The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 18 min ago
THE Tan Hill Inn, Britain's highest pub where winter visitors risk getting snow-bound, is up for sale.
A WOMAN from Warrington has won a luxury six-bedroom country house at Melling in a £2 raffle.
THREE men are attempting to kayak from North Lancashire to London to raise money for Cancer Research UK in a mammoth 400 mile journey.
EMERGENCY services were scrambled to locate a missing vessel after two reportedly drunk adults, accompanying two children, had gone out on Ullswater.
A 56-YEAR-OLD woman broke her wrist after falling at the edge of Derwentwater.
A RECORD number of 179 people turned up for the annual fundraising Farm Walk and Barbecue at Bleak Bank above Clapham.
AS PREDICTED last weekend's Perseid meteor shower was rather washed out by the Moon, which rose on Saturday night just as activity was building up to its peak, writes STUART ATKINSON. That meant that instead of seeing many dozens of shooting stars through the night, one every minute or so, only the very brightest shooting stars could be seen, and they were several minutes apart. Fingers crossed for better weather for the year's remaining major showers, in October, November and December, none of which will be murdered by the Moon.
AN OUTSTANDING property nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District national parks offers the best of contemporary and classic living.
An air ambulance was called to a medical incident on the M6 between J36 and J35 near Burton-in-Kendal services.
DEVELOPERS behind a proposed new employment and housing site on the edge of Settle have been dealt a blow after it was recommended for refusal by the highways authority.
PLANS to add three new family homes on to an under-construction Clapham housing development have been narrowly approved.
RUNNERS travelled from far and wide to take part in Ulverston's third annual Hoad Hill Festival of Two Feet.
Police were called to an incident involving a two vehicle collision in Patterdale.
A MAN from Appleby has confessed to two child sex crimes - one involving a youngster aged around 10.
ALAN Ayckbourn is constantly breaking new ground.
A CAVER had to be winched out of Gaping Gill after he was seriously injured in an incident at 11.38am on Monday..
SCORES of people turned out to enjoy a South Lakeland vintage vehicle spectacular.
A body has been found on the railway line heading north west out of Skipton after a person was hit by a train.
A SOUTH Lakeland couple have shared a cuppa with the Queen at Buckingham Palace to mark 18 years of dedicated fundraising for a children’s charity
KENDAL Town manager David Foster was pleased to see a positive response from his squad as the Mintcakes followed up a 5-2 opening-day drubbing with a 0-0 draw at newly-promoted Atherton Collieries.