The Westmorland Gazette
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THE story of a unique photograph album of Jews arriving at Auschwitz is being shared with visitors to the Lake District Holocaust Project.
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UK PUB company Ei Group has named a Lake District establishment ‘Best Joint Investment’ at its inaugural Awards for Excellence.
IT is 50 days until the Tour of Britain comes back to Cumbria – and full details of the route through the county and the main sponsors for the Cumbria stages of the race were unveiled today.
TWO handy new books detailing interesting Dales’ walks and highlighting popular pubs to quench the thirst en route, are now on sale.
Councillors have confirmed their responses to a key planning document affecting South Lakeland.
A MAN accused of indecently assaulting young players while he was a Lake District football coach has gone on trial.
THE RNLI today rescued a lone yachtsman who had become unwell and required a medical evacuation.
MORRISONS at Kendal is to introduce a quieter hour for customers who would benefit from a calmer shopping trip.
BARROW and Furness MP John Woodcock has today resigned from the Labour party.
CUMBERLAND Building Society has announced the appointment of Mark Stanger as a new non-executive director.
MORE than 1,300 people took part in the Great Cumbrian Litter Pick organised by the Friends of the Lake District.
THREE hundred passengers will take part in Britain’s biggest snogathon on Sunday, July 22, under the iconic clock at Carnforth station where Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson kissed in the classic 1945 movie Brief Encounter.
A SOUTH Lakeland college will have more freedom to run a town’s museum as part of a new management agreement.
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.
ONE of the star outfits of open air theatre return to a favoured haunt next week.
How many times do you meet bikers where they should not legally be? In towns, villages; on footpaths and on the mountains.
THE annual Lakes Charity Classic saw paragliders from across the UK meet in the Lake District to fly together and raise thousands for charity.
SIX of the original Calendar Girls will be attending a public event at a Yorkshire Dales attraction next week.