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HUNDREDS of runners are expected to take part in a run this evening (Thursday) in memory of Kendal's MasterChef star Matt Campbell.
On Good Friday I set off for work at my usual time, arrived at the multi-storey car park at Kendal to park my car, only to find it didn't open till 9.30am. Why? Does the council not realise that for a lot of people who work there is no such thing as a Bank Holiday?
THE former owner of a South Cumbria private school who physically abused two boys during his time in charge has been jailed for 20 months.
A QUESTION has been chosen to be put to the people of Kendal in a parish poll over the closure of New Road common land to cars.
MORE than 200 people gathered in Saint James’s Parish Church, Clapham, to welcome the Rev John Davies and his wife Diana.
FUNDING has been secured to resurface the outdoor sports pitch at the Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge, with a state-of-the-art multi-sport surface.
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WORKS to progress the replacement of Gooseholme footbridge in Kendal have begun.
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.
VOLUNTEERS are working hard to get Hornby swimming pool "shipshape and Bristol fashion" ready for its long-awaited reopening on Monday, May 8.
What's happening this week ...
A 52-YEAR-OLD from Kendal has been arrested following an investigation into a threat made to Cumbria County Council employees today (April 25).
A SOUTH Lakeland music festival will feature a record number of bands this June.
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A FREE walk around "the historic heart" of Carnforth is to take place on Saturday, May 5.
400 members of Scouting from across south Cumbria celebrated St George’s Day with an adventure activity day last Sunday.
DIVERTING traffic onto the A6 road through Milnthorpe when the M6 motorway is closed creates problems for the village, Milnthorpe parish councillors told Peter McCall, Cumbria's police and crime commissioner.
A PROJECT to improve the lives of the Lake District elderly is calling for your vote to win £31,000 of National Lottery funding.
A HISTORY group will begin its third and final year of excavation this summer to unearth three Norse long house structures in Furness.