The Westmorland Gazette
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POLICE in Lancashire want to speak to a man with links to South Cumbria in connection with a serious assault.
A KIRKBY Lonsdale restaurant has appointed a new jet-setting head chef who is ‘passionate’ about creating seasonal dishes.
THE Lakes Gospel Choir is performing in aid of Kendal's King's Food Bank on Saturday (June 9).
BOWNESS-ON-WINDERMERE'S Linthwaite House has reopened following a year-long refurbishment costing in excess of £10 million.
HUNDREDS of visitors stopped off in an Eden village to take in its spectacular annual church exhibition and scarecrow festival.
A FUNDRAISING night of Gilbert and Sullivan will be held on June 17 in memory of Milnthorpe singer Eric Park.
TWO South Cumbrian voluntary organisations have won the 'MBE for volunteer groups'.
MORE than a thousand people are needed to put Ulverston on the path to becoming the town with the most number of mass participation World Records.
POLICE investigating a shoplifting incident in Ulverston have released CCTV footage.
KENDAL Town Football Club's pre-season plans are beginning to shape as the club looks to prepare for the 2018/19 season.
A SEDBERGH food producer's healthy bakes will help launch Stella McCartney's new Bond Street store tomorrow (Friday).
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.
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"FASCINATING" stories of people who have made Cumbria their home are to be shared across the county, thanks to a lottery grant.
THERE is no fuel available on the M6 southbound at Killington Lake Services.
A BEAUTIFUL interpretation of a Dales meadow in all its wildflower glory has won silver at this year’s Chatsworth Flower Show.
TWO LOST cavers were rescued by Clapham's Cave Rescue Organisation on Monday (June 4).
CHILDREN aged up to 16 still have time to enter Carnforth's summer flower competition with their baskets, tubs and window boxes.