The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 14 min 19 sec ago
CONVERTED from the carriage house of magnificent Thurland Castle, this luxurious three-bedroom property offers 21st century living in historic surroundings.
WHAT great news for the Windermere branch line! To be up there with the chance of having some of the earliest hydrogen powered trains is wonderful - zero emissions and no unsightly overhead wire pollution. It's a win, win.
A MAN has been jailed and disqualified from keeping animals for life after the RSPCA obtained videos of him setting his dogs on a pet cat and a fox.
A TEAM of mountain rescue volunteers is trying to raise money for a new dedicated base.
'We're here for you' - Cumbria Police's message to domestic abuse victims and survivors this Christmas
In the lead up to Christmas, Cumbria Police is urging victims and survivors to come forward, whilst working to make people more aware of the different forms domestic abuse can take.
A collection of 60 Beatrix Potter first editions, including the much-loved author's first book The Tale Of Peter Rabbit published in 1902, is to be sold at auction.
A talented chef who starred on the popular BBC2 cookery show Great British Menu is offering everyone a chance to win a ‘Great British Menu Experience’ worth £300.
BROCKHOLE has now become the Lake District National Park Shopping Centre.
YOUNGSTERS who carry out caring roles at home are being giving a much-needed break by a monthly social club.
A FANTASTIC fundraising effort by the Friends of Crosthwaite School saw the group raise a record £10,000 at their bi-annual 'Auction of Promises'.
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.
PANTO season returns to Grange-over-Sands tomorrow (Friday) as the curtain goes up on Robin Hood.
BEAVERS, Cubs and Scouts of Carnforth are celebrating the opening of their new £170,000 HQ.
KENDAL Jazz Club's next gathering will be on Wednesday (December 12) featuring the jazz quartet Hotcha!
ROAD closure signs along the A590 alerting drivers are displaying the WRONG information.
SOUTH Lakes councillors have given the go-ahead for a private horse arena in a Furness village – despite concerns about flooding.
I HAVE read with interest, over the past weeks, reports regarding the flooding problems at Backbarrow Bridge, and the suggestions and proposals of how to eliminate this problem.
A PAINTING of Grange-over-Sands’ bandstand has won a Christmas card design competition organised by South Lakeland District Council.
GREAT British Bake Off Host Prue Leith paid a surprise visit to new Ulverston art venue Gallery 68.
HEAVY traffic which caused delays for motorists in the Kendal area is now easing.