The Westmorland Gazette
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A DETACHED two-bedroom dwelling is being proposed for the garden of an Arts and Crafts-style house in Grange-over-Sands.
WILL the council stop interfering in things they know nothing about?
ULVERSTON'S Ford Park is gearing up for yet another packed programme of summer fun including theatre and re-enactment.
A CHARITY race night held in aid of pancreatic cancer research was a roaring success.
MORE than 60 young cyclists took part in the first of Kendal Cycle Club’s 2018 Go-Ride Races at Heron Hill Primary School.
A NATIONAL park authority has moved to provide reassurance to farmers taking part in a scheme which could rejuvenate upland agriculture.
AS THE NHS experiences continued financial challenges, faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an incident of damage to a door in Flookburgh.
Kendal Rotary Club has a new president.
Dent and Deepdale
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.
HOME buyers are being reminded of the importance of searches carried out during property purchases.
THE people of Ulverston are being asked to help locate the overseas graves of every World War One soldier on the town's war memorial.
RESIDENTS of Sandylands in Kendal will be celebrating at their first summer fete since 2015 this weekend.
FRUSTRATED swimmers are still waiting to dive back into a north Lancashire pool because of elusive leaks.
ULVERSTON is one step closer to getting its very own weekly park run as organisers seek guinea pigs to test its prepared route.
BOYZONE'S appearance at Cartmel has been dubbed an overwhelming success after the Irish pop sensations wowed the crowds last week.
BARROW's Sterling Lotteries has donated £10,000 to St Mary's Hospice in memory of John Martin.
A LAKE District mine which closed its doors in 1962 could be re-opened as a visitor attraction.
CLASSIC CARS, an historic house and glorious sunshine all contributed to the record number of visitors at this year's Classic Car and Bike Show.