The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 1 hour 25 min ago
THE visitor centre at Ribblehead Station has been refurbished and a new exhibition installed, telling the story of the Settle to Carlisle railway line.
POLICE are investigating the theft of a bicycle outside Kendal Day Centre on Dowkers Lane.
A CORAL reef scientist has been awarded a prestigious prize that will support further research into the world's our oceans.
A MAJOR development plan for Settle – including more than 100 new homes – was withdrawn this week before it was due to be decided by Craven planners.
MORE than 28,000 people across North Lancashire and Cumbria have signed up for joint Resident Passes for two of the Lake District’s leading visitor attractions.
KENDAL Midday Concert Club's 74th season continues next Wednesday, November 1, with the highly acclaimed Pro-Musica Trio - violinist, Robert Heard, viola player, Louise Williams and cellist, Richard Jenkinson - performing Beethoven's String Trio in C Minor and Dohnanyi's Serenade in C Major. Pianist Joseph Houston follows on in KMCC's fortnightly series of lunchtime concerts at Kendal Town Hall on November 15.
AN INCIDENT involving two lorries and cattle on the road has closed the M6 northbound.
KENDAL Amateur Operatic Society is ready to swing into musical mode with a cast of colourful characters bringing some all singing, all dancing, magic to town.
LOOK to the east as darkness falls on any clear night this week and you'll see what looks like a little 'knot' of stars shining above the horizon, writes STUART ATKINSON. This is a star cluster called the Pleiades, but most people know it by its unofficial name - The Seven Sisters.
A STALWART of Kendal's popular putting green at Gooseholme has died, aged 81.
IT IS time now to increase salaries for Members of Parliament to £400,000 plus.
Q: Over the past year, I have been getting into debt as my wages don't keep pace with inflation. Every time I reach my credit card limit, the company increases it automatically. At first I thought this was wonderful but now I can't see how I will ever repay it. What can I do?
A MOUNTAIN bike has been stolen from outside Kendal College.
TWO illuminated bollards have been broken in Milnthorpe.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams
JUDITH Notley pauses to reflect.
A YOUNG woman from Kendal who now lives in Australia is set to tackle a gruelling triathlon in aid of CancerCare this weekend.
A COUNCIL is reverting to traditional methods hundreds of years old to manage an area of woodland it owns.
A NEW children’s author hopes to book herself a place in the Cumbrian bestseller lists.