The Westmorland Gazette
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A NETWORK of mini-beast mansions have been opened up at a group of south Cumbrian and north Lancashire holiday parks.
THERE will be no cattle judging at the Appleby Agricultural Show this year.
A LAKE District hotel is adding an innovative twist to a classic British afternoon pastime.
A PONY decked out as a unicorn brought a touch of magic to Carnforth Carnival 2018.
IT's the season of open windows, dusting-down bikes and jetting off on holidays, but don't forget about protecting your property, writes Abi Jackson.
DITCHING chemical-laden cleaning products for something more natural need not be a chore, writes Abi Jackson.
CALLS for a Cumbrian rail franchise have intensified after cancellations on Cumbria’s railways rose to double figures within a week of Northern resuming full control of the franchises.
Helen Moriarty, Bowness & Windermere Forward Project Manager, argues that sustainable solutions need to be found to protect and enhance well-loved places
REVIEW: park production is hugely recommended evening of unrivalled swashbuckling family fun - and a scene-stealing talking horse
ONE of the joys of summer theatregoing is the annual Dukes theatre walkabout production at Williamson Park, Lancaster, writes PAUL THURSTON. With over thirty years of memorable shows, including the national award winning The Hobbit in 2016, the event has grown to be the largest of its kind in the UK. The natural beauty of the park’s woodland and dells, the majestic Ashton Memorial, and the breathtaking views over Morecambe Bay all combine to create a unique and memorable setting.
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.
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A HOME owner is taking a "grand" approach to selling his Kendal apartment by knocking £1,000 off the price each week until it sells.
RECENTLY you may have heard a bit about GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation!
BEING a parent is one of the most wonderful and stressful jobs there is. The job of parenting has often been carried out while sleep-deprived and stretched to the limit.
REPORTS are reaching the Gazette newsdesk that the emergency services are currently dealing with an incident on the A65 close to Ingleton.
CELEBRATIONS are in order for two South Lakeland schools as both Dallam and Windermere enjoyed success in their international baccalaureate results.
AMERICAN rock band The Killers showed they are Human after stopping off in the Lake District for a night away.
KENDAL residents have been warned of a potential stink causing a nuisance in parts of the town.
A KENDAL schoolboy has won first prize in two international piano competitions.