The Westmorland Gazette
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THE Party Wall etc Act 1996 provides a framework for preventing and resolving disputes in relation to party walls, boundary walls and excavations near neighbouring buildings.
IF ON results day the results fall short of what is needed or expected, then this is where your unconditional love and support comes in.
ST JOHN'S Hospice will be hosting its first ceilidh night at Ambleside Parish Centre.
The problems Jeremy Saunders is experiencing with commuters parking in Hayclose Lane at Kendal was reported (Gazette, July 26, 'Action needed to tackle parking').
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority will present evidence-based data on birds of prey persecution in the Park at a Northern England Raptor Forum open day in Grassington tomorrow.
A NEWLY formed Lake District charity has raised almost £400,000 in its first year for 16 different projects.
CHARITY diners are being invited to bid on a meal prepared entirely from food that would have otherwise gone to waste.
A DAY of celebrations is set to take place to mark 125 years of the foundation stone being laid for the Royal Lancaster Infirmary (RLI).
An incident reported to police as involving a dog-on-dog attack, a dog dangerously out of control and a common assault have been reopened following a routine internal review of the case.
TWELVE new jobs could be created at Bay View Garden Centre, Bolton-le-Sands, if expansion plans are given the go ahead.
MORE than 100 ceramic poppy plaques will be placed around Dalton-in-Furness to help remember the fallen of the First World War.
A road traffic collision between M6 southbound between J38 and J37 is causing a backlog of traffic.
EXTENDED funding has been allocated for a pilot scheme to help farmers achieve environmental benefits tailored to their local areas.
I noticed in the Gazette that South Lakeland District Council hadn't yet found an alternative free parking area for the New Road 'park' (Gazette, July 19 'Free car park search goes on').
EXPLORE some of the woodlands, waters, settlements and twisting roads that make Rusland a special place, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. This undulating walk goes through woodlands and alongside Windermere before visiting Satterthwaite, Rusland Church and High Dam. It never goes high, but the ups and downs make it quite strenuous.
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.
DOG owners taking their pets for a walk at a popular Lake District beauty spot have no excuse now for dumping dog poo bags in bushes, tied to tree branches or stuffed into walls.
ST THOMAS' CE Primary School in Kendal is seeking planning consent for a multi use games area.
AVERAGE speed cameras are due to be introduced to improve safety on five roads in Lancashire.
THE transformation of a hospital ward for cancer patients has been given a £25,000 boost.