The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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SOUTH Lakeland District Council (SLDC) has been recognised for its commitment to enhancing the skills of its local councillors.
TWO forwards have departed Kendal Town Football Club in the past week, while a young goalkeeper has been brought in on loan.
A POLICE investigation is ongoing into the theft of ink cartridges from Asda in Kendal.
A ROAD rage incident in Kendal where a driver was acting aggressively to other road users is being investigated by the police.
A FAMILY has told of its terror when its pet dog Sally was attacked by a bird of prey as they walked by the side of the River Wharfe in Lower Grass Wood, Grassington.
Traffic in Kendal is said to be very congested and slow moving at the moment.
THE four finalists for the January image of the Gazette's 2019 Calendar competition have been chosen.
AN ACCIDENT in Natland has partially blocked the A591 southbound this morning (January 25).
CARNFORTH swimming pool's transfer to a community-run charity has been given the seal of approval by Lancashire County Council's Cabinet.
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.
GUESTS gathered for the grand opening of a collection of luxury serviced apartments and rooms in Barrow-in-Furness.
MORE and more Brits are heading to Spain to buy their dream second home by the beach, says housebuilder Taylor Wimpey España.
Places to see and go ....
A FLEET of small passenger boats which have collectively clocked up more than two million miles have disappeared from Windermere after ferrying visitors around England’s longest lake for more than 45 years.
ONE of Cumbria’s best-known visitor attractions is striving to be named as the UK’s best classic car destination.
A DRIVER from Grange-over-Sands who admitted causing death by driving without due care and attention has today been convicted and sentenced.
COMMERCIAL passenger flights will jet into Carlisle Lake District Airport this summer for the first time in 25 years.
"ENTHUSIASTIC and cheerful" volunteers for the Lancaster Canal Trust gave up 1,800 hours to work parties, pleasure boat trips and other tasks in 2017.
LIBRARIES across Lancashire are celebrating the 18th National Storytelling Week starting this Saturday (January 27).
A CHARITY that helps disabled and disadvantaged people enjoy outdoor activities has kicked off its 40th anniversary year with a team-building away-day event.