The Westmorland Gazette
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A HOUSE blaze which claimed the lives of a young couple was caused by a faulty wood-burning stove with eight separate faults.
THE POSITIVE impact on the town of Kendal Rugby Club's new clubhouse complex was acknowledged when it landed a top local award this week.
A KENDAL legal firm has been thanked for helping will-makers leave more than £1.8 million to Cancer Research UK.
LEADING travel writers from around the United Kingdom will gather in Windermere to discuss the future of sustainable tourism.
AN experienced climber lost his life after losing his footing on Raven Crag.
THE wait is over - at long last Kendal Mountain Rescue Team has unveiled its state-of-the-art new mobile base, funded with the help of generous Westmorland Gazette readers.
A LAKE District hotel has a new restaurant manager.
MORE than 1,000 poppies have been cut, sewn, knitted and crocheted in a Dales town and brought together to produce a touching display in remembrance of those who lost their lives in The Great War.
FAITH VIEWPOINT: Christians are an active, fun lot of people, who join together whatever their denomination
THIS year, Churches Together in Kendal and District had a float in the Torchlight Procession.
Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes featuring Veronica by The Ronettes, on London Record label 1964, value £100
SEAN Shibe is regarded as one of the foremost guitarists of his generation.
WALKERS who became lost in the dark high on a mountain blackspot have been slammed by mountain rescuers.
Families posed with characters dressed as Snow White, Cinderella and Elsa when the Country Harvest store in Ingleton held its Christmas lights switch on last week.
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.
A HIGH street insurer is offering timely advice on how to minimise flood damage.
AN anonymous donation of £5,000 has given The Westmorland Gazette's Give Them a Break campaign a big boost.
A DISABLED teenage boy’s wish for more independence and a carbon-fibre wheelchair has sparked a £10,000 appeal.
A NEW director has been appointed at the University of Cumbria's Ambleside campus.
A Grange-over-sands resident is bringing a different form of gymnastics to Cumbria for the first time.
SOUTH Lakes MP and former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has hailed Lord Paddy Ashdown as a “hero” after it emerged he was suffering from cancer.