The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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WARM tributes were paid to Lancaster University's first director of music, Sir John Manduell, at his funeral at St John the Baptist Church, Low Bentham, on Monday.
MORE than 100 delegates attended the third Cumbria Conservative conference held at The Low Wood Bay Hotel on the shores of Windermere.
A FORMER soldier turned ultrarunner from Kendal is taking on a mammoth challenge to raise money to help his fellow servicemen and women.
Just a short comment to add to the letters about the EU referendum. Of those who did vote, 51.9 per cent voted Leave and 48.1 per cent voted Remain.
Kendal Cycle Club celebrated its 2nd anniversary on Saturday with a birthday ride attended by 93 members.
POLICE are investigating a report of a burglary at a storage barn at Rydal, Ambleside, overnight between Monday, November 6 and Tuesday 7.
LAKE District hoteliers have expressed fears they could be forced to close if stringent restrictions on migrant labour are imposed after Brexit.
A NEW theatre project is being launched to raise awareness of the difficult issues and pressures facing young people.
OVERWORKED officers took thousands of days off sick last year prompting the chairman of Cumbria's police union to announce that force morale is at an all time low.
A 78-YEAR-OLD Kendalian who has struggled with lung problems since he was a child has reached a milestone after successfully walking to the town's castle.
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THE steep sided valley of Deepdale near Patterdale provides a serene warm up to climb the popular St Sunday Crag. But be warned: the weather on the tops can be a lot worse than in the valley, writes JOHN EDMONDSON.
FROM Kendal to Ulverston, Ambleside to Thornton-in-Lonsdale, people young and old are preparing to pay their respects to the fallen this Remembrance weekend.
VOLUNTEERS are being sought to lead a South Lakes charity's first Christmas Getaway for homeless people.
LETTER: Can you help service for Armed Services veterans and their families to access information, advice and support?
In last week's Rethink Remembrance’ Podium article it is mentions that last year The Royal British Legion (TRBL) has been able to answer more than 1,077,019 requests for help from the Armed Forces community.
As the EU continues to be intransigent over Brexit negotiations, the British government should be fully prepared to walk away with no deal rather than agree to a bad deal.
THE restored Kendal Deaf Centre is to officially re-open this Saturday, almost two years after the River Kent swept in.
THE first community run filling station in England opened for business this week to a brisk trade in the market town of Hawes.
AN EXCITING sci-fi inspired finale to Signal Film and Media's Lost Stations digital arts programme opens next week.
STUDENTS were overwhelmed and in tears when Diversity star Ashley Banjo gave a masterclass workshop to the young dancers.