The Westmorland Gazette
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THE region’s air ambulance has been praised by inspectors for its “strong commitment to deliver the best care possible”.
AN ACADEMIC who compiled a list of pioneering women - including Buddhist teacher Jacquetta Gomes, of Kendal - was invited to speak at the Mayor's Parlour.
A BOOK that documents Cumbrian lives through pictures has been announced as this year's Hunter Davies Lakeland Book of the Year.
CANCER patients at hospitals across Morecambe Bay will continue to benefit from complementary therapies such as aromatherapy thanks to a timely donation.
HOSPITALS across Morecambe Bay are set to be transformed thanks to a multimillion pound investment.
ONE of the longest-standing records in fell running was beaten at the weekend when a sky runner knocked an hour off the previous best time.
A SOUTH Lakeland town will be full to the brim of Cumbria's finest artists and craft makers this Sunday (July 15).
The current, prolonged heat wave is creating a number of challenges across our region. There is concern over forage stocks and grazing, where fields are desperate for some rain to make them grow.
STAFF and volunteers from the National Health Service (NHS) were put centre stage as part of the institution's 70th birthday celebrations last week.
SOUTH Lakes MP Tim Farron has passed his 100,000th case - a milestone he believes makes his office the hardest working in Parliament.
SEDBERGH School unveiled a state-of-the-art sports facility this weekend at the school’s annual prize giving on July 7.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a World War Two veteran who died following a car crash on the A683 in Melling.
TOOLS have been stolen from a locked shed in the Dufton area.
TWO team members of the award winning Shap Chippy have been awarded national qualifications.
BRITAIN'S builders enjoyed a surge in work in June as growth reached a seven-month high, according to new figures.
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.
SUNNY skies greeted the return of Sandylands Fete, the Kendal housing estate's first since the winter storms of 2015.
THE search to locate the graves of all 175 World War One soldiers on Ulverston's war memorial has been narrowed down to just four names.
RURAL landlords say Government plans for longer tenancies on rented homes could hit seasonal workers in agriculture and tourism.
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