The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 1 hour 4 min ago
EXTENDED speed limits are to be introduced on four South Lakeland roads in a bid to reduce accidents.
FROM the moment you look into your newborn baby's eyes you make a connection.
MORE than 200 protestors gathered at the edge of a Lake District beauty spot to oppose plans that would see eight zip wires run over it.
Astronomers at Kendal are planning a range of events to shed light on the night sky during 2018.
We are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 32-year-old Mary McKinnon, who is missing from hospital.
AUTHORS and publishers are needed to enter new books into Cumbria’s leading literary awards.
POLICE are investigating two reports of burglaries in Windermere which are suspected to be linked.
MORE than one hundred eager fundraisers gave up their warm homes for a cold, wet and windy night under the stars to help older people stay warm in winter.
AMBITIOUS plans to transform a former town centre car park into a 'focal point' for events and festivals have been unveiled by Kendal's Business Improvement District (BID).
The Laura Ashley Belsfield Hotel in Bowness is celebrating its most successful year since opening under the Laura Ashley brand in 2014.
YOUNG apiarists at a South Lakeland primary school are ensuring their bees are productive with the help of a Kendal-based developer.
FIFTY years since the end of the steam era at Carnforth railway station is to be celebrated with a special train journey in September.
A PUBLIC register for overseas-owned properties by 2021 has been welcomed by NAEA Propertymark, the National Association of Estate Agents.
A TEENAGER who sustained a head injury after a collision during her first driving lesson has thanked the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) for coming to her aid.
EMERGENCY services are currently dealing with a collision on the A683 at Middleton.
A 24-bedroom Lake District hotel has been put on the market for offers in excess of £2 million
SOUTH Lakeland solicitors Temple Heelis have announced the appointment of solicitor Claire Meehan, who has joined the firm’s residential property team.
A RURAL Lake District head teacher is celebrating after topping the secondary school league tables and being named the best in Cumbria for pupil progress.
KENDAL Wall hosted Round three of the Marmot Masters Bouldering competition on Friday.
Unlike Sheila Gordon (Letters, January 18, 'Screams and shout fears'), I live in the Lake District and, like Sheila Gordon, I too love it.