The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 23 min 17 sec ago
CHRISTMAS cooks are being warned not to wash oil and fat down the sink to help stop fatbergs in the sewers.
A LAKE District hotel worker who bit and punched a colleague during a vicious off-duty attack has been spared immediate prison.
ONE of the Lake District's most iconic stretches of land has been leased to an independent group following extensive consultation.
AN ambitious conservation scheme to reintroduce species to Morecambe Bay has appointed its leaders now that it has won funding.
I WANTED to appeal to your readers to ask them their used stamps this Christmas and donate them to Kidney Care UK to help us raise much- needed funds for kidney patients.
A SOUTH Lakes artist has been 'Tolkienising' the country's national parks, using his map drawing skills.
AN influential campaigning and lobbying organisation has been controversially forced to fold silencing thousands of users of a busy Cumbrian lake.
Lakeland Sinfonia, Westmorland Hall, Kendal
EVERY frontline police officer in Cumbria is to carry a camera as part of their standard equipment.
THE on-shore ticket machines for the Windermere Ferry are to be scrapped in a u-turn that follows more than a year of campaigning.
The decision no to extend the life of Kirkby Moor windfarm must surely be one of the worst decisions by South Lakeland District Council in recent years (Gazette, December 7, 'Residents win turbines fight').
THE EXIT of a talented Kendal chef from a flagship BBC2 cooking competition has prompted a social media backlash.
I’M looking for support for my stamp appeal to raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust (Charity Number 1159590), the leading charity dedicated to fighting primary bone cancer.
Our Dales Volunteers have completed the mammoth annual task of surveying the condition of all the stiles, signpost, gates and footbridges in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Most of us travel at some stage over the festive period, and sharing the road with what can feel like the entire population can be stressful.
WITH Christmas just around the corner, I’m feeling particularly excited as this will be my first Christmas as a dad. My daughter may still be tiny, but I’m looking forward to starting those festive family traditions that I have such fond memories of growing up with myself.
Many people with the chronic, neurological condition M.E. tell us they feel very lonely and isolated at this time of year, particularly those who live alone with no family or friends to share the festivities with.
THE performance of a seminal folk-music event is to take place again next year following rave reviews of its 2017 revival.
I WOULD like to say 'thank you' to the kind gentleman from Kendal with his dog, who recently joined me in my search for my own dog, who had disappeared in the woods on the Sizergh farm trail.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing Merseyside woman, thought to be in Cumbria.