The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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A COUNCILLOR may have given a telecommunications giant a ‘lifeline’ in its bid to erect a 60-foot mast on an Ulverston housing estate, a meeting heard.
A CASUALTY was freed from their car yesterday (December 28) after an incident in Holme.
COUNCILLORS have voted to give themselves an allowance increase - although there was a reluctance to accept the rise in some quarters.
KENDAL Mountain Rescue Team is celebrating after The Westmorland Gazette's Readers to the Rescue appeal topped its ambitious £40,000 target.
THERE will be no household waste or recycling collections across South Lakeland today (December 29) because of the ice and snow.
A COMMITTED group working tirelessly to protect the beautiful mountains of the Lake District has received a £3,000 boost.
A MAN has been left with serious injuries following a collision in Lancaster on Wednesday (December 27).
MOTORISTS are experiencing hazardous driving conditions due to snow on the A590.
THIS horseshoe walk offers splendid views and the achievement of climbing the significantly high fell of Hart Side, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. The name Glencoyne may have been derived from old Irish 'cdin,' meaning beautiful, and it inspired Wordsworth to write one of his most famous poems, Daffodils. The walk passes Seldom Seen, an aptly named place because relatively few walkers visit this lovely area: so like the poet you might well wander 'lonely as a cloud.'
A NEW craft beer bottle shop and bar for Kendal gained the seal of approval from South Lakeland District Council.
Ulverston Choral Society, St Marys Parish Church, Ulverston
FOURTEEN days into their 3,000-nautical-mile Atlantic rowing challenge, the Four Oarsmen are winning the battle for first place.
AFTER November's flooding at The Sands, Appleby, last month, the Environment Agency is to be asked to give an update on flood defence works for the town.
A PLAN to convert a former public toilet on an already busy road in to a takeaway in Ulverston has been met with objections from councillors.
TYRES have been slashed on two cars parked in Kendal.
POLICE are investigating a series of incidents where objects including large rocks, wooden gates, traffic signs, traffic cones and pieces of wood have been placed in the carriageway on Lake District roads.
NORTH West Ambulance Service has reported one of its busiest Christmasses ever.
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TWO vehicles were involved in a collision in Burneside this morning (December 28).
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