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GREAT British Bake Off Winner Nancy Birtwhistle will be the celebrity judge at a celebration marking 25 years of Country Harvest, the food hall at Ingleton.
AN Eden woman has expressed her delight after a cat she thought she would never see again was returned to her home after going missing two years ago.
FIREFIGHTERS from Cumbria have been helping to tackle a huge moorland fire overnight in neighbouring Lancashire as part of an emergency response.
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MORE than a thousand people gathered at Ulverston's Coronation Hall to enjoy the town's inaugural visit from The Gin Society.
CHILDREN from Burton Morewood CE Primary School and Beetham CE Primary School were enjoyed an inspirational afternoon with two of the 'Ice Maiden Team'.
Cumbria is a hotbed of creativity, and we’re especially spoilt in the South Lakes where there’s a thriving creative scene.
TRAINS operated by Northern are set to return to the blighted Lakes Line on Monday, the operator has confirmed.
MORE than 200 people gathered in a big green barn in Gatebeck for a night of music and dancing to help raise more than £6,500 for St John’s Hospice.
FIVE stone Neolithic axes assembled at Kendal Museum have been selected to be part of an important exhibition .
A YOUNG wordsmith from Kendal has won a national writing award for her magical fantasy tale about an ancient guardian spirit.
NETHERFIELD’S comprehensive victory over Garstang at the weekend saw the team within touching distance of the top of the table.
KENDAL CC captain Chris Miller has praised his team following their dominant victory at the weekend, and hopes to build on the result to improve the team’s consistency.
KENDAL athlete Alex Birkett bagged himself a bronze in the U20 800m National Championships and World Junior Trials.
CUMBRIA County Council’s gritters were out across the county yeseterday (Thursday), hitting the roads in response to the soaring temperatures.
A CLOSE friend of Lake District chef Matt Campbell, who tragically died while running this year's London Marathon, has been sharing his legacy with aspiring chefs.
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.
A YOUNG Kendal student needs to raise £800 before volunteering in Kenya this autumn.
"A VISIONARY gardener" who restored the hidden treasure of John Ruskin's garden has died, aged 54.
My Name Is Nobody by Andrew Richardson (Pengiun)