The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 17 sec ago
ORGANISERS of the popular Drop In service at Kendal Cancer Care are encouraging more people to use the service.
A KENDAL estate agent's donations to good causes have topped £6,000, with hospice patients among the beneficiaries.
DELIGHTED Oxenholme residents have welcomed plans for a significant expansion of parking facilities for rail travellers which they hope will relieve the headache of parked cars clogging the village.
A LAKE District runner has completed an alphabet challenge by doing parkruns across the UK.
A TALK by the Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen was one of the special events at the rekindled Sedbergh Literary Festival, held over the weekend.
POLICE were called to a road traffic collision in Kendal this morning involving a car and a pedestrian.
FRACKING tests in the Lake District should not be given a free pass through the planning process, a committee has agreed.
A COMMUNITY energy group is launching its second share offer next week.
THE number of electric charging points in the Lake District is going to be doubled from 30 to 60.
HUNDREDS of lorry journeys will be taken off the roads from Shap Beck Quarry thanks to the £250,000 restoration of a rail link, says quarry operator Hanson.
THE story of a champion fell runner who died in World War One is inspiring youngsters at a Lake District school.
AS WE were travelling through Penrith on Monday, October 1, at about noon, our car had a serious breakdown near Gillan Way.
THE Jaywalkers play a fresh and exciting fusion of influences from folk, bluegrass and country to western swing music and Levens Arts and Film Society is bringing them to the Levens Institute on Sunday (November 4, 8pm) for a joyous evening of instrumentals, three-part harmony, impressive slap bass and good humoured banter. The Jaywalkers are described as one of the most exciting, virtuosic and entertaining young bands working on the British folk scene. Tickets on 015395-60534.
THE owner of popular Kendal pub Romneys has bought Paulo Giannis, the town's long-established pizza and pasta restaurant.
LONDON, New York, Tokyo and Paris have kept their places as the world’s most comprehensively attractive cities.
PUPILS at Dean Barwick Primary School in Witherslack have welcomed the arrival of new play equipment.
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Michelle Wilkin, director of Lakeland Retreats, argues why only service can save the high street