The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 48 min 13 sec ago
The last sentence of the Nostalgia article 'Oh, the weather outside is frightful' (Gazette, December 21) read: 'Christmas morn broke with the mercury 16 degrees below freezing. (The equivalent of minus 26 degrees Celsius.)'
Laid out on our kitchen table ,which measures 8ft by 3ft, are numerous dressings plus an arm brace and a hospital gown.
THE Old Hutton gas fired power station and battery storage has been refused planning commission by South Lakeland District Council's planning committee today.
THREE million pounds has been secured for the creation of a roundabout on the A590 that will pave the way for hundreds of new Furness homes.
THE final stage of a luxury £3million 'upbeat' music bar in Bowness has been completed.
A CUMBRIAN farmer is attending a national conference which aims to lead the way in encouraging conservation through farming.
RENOWNED punk poet John Cooper Clarke is among the star-studded line-up blazing a trail to Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre.
THE leader of South Lakeland District Council (SLDC) wants the authority to 'set an example' by offering all its employees the 'living wage'.
FORMER Sedbergh School boy George Biggar and his three fellow rowers are still out in front on their Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
THE M6 southbound is blocked following an incident between junctions 37 and 36.
WESTMORLAND and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron was last night awarded a trophy for winning Celebrity Mastermind.
As a young lad one of my reasons for being a vet, not a doctor, was preferring to work with animals rather than humans.
VISITORS and staff put nearly £1.1 million into parking meters at the three Morecambe Bay hospital sites in the last financial year, it has been revealed.
Two years on from Storm Desmond, the Farmer Network has organised a meeting for Cumbrian Farmers to assess action taken since the devastation.
Northern has released its revised timetables for the three days of RMT strike action on Monday 8, Wednesday 10 and Friday 12 January.
DARTS players at the Albion in Kendal completed a marathon challenge when they played for 24 hours straight to raise money for charity.
THE four finalists for the Gazette's 2019 Calendar competition have been chosen.
A newly-formed team in Kendal are taking action to slow down speeding traffic on Windermere Road and Burneside Road.
THE Ulverston Post Office, which campaigners fought to keep open, is to hold a public 'drop in' consultation over the future running of the service.
"I hope I can help to make a difference" - drama graduate to teach performance skills to vulnerable children in India
A DRAMA graduate from Settle has just set off for India with the charity Performers Without Borders to teach performance skills to vulnerable children.