The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 26 min 3 sec ago
THOUSANDS travelled to Cumbria once again this year to visit Appleby Horse Fair.
ANTIQUES celebrity Eric Knowles is giving a free talk in Cumbria this weekend to celebrate the launch of an exclusive new Moorcroft vase featuring a famous Lakeland beauty spot.
CUMBRIA is set to be hit by Storm Hector tomorrow (Thursday) with anticipated winds of up to 60mph.
FIREFIGHTERS spent five hours tackling a Milnthorpe barn blaze yesterday (June 12).
CREWS attended to a vehicle fire on the M6 northbound yesterday (June 12).
A HUSKY dog with cuts to its paws was attended to by Keswick Mountain Rescue (MRT) team after getting stuck on Scafell Pike.
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a blaze at a Kendal property yeseterday (June 12) afternoon.
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.
DRIVERS who get behind the wheel while under the influence of drink or drugs, putting lives at risk, are being targeted this summer.
POEM and a Pint’s summer event celebrates the acclaimed literary work of Ulverston poet Neil Curry.
A MAN who downloaded child abuse images was reported to the police by his sister after he failed to heed a previous warning she gave him.
Experience the life and times of the English Civil War period this August as the oldest re-enactment society in the world, the Sealed Knot, heads to Ulverston’s Ford Park.
A BOWNESS teenager will take on a lofty challenge as she raises money to help at schools in Afirca.
TOURISM had a £1.24 billion economic impact on South Lakeland last year - up nearly 4 per cent on 2016.
CRAVEN residents can now include a new range of plastic and foil items in their blue recycling bins.
GYPSIES and travellers are now returning home after the Appleby Horse Fair.
CUMBRIA Wildlife Trust has slammed the Government announcement that badger culling should be allowed in England as a preventative measure against bovine TB.
LEGENDARY folk singer Roy Bailey is to play a benefit concert for the homeless at a Kendal venue this summer.
A 22-YEAR-OLD sous chef at an Eden pub restaurant has cooked his way to the runners-up spot in this year's ‘North West young chef of the year’ competition.