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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
A NEW musical put together by a talented writing duo is being showcased at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The Top 500 Summits: A Lifetime of Hillwalking by Barry K Smith, £25
LUNESDALE Show is set to take place on Tuesday (August 8) with hopes of a sunshine filled day.
Dorothy C. Maguire (nee Coles) recalls collecting Rose-hips in the 1950s and 60s
The proposals to reduce Wildman Street at Kendal to one lane to incorporate a cycle path, is utter madness and beyond comprehension.
A TEAM from an Ingleton Food Hall is donning their walking boots this month to raise money for the North West Air Ambulance (NWAA).
A GROUP of artists who share a passion for allotments, food production, nature and the environment is staging an exhibition in the Sugar Store Gallery at Kendal's Brewery Arts Centre. Based in the Bolton and Bury area, the artists and writers of The Slug Society use prints, paintings, textiles, photographs, sculpture and text to explore the social, political, community and environmental themes around allotments. The society's Re:Allotted exhibition runs until September 2.
A PLAQUE has been unveiled on an ancient pre-medieval path in Kendal marking the end of a 28-year-old battle to rescue the lane from dereliction.
CUMBRIAN schools feeling the pinch of tight school budgets have received help from a food charity.
A Lancashire Monastic Way by John Convey, £9.95
A SQUARE branded an 'eyesore' at the southern entrance to Windermere has been lovingly improved by residents.
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