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NEWLY created gardens have sown seeds of change in a once-rundown part of Barrow-in-Furness, says a firm of landscape architects.
BARRATT Homes has been awarded a maximum five-star rating in the new Home Builders Federation customer satisfaction survey for 2017.
WHETHER you are renting for the first time or are an experienced tenant, renting a property can present challenges for the unprepared.
A RENOWNED British mountaineer has expressed regret over 'off the cuff' comments he made describing mountain rescue as 'sport'.
PLANTING for privacy needn’t mean creating an evergreen fortress, writes TOM ATTWOOD. Privacy is something most of us want, especially in our garden spaces and by using and selecting a range of plants this is entirely achievable.
AN expanded dairy in the Yorkshire Dales has been officially opened by the Duchess of Northumberland.
I’ve been set the challenge of making a meal for eight based on dishes from Thailand. What would chef serve as the main?
A LAKE District man who launched a "Going the Distance" campaign has raised thousands of pounds for a charity close to his heart after completing a series of testing challenges.
REVIEW: magnificent display of technical virtuosity, imaginative improvisations and impeccable musical style
Tim Kliphuis Trio, Kendal Town Hall
HALF term is a time for a break from school and nursery. The autumn half term falls when it is dark, cold, wet and windy and it is a time (if you are not working) for a few lazy days, providing you and your family with an opportunity to rest and recharge.
AN ENERGY Performance Certificate (EPC) shows information about the energy efficiency of your property.
A LAKE District photographer is planning to send a copy of his book documenting the impact of climate change to every world leader to alert them to the realities of the global threat.
A FORMER Lake District pub landlord who downloaded "utterly repellent" indecent images of children has been jailed for a year.
A COUNCILLOR and long-standing supporter of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance found himself in need of the rapid response emergency charity after suffering a suspected heart attack.
KENDAL once again hosted a creative spectacular as the Lakes International Comic Art Festival returned for its fifth instalment.
THIRTY students from the University of Cumbria joined forces with Cumbria Wildlife Trust (CWT) to plant more than 1,300 plants in wildflower meadows at Mallerstang in the Eden Valley.
THE MET Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Cumbria, with threats of strong winds and transport disruption.
AFTER 17 years at the helm of Kendal's outstanding college, principal and chief executive has announced he will be stepping down.
A MAN who repeatedly sexually abused a child has been locked up for four years.
Westmorland Gazette reader Susan Dorward of Tyne and Weat took this photograph.