The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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MOVING up from two bedrooms to four in Kendal could cost mortgage payers an extra £859 per month, says a firm of estate agents and chartered surveyors.
A WALKER who attacked a Lake District farmer has been spared immediate jail.
THE Environment Agency says heavy rainfall is forecast for Sunday evening into Monday morning.
A proactive vehicle stop by an off-duty police officer in South Lakeland has led to a man being given a prison sentence.
Kent Brooks responded to my recent letter (November 16, 'It's time to doth Trident') highlighting the fact that the government is planning to squander ever more billions of pounds on the Trident nuclear weapons system by asserting that “our only way of protecting ourselves” is to threaten others “with a like-for-like retaliation” (Letters, December 7, 'Nuclear subs are insurance').
A BRAND new charity challenge is being launched on Monday.
A LUXURY Cumbrian hotel is encouraging its guests, suppliers and local residents to fill their boots and see more of what the Lake District is all about.
FOUR football fanatics following the FA Cup fortunes of different teams have now raised more than £1,500 for charity.
A MAN was warned he faces a jail term for a Kendal attack which featured kicks and punches.
I have been using Sandgate Hydrotherapy Pool for some time since I had two operations on my shoulder to keep me mobile and, apart from several weeks earlier in the year, have not had to receive physiotherapy.
EXTENDED opening hours introduced at two Kendal car parks to mitigate the impact of the closure of common land at New Road to vehicles are to be scrapped.
CUMBRIA County Council has agreed to adopt a charter to support those living with motor neurone disease (MND) and their carers.
A FORMER 18th century Furness inn that commands panoramic views over the Duddon Estuary has been put up for sale.
TWENTY holiday lodges are to be built on the banks of Lilymere at Killington after South Lakeland District Council's planning committee granted permission for the development.
PLANS for a £5 million purpose-built studio school for pupils wishing to pursue an education outside traditional academic subjects have been lodged with South Lakeland District Council.
WHY do women have handbags? To carry all the odds and ends they might need during the day; purse, cards, comb, spare handkerchief, lipstick etc.
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South Lakes MP Tim Farron has accused the Government of insulting local farmers after the DEFRA secretary Michael Gove called for a move away from "subsidies for inefficiency".
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Is this the tattiest lamp post in Kendal?