The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 6 min ago
FOLK fans can experience a double bill of traditional music with a modern contemporary twist at the Brewery in its new autumn programme next week.
MOTORISTS are being urged to avoid the A590 after a drain collapsed.
Mark Webster has been appointed as the new deputy chief constable of Cumbria Constabulary.
A MIX of yesteryear charm and modern-day comforts is offered by this quintessential country cottage in the Yorkshire Dales.
THE nation’s favourite talent show is coming to Cumbria on its search to find talented acts for its brand-new series.
NEW proposals to manage immigration after Brexit would be disastrous for the county’s hospitality and food sectors, Cumbria Chamber of Commerce is warning.
THE LGBT community in Cumbria is being urged to consider adopting and fostering local children.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital after being rescued from her car that had crashed into the river near Gatebeck.
An event which could see 20 or more iconic Jaguar E Types pass through Cumbria tomorrow (Wednesday September 19) to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK, has won the support of notable E-type owners including musician Jools Holland and Formula One boss Ross Brawn.
VOLUNTEERS are needed to help ensure the welfare of people held in police custody in Cumbria.
KENDAL'S New Inn is on the market for offers of over £295,000.
HIT-BAND the Kaiser Chiefs is to be the latest big name to perform in Cumbria.
A FRESH weather warning has been issued for tomorrow (Wednesday) with gusts of up to 60mph expected.
FORMER resident Lois Crake celebrated her 107th birthday party at Hartland House, Milnthorpe.
YOUR report about the threat to World Heritage Site status because of on-going damage caused by 4x4s (Gazette, August 16, 'Calls for 4x4s ban in Lakes') certainly grabbed my attention but there is a wider cause for concern.
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.
BOOTHS has won 16 medals in four categories at the International Cheese and Dairy Awards.
CUMBRIA Constabulary is holding a week long knife surrender as part of Operation Sceptre, an operation held across forces nationally to tackle knife crime.
100 YEARS AGO - 1918
SURPRISINGLY, I find myself agreeing with Boris Johnson on something. He now says that we will get ‘diddly squat’ from the EU and that they will leave the UK ‘flat on the canvas’.