The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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It is becoming apparent that the Brexit the country voted for is not going to be delivered.
WORK to replace a footbridge in Kendal that was damaged during Storm Desmond is due to begin by the end of September.
James Airey (Letters, July 20, 'Reasons to vote Tory') pedals the opinion, "...outgoing Labour government had left the country almost bankrupt."
EMERGENCY services were called following a crash which saw a car roll onto its roof on Sandside Road near Arnside.
Healthcare professionals are meeting to discuss options for a suicidal Cumbrian teenager whose case prompted a High Court judge to issue a scathing assessment of current care provision.
PEOPLE in Cumbria are being warned about aggressive phone scammers claiming to be from the tax office demanding sums of money.
Westmorland Gazette reader Sue Barlow took this lovely photograph.
A FIRST class architecture student from Sedgwick has been named 'best in show' for her final year project.
BUMPER crowds turned out for an annual village sports event on Saturday that continues to grow in popularity.
SOCIAL housing landlords are to benefit from almost three decades' experience brought by a new procurement manager.
TRADITION and community were at the heart of this year's Ambleside Sports, with many of its highlights coming from the bright young stars of the future.
A NEAR-miss incident between a train and two pedestrians has led to the emergency closure of a level crossing in South Lakeland.
See our new Tourism Guide - all you need to know if you are planning a visit to the area or looking for something to do this weekend
Planning a visit to the Lake District or simply looking for something to do with the family this weekend?
A SHOW garden that scooped silver at a prestigious flower show will be relocated to a special educational needs school in Ulverston.
A POLITICALLY-charged punk band have been booked to headline one of Cumbria’s most popular music festivals.
Drawings of a Windermere steamer, Coniston based screenplay and centuries old grandfather clock made in Millom up for auction
DRAWINGS of a Barrow built Windermere steamer, visited by Her Majesty the Queen, a Coniston based screenplay starring Anthony Hopkins and a centuries old grandfather clock made in Millom are up for auction on Monday 7 and Tuesday 8 August on the Cumbria, Lancashire border.
HE best of agriculture from Cumbria and further afield was on show at a record-breaking 134th Cartmel Show yesterday.
A BEARDED athlete from Kendal will be attempting to break a world record for the fastest crossing of Europe by bicycle.
Whose idea was it to put a cycle lane in Wildman Street at Kendal - the narrowest main street in the town? (Gazette, July 27, 'Cycling lane sparks anger').
FOOD and drink suppliers across South Lakeland have been given a big business boost from a national retailer.