The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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CARNFORTH Town Council is taking steps to fill a vacancy among its ranks.
A D-DAY veteran and "adored" great-grandfather from north Lancashire has received France's highest honour.
FAMILY life is extremely busy these days, and it pays dividends to have a regular time when all family members sit together and have a family meeting.
TO CELEBRATE Mother's Day this Sunday (March 11) a model and her mum have teamed up to share their vintage-inspired decor secrets, writes Gabrielle Fagan.
FOUR siblings from Kendal have qualified to represent Cumbria in the Schools' Cross-Country to take place in mid March.
POLICE are warning the public to be vigilant after an Arnside resident received a scam phone call.
A RECORD breaking superbike has taken pride of place at the Lakeland Motor Museum.
Cumbria Police is asking HGV drivers to be vigilant of thieves stealing loads and fuel from parked vehicles.
A 'PASSIONATE' chef has taken on the top position at a Lake District restaurant, with promises that he will be putting the customer first.
FEROCIOUS winds which ripped through the Lake District last week toppled dozens of 50ft trees.
A MAN has been arrested by police after he barricaded himself and a woman inside a Barrow hotel room.
A CAMPAIGN to clean up South Lakeland's beaches has been launched, marking the creation of the first group dedicated to the cause in the region.
ONE of the Lake District’s longest-running tourism operators has unveiled plans to expand.
ROBBERS made off with keys to a jewellers after forcing their way into a woman's home last night (Thursday).
LETTER: Postpone work at the former New Road car park until after the May district council elections
A LOT of decisions have been made by the Lib Dem-controlled South Lakeland District Council recently. A lot of controversial decisions. No more controversial than New Road at Kendal.
A LAKE District photographer has been nominated for an award at Parliament for taking action to protect the planet from climate change.
A BURGLAR who broke into a Kendal scrap metal dealership and stole £3,000 worth of property has been sentenced by a judge.
A SHELTER offering hot meals and beds to the homeless over the winter closed its doors on Saturday (March 3).
Haffner Orchestra and Martin Roscoe, Great Hall, Lancaster University
THE number of people looking for new homes soared by 37 per cent in January, says the professional body for estate agents.