The Westmorland Gazette
Updated: 1 hour 55 min ago
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.
ARGOS in Kendal’s. Westmorland Shopping Centre will close next month and re-open in the new Shap Road Sainsbury’s.
A SOUTH Lakeland woman is asking fisherman to be more thoughtful about how they dispose of tackle after she witnessed a gull with a hook stuck in its beak suffer a ‘horrible’ death.
BEAUTIFUL wood panelling, ceiling beams and slate-flagged floors are among the original features at our property of the week, Melody House in Haverthwaite.
Breathing new life back into old buildings, whilst maintaining their history and heritage, is crucial, argues Windermere-based entrepreneur Ian Dutton
The situation created by Boris Johnson's comments about women wearing a burka is of the country's own making.
A COUPLE who share a passion for the great outdoors celebrated their diamond wedding yesterday (Thursday).
MAY I extend a huge thank you to three wonderful local people. They kindly picked up two soaking wet, bedraggled ladies, who had got lost among the bracken near Bigland Tarn on Sunday, August 12.
A GRANT from The Westmorland Gazette's parent company has helped to boost the work of volunteers carrying out repairs of key Lake District paths.
A BANANA plant grown in a Grange-over-Sands garden has flowered following the recent warm spell.
This image is from our Joseph Hardman archives and shows a farm that we believe is in the Bannisdale area.
I READ with interest your report of the rally held at Latrigg on the theme What are National Parks for? (Gazette, August 9, 'Rally hears of park concerns').