The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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TALENTED Kendal College student Tilly Henry's award winning conceptual environmental film, Plastic on the Menu, is showing in the entrance foyer of Kendal's Brewery Arts Centre. Tilly won the Brewery's Emerging Artist prize at the Kendal College summer exhibition and is working locally, incorporating digital and lens-based media to pursue a career in writing, activism and film.
Plan now for this evening’s peak travel. That’s the message from Northern to customers planning to use trains this evening.
A MAN who beat up his former partner in a "flash of rage" at their Lake District bed and breakfast has been jailed.
By 2021 more than one million people in the UK will be diagnosed with dementia.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA) has made an appeal to education chiefs to recognise the importance of primary schools to the life of rural communities.
A NEW all-terrain wheelchair is opening up the foothills of Ingleborough to people who have difficulty walking.
THE A590 is blocked eastbound following an accident involving three vehicles.
CONSERVATION charity Friends of the Lake District said it has been overwhelmed by the hundreds of stunning images submitted to their photography competition this year.
A three-volume book written and signed by author and philosopher John Ruskin will be for sale at a book fair in Grasmere.
GRASMERE'S Forest Side team is celebrating after it was awarded four AA Rosettes for culinary excellence.
SOUTH Lakes Citizens Advice Bureau has warned residents of a cold calling scam.
A LONE walker reported herself lost while descending from the summit of Ingleborough on Saturday (September 30).
A MOUNTAIN biker suffered a head injury in Whinlatter Forest on Saturday (September 30) afternoon.
Drunk motorists cause thousands of accidents on UK roads every year. Some 1,380 people were killed or seriously injured when at least one driver was over the limit.
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A SOUTH Lakeland adventurer has teamed up with a Canadian to complete a one-day climbing first on three formidable granite towers in British Colombia.
I AM putting pen to paper for the first time as I feel as though I had too, having spent four days and three nights in ward 7 at Westmorland General Hospital, having had a total hip replacement.
This image was taken by Joseph Hardman and the photographer' notes say it was taken at Silloth Harbour, but if you have any more information we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry, Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5AL. Please include the reference number 2002.7.283 in any correspondence.
BRIDGES collapsed, rivers burst their banks and landslides were triggered as torrential rain from Storm Desmond swept through villages and towns across Cumbria and other parts of the UK during the first weekend of December 2015.