The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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AN HISTORIC Kendal building has been given a new lease of life thanks to the homecare company that has restored it.
AN intrepid Kendal cyclist is travelling across the country in order to raise money for a hospital unit close to his heart.
Special commemorative supplement to be published to mark the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette
NEXT week marks the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette, which was founded in 1818, when George 111 was King and the Earl of Liverpool was Prime Minister.
KENDAL'S new mayor is due to formally take office in a ceremony at the town hall today (Thursday 17).
Cumbria Trading Standards are warning residents across the County about doorstep callers offering to carry out home improvements, including roofing and guttering, following an increase in complaints.
POLICE seized around 250 cannabis plants, along with vans and cash, from cannabis farms in Carnforth and Nether Kellet.
Work to repair and rebuild the summit cairn on The Lake District’s iconic Scafell Pike has begun.
THE FUNERAL of Kendal's Russell Curwen who died in a crash in Lancaster will take place tomorrow (May 18).
Congratulations to South Lakeland District Council. The transformation of New Road Common into an attractive open area for the people of Kendal and our visitors is a triumph.
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.
A SHORTAGE of houses for sale in the North West is keeping prices "strong", says RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
What's on this week in the Lakes Diary ...
MORE than 1,200 people enjoyed sunshine and blue skies at Kendal Parish Church's spring fair.
A KENDAL driver stopped for speeding on the A65 at Clapham had been taking cocaine, heard Skipton magistrates.
AUTHORS of new books published during the last year will be touring Cumbria’s libraries throughout June as part of Read Regional 2018.
RETROSPECTIVE plans to convert a stable and kennels into a holiday bungalow in the north Lancashire hamlet of Tatham have been rejected.
Local MP Tim Farron used today’s Prime Minister’s Questions to push the Government to strip the Lakes Line from Northern.
A man who attacked his wife with two meat cleavers, leaving her with serious and life-changing injuries, has been made subject of an indefinite hospital order.
OUTLINE plans for a new dwelling on grazing land at Carnforth's southern edge were narrowly refused by Lancaster City Council.
A FORMER social worker and nurse has officially donned the ceremonial robes to become mayor of Lancaster.