The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 45 min ago
THE refurbishment of Silverdale's Pillar Clock is to be discussed by Silverdale Parish Council when it meets on Monday (December 3) at 7.30pm.
AN award of £50,000 to the Morecambe Bay Partnership will cost and explore the opportunities of a walking and cycling route being created alongside Arnside viaduct.
THE planning committee of South Lakeland District Council has been warned not to keep ignoring officers' advice.
CUMBRIA Chamber of Commerce is stepping up its campaign to ensure the county benefits from a new high-speed rail link.
Storm Diana is expected to hit Cumbria today and tomorrow with high winds and rain expected.
Traffic is reportedly very heavy with queues on the A591 northbound from A590 (the Brettargh Holt roundabout at Sedgwick) to the A6 at Helsington in the roadworks area.
A FESTIVE atmosphere is promised at this year's Leighton Hall Christmas Fair with proceeds going to CancerCare.
THIS weekend a South Lakeland village is hosting its very own Santa Dash with hopes of raising money for a good cause.
On Sunday, November 11, angels were present at Kendal Market Place remembrance service.
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.
KENDAL'S new B&M store is to open bright and early tomorrow morning (Thursday).
A 51-YEAR-old man has been jailed for four years after being found guilty of historic offences against children.
SET in the former grounds of Hornby Castle, The Spinney is a distinctively designed modern home with three reception rooms, two en-suite bedrooms and a fantastic dining kitchen.
SHERRIE Hewson and Tony Maudsley can hardly contain their excitement at the thought of bringing one of the most popular television shows to the stage for the first time.
A yellow weather warning for the Ulverston, Furness and west of Cumbria area about strong winds tomorrow (Wednesday) has been issued by the Met Office.
GREAT news about the Honister Zipwire. It's just what we need - more synthetic adventure and more visitors.
TALKS have taken place about building nearly 300 new affordable homes in the Lake District.
AS we head into winter and temperatures drop, many readers may have concerns about people sleeping rough.
Q: A family has moved in to the house next door and is being a nuisance, yelling late at night over a loud television and leaving bin bags strewn over the front of the house. I don’t want to antagonise them in case they become threatening. What can I do?
POLICE are investigating after several burglaries took place in Killington, near Sedbergh, over the weekend.