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KENDAL Town host Mossley on Saturday as their Evo Stik Division One North campaign gets under way.
PEACE campaigners gathered beside the River Kent on Sunday night to commemorate the dropping of atomic bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
DEVELOPERS will contribute hundreds of thousands of pounds towards a new £6.1m roundabout on the A590 after plans to build more than 200 homes in Ulverston were approved.
ON A parking space in Captain French Lane, there is a notice saying 'Don't even think about it'.
A PLUCKY sports student shared the stage with Olympic legend Seb Coe after overcoming serious illness to graduate.
A FARMING family won the go-ahead to create an open slurry lagoon – despite objections from concerned neighbours.
ARRESTS of children by Cumbria Police have fallen by 52 per cent in the last five years, figures published by the Howard League for Penal Reform reveal today (Monday August 7).
NOW, drink up me hearties, The Dukes' Treasure Island production is proving such a swashbuckling success that the Lancaster theatre is extending its run until Saturday, August 19.
CLARINETTIST Jack Horrocks and soprano Faye Bowness are through to the finals of the Keldwyth Cumbrian Young Musicians Award.
AN historic structure left in a perilous state after being hit by a seven-foot high wall of floodwater has received initial funding towards its repair.
I was interested in the report about ‘A’ boards in Ulverston (Gazette, July 20, 'Council beefs up A-board stance'). It was surprising that Ulverston councillors seem to be ignorant as to Cumbria County Council’s policy on this matter.
DIY jobs outdoors are a great way to soak up the sun while getting something done.
Trevor Farrer (Letters, July 13, 'Young need to read history') points out the age disparity evidenced by the results of the recent General Election.
CELEBRATIONS are being held to mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of the church school in Cowgill.
A CONSERVATION charity has branded controversial plans to place two 1,200m zip wires over Thirlmere as 'wholly inappropriate'.
THE Christian author and journalist, GK Chesterton said, “Just going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than standing in your garage makes you a car.”
A Salty Dog by Procul Harum 1969 on the Regal Zonophone Label, value £50
IF ON results day the envelope contains the scores your teen wanted and needs for the next part of their education then celebrate and help them prepare for the next stage of their life.
CAFE culture in the Lake District has moved to a new level this summer with the opening of Mathilde’s at the Heaton Cooper Studio in Grasmere.
PUPILS from Ulverston Victoria High School got a head start on launching their creations into outer space for this year’s Ulverston Lantern Festival