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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.
The North Craven Gunnerfleet pedigree Limousin herd of father and son, Jim and Ian Handley, of Chapel-le-Dale, near Ingleton,was responsible for the top price of 8,500gns at Skipton Auction Mart’s premier breed highlight of the year. The top price was for Gunnerfleet Neptune, from the herd of 50 pedigree cows.
THE Cumbria International Motor Show returns to the Westmorland Show Ground again this weekend.
A 59-YEAR-old ultra distance runner was yesterday due to complete the UK’s toughest endurance challenge - for the second time.
I READ the letter from Mr Kell regarding the Spitfire event at Kendal (Letters, May 3, 'Spitfire wrong for New Road').
VOLUNTEERS are needed to help tackle an invasive species of weed that threatens local wildlife and poses flood risks along the River Kent.
THE Royal Bank of Scotland is seeking planning consent to remove the hole-in-the-wall and night safe from outside its Kendal branch.
A KENDAL farmer has spoken of the benefits he has experienced through organic farming, and how it provides answers to environmental and health concerns.
The A591 was partially blocked both ways for a period this afternoon due to an accident involving two vehicles outside the Windermere Hotel between Thwaites Lane and A5074 High Street.
TWO new ‘boatmasters’ have joined the Windermere Lake Cruises crew.
I WAS saying to my good lady that you can only imagine the number of letters that will be flooding into The Westmorland Gazette about how the fair has suddenly pitched up on the New Road improvements site at Kendal. As part of that flood, here are my comments.
A TWO-car collision on the A591 near Windermere caused the road to be closed earlier today.
A PARISH poll to gauge public opinion on the use of the New Road common land is to take place on Thursday, May 24.
SOUTH Lakes MP Tim Farron has asked for reassurances that school pupils will be able to make it to their exams following months of cancellations on the Lakes Line.
AN HISTORIC Kendal building has been given a new lease of life thanks to the homecare company that has restored it.
AN intrepid Kendal cyclist is travelling across the country in order to raise money for a hospital unit close to his heart.
Special commemorative supplement to be published to mark the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette
NEXT week marks the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette, which was founded in 1818, when George 111 was King and the Earl of Liverpool was Prime Minister.
KENDAL'S new mayor is due to formally take office in a ceremony at the town hall today (Thursday 17).
Cumbria Trading Standards are warning residents across the County about doorstep callers offering to carry out home improvements, including roofing and guttering, following an increase in complaints.
POLICE seized around 250 cannabis plants, along with vans and cash, from cannabis farms in Carnforth and Nether Kellet.