The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 26 min ago
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?
ARE more tourists good for us? The answer is clearly 'no' for the majority of Cumbrians, who do not get any return for the devastating traffic, the noise from off-roaders and other adventure seekers, the sheer number of people everywhere and the proliferation of second homes and dying of villages.
A SOUTH Lakeland nursery has achieved an 'outstanding' grade following an Ofsted inspection.
MORE than 140 written warnings were given to businesses in South Lakeland for food hygiene issues over the last year.
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.
WHETHER you want to transform a living room or beautify a bedroom, there are lots of ways to turn rooms into stylish sanctuaries this autumn.
NINE teenagers from Cumbria and North Lancashire have stepped onto the first rung of their career ladder in the hospitality sector, thanks to a hotel group’s training initiative.
SOUTH Lakes MP Tim Farron says he believes there is a groundswell of opinion backing the introduction of a “tourist tax” in the Lakes.
A car driver on the A65 near Kirkby Lonsdale had a very lucky escape when a tree fell on their vehicle during StormCallum today.
A TWENTY-year-old from Sedbergh says his ambition to become an MP has been boosted by his speech-making debut at the Conservative Party conference.
The team at the Lakeland Motor Museum in South Cumbria will enjoy national exposure on television tonight after taking part in filming for the latest episode of Channel 5's 'Walking Britain's Lost Railways.'
CUMBRIA Police are appealing for help to find a missing teenager from Milnthorpe.
KENDAL'S Dance Atikk were invited to perform in a show-stopping extravaganza at Blackpool Winter Gardens Opera House on Saturday.