The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 16 min 59 sec ago
KENDAL taxi firm K Cars is planning to open a booking office at the former dry cleaners at South Lakeland Retail Park, Kendal.
NEW caretaker boss Steve Edmondson is confident that after a hectic week's recruiting, Kendal Town will take to the field at Market Drayton Town on Saturday with a competitive and capable squad.
A SERVING Cumbrian police officer has pleaded not guilty to two charges arising from an incident on Beast Banks, Kendal in the early hours of Sunday, May 6 last year.
One lane of the M6 is closed due to lorry having a tyre changed northbound from J32 M55 (Broughton Interchange) to J33 A6 Preston Lancaster Road (Lancaster South/Garstang).
A DRINK driver has been banned from the road for 20 months after admitting the offence when he appeared at South Cumbria Magistrate Court.
LUNESDALE head chef Oli Martin is helping to promote the cuisine of his home county at a major event in Cannes next month.
Strong winds have froced the Windermere Ferry to stop operating between Bowness and Far Sawrey.
PLANS for a Thai boxing venue at an empty Kendal industrial unit have been submitted to South Lakeland District Council.
BRETHREN from Silverdale's Masonic lodge gave £1,126 to the village's Bleasdale School for children and young people with profound learning difficulties.
DEMAND for industrial property and offices in the North West has risen, while demand for shop space has dropped, according to RICS.
ARTISAN chutney and jam maker Hawkshead Relish picked up an accolade at the North West Federation of Small Businesses' Celebrating Small Business Awards 2019.
THE Podium by Bill Angus (December 6, 'Adversarial mindset is bad for democracy') highlighted everything that is wrong with our current House of Commons, things that I and probably most of the country would agree with, except maybe our politicians.
THE day has finally arrived for the Kendal and District Lions Club as they open their new bookshop today.
Musician Jess Gillam will perform at this year's British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards show.
Cumbria Tourism is urging local people and visitors to get behind the village of Cartmel and world-famous Hadrian’s Wall, which have both made the shortlist in a national competition.
An amber flood alert has been issued today for the coast in the northern Morecambe Bay area.
COMEDIAN Reginald D. Hunter returns to Cumbria next month to launch his latest stand-up show.
Traffic is stationary on the M6 near junciton 36 at Crooklands following an incident involving a van and a car.
Traffic is reported to be easing after previously being very slow traffic on the A591 Ambleside Road at A592 Rayrigg Road (Cook's House Corner) this monring.