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HAS the project to widen the footpath alongside the A65 Burton Road at Kendal to make it a cycleway been properly risk assessed?
EXCITEMENT is building at Bassenthwaite Lake as the staff and volunteers on the Lake District Osprey Project (LDOP) eagerly await the return of the famous ospreys.
KIRKBY Lonsdale RUFC were narrowly beaten 19-17 at Sandal on Saturday.
CARNFORTH has been 'bypassed' and businesses are struggling to grow due to a lack of designated development space, a leading planning and design consultancy partner has said.
THE DAUGHTER of an elderly Cumbrian woman conned out of more than £320,000 has added her support to a police campaign to raise awareness of telephone scams.
RIC Seear scored all four goals after Kendal Town cruised to an emphatic 4-0 win at ten man Goole.
THE former owner of Underley Hall School says he is 'devastated' after being convicted of historic abuse against two boys.
POLICE are investigating an attempted burglary in Kirkby-in-Furness.
Kate Croll was elected as President of Settle Women's Institute for the coming year as Mary Hindle stood down after three years in the role.
A COLD snap in the form of the recent mini-'beast from the east' could not deter young farmers in Settle from rising to the various challenges of their annual 'hedging and walling' competition.
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.