The Westmorland Gazette
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I WAS very interested in the report 'Enormous feline on the prowl in village' (Gazette, September 20).
'MOVING home is more stressful than divorce!' We’ve all read those reports. Just imagine moving house when that house is 'home' to 40 to 50 people.
Rio Grande Mud by ZZ Top released on the London record label, value £75
CARTMEL Racecourse has made the finals of the Racecourse Association Showcase and Awards.
WARM tributes have been paid to a homeless German man who made many friends during his years in Kendal.
ONE of the cornerstones of the Old Laundry's autumn season is the annual visit of the talent performers from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, staged on three consecutive days from Thursday, October 18.
TODAY looks set be much drier than yesterday - but drivers will be still be affected by flood water, which has blocked travel on a number of roads.
MOURNERS will pay their respects on Monday to a lifelong Lakes resident who has died, aged 106.
WAR veterans and uniformed organisations will be able to march through the heart of Kendal after an about face by organisers of a Remembrance Day event.
KENDAL Midday Concert Club continues its fortnightly series of Wednesday lunchtime concerts at Kendal Town Hall on October 17 with the Dunedin Consort.
This stunning image of a windsurfer at Newbiggin was taken on windy Tuesday by Westmorland Gazette Camera Club member Geoff Beattie.
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.
THE Northern Homebuilding & Renovating Show is returning to Harrogate this November.
Geoff Stead recalls pastimes and entertainment in the 1950s
AN INTERIORS company has teamed up with a professor to envisage a home on Mars.
NATURAL grains, stone and bolder colour choices will all star in kitchens next year, writes Gabrielle Fagan.
A GEOLOGICAL interpretation board has been unveiled at Brown Howe Quarry, Blawith, near Coniston, by Richard Leafe, the Chief Executive of the Lake District National Park Authority.
The River Kent is rising swiftly through Kendal as Storm Callum continues to lash South Lakeland.
I WAS driving home from Kendal to Ulverston last week, in my daughter’s car. Accustomed to a more powerful engine, I was frustrated at the lack of response when I put my foot to the floor to climb Lindale hill. It felt a little my professional life over the preceding weeks.
ARE the surface water drains in Kendal ready to cope with any autumn/winter downpours or are they blocked with debris?