The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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MY HUSBAND and I recently spent 30 glorious days in Great Britain and Ireland. While in Ireland I unfortunately broke my arm and because of that I had to turn the driving over to my husband who has not driven in five years!
I would like to make a pumpkin quiche but haven’t a clue how to do it. Can chef help?
DRESSING your porch for Christmas is the perfect way to give guests a warm, festive welcome to your home, writes Hannah Stephenson.
Being a parent is the hardest job in the world, that’s a fact!
THE heroics of an 11-year-old Windermere boy saved the lives of his family when a bedroom fire took hold of his house on School Knott Close.
The legitimacy of the Brexit referendum will be argued over for years, but it's quite clear that with 11 Northern Ireland MPs holding the government hostage, the discussions over the terms – the so called 'deal' – have descended into a chaotic and expensive farce.
A MAN jailed for assaulting his former partner inside her Kendal flat has had his prison term reduced on appeal.
A NATIVITY play staged in a South Lakeland parish is due to be performed for the 100th successive year.
FOUR men have been arrested following a disturbance outside the Sun Inn, Ulverston.
Celebrated blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa is to play in Carlisle as part of his latest UK tour.
FOUR 12-volt batteries worth £480 have been stolen from heavy good vehicles parked inside Allen & Myres Scrap Merchants at Mintsfeet Road South, Kendal.
A 10-year-old boy has braved the shave to raise thousands of pounds for a cancer charity.
A 20-YEAR-OLD woman was freed from her car after a crash in Dalton-in-Furness this morning (December 15).
THIRTY mums gathered in Heversham to discuss maternity care across Cumbria.
BRAVE health workers are set to spend a chilly night in Honister Slate Mine to raise vital charity funds.
BURNESIDE Parish Council is looking forward following the appointment of four new councillors at a 'positive meeting'.
A YORKSHIRE Dales studio has been fitted with a new high-quality dancefloor.
CUTTING edge technology designed to quickly assess bridges damaged by flooding could help bring Cumbrian communities together.
AN almost forgotten tradition of putting an orange into a Christmas stocking is to be revived at a Kendal supermarket tomorrow.
EMERGENCY SERVICES are dealing with a fire at Lancaster ASDA's petrol station.