The Westmorland Gazette
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CUMBRIA Police has warned that it has been receiving a number of counterfeit £20 notes.
A CUMBRIAN MP has sparked a debate over whether a 'tourist tax' should be introduced in the Lake District.
THE Westmorland Gazette campaign to raise £20,000 to give carers in South Lakeland a much-deserved break has got off to a great start.
EVERY Year 5 and 6 student at Wilson's Endowed Church of England School, Over Kellet, were delighted to receive the Archbishop of York's Young Leaders' Award.
The Gazette’s Give Them A Break campaign aims to raise £20,000 to give carers a break. This week Sara Royle talks to a young carer and her mum.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses in relation to an attempted burglary in the Arnside area.
SEVERAL pieces of equipment have been stolen from a boat moored on Windermere.
POLICE are appealing for information regarding 'suspicious circumstances' regarding men selling a magazine in Kendal's town centre.
THE B6270 is reported to be closed both ways this morning (Monday) due to a broken down lorry.
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 LARGE black cat could have made its home in South Lakeland according to a retired civil engineer who spotted the creature close to his farmhouse.
For a company that has been around since 1868, change was inevitable for a brand like Exchange and Mart.
CONFESSIONS of a Red Headed Coffee Shop Girl is the ideal show for anyone who has ever had a job they didn't particularly like.
CUMBRIA’s 59,000 smokers are being encouraged to join in Public Health England’s ‘Stoptober’ campaign, which kicks off on October 1.
FILM fans have been given their first look at the upcoming Stan & Ollie movie, a comedy based on Stan Laurel, one of Ulverston’s most famous exports.
FARFIELD Mill is hosting an exhibition of new work by one of the region's most talented artists, Hideyuki Sobue.
MIRRORED statues placed on a South Cumbrian common are getting visitors all reflective about art.
A COLLECTION of portraits capturing many of the characters living and working around Ingleborough is on display at The Folly in Settle.
FEW lunchtime musical gatherings can match the quality of artistes offered in the Kendal Midday Concert Club programme.
AT THE start of every academic year, I would welcome our pupils into school, and consider how we could continue to develop their potential and nurture their individual skills and talents. Education is a fundamental right for every child. Not only does it help an individual to fulfil their human capacity, but it has the capacity to shape entire communities. A child can be likened to a mine of rich gems, with innate virtues and great potentialities. Sadly, still in some parts of the world, childre