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I’m going to a party and have to take a vegan dessert. Has chef any suggestions?
Historian David Shackleton reveals the identities of five South Westmorland men who died in the Battle of Broodseinde, which began in October 1917
PEOPLE looking to sell their home this winter are being offered expert advice by the industry body for estate agents.
BUILDER and former Great British Bake Off finalist Richard Burr - author of BIY: Bake It Yourself - compiles his list of the 20 essential items every DIY-er needs in their toolbox.
Latest planning applications received by Lake District National Park Authority
SOME people believe teaching your child to talk is something that comes much later in our baby’s development. Would it surprise you to learn the first six months can be one of the most sociable times of a child’s life?
A MAN accused of having a skeleton key in the Lake District for alleged criminal use will go on trial in February.
STAFF from a Kendal insurance brokers which closed for business had their first day in their new roles on Monday.
TRAFFIC police were monitoring drivers in Kendal on Friday morning to make sure motorists are prepared for winter.
A DECISION on whether a busy Kendal road should be permanently reduced to one lane to facilitate a cyclepath is expected early next year.
POLICE are investigating an assault which occurred on Stricklandgate, Kendal, close to The Fleece Inn at approximately 2:20pm on Thursday, November 9.
WARM tributes were paid to Lancaster University's first director of music, Sir John Manduell, at his funeral at St John the Baptist Church, Low Bentham, on Monday.
MORE than 100 delegates attended the third Cumbria Conservative conference held at The Low Wood Bay Hotel on the shores of Windermere.
A FORMER soldier turned ultrarunner from Kendal is taking on a mammoth challenge to raise money to help his fellow servicemen and women.
Just a short comment to add to the letters about the EU referendum. Of those who did vote, 51.9 per cent voted Leave and 48.1 per cent voted Remain.
Kendal Cycle Club celebrated its 2nd anniversary on Saturday with a birthday ride attended by 93 members.
POLICE are investigating a report of a burglary at a storage barn at Rydal, Ambleside, overnight between Monday, November 6 and Tuesday 7.
LAKE District hoteliers have expressed fears they could be forced to close if stringent restrictions on migrant labour are imposed after Brexit.
A NEW theatre project is being launched to raise awareness of the difficult issues and pressures facing young people.
OVERWORKED officers took thousands of days off sick last year prompting the chairman of Cumbria's police union to announce that force morale is at an all time low.