The Westmorland Gazette
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HAWKSHEAD'S masonic lodge celebrated the golden jubilee of Reg Walker who has reached the milestone membership of the order.
THE Lake District is today launching its own local currency, as part of a private initiative which will create a unique visitor experience, drive trade to local businesses and raise money for charity.
PRIME Minister Theresa May made a visit to a south Cumbrian business yesterday (Monday).
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a silver Vauxhall Corsa collided with a bollard in Dalton-in-Furness.
PEDESTRIANISATION and reduced car emissions could increase footfall in a Furness market town, campaigners have argued.
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.
THERE are two really bright planets on view in the evening sky at the moment, writes STUART ATKINSON. They might look similar to the eye but in reality they couldn't be more different.
THIS wonderful photograph by Joseph Hardman shows shepherds and their dogs at a local sheep dog trials. Sadly we cannot be sure exactly when and where it was taken. If you think you know we would love to hear from you at email@example.com or Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry, Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5AL. Please include reference number 2002.7.174 in any correspondence.
A LOVELY, welcoming three-bedroom house in the Eden village of Tebay is our featured property this week.
VARIOUS public bodies in South Lakeland are spending hundreds of thousands of pounds of our money creating cycle paths and landscaping small areas of land in Kendal. A new expensive website encourages tourism.
LIVERPOOL FC legend Bruce Grobbelaar will talk about stories from his glittering career at a fundraising event for Endmoor KGR Football Club.
AS CHEESE goes, brie is as quintessentially French as Gitanes and Gauloises but one Yorkshire creamery is putting a Wensleydale twist on the popular delicacy.
A CUMBRIAN poultry company which supplies eggs across South Lakeland has been commended for its practice by one of the world’s most prestigious awards schemes.
A NEW artisan coffee shop and wine bar has opened its doors in Windermere.
A child was bitten on the hand by a dog which was being walked off its lead, said police.
AN EDEN Project North could be 'very positive' for Cumbrian tourism but the local community must not be forgotten, a business leader has said.
An extremely rare Chinese ‘motorbike’ has taken pride of place at the Lakeland Motor Museum.
A POPULAR Kendal business owner will be trekking for ten days to raise £2,000 to help educate girls in his native Pakistan after he was inspired by a story in the Gazette.
BOLTON-le-Sands Floral and Horticultural Society invites friends old and new to two forthcoming events at the village's community centre.
A MAJOR new exhibition celebrating the life and achievements of Cumbrian climbing legend Sir Christian Bonington CVO CBE DL is opening in the Lake District soon.