The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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A Christmas Gift For You/Phil Spector's Christmas Album originally released in 1963 on the London record label, value: first pressings £80, second pressings £50
AFTER six months of restoration, a Lake District church tower has been revealed in all its "new found glory".
Handel's Messiah and celebration of carols and readings from Thomas Hardy among festive favourites still to come
ULVERSTON Choral Society perform Handel's festive favourite Messiah at St Marys Parish Church on Friday, December 15 (7.30pm).
ALL of us remember special times and places in our lives. We hold in our memories moments when we were suddenly aware of the power of love, or the astonishing beauty of the world, or the overwhelming importance of someone in our lives. These moments are recalled again and again, and they make a particular date and a particular place precious to us.
Christmas is a time for stories. Local wroter Zosia Wand, from Ulverston, offers guidance on how to write flash fiction
I AM looking for some further information about a lady called Annie, who ran the Ulverston Post office more than 50 years or so ago.
A MAN who was well-known in South Lakeland running circles during the 1970s has died while on a trekking holiday in Nepal.
SANTA in various guises, along with a couple of elves, made an early visit to a South Lakeland town at the weekend for Rosemere Cancer Foundation’s first ever Kendal Santa Dash/Stroll!
IN REPLY to Mr Herbert from Northampton, who wrote to support the proposal to extend the life of the Kirby Moor windfarm (Letters, November 23, 'Extend life of the wind farm'), I believe that these bird-shredding, bat-mangling monstrosities have no place anywhere near the Lakes.
Westmorland Youth Orchestra, The Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge
A FORMER Lake District National Park Authority boss, ex-spy and 'role model' father has passed away, aged 79.
THE shoppers' car park at Kendal's Marks & Spencer store could get automatic number plate recognition cameras if plans are given the go-ahead.
Kirkby Stephen grandad travels to Czech Republic for pioneering £62,000 treatment for rare eye cancer
A GRANDAD diagnosed with a rare form of cancer says he has been given a new lease of life after receiving pioneering treatment unavailable on the NHS.
AN ESTABLISHED beer business has brewed up a £3million expansion plan to take it to 'the next level'.
FRUIT cages are a super way of protecting your precious cargo from the salivating beaks of hungry garden birds, the dexterous clawing of squirrels or dogs and the sheer determination of a hungry child, writes TOM ATTWOOD.
Two-years on from Storm Desmond which flooded an Eden dental surgery, the practice has not only redesigned and reopened their doors, they are now expanding to provide more care for residents.
I’ve made a frittata a couple of times but it’s not light enough and seems too solid. Has chef any tips?
THE rental market is showing signs of a slowdown, according to ARLA Propertymark, the Association of Residential Letting Agents.
A CLASSICALLY trained pastry chef from Kendal accepted an invitation to Downing Street to fly for flag for Cumbrian businesses.
VANDALS have smashed a window at a Lake District police station.