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TWO new apprenticeship schemes run by the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) will provide a jobs boost to the region.
RESIDENTS have raised concerns about plans to extend Sandside Quarry's period of use to 2029.
"DISAPPOINTMENT" with regular flooding at the Dallam School roundabout was expressed at Milnthorpe Parish Council's recent meeting.
BEETHAM Parish Council is to speak to the new owners of village pub The Wheatsheaf about siting a defibrillator on a wall at the Church Street property.
LANCASHIRE Police is the first force in England and Wales to team up with national organisation 'Why me?' to improve victim’s access to restorative justice.
THE Ship Inn at Sandside flooded again in a recent high tide, Beetham Parish Council heard. Mud and sand breached the pub's cellars.
CUSTOMERS struggling to pay their water bills could benefit from a new package of support launched by United Utilities.
SHOPPERS who gave £920 to the Rosemere Cancer Foundation at Booths' supermarket in Kirkby Lonsdale have been thanked by the charity.
MORE than 85 Scouts and leaders from the Kentdale district met up with more than 2,000 others from the north of the UK to welcome in a new year of adventure while camping at Hawkhirst Scout Activity Centre in Northumbria.
PUPILS at Crosby Ravensworth Primary School spent a day doing a sausage-making masterclass with Dave Morland, the head of butchery at Westmorland Family Butchers at Tebay Services.
It was wonderful to see Leo Houlding in Antarctica enjoying one of nature’s spectacular heavenly glories of a ‘solar corona’ (Gazette, January 4).
AN ACCIDENT on the A685 is affecting traffic between Grayrigg and Docker this morning (January 17).
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.
FROM the sophistication of a Noel Coward comedy to a play served with a fish and chip supper, The Dukes new visiting drama season has many entertaining ingredients.
Dr Joshua Macaulay, Director at Westmorland Homecare, argues that health and social care need to be more joined up to tackle challenges facing this country
A NEW film written by one of the world's best known British playwrights is being screened at Kendal's Brewery Arts Centre on Thursday, January 25 (8.15pm).
SCALE model replicas of engines, carriages and wagons from the heyday of the Furness Railway will be on display at the Kendal Model Railway Exhibition on the Cumbrian Railways Association stand.
A WALKER was rescued from Gummers How today (January 16) after sustaining a back injury.
A LARGE haul of drugs and tobacco heading into HM Prison Lancaster Farms was intercepted today (January 16).