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A NEW chairman has been appointed at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
A CAMPAIGN to bring a radiotherapy unit to Kendal's Westmorland General Hospital has taken another step forward.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams
Alison Bloxham from Kendal Physiotherapy Centre Ltd has just returned from Anzère, Switzerland, where she led a duo of physiotherapists to support 25 teams from around the world at the Winter World Transplant Games.
I WOULD like to thank proprietors Steve and Karen Thompson and their staff for caring response to an emergency on New Year's Eve.
A HIKE up Catstye Cam offers a better alternative to its busy neighbour Helvellyn, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. Its distinctive pyramid shape makes Catstye Cam a much more satisfying destination: the views are fantastic; it’s not crowded and at 2,920 feet only marginally lower than Helvellyn’s flat top. The grandeur of Helvellyn can be fully appreciated, particularly in early morning sun, from Red Tarn, which is one of the highest tarns in England.
A COLLECTION of Bronze Age items discovered in Furness have been declared as treasure at an inquest held yesterday.
The stars of Megaslam Wrestling are rumbling their way into Yorkshire Dales next month as a series of bouts will be presented at Settle Victoria Hall
A FURNESS grandmother made an emotional return to a cottage at Grizedale Forest - 78 years after her last visit.
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.
Lisney-Briggs Duo, Kendal Town Hall
TEN new affordable homes in Grange-over-Sands have been greeted by MP Tim Farron.
I WRITE to give credit where credit is due. In particular, the councillors of the South Lakeland District Council committee is deciding the outcome the planning application for the power station at Old Hutton.
EIGHT talented Cumbrian chefs are looking to 'give back' to a South Lakeland college by hosting a charity dinner.
A SCULPTURE depicting a shoal of Arctic Char hand made in steel is the latest of the installations to take its place for the 2018 Lakes Ignite Festival.
ARTIST and musician Kerry McKenna brings the magic and mystery of her slate paintings to the Gallery on the Green in Settle.
KENDAL Community Theatre presents another ground-breaking drama festival this year celebrating a century of women’s suffrage.
A LAKE District hotel and dining venue has recruited a hospitality professional with extensive international experience.
A SPANISH couple with a taste for Japanese food are following their dreams and have opened up a sushi restaurant in Kendal.
WITH the self-assessment income tax deadline for online returns looming large on January 31, the minds of those to whom this applies become concentrated. However, income taxes affect most of us and it is a subject in which a lot of misinformation is regularly bandied about.