The Westmorland Gazette
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A FAMILY-RUN hotel in Grasmere has unveiled a bold new look – and a new name – following a major investment.
CARTMEL rocked to the sound of music at a charity festival inspired by brother and sister Joe and Connie Elson.
A GLOBETROTTING adventurer has returned home to the Lake District for his newest BBC series.
A TOWN is claiming to have gained a second mass participation world record after hundreds of people put on comical party hats.
ADULT inpatient services at Morecambe Bay Trust hospitals have shown continued improvement according to the results of a survey.
KENDAL'S inaugural Unity Festival will take place this weekend with hopes of 'bringing people together'.
SEDBERGH School sixth former Tabitha Holdsworth is taking on the Boddy Challenge - a 10km swim on Windermere, the Windermere Marathon (42km) and then a 30 mile cycle back to Sedbergh - today (Thursday).
BRITISH Superbikes star James Ellison, of Kendal, had an eventful weekend in the latest round of the championship.
ONE of Carus Green golf club’s elite junior players has made a superb first impression during her international debut this month.
ROYAL Mail has revealed its ten "most scenic postal routes".
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.
THE average number of homes on estate agents' books is "at a near all-time low", according to RICS.
What's on this week ...
ONE of Cumbria's finest young musical talents has notched up another prestigious award.
A KESTREL chick had two lucky escapes when it fell out of its nest at the National Trust’s High Lickbarrow Farm.
THE Vodafone shop at Kendal's Westmorland Shopping Centre looks set for a new look.
A COUPLE have submitted outline plans to build two new homes in a large garden at Kents Bank.
MEMORIES of a "sorely missed" friend of the Furness folk music scene have inspired a new tune-writing competition.
AN EXTENSION to the Ullswater Way footpath has been opened.
A GROUP of local parents have launched a crowdfunding appeal to help raise money for the improvement of Abbot Hall play area in Kendal.