The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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PEOPLE struggling to afford to heat their homes this winter are being given £500,000 by Lancashire County Council.
ANYONE thinking about adopting a child in Lancashire is welcome to find out more on Tuesday, January 16 at County Hall, Preston, from 6pm to 7.30pm.
A CONCRETE-walled field barn proposed for Guides Farm, Flookburgh, would be "prominent and discordant" in the landscape, planners decided.
AN ULVERSTON resident has had outline planning consent for a new bungalow renewed.
A NEW preventative service to tackle child sexual exploitation in Cumbria has been launched by Barnardo’s.
PRIME Minister Theresa May has joined those paying tribute to Dame Jackie Daniel, the chief executive of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust who is to step down from her position.
Ann Chapman describes the life of Jack Kirkby, a Kendal rugby player selected to play for England boys in 1937
AGEING timber-built jetties at an outdoor centre on Windermere's shores are to be replaced.
PLANS for 20 "much-needed" storage containers to be sited on Kendal's Mintsfeet Industrial Estate met with approval from South Lakeland District Council.
OUTLINE plans for a new house on a field north of Burneside met with refusal from South Lakeland District Council.
POLICE are trying to trace the owner of a dog following the death of a sheep in Warton, Carnforth.
THIRTY colleagues at South Lakes Housing have taken up the RED January - Run Every Day - challenge.
STARGAZERS are looking forward to the 2018 Dark Skies Festival, organised by the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors national parks.
BENTHAM Town Council is to set its budget for the coming year on Monday (January 15).
Football stars of the future were brought to the Lake District for a day of team-building, and there was not a ball kicked all day.
An MBE was awarded to Thomas Metcalfe, of Kirkby-in-Furness, for his services to bell ringing.
The 5p charge on carrier bags is set to be extended under plans to tackle the "throwaway culture" in a 25-year Environment Plan being published tomorrow.
EFFORTS to create a smoke free generation in Cumbria by 2022 are being kick-started this year.
Carl Scrivens, 50, of Glenridding was awarded a BEM for the work he has done in the village.