The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 53 min 32 sec ago
Six Evans Cycles branches are facing closure in the first wave of changes under new owner Sports Direct.
DECEMBER 5 marks the third anniversary of Storm Desmond. In Kendal alone more than 2,000 properties, homes and businesses, were flooded.
Jeanette Edgar takes a look at an exhibition focusing on northern artists which is currently on show in Cumbria
KENDAL ladies 1s were back at home and keen to continue their winning streak against Ben Rhydding 2s, but had to settle for a frustrating 2-2 draw.
A PROMISING young duo have been given the chance to aim for the very top of their sport after securing places on an elite UK athletics programme.
WIRRAL kicked off on a gloomy day on Merseyside and the first few minutes of the game were a midfield stalemate, with each side probing but neither able to make much progress when in possession.
YOUNGSTERS from Ambleside CE Primary School have been spreading Christmas cheer and kindness among older members of the community.
A SOUTH Cumbrian drugs supplier jailed earlier this year must sell a Rolex watch as part of a criminal payback order.
THIS Christmas, Crimestoppers in Cumbria is encouraging the public to speak up about regular drink driving based on real calls to the charity’s UK Contact Centre.
South Lakes MP has announced the winner of his annual Christmas card competition
MORECAMBE and Lunesdale MP David Morris has raised concerns about 16 new homes planned for a north Lancashire village.
Businesses in Kendal have voted to keep the town’s Business Improvement District for another five years.
THE ROYAL Windermere Yacht Club hosted its final event of the year for the Lake District RNLI Committee.
RAIL passengers have been warned about possible overcrowding on trains in the region tomorrow, Saturday, December 8.
CUMBRIA POLICE are appealing for information following the vandalisation of an armistice poppy display at Shap.
TRAFFIC is heavy around some parts of Cumbria due to flooding and surface water on the roads.
Rain welcomed the team and a small band of travelling faithful to Blaydon for Kendal’s first visit in 15 years and the early exchanges with the league leaders were pretty even.
BETTER road signs are needed around Windermere to divert tourists to Hawkshead and Sawrey, a meeting has been told.
ANOTHER village in the South Lakes have switched on their lights for this years Christmas festivities.
A top figure at China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) has described Moorside as “a very smart site”, fuelling speculation that the company could revive Cumbria’s hopes for a new nuclear power station.