The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 49 min ago
REVIEW: one of the most impressive features of the concert was the degree of precision achieved by the players
THE Royal Northern Sinfonia opened the Lakeland Sinfonia’s 43rd season of concerts at the Westmorland Hall in splendid style, writes CLIVE WALKLEY. The concert had an Italian theme: although not all the composers represented in the programme were native Italians, all the music had some connection with Italy. Thus, Austrian Schubert’s Overture 'in the Italian style' opened the concert, soon followed by Hugo Wolf’s Italian Serenade; and after the interval we heard the German Mendelssohn’s
DAVID Starkey needs little introduction.
FIVE businesswomen from Cumbria have scooped top prizes at a prestigious awards ceremony.
AN AWARD-winning café-restaurant in Kirkby Lonsdale, which is due to play a starring role in the forthcoming feature film The Voyage of Dr Dolittle, has been put up for sale by its owners.
ARE we losing the beauty of the Lake District because of World Heritage and paper pushers?
WORK to stop future flooding on one of Kendal's arterial roads has been cancelled.
A young female athlete from Bowness on Windermere has dominated the world of golf winning over 17 tournaments this year.
What's on this week...
WHEN will something be done about the atrocious right hand turn onto the A591 from the western exit of Staveley?
Following our Past in Pictures supplement back on March, we have been contacted by Tracy Langley (nee Youdell), who lives in Wales.
One lane is closed due to emergency repairs on the M6 northbound.
I would like to send a very big thank you message, via the Gazette, to a kind and honest gentleman (I don’t know his name) who handed in my purse which I had left on a wall outside Morrisons. Hopefully, he will read this and recall his kind deed.
Commuters may experience slow traffic this morning as a fallen tree is blocking one side of the road between Spark bridge and Bouth.
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.
Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry MP brought his vision for the North to Cumbria on Thursday, stating the region will play a big role.
NEWTON Rigg College is celebrating an early crop of maize at its Sewborens Farm.
A retired Cumbrian couple with the combined age of 156 years in have published a mountaineering book against ‘the presumption’ that age and physical infirmity are barriers to mountaineering.
A MAN who had denied an alleged assault on a child at a South Cumbria school almost four decades ago has been acquitted of the allegation.
An Ulverston primary school has moved from ‘strength to strength’ according to its quadrennial Ofsted report, continuing its good rating with extra commendation for its student individuality and mentorship.
Part of the A65 west of Kirkby Lonsdale will be shut tonight until 5am tomorrow for essential road repairs and maintenance work.