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EVERYBODY is welcome to a talk in Bolton-le-Sands on Thursday, February 22, about working on the Lancaster Canal.
HELP is at hand every day for Lancashire young people who need advice or a listening ear, says Lancashire County Council.
TWENTY-seven disadvantaged and disabled people were helped into paid work in 2017 by Kendal-based Right2Work.
WOULD-be adopters in Lancashire are invited to an information evening at Preston's County Hall on Tuesday, February 13, from 6pm to 7.30pm.
CANCER patients from south Cumbria and north Lancashire can expect shorter and more comfortable radiotherapy treatment, thanks to a new piece of equipment.
SOMETIME over the past two weeks, 18 pregnant Swaledale sheep have been stolen from Dent.
A GLOBAL event to promote fellowship between people of different faiths was celebrated in Milnthorpe.
HELPERS are being sought to spruce up Hornby swimming pool before its hoped-for Easter 2018 reopening.
POWER tools have been stolen from vans during a series of thefts in Kendal.
AN INVITATION to be "inspired" by exciting new technology for schools is going out to teachers across Cumbria.
This week entrepreneur Elon Musk successfully launched his new rocket from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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.
A YELLOW weather warning for snow and ice across Cumbria has been issued by the Met Office.
'Superb' picture of Blea Tarn scoops top prize in The Wainwright Society's 2017 photographic competition
A 'SUPERB' picture of Blea Tarn at Great Langdale has been chosen as the winner of The Wainwright Society's 2017 photographic competition.
RUNNERS will next month be able to take part in the National Trust's first-ever seven kilometre night run in the Lake District.
A RETIRED primary school teacher from Dalton-in-Furness has won a national award for her illustration talents.
THERE are hazardous driving conditions in Cumbria this morning (February 6) due to snow.
MORE than 2,000 children in the South Lakes area are living in poverty, according to new figures.
TODAY (February 6) marks 100 years since Parliament passed the Act which allowed some women, and all men, to vote for the first time.