The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 48 min 41 sec ago
ANXIETY can be experienced at any age, though it is not uncommon for children to feel anxiety for the first time when they reach the teen years.
THE BODY of a man was found in Ambleside last week.
LEADERS of a South Lakes school forced into special measures have made 'substantial improvements' but work remains, a new report has judged.
Residents and businesses on private water supplies are being urged to take precautions during the current prolonged dry weather.
POLICE in South Cumbria are issuing a warning to motorists that are parking illegally and dangerously on the A592 at Fell Foot.
A KENDAL criminal jailed for his role in a class A drugs supply plot has been ordered to pay back £10,000 in ill-gotten gains.
BROTHERS from Grange-over-Sands have raised more than £2,000 for The Alzheimer's Association in memory of their Welsh grandmother.
NETHERFIELD Seconds defeated Leyland Seconds by six wickets, making it back-to-back wins for the side.
CUMBRIAN pigeon fanciers will commemorate the centenary of the World War One with an open race from Ypres.
Windermere School is one of fifteen clubs nationwide chosen to become a British Youth Sailing (BYS) Recognised Club.
The official opening of Robinson and Co chartered accountants and business advisers premises at Ulverston Auction Mart, by Robinson’s MD Ian Walker (left of centre) with team members (from left) Shannon Tublan, Peter Ellwood, Michael Wood, Darren Mewse and Emma Woodend. JON GRANGER.
ONE of Windermere Lake Cruises’ historic passenger boats has gone electric for the first time, taking her maiden voyage as an all-electric vessel over the weekend.
A DETACHED two-bedroom dwelling is being proposed for the garden of an Arts and Crafts-style house in Grange-over-Sands.
WILL the council stop interfering in things they know nothing about?
ULVERSTON'S Ford Park is gearing up for yet another packed programme of summer fun including theatre and re-enactment.
A CHARITY race night held in aid of pancreatic cancer research was a roaring success.
MORE than 60 young cyclists took part in the first of Kendal Cycle Club’s 2018 Go-Ride Races at Heron Hill Primary School.
A NATIONAL park authority has moved to provide reassurance to farmers taking part in a scheme which could rejuvenate upland agriculture.
AS THE NHS experiences continued financial challenges, faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an incident of damage to a door in Flookburgh.