The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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I WANT to say thank you to the many thousands of Westmorland Gazette readers who backed our campaign to bring an urgent treatment centre to our hospital here in Kendal.
FUTURE applications for a zipwire at Thirlmere will not be supported by the owner of the land.
SIR David Attenborough is urging Cumbrians to spend this Saturday taking action for butterflies and moths to mark the 50th anniversary of wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation (BC).
The Cumberland and Westmorland Wrestling Association (CWWA) is to host the International Federation of Celtic Wrestling (IFCW) ‘European Espoirs Championships’ in Penrith this April.
FURTHER to recent media coverage about Cumbria County Council’s budget setting process I want to thank you for helping us share with the public our plans for delivering our services whilst meeting our legal obligation to balance our books.
GREY squirrels are to be shot in a popular South Lakeland community woodland in a bid to protect the red squirrel population.
ANYONE born at the much-loved former Helme Chase maternity hospital in Kendal in 1968 will celebrate a special milestone this year.
TWO supermarket giants have re-affirmed their commitment to occupying stores at a proposed business and retail development in Furness.
A CAMPAIGN to clear verges on the main roads of litter this spring has been launched by Craven District Council.
A LOW Bentham resident has asked for "dangerous parking" around homes at Crow Trees to be solved.
CARNFORTH town councillors objected unanimously to outline plans for a new home in the town.
SOUTH Lakes MP Tim Farron stepped up his campaign to improve hospital journeys for older people by introducing a Presentation Bill in the House of Commons on Tuesday (March 6).
A MEMORIAL plaque to prolific writer Bill Mitchell will be unveiled in Settle.
WORDS by the Water Festival of Words and Ideas returns to Keswick offering a diverse and stimulating line-up of more than 100 events.
A SOUTH Cumbrian woman in her 80s was scammed out of nearly £6,000 by a man pretending to be from the fraud prevention department.
AN EASTER appeal to help make children's hospital stays a little brighter has been launched.
ULLSWATER Steamers has presented its first donation to the brand new charity - The Lake District Foundation formerly known as Nurture Lakeland.
IT NEVER fails to amaze me how, when a couple of inches of snow falls, the majority of the population appears to throw their hands up in horror and the country grinds to a halt.
SMALL change from Yorkshire Building Society members has made a big difference to pupils at a South Lakeland primary school.
A PLEA for more affordable homes for growing families is being made by Bentham Town Council.