monoxide scare in Kendal on Thursday morning.
This lovely photograph of a robin at Grasmere was taken by Westmorland Gazette reader Sue Barlow.
THE professional body for estate agents, NAEA Propertymark, says scrapping stamp duty for first-time buyers will have "a positive impact" on the housing market.
THE Chancellor, Philip Hammond, says his flagship Budget tax cut to assist first-time buyers will help a million people get on the housing ladder.
LEADER of the Scottish Conservative Party Ruth Davidson MSP was guest of honour at a dinner on behalf of the newly formed Cumbria Conservative Association.
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IN the wake of last week’s budget, Tim Farron has pressed the government to recognise the importance of EU exports for British sheep farmers.
THE LAKE District's only independent school has been named in Sunday Times as the International Baccalaureate (IB) School of of the Year.
PLANNERS have approved new brackets on lamp posts in Kirkland to hold banners advertising Kendal.
A CUMBRIAN farming partnership has been fined £1,600 for an illegal discharge of farm slurry that polluted and Eden beck.
EXTRA cladding can be added to the facade of McDonald's restaurant in Kendal as part of its recent refurbishment, planners decided.
A NEW shopfront planned for a Kendal newsagents has been approved by South Lakeland District Council, despite concerns.
TATTOO artist John Luke Sayer can 'ink in' his plans for a new studio on Milnthorpe's Main Street after approval from South Lakeland District Council.
CRAVEN District Council is a high-achieving, successful council, with good quality services and is punching above its weight, according to a review carried out by senior officers from other councils.