The Westmorland Gazette
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HOW does Shelbourn do it?
NEW Zealand has banned most foreigners from buying homes as it tries to tackle runaway housing prices.
STAYCATIONERS are heading to Cumbria, says UK holiday rental provider, Snaptrip. It has been looking at the key spots Brits have been looking at for their UK holidays so far this year - and Cumbria has come out on top.
SIX outdoor art installations scattered across the Lake District proved to be a major visitor attraction this year.
THE flagship arts festival of a town’s events calendar has been cancelled for 2018.
IT COULD be disconcerting that World Heritage Watch (WHW) is using threatening tones to our national park regarding their management of our piece of England (Gazette, August 16, 'Call for 4x4s ban in Lakes').
STAVELEY'S Rob Jebb stormed to victory in Sunday's 14-mile Sedbergh Hills Race despite the difficult weather conditions.
AS WEATHER forecasters predict an Indian summer, wellbeing and beauty expert Liz Earle has shared her favourite finishing touches for outdoor entertaining.
NOBODY dreams of renting a house forever - but if this is the situation you're in, you may as well make the most of it, writes Abi Jackson.
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.
AN EDEN builder cycled virtually non-stop from Land’s End to John O’Groats in 54 hours to celebrate a milestone birthday.
A PEDESTRIAN who survived a collision which claimed the life of her cousin is calling for the speed limit on the road where it happened to be reduced.
CUMBRIA is the capital for eco hotels in 2018, according to a list of finalists in the best of British hospitality.
WHAT is a flying freehold?
A COLLECTION of portraits capturing many of the characters living and working around Ingleborough will be on public display at The Folly in Settle.
WINDERMERE businesswoman and hospitality consultant Alison Magee-Barker, of AJ Lakes Consultancy, has been invited to Parliament on September 11.
ORGANISERS and visitors alike were thrilled as hundreds turned out to celebrate the return of the Hawkshead Show after two years of it being called off.
KENDAL'S New Look store is set to close its doors on September 5.
The Westmorland Gazette has three rare vacancies for reporters at its offices at Kendal.
RESIDENTS have been left upset and disappointed following the news that the last banks in two Cumbrian villages are set to close.