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TRADITIONAL Kentmere farmhouse Grandy Barn, its buildings and almost 22 acres of meadow and pasture land have been sold at auction.
BUY-to-let lending for house purchases plunged by a fifth in March 2018 compared with a year earlier, figures from a trade association show.
A CAR fire on the A590 has seen one lane closed after fire crews worked to battle the flames.
KENDAL hair stylist Kerry Colman has praised Royal bride Meghan Markle's wedding day look.
A FAMILY-owned holiday site at Hale hopes to replace 20 touring caravan pitches with 20 timber lodges.
Police are investigating a burglary that occurred in Kendal on May 22. This occurred at approximately 4am at a property on Langdale Crescent. Officers are appealing for witnesses that may have seen a male in his 20s fleeing from the area. Anyone with any information is asked to email email@example.com or call 101 and ask to speak an officer in Kendal CID, quoting incident number 32 of the 22nd May. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
CALLS to strip Northern from operating the Lakes and Furness Lines have received widespread support.
LANCASTRIAN Estates has been hailed the best estate agent in Kendal at the British Property Awards 2018.
A DRUG dealer who was found with more than £10,000 cash and class A substances at Kendal Calling has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.
A SALE of mostly modern silver and gold coins from around the world along with bank notes and bars made £78,000 at 1818 Auctioneers first specialist sale.
IT HAS been confirmed that Cllr Giles Archibald will once again be leader of South Lakeland District Council.
THE WENSLEYDALE Creamery has announced the expansion of its its award-winning Yorkshire dairy portfolio with the launch of Yorkshire Cheddar.
A CYCLING fanatic from Kirkby Lonsdale will be tackling more than 500 miles through the Scottish Highlands in aid of a cancer charity.
MEMBERS of Bay Search and Rescue were invited to a garden party at Buckingham Palace in recognition of the invaluable work they carried out during the floods caused by Storm Desmond.
Q: I do not think the company that sold me a doorstep loan carried out proper affordability checks and now I cannot afford to pay it back. What can I do?
ELDERLY residents of a Carnforth care home have had their creative efforts recognised as part of a special exhibition.
YOUNG people ranging in age from eight to 16 years took to their dinghies at the Royal Windermere Yacht Club on Saturday morning as part of the ‘youth squad’ training.
THREE friends embarking on a charity tour of Cumbria want to welcome everybody to their coffee morning this Saturday (May 26).
THIS week is a momentous one for The Westmorland Gazette.