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A TRIBUTE to the life of a treasured member of the community will take place this weekend at The Folly at Settle.
GAZETTE reader Gill Crossland-Thackray has shared this video of Derwentwater in celebration of National Meditation Day.
SIXTEEN Cumbrian businesses are in the running for prizes at this year's national Family Business of the Year awards.
TWO new groups to support patients who have been diagnosed with life shortening conditions are set to launch in Kendal thanks to funding from the Lottery.
A WINDERMERE-BASED ground investigation company has been filming for a new Channel 5 series on sinkholes and mineshafts.
Police are searching for a horse wagon which was taken overnight from a field in Holme Village.
THE pilot who died when a helicopter crashed in North Yorkshire has been named by police.
THUNDERY downpours are expected in parts of Cumbria over the next few days starting this afternoon.
A NEW principal took the reins of Kendal College this week following the retirement of Graham Wilkinson.
ONCE upon a time, the month of May was declared ‘Share a Story’ month, in a bid to encourage children to read more.
THE four finalists for May for the Gazette's 2019 Calendar competition have been chosen.
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.
What's on this week ...
AN attempted burglary at a house at Gillinggate, Kendal, is being investigated by police.
Whether it’s use of personal data, identity theft, abuse on social media or banking fraud, it’s understandable that may people have concerns about staying safe online.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams
POLICE are investigating a report of single offence of non-recent abuse, alleged to have taken place at Earnseat Prep School in Arnside in 1968.
THE A591 has been closed near Low Sizergh, Kendal, as a result of collision.
FLIGHTS from Carlisle Lake District Airport will not go ahead as planned on Monday (June 4).
THE A66 is closed both ways this morning and there is slow traffic due to an accident between Keswick (A591) and Troutbeck (A5091).