The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 1 hour 14 min ago
KENDAL once again hosted a creative spectacular as the Lakes International Comic Art Festival returned for its fifth instalment.
THIRTY students from the University of Cumbria joined forces with Cumbria Wildlife Trust (CWT) to plant more than 1,300 plants in wildflower meadows at Mallerstang in the Eden Valley.
THE MET Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Cumbria, with threats of strong winds and transport disruption.
AFTER 17 years at the helm of Kendal's outstanding college, principal and chief executive has announced he will be stepping down.
A MAN who repeatedly sexually abused a child has been locked up for four years.
Westmorland Gazette reader Susan Dorward of Tyne and Weat took this photograph.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams
The Westmorland Gazette’s Readers to the Rescue campaign aims to raise £40,000 for Kendal Mountain Rescue Team to buy a new state-of-the-art vehicle that will act as a ‘mobile base’.
NINE staff members from Playdale Playgrounds at Haverthwaite undertook a kayaking challenge to support a local charity.
TAKE a 70-minute drive from Kendal and walk in the area that a young Mr Wainwright trod before he moved to Kendal in 1941, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. This walk goes from Whalley, a charming Lancashire village with historic buildings, cafes, restaurants and pubs, to Great Harwood and Dean Clough Reservoir.
THE windows of three taxis in Bowness have been smashed with large stones.
A GIGGLESWICK girl conquered one of the the Yorkshire's Three Peaks to complete her first fundraising challenge.
A RIVER conservation charity has appointed its first Chief Executive Officer who brings with her a wealth of experience.
A KIRKBIE Kendal pupil is hoping his latest business venture will prove to be a success when two lots of vinyl go under the hammer next Monday (October 23).
VIDEO: Dramatic Cave Rescue Organisation video shows quad bike rolling out of control down steep hill
A DRAMATIC piece of video showing the moments a quad biker rolled out of control down a steep incline of about 25 metres was caught on film by the Clapham-based Cave Rescue Organisation.
A 20-YEAR-OLD man has been arrested on suspicion of affray and grievous bodily harm following an incident in which a man was allegedly struck with a hammer in Kendal.
OVER the past few weeks we have been inviting schools to send in pictures of their new classes.
A VISION for a long-awaited northern relief road that could alleviate traffic in Kendal and unlock the town's economic potential has been resurrected.
A COMPANY with its roots in a classic Lake District icon has been rewarded for its sustainable business.
CLOTHING from Kendal's Maya Maya shop worth £4,000 has been donated to sight loss charity Sight Advice South Lakes to help support their fundraising efforts.