The Westmorland Gazette
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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.
ONE of the great strengths of the Green Door artist collective is its diverse, ever widening spectrum of styles and techniques.
A PIECE of land in Coniston with parking for around four cars sold for £701 in an online auction.
CARNFORTH is joining the celebrations for Armed Forces Day on Saturday, June 30, 2018.
A CARERS' champion is hoping to make the lives of "unsung hero" carers in Eden a little easier.
A DEVOTED supporter of the Lancaster Canal who made many friends on the Northern Reaches has died.
MP TIM Farron made the case for controls on second homes during a meeting in Parliament.
AN APP loyalty scheme designed to promote businesses’ special offers has launched in a Furness market town.
AHEAD of the Tour of Britain coming to Furness in September 2018, the Lakes Road Club is bringing amateur road cycle racing back to the peninsula, with the Lakes Road Club’s Ulverston Summer Road Race on July 15.
A GRADE II listed country house near Carnforth is to host approximately 500 cars and bikes for the north west's largest classic car show.
SAFETY improvements are to be made to two key Cumbrian roads with £9.4 million of funding allocated by the Department for Transport (DfT).
A UNIVERSITY professor from Sedbergh has been awarded a CBE for her services to the scientific community.
A HERITAGE trail around the "historic heart" of Carnforth is planned for Saturday, June 16.
A FORMER bank cashier who has committed more than 50 years to working as a volunteer treasurer has been named as a Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM).
THOUSANDS of swimmers descended on the Lake District for the UK's biggest open-water swimming event at the weekend.
LAKELAND Leather is celebrating 40 years trade at its Bowness-on-Windermere store this weekend.
A-CENTURY-old suffragist banner has gone on show at the Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry in Kendal.
THE family of a Cumbrian man who died earlier this month have paid tribute to his life.
STRONG winds have brought trees down across Cumbria, causing problems for motorists this morning.
A TEAM from Helm Hill Runners has set a new record for the Billy Bland Challenge.