The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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HOLIDAYMAKERS are to benefit from a longer season at a Thorton-in-Lonsdale touring caravan park.
A SEVENTY-five-year milestone has been reached by Davis & Bowring, the property management, estate agency and chartered surveying firm at Kirkby Lonsdale.
TO welcome South Lakeland and Eden's newest arrivals into the community, we asked you to send us pictures of babies born in 2017.
At the magnificent Cartmel Show on August 2, I was amazed to see the cartwheeling young acrobat lead in the ‘Cartmel Circus’ entry for the last equine event in the main ring - the fancy dress opportunity for mainly young riders.
OUTLINE plans for 27 new homes at the Furness village of Swarthmoor have been lodged with South Lakeland District Council.
THE North West's housing market remains buoyant, but the outlook for the coming year is "more subdued", says the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
THIS time of year is a time for change for us and for our children.
AN EMPTY shop at Wainwright's Yard, Kendal, could get a new lease of life as an 'upmarket' deli.
A TEENAGER who left a fellow Kendal pub customer permanently scarred following a glass attack has been spared custody.
STAFF running a Canadian-based hiking tours internet company says the Lake District has become the fastest growing region on its website.
IF ASKED to name one set of people which is universally well-regarded and respected in South Lakeland and the Lake District most people might put forward the area's mountain rescue teams.
Thousands of pounds up for grabs to charitable groups as applications open for Gannett Foundation grants
CHARITABLE groups across South Lakeland, Furness, Eden, north Lancashire and North Yorkshire are being encouraged to apply for grants from the charitable arm of the company which owns this newspaper.
A COMPANY that manages apartments in Grange-over-Sands and Ambleside, as well as a converted medieval castle in the Lune Valley, was highly commended at a national awards ceremony.
KIRKBY Stephen could be saying 'ciao' to a new coffee house selling gelato ice cream if plans by business owner Grant Geddes get the go-ahead.
We are in a high-speed world. High-speed trains, high-speed internet, high-speed cars. But we live in a low speed, rural environment. Small villages, narrow roads, no pavements.
A DEVELOPER is bidding to remove the affordable homes from its new cul-de-sac at Cowan Bridge.
A WINDERMERE hotelier is lacing up his running shoes for charity, getting ready to take on the half marathon distance for charity.
Remarkable Invisible at The Studio, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
Year 13 – A-level (AS-level)
THE annual Grasmere Sports is fast approaching as the Lake District village prepares for an action-packed day of traditional Lakeland sports.