The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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PEOPLE are being invited to have their say about plans for "a world-class visitor experience" telling the story of 300 child Holocaust survivors who found refuge in Windermere.
THE 18th century Horse and Farrier pub in the village of Dacre, near Ullswater in the Lake District National Park, has been sold through specialist agent Mere Commercial.
AN independent investigation is underway into the operation of the Windermere Ferry.
IT seems to me that South Lakeland District Council has only one course of action over New Road at Kendal.
WHAT a day! After challenging weather conditions during the build, the sunshine on Westmorland County Show day was extremely welcome and certainly contributed to what was an absolutely fantastic event.
A KENDAL secondary school has received nearly a quarter of a million pounds in funding which it will invest in a state-of-the-art all-weather playing surface and other facilities.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) could be about to blaze a new trail in treating some of the most seriously injured patients thanks to a cross-Atlantic partnership.
I drive westwards along New Road and it looks like Kendal has died and its heart has been ripped out. Anyone visiting Kendal from the north for the first time will think Kendal has closed down.
TWO more people have admitted roles in a class A drugs supply conspiracy in South Cumbria.
A WINDERMERE businesswoman and pole dancing advocate is hoping to raise more than just eyebrows with her unusual take on charity fundraising.
Royal Northern Sinfonia, Westmorland hall, Kendal Leisure Centre
YOUTHS have been "upsetting" residents at sheltered housing in Carnforth, town councillors were told.
THE hands of Carnforth's iconic railway station clock are moving once again after nearly a year-long standstill.
Funds have been approved to carry out initial work to improve common land at New Road in Kendal.
I WONDERED if anyone else has noticed the shocking decline in the standard of driving around Kendal over the last few months.
Name and job title: Caroline Page, director
The Westmorland Gazette’s Readers to the Rescue campaign aims to raise £40,000 for Kendal Mountain Rescue Team to buy a new state-of-the-art vehicle that will act as a ‘mobile base’. This would allow better communications on rescues and potentially save lives. This week SARA ROYLE talks to some of the organisations unsung heroes in the team's the support group.
HOUSING demand has dipped to a 12-month low, says the industry body for estate agents.
PEOPLE who are still feeling the effects of Storm Desmond nearly two years on are invited to a special surgery with MP Tim Farron next week.
THREE burglars "caught in the act" of late night criminal conduct in Kendal will be sentenced next month.