The Westmorland Gazette
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REGIONAL law firm Napthens has continued its largest-ever annual intake of trainees with the latest new appointments to its ranks.
The Gazette's Give Them A Break campaign aims to raise £20,000 to give carers a break. It could not have come at a better time for mum Sue Buckley who is taking care of her daughter full time. This week Celia Powell speaks with Sue about what it take
KNIPE Scar is a rarely visited feature above Bampton, near Penrith, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. A walk along its mile-long terrace is rewarded by far reaching views across the valley to Haweswater Reservoir and the surrounding fells. Remains of a stone circle indicate that this was once the site of an ancient settlement. The villages of Bampton Grange and Bampton make this an attractive area for a walk. You might also be interested in how some of the places got their names.
Regarding 'Tourist tax for Lakes?' (Gazette, September 20) a ‘tourism’ tax, or ‘bed’ tax is not necessarily a bad thing.
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.
NEARLY 500 homes are without power in Askam.
AN Ambleside tri-athlete has dominated the world’s toughest triathlon – and set a new record.
OFFICERS investigating an alleged assault by a cyclist on a 59-year-old visitor to Ambleside are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
A NEW bone density scanner is set to be sited at Kendal's Westmorland General Hospital
Kendal Gymnasts brought back a clutch of medals at the Cumbria Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Championships at Carlisle.
STAVELEY School pupils will now be able to enjoy their new outdoor gym equipment after its grand unveiling.
FELL CrossFit has opened its doors in Kendal, offering functional fitness classes.
PART of the A66 is closed following a five vehicle crash.
FOR the first time in Judo history three competitors from South Lakeland have qualified for the National Kata Squad.
KENDAMIL Stage 3 Toddler Milk, produced in Kendal, has been nominated in the 2019 Mother and Baby Awards.
ONE of Ireland’s best-known travel writers and broadcasters has joined Cumbria Tourism.
The Westmorland Gazette campaign to raise £20,000 to give carers in South Lakeland a well deserved break want to thank their readers for the donations that are pouring in. More than £1,400 has been raised for the Give Them A Break campaign, which aims to pay for up to 200 carers-and in some cases the cared for person to have a one-night break at a local hotel. The campaign is also wanting to specifically encourage people to volunteer as counsellors or as 'sitters'. So that it could allow some
A HOUSE in Kendal was the target of a distraction burglary yesterday (Wednesday).
HAWKSHEAD Relish has been shortlisted as regional finalists in the Rural Business Awards.