The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 34 min 45 sec ago
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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.
THE Appleby Smarter project, led by the Appleby Chamber of Trade, is busy planting bulbs around the town to enhance the townscape.
WESTMORLAND and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron has taken up a new role within the Liberal Democrats.
More than £5,000 raised in memory of former Kendal bank manager who died just before 30th wedding anniversary
A TRIBUTE evening to a former South Lakes bank manager raised an impressive £5,5000 for St John’s Hospice.
AN OLD friend of Alfred Wainwright's is working on a new walking book inspired by their conversations.
TRANSATLANTIC visitors to Newton Rigg College were given a hands-on insight into forestry management UK style, as staff and students welcomed education professionals from Georgia, USA.
Traffic is backing up on the A591 at Plumgarths Roundabout near Kendal following a collision between two lorries and a car.
A SAFETY-at-home session is being staged in the Lake District on National Burns Awareness Day by a paramedic who suffered serious burns as a toddler.
THE Archbishop of York has been asked to consider calling a meeting of council leaders to "try to make some progress" towards a devolution deal and an elected mayor for Yorkshire.
NEW signs planned for Grasmere's Co-op grocery store would be "more aesthetically pleasing" than the existing ones, Lake District National Park Authority planners heard.
AMBLESIDE and District Art Society's superb annual exhibition opens next Wednesday, October 18 with another strong show that demonstrates the diversity of talented Cumbrian artists belonging to the society.