The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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GRANGE Amateur Operatic Society is in full swing this week staging Sister Act: the Musical.
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MORE than 100 members of Kendal Cycle Club (KCC) attended the group's inaugural annual dinner and awards ceremony at the Castle Green Hotel.
NEWS is out about the next performance of A Passion for Kendal, pencilled in for Easter 2020.
A LUNE Valley butchers took home a huge slice of the pie in the UK’s most prestigious competition for craft products.
INTEREST-only borrowers are being warned about "a ticking mortgage timebomb" that could see them having to sell their home to pay off their original loan.
Ogden's Nut Gone Flake by The Small Faces on Immediate Record label 1968, value lilac label mono £250, stereo £150; pink label mono £120, stereo £80
EMMA Johnson and John Lenehan need little introduction: Emma, probably the UK's most popular clarinettist; pianist John acclaimed worldwide for his performances and recordings. Both are in great demand as recitalists, chamber musicians, soloists and recording artists and together have enjoyed a long and fruitful collaboration during their exploration of a vast range of musical genre.
AN EDEN outdoor swimming pool is set to be revamped following a three year £100,000 community fundraising effort.
A KENDAL pub has brewed up a new look after a six-figure refurbishment.
AS I write out of the windows the new cohort of 10 in 10 runners get acquainted with their surroundings at Brathay ahead of the UK's ultimate endurance running event, which will see them running 10 consecutive marathons in 10 days in May.
OPPOSITION to the county council's plans to remove disabled parking on Market Place and Finkle Street believe they may have a legal argument to prevent the trial from taking place.
IMMIGRATION enforcement action carried out in a Furness town saw two men arrested for overstaying their visas.
A MAN was once driving around town in a mad panic late for an important meeting and he couldn’t find a parking space. Finally, in a fit of desperate panic, he looked up toward heaven and pleaded, "Lord, take pity on me. If you find me a parking space just this once, I promise that I will go to church every Sunday for the rest of my life and give up my dissolute lifestyle, totally, forever." Miraculously, a parking space appeared right in front of him! The man promptly looked up again and said, "Forget it Lord. I just found one." Oh dear. Does that sort of attitude remind us of anyone we know? If we are entirely honest, we can all be a little self-interested and lacking in gratitude on occasion. Rare and regrettable human lapses, though most of us do at least try to be understanding of negative behaviour, in the spirit of Christian charity. After all, as Jesus Christ himself counselled, "let he who is without sin cast the first stone." (John 8:7). Ultimately, it is by allowing ourselves to be led by the Spirit of God and in following the example of Jesus that we learn the value of an understanding and tolerant disposition. That is what being tolerant and understanding requires: acceptance under duress; patience in adversity. These virtues, fostered openly in our daily lives, will not only speak volumes about us as Christians but also effectively demonstrate the unassailable power of the living Spirit of God.
A 'DISGRUNTLED' local may be behind a vigilante campaign to stop people parking their cars near a Lake District park.
A PLEA to report sightings of Japanese knotweed has gone out to parish councillors and villagers in Beetham.
A NORTH Lancashire brickworks has been given a multi-million-pound boost thanks to growth in the housing market.
A FRAUDSTER pretending to be police conned two elderly Kendal women out of thousands of pounds.
A HEALTH trust has apologised after a grieving daughter was presented with locks of hair and a hand print from her late war hero dad.
MEASURES which will cut more than £30m from Cumbria County Council's budget and increase tax by four per cent have been rubber-stamped.