The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 3 min 41 sec ago
HUNDREDS of thousands pounds is set to be invested into an Eden business, helping to expand its product range and bringing new jobs.
PUPILS at The Lakes School in Windermere are appealing for anybody with unwanted buttons to help them reach their massive six-million total for a holocaust memorial project.
I HAVE quietly viewed the trialling of a cycle path along Wildman Street at Kendal from a perfect vantage point - my shop, Burrells Newsagents on the corner of Longpool and Ann Street.
STUDENT paramedics from the University of Cumbria were invited to an open day with North West Ambulance Service to encourage them to choose the county as their destination of choice when they are qualified healthcare professionals.
APPROVAL has been recommended for a project that will see an historic country house turned into a high-end family hotel.
DOZENS of snap happy photographers have joined The Westmorland Gazette's new camera club.
A JAPANESE-style sushi cafe, deli and takeaway is on the cards for Kendal.
A PLEDGE by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to introduce rent controls has met with disapproval from the industry body for letting agents.
A Kendal man has been sent to prison for slashing tyres and shoplifting in the town.
PROTESTORS against the closure of New Road car park took their opposition to the next level on Tuesday night, as they removed boulders from around the side and parked cars and motorbikes on the controversial land.
VIGILANCE has been urged among farmers after new figures show three people were killed on farms in the North West in just 12 months.
GUESTS at Ambleside's Skelwith Fold caravan park are being recruited to help battle a grey army now marching towards its previously safe haven for red squirrels.
IT takes a brave man to open a pub, when 23 a week are still closing down across the UK.
KENDAL veterinary consultant and Westmorland Gazette contributor Iain Richards was elected as the new President of the Sheep Veterinary Society at their autumn conference.
MEADOW Foods has announced that it will be increasing its milk price by one pence per litre (ppl) from November 1.
A NEW house planned for Kirkby Lonsdale would be "oppressive and overbearing" to neighbours, and would harm the town's conservation area, planners decided.
KENDAL superbike rider James Ellison made it onto the podium as he came third at the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship victory in Assen, the Netherlands.
What's on this week ...
WESTMORLAND and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron has been visiting residents on Kendal's Mintsfeet who are still waiting for flood protection measures to be installed at their homes, after Storm Desmond struck in December 2015.
ANYONE thinking about becoming a foster carer in Lancashire is invited to find out more on Wednesday, October 18.