The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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Regarding the report 'Car chaos' (Gazette, January 25), it is very important for readers to know that whatever parking problems we face in Windermere it is because of how amazing and wonderful our town is.
THE FINALISTS for this year's Cumbria Family Business Awards have been announced following a record number of applications.
SOUTH Lakes mental health charities Growing Well and South Lakeland Mind are hosting a 'pop up lounge' in the Westmorland Shopping Centre.
PLANS to upgrade a 'tired' stables yard in Stainton have been given the green light despite some opposition from village residents.
SKYWATCHERS were treated to a glimpse of a 'blue moon' last night (January 31).
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.
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POTENTIAL adopters for older children and siblings are being sought by Lancashire County Council.
SEVENTY brethren watched as Howard Connor was installed as worshipful master of Union Lodge at Kendal Masonic Hall.
OUTLINE plans for a new house in a Grange-over-Sands garden have been approved by South Lakeland District Council.
A BLUE Land Rover Defender has been stolen from the rear of a property in Allithwaite.
SOME of the UK's top backgammon players have signed up to compete in the Lake District's annual championship.
PLANS to demolish a dormer bungalow at 86 Milnthorpe Road, Kendal, and replace it with a two-storey house have been approved by South Lakeland District Council.
A REBELLIOUS reptile that went walkabout in Kendal has been found by holidaymakers and is now being cared for by the RSPCA.
RAIL passengers have given Virgin Trains some of the highest scores for satisfaction and performance among long-distance operators.
WALKERS placed Helvellyn at the peak of popularity in a poll of Britain's 100 favourite walks.
ROAD safety issues at St John the Baptist Church, Low Bentham, are to be discussed by Bentham Town Council when it meets on Monday (February 5).
THIEVES who targeted two Kendal town centre shops over an 11-day period are being hunted by police.
SUPERFAST broadband in Lancashire has 97 per cent coverage and is beating the national target, says Lancashire County Council.
A THOUSAND beacons are to be lit at 7pm on November 11, 2018, to mark the centenary of World War One ending - and Silverdale Parish Council is considering whether to join the nationwide chain of lights.